Would Sen. Rob Portman Support Stealing if His Son was a Thief?


Rob Portman an Ohio Senator is the first Republican in the Senate to support homosexual marriage. In 1996, Portman voted for the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which prohibits federal recognition of same-sex marriage. Three years later he voted to bar homosexual couples in Washington, D.C., from adopting.

Why did he suddenly change his position? Because one of Rob Portman’s sons said that he was a homosexual. His son told him that he’s always “felt” this way. Keep in mind that everybody feels certain ways about lots of things, but their better moral sense stops them from acting on them.

Like clockwork, the media jumped on the story. A hard push is being made to get the Supreme Court to overturn DOMA. President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton are calling for its repeal.

MSNBC host Richard Lui asked Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah the following question:

“And if one of your children were to be gay, you would not change your perspective is what you’re saying?”

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