It’s a funny thing about this new wedge issue that’s dominating the headlines. It is called a cultural wedge issue. But it is really more of a political and legal wedge issue. After all, what the leading candidates disagree on is the idea of altering the Constitution, the role of state’s rights and the political strategies being employed. We’re not hearing any of them coming out in favor of gay marriage or strongly opposing civil unions.
. . . Wednesday February 25, 2004