Amidst all the weeping and gnashing of teeth on both sides of the homomarriage issue there arose a defense of Carrie Prejean (who needs none) that her position is exactly the same as the opinion one Barack Hussein Obama holds, namely that we don't need no symmetry in marriage.
And if you heard the clip of Obama at that religious guy's forum or debate or whatever you call it, Obama did absolutely say that he felt marriage should be between a man and a woman. So there are at least two problems:
1) How did we ever reach the point where marriage and same sex could appear in the same sentence together, and…
2) Since there is no material difference between Carrie Prejean's answer to that disgusting creep and the disgusting creep of a candidate's answer to Richard Dawson at his Family Feud retreat, and since Prejean has said that she was concerned she'd get such a question, why hadn't she prepared the following answer:
"For me, I share the same opinion as that of our President, Barack Obama, in that I believe marriage should be between a man and a woman."
Case closed. Any furor thereafter would have to be directed at the Hypocrite-in-Chief at least as much as little Carrie Prejean.
Which raises the bigger question: why can't conservatives ever get anything right?