WASHINGTON — As he entered his second term as U.S. president, Barack Obama stressed the need to modernize American values through changes such as a redefinition of marriage.
The American journey “is not complete,” Obama said on Jan. 21, until homosexual individuals have their unions “treated like anyone else under the law.”
He argued that same-sex “marriage” is necessary for equality, “for, if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well.”
In his second inaugural address, the president promoted same-sex “marriage” as a basic civil right, such as those that women and black people fought for throughout history.
Obama discussed the...READ MORE