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This has been the case despite the nuances of his record over the past 50 years, his centrist politics in a party that is moving to the left and his age. Republicans, like Democrats, believe that gay marriage should be a state issue.
The Democratic view on gay marriage is that all couples should be treated equally under the law. This training in obedience is not only an essential responsibility of the family, but it also is designed to be an outgrowth of the marriage. They were designed by God for one another. Ultimately, 30 more states adopted constitutional amendments prohibiting gay marriage.
Five years after the Supreme Court had its say on the issue, same-sex marriage remains a politically contentious issue, and LGBTQ advocates continue to battle in courtrooms and statehouses to ensure gay couples can exercise their right to marry.
This debate about same-sex marriage is the latest outgrowth of a culture that for decades has been drifting from biblical standards of truth and morality. However, the tides are shifting, and many foresee a Republican platform that, if not supports gay marriage, at least does not oppose it.
Sign up for On Politics to get the latest election and politics news and insights. Please enter a valid email address. A second purpose for marriage is to produce children. The up-and-coming voters put a good deal of weight on the issue, making it a topic that could make or break elections in the coming years.
This prompted lawmakers to explicitly outlaw same-sex marriage. Can our nation survive the social re-engineering of its most basic unit, marriage?
And it has largely receded from electoral politics too. For 40 years, police hunted the Golden State Killer. But, in an interview, Morgan grows more personal. Sixty-eight percent of Democrats supported impeachment, compared to 24 percent who did not.