Christian conservative Sandy Rios last
week lamented a Supreme Court decision striking down the Defense of
Marriage Act (DOMA).
DOMA prohibited federal agencies from
recognizing the legal marriages of gay and lesbian couples. The
court found the law to be unconstitutional, handing married gay
couples for the first time equal access to federal benefits.
“It's a big win for gay activists
said in reacting to the ruling on AFA radio. “It's not a good
day for us.”
“They kept shouting DOMA's dead. I
thought that was pretty metaphorical. Marriage is dead too, for the
the future of this country,” she added.
AFA radio personality Fred Jackson
reacted by saying the ruling would bring “God's judgment” upon
us. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit
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