The Rethuglicans are finally starting to get blowback for the years of bigoted social warfare. On Top Mag has the story:
During the question-and-answer period that followed Cantor’s 30-minute speech, the Republican was asked: “How do you reconcile your position with states rights and the Constitution and with your support of the Defense of Marriage Act.”
“I’ve always been very straightforward about this. I just believe in traditional marriage between a man and woman,” Cantor said as boos are heard from members of the audience.
One student is heard saying, “I’m gay and you’re not for my family.”
“Well, I would again say that we all no matter what we are, who we are, what the background of his country should allow for equal opportunity to earn the success we’re after.”
“Answer the question,” a student says before Cantor moves on.