“Why would I choose to be scorned, ridiculed and vilified?”
More thoughts to come on this.
Mike Huckabee is entitled to believe what he believes about homosexuality.
I just happen to think he’s mistaken when he compares a person’s sexual orientation to drinking alcohol or cursing in public.
That’s his latest take on an issue that is likely to be a key driver in the upcoming 2016 Republican presidential nomination campaign.
Huckabee is a former Baptist preacher and a one-time Arkansas governor. He told CNN’s “State of the Union” that while he opposes gay marriage he wants to be tolerant of those who choose to marry someone of the same gender. As the New York Post reported: “I accept a lot of people as friends maybe whose lifestyle I don’t necessarily adhere to, agree with or practice. Doesn’t mean that I can’t have a good relationship with anyone or lead them or govern them.”
“We’re so sensitive to make sure we don’t offend certain religions, but…
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