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02/14/2011

NYT: Roses are red, DOMA is shitty

by Jeremy Hooper

On this V-Day, The NYT's editorial board send a love letter to equality and a principled push to the Obama administration:

Screen Shot 2011-02-14 At 10.19.44 AmThe 1996 Defense of Marriage Act is indefensible — officially sanctioned discrimination against one group of Americans imposed during an election year. President Obama seems to know that, or at least he has called on Congress to repeal it. So why do his government’s lawyers continue to defend the act in court?

KEEP READING: In Defense of Marriage, for All [New York Times]

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