The latest push for a federal marriage amendment is being met with increasing skepticism on the right.
I cannot escape the sense that the President and the Senate are pandering on this issue. The base is upset — albeit over other, larger issues — but this is, as the critics say, good old “red meat.” The federal marriage amendment may be fine legislation, but ignoring the big stuff for a small, politically easy bone is not impressive.
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