Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean delivers his formal announcement speech declaring his candidacy for the 2004 U.S. Democratic presidential nomination June 23, 2003 in Burlington, Vermont. Dean, whose outspoken opposition to the war in Iraq (news - web
Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean yesterday said that if elected he would press every state to recognize the rights of American homosexual couples who "marry" in Canada.
The former Vermont governor was the first to highlight same-sex "marriage" as a political issue when he signed a law recognizing it through civil unions in his state, giving homosexuals the same rights as other married couples beginning in 2000.
Appearing on NBC's "Meet the Press," Mr. Dean said he would not ask Congress for a law recognizing rights for homosexual couples, but would urge states to do so.
"I would insist that every state find a way to recognize the same legal rights for gay couples as they do for everybody else," Mr. Dean said. "If a couple goes to Canada and gets married, when they come back they should have exactly the same legal rights as every other American."...
Is Howard Dean seeking to change the standards of morality? It is obvious that the homosexuals are. They have an agenda to convince fuzzy thinking people that the Bible, that has the guideline for morality, has to be wrong.
If the homosexuals are correct, what would be the difference between the USA and Sodom and Gomorrah? And also, God would then have to go back and apologize to those He destroyed in those two cities. Oh, the ungodliness being propagated in our yime.