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A.G. attacks marriage

Posted: October 30, 2009 6:33 p.m.
Updated: November 1, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Last week, Attorney General Eric Holder made a strategic stop at the University of Maine, where he told the audience that the Defense of Marriage Act - which is under attack in the very state he visited - "is discriminatory and should be repealed." America's highest-ranking law enforcer made a stopover in Maine to campaign for same-sex "marriage" on the eve of a vote to outlaw it.

Talk about a conflict of interest. The definition of marriage, which the Justice Department has sworn to defend, has been threatened and his response is an active appeal to abandon DOMA altogether. This administration arrogantly ignores the inappropriateness of such action and pursues self-serving political activity at will.

Its leaders blissfully plot to overturn the will of the majority of their constituents, who still support traditional marriage and the Defense of Marriage Act, which passed Congress by 84 percent and was signed into law by former President Bill Clinton.


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