Obama administration defends DOMA in court, again

The administration doesn’t have to defend these bigoted laws in court – we established that a few months ago, once and for all (here, here, and especially here) – but they continue to do so.

Considering President Obama was for gay marriage in 1996, this ongoing defense of bigotry and discrimination is unacceptable. It comes across as playing politics with people’s civil rights. And it’s wrong.


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