The Democratic governor of the state of Minnesota gave a State of the State speech yesterday, and actually made a strong statement.
Let me mention one other cause, which is controversial, but consistent with my faith [I am biting my tongue, let's not quibble here --pzm] and my principles. And, more importantly, consistent with this country’s founding principles and its Constitution. I believe that every Minnesotan should have the freedom to marry legally the person she or he loves, whether of the same or other sex.
Last year, Minnesotans began a conversation about why marriage matters, and we found our common belief that it is about love, commitment, and responsibility. I want Minnesota to be a state, which affirms that freedom for one means freedom for everyone, and where no one is told it is illegal to marry the person you love.
Doesn’t that just make so much sense?