A conversation with Rick Santorum

Me: Hello, sir. I'd like to ask a fundamental question about your beliefs. Rick: Uh, sure. Me: I'm gay, and I'd like to get married someday. Can you tell me why you don't think that should happen? Rick: Well, first I'd like to say that I don't discriminate against gay people. I believe they should be treated equally under the law. What I don't believe is that people should be able to change the definition of marriage, a sacred institution that has stood for thousands of years. Me: But why shouldn't we change the definition? We changed the definition in 1967, when we said that a marriage between people of different races was okay. Rick: That wasn't changing the...
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