"I don't know why someone else's marriage has anything to do with me. I'm completely comfortable with gay marriage."Well John, if you got over discrimination practices, then you can get over your hangup with gay marriage. The 1950's are over.
She made the remark almost offhandedly in answering a question from reporters after she delivered a standard campaign stump speech during a breakfast hosted by the Alice B. Toklas Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Democratic Club, an influential San Francisco political organization. California's presidential primary is Feb. 5, one of the earliest contests in the nation.
She conceded her support puts her at odds with her husband, a former senator from North Carolina who she said supports civil unions among gay couples but not same-sex marriages.
"John has been pretty clear about it, that he is very conflicted," she said. "He has a deeply held belief against any form of discrimination, but that's up against his being raised in the 1950s in a rural southern town."
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Monday, June 25
I Love A Parade
Elizabeth Edwards went to the gay pride parade in SF yesterday. When interviewed about gay marriage, she spoke the truth.