Bush said it is "important for society to welcome each individual," but administration lawyers are looking for some way to legally limit marriage to heterosexuals.
"I believe marriage is between a man and a woman, and I think we ought to codify that one way or another," Bush told reporters at a White House news conference. "And we've got lawyers looking at the best way to do that."
What do you guys think about homosexuals getting married?
One even journalistic bias is evident in The Washington Times, whose headline I saw while walking by a newspaper dispenser last week: "Homosexuals 'Marry' in Massachussetts". Is this biased or what?
I think it's none of my business what other people do or do not do. Isn't it great to live in a free country?
I agree, I guess it just sort of disturbs those Americans who are still catching up in our new generation of society, and who can't quite grasp the concept of homosexual marriage. When I first heard about it, I'll admit I was a bit surprised, but I think it has to come as society progresses and changes.