Thursday, October 22, 2009

Senator Vitter Won't Condemn Justice's Refusal to Marry Interracial Couple

U.S. Senator from Louisiana David Vitter's depends on the conservative, white male vote, so he's reluctant to take controversial, pro-civil rights positions that might alienate his base. That's the reason Vitter, unlike his fellow-Republican Governor Bobby Jindal, won't condemn a Louisiana justice of the peace who won't perform interracial marriages. Nice.

Read it here, and watch Vitter evade an interviewer with the old closing elevator door trick, here:
Crooks and Liars Video Cafe: David Vitter Won't Comment on Justice's Refusal to Marry Interracial Couple

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