Senator John McCain has published this statement on marriage on his new web site, www.johnmccain.com.
"As with most issues vital to the preservation and health of civil society, the basic responsibility for preserving and strengthening the family should reside at the level of government closest to the people. In their wisdom, the Founding Fathers reserved for the States the authority and responsibility to protect and strengthen the vital institutions of our civil society. They did so to ensure that the voices of America's families could not be ignored by an indifferent national government or suffocated through filibusters and clever legislative maneuvering in Congress."
Do you really think that the Founding Fathers ever thought the issue of gay marriage would ever arise?