Social media buzz: Gay marriage opposition, and McConnell blasts ObamaCare

Hot topics this week: People against gay marriage don't necessarily oppose gays, and Mitch McConnell sounds off on Obamacare once again.


  1. Against gays marrying, but not against gays

  2. Gay marriage advocates storm the steps of the Supreme Court hoping to overpower demonstrators from the opposition.

    Source: USA TODAY
  3. Editor at-large of the National Review, Jonah Goldberg says opposing gay marriage, does not mean "animus toward gays."
    Read here:
  4. Here's what people had to say on Facebook and Twitter to USA TODAY:
  5. Marriage is a century old honored tradition, under attack by those who would dilute it with with perversion and irreverence.
  6. Still living in the bronze age? I bet you complain about Islam living in the same way.
  7. When all the people dismissing the Bible are on their deathbeds, I wonder who they'll call on?
  8. Graphic compiled by USA TODAY Opinion outlining the reasons people oppose gay marriage:
  9. Yeah, all the founding fathers who wrote the Constitution were thinking of homosexual marriage when they wrote it. LOL!
  10. No. Reverence for marriage implies religion. This is not a religious issue. It's civil rights.
  11. Fantastic, well-thought article. I'm impressed.
  12. As far as God is concerned, the Bible is an official document. The word "Testament" means "Covenant", and a written covenant is official. The New Testament is God's official covenant with all who have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
  13. Demonstrators for and against gay marriage express their opinions on the steps of SCOTUS:
  14. Scenes outside SCOTUS's same-sex marriage arguments
  15. Conversations on gay marriage outside of USA TODAY:
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