It's round two for gay marriage.
"The compelling argument is on the side of homosexuals."
The Montana Democrat needed another day to decide.
Arguments start today; get familiar.
One says he's done 200 interviews.
On his Facebook page.
And her girlfriend.
Placeholders are making $50 an hour.
What other reason could there be?
That's still progressive in this case.
It's a generational thing.
"It allowed me to think of this issue from a new perspective," says Portman.
"We’re just gonna treat these folks differently because of who they are."
He'd like the Supreme Court to fix that mistake.
But avoids weighing in on a federal right to gay marriage.
The New York Times screwed up big-time.
They argue it supports "limited government and maximizing individual freedom."