I forgot to post this gem - Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council delivers his response to the California Supreme Court ruling on marriage to Stephen Colbert. Ah, Tony's a real masochist -- who knew? PageOneQ:
"I've read the constitution forwards and backwards," Colbert continued, "and I see nothing in there that protects gays.
"Why," he asks Perkins, "do these judges keep seeing gay things in the Constitution?"
"They're afforded the same rights and privileges as you and I are," Perkins responded. "They don't have a right to marry just as you and I don't have the right to marry anybody we want to. We don't have a right to marry our first cousin..."
"No, no, no," Colbert countered. "I'm from South Carolina."
"There is a reason," Perkins continued, "that in public policy, that we work to strengthen and uphold the institution of marriage, because that is...really the building block for society."
"Do you keep Kosher?" Colbert asks. "I think it would really be better for the anti-gay-marriage side if they obeyed everything in the Bible, not just the anti-gay-marriage part. Don't you?"