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09 July 2013 @ 09:32 am
Orson Scott Card has apparently stepped back from his original offer to help overthrow the government if same-sex marriage was approved. (If he belonged to another traditionally polygamous religion, he'd still be in Guantanamo.) He now considers it a fait accompli and asks the other side for "tolerance." I can reassure him that I for one will not be mean-spirited in victory and will continue to refrain from forcing him (or anyone else) to have a same-sex marriage.
don_fitch on July 9th, 2013 11:28 pm (UTC)
I am both surprised and pleased that he accepts the Constitutional "full faith and credence" aspect. (Which was not, IIUC, applied back in the days when mixed-race marriages were prohibited in some states. I can only hope that the Supreme Court wil be that enlightened.