No “Las Vegas Of Gay Marriage”: Mitt Romney Boasts He Once Hindered Gay Marriage Through A Legal Maneuver

This is at the Daily Beast today:

[Mitt] Romney bragged in a speech last winter about how, after the Massachusetts State Supreme Court legalized gay marriage there in 2003, he invoked an early 20th century law intended to prevent out-of-state couples from tying the knot in the Bay State.

“We successfully prevented Massachusetts from becoming the Las Vegas of gay marriage,” Romney said to raucous applause.

And, when Mitt Romney was in prep school, aged 18, he gay-bashed a classmate, forcibly pinning him down and cutting off his girlish-long hair. Romney didn’t like the gay person’s nonconformity, so he took it upon himself to force conformity.

Romney’s recent “no-Vegas” boast and prep school gay-bashing raise a disturbing question: Why has he, at least since the age of 18, been so hell-bent on mocking, disrupting, hindering, and constraining the lives and civil liberties of gay human beings?

What’s his problem?

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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