Dominic Holden on marriage equality in Connecticut:

This is sure to come up at the next presidential debate, which focuses on domestic policy. Obama and McCain will, no doubt, condemn same-sex marriage. But it’s a moot point. The wall is crumbling. With three separate states allowing itMassachusetts, California and now Connecticutand the fabric of society remaining strong, the specter of gay marriage threatening straight marriage is soundly proven to be a canard.

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