By Robert P. George, et al
Earlier today, emeritus board member Robert P. George published a co-authored piece at The Corner, the National Review‘s blog. In it George comments on the implications of the President’s announcement supporting marriage for same-sex couple and full recognition of their union under the law.
Here is an excerpt:
“Marriage as the union of two people who commit to romantic partnership and domestic life: essentially an emotional union, merely enhanced by whatever sexual activity partners find agreeable. Such committed romantic unions are seen as valuable while emotion lasts. The state recognizes them because it has an interest in their stability, and in the needs of spouses and any children they choose to rear. Call this the revisionist view of marriage.”
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