While the Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding marriage exemplifies that the majority of the justices do not understand the cultural significance, biological requirements, or historical reasoning of marriage, Bobby Jindal assures everyone that he is not “evolving” on marriage:
GOP presidential candidate Bobby Jindal says he will not change his stance on marriage.
The Louisiana governor made that clear when he sat down for an interview with The Daily Signal earlier this year in Baton Rouge.
“My faith teaches me that marriage is between a man and a woman. I’m not changing,” Jindal says. “I know it’s politically fashionable to evolve. I’m not evolving and it doesn’t matter to me what the polls say…that is one of those issues that I’m not going to change on.”
Jindal has called the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing gay marriage an “all-out assault against the religious freedom rights of Christians.”
While Jindal says his state will comply with the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage, he has also stated that court clerks and state workers can’t be forced to support the ruling if they have religious objections.
Jindal says he will continue to push for a constitutional amendment that defines marriage between a man and a woman.
Original article and video can be found via The Daily Signal.