Ed Team

What You Can't Reasonably Question

Filed By Ed Team | May 12, 2012 1:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: gay marriage, Glenn Greenwald, Guardian, marriage equality, political football, President Obama, same-sex marriage

"One can question Obama's sincerity; some believe his reliance on gay donors and need for greater enthusiasm among his core voters was his motive. One can quibble with his rationale; some have criticized him for suggesting that states have the right to ban same-sex marriage if they wish. But one cannot reasonably question the importance of his act."

-- Glenn Greenwald writing for the Guardian about President Obama's decision to come out in favor of marriage equality

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