A burgeoning star of the Republican party has issued preemptive bigotry against a hypothetical openly gay president, possibly in light of the GLBT community's victory in Houston's mayoral race.
"It would be bothersome to me just personally because I consider it immoral," DeMint said in a fairly provocative interview.
The South Carolina Republican, who has become the face of the Republican purity movement, expressed other socially conservative stances during his interview, including his staunch opposition to state-permitted gay marriage.
"Marriage is a religious institution. The federal government has no business redefining what it is," he said. "Governments should not be in the business of promoting...FULL STORY