Massachusetts Supreme Court decision sparks debate

A former Arizona congressman, unhappy with a Massachusetts ruling, shows how it could condone anything from same-sex marriage to bestiality.

 

J.D. Hayworth makes controversial remarks concerning acts same-sex marriage could precede. (courtesy of ontopmag.com)

 

J.D. Hayworth, former congressman from Arizona, is upset about the Massachusetts Supreme Court’s latest ruling on same-sex marriage.

Hayworth pretty much sums up the entire situation in his statement to The Huffington Post:

“You see, the Massachusetts Supreme Court, when it started this move toward same-sex marriage, actually defined marriage — now get this — it defined marriage as simply, ‘the establishment of intimacy,’” Hayworth said. “Now, how dangerous is that? I mean, I don’t mean to be absurd about it, but I guess I can make the point of absurdity with an absurd point — I guess that would mean if you really had affection for your horse, I guess you could marry your horse. It’s just the wrong way to go, and the only way to protect the institution of marriage is with that federal marriage amendment that I support.”

To read more on this story and hear a clip from Hayworth, visit The Huffington Post.

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