Jon Stewart v. moderate Christian Mike Huckabee: is Gay Marriage about civil rights or redefining “marriage”?

Via on Dec 16, 2008

An intelligent, civil argument over “marriage.” Funny Huckabee doesn’t see divorce as a right we oughta takeaway…but I’ll leave the argument to the pros. Video:

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2 Responses to “Jon Stewart v. moderate Christian Mike Huckabee: is Gay Marriage about civil rights or redefining “marriage”?”

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