Marco Rubio: Being Gay Is NOT A Choice. But Gays Still Shouldn’t Get Married – VIDEO



On CBS’s Face the Nation Sunday, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio stated that while he does not support same-sex marriage, he also doesn’t believe sexual orientation is a “choice.”

Said Rubio:

“I don’t believe same-sex marriage is a constitutional right. I also don’t believe that your sexual preferences are a choice for the vast enormous majority of people. The bottom line is I believe that sexual preference is something that people are born with.”

Watch Rubio’s answer on this and a question on climate change below.


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1 thought on “Marco Rubio: Being Gay Is NOT A Choice. But Gays Still Shouldn’t Get Married – VIDEO

  1. Man, I don’t think he is even ready to be V.P. In fact he shouldn’t even be a senator. He was like an earnest little boy trying to act grown up. He will be smeared in the debates.

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