Last week 47 Republicans in the House including Wisconsin’s Bryan Steil voted to codify a right for gay couples to marry.
On this Sunday today’s read is from Kylee Griswold, an assistant editor at The Federalist. Here’s an excerpt:
Since 2015, Americans, including even many of those under the conservative label, have gone along to get along — patronizing very “pride-y” establishments, celebrating the unions of their gay friends, and keeping quiet about the issue at best. The latest Gallup poll on the matter, released last month, shows support for same-sex marriage is up one point from last year to a new high of 71 percent, with weekly churchgoers being the primary remaining holdouts.
But with the reversal of Roe v. Wade and in a panic before the midterms, Democrats are rushing to enshrine a right to gay marriage into law (as if there are no other pressing issues they should focus on) — and Republicans are falling for it.
Read the entire column here.
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