With the President’s announcement yesterday supporting an amendment banning gay marriage (for my opinion, read this one more time with feeling), he’s opened a huge rift in the GOP. We now have a President siding with the ultra-right Christian Fundamentalists in the party and has just thrown mud in the eye of the small government conservatives.
I don’t think this does anything to the Democrats. It only adds fuel to an already raging fire. For the GOP, it’s going to cause all kinds of soul searching, all kinds of turmoil. Even in the first 24 hours, some of the Presidents staunchest supporters, Andrew Sullivan and even Tom DeLay have either revolted completely or are backing off of the President’s position.
At this point, does someone inside the GOP step in to run against Bush? John McCain? Anyone?
So does that make me an “ultra-right Christian fundamentalist” then? What about all the other people – the majority, mind – who believe that gay marriages shouldn’t be legalized? Yup, we’re all ultra-right.
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