Wash. Times: DOJ's DOMA Decision Part Of Obama's "Strategy To Force The Radical Homosexual Agenda On America"

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In a February 23 editorial, The Washington Times wrote that the Department of Justice's decision to no longer defend Section Three of the Defense of Marriage Act "is the next step of President Obama's strategy to force the radical homosexual agenda on America against the will of the people and Congress."

From the Times' editorial, titled, "President abandons marriage":

The Obama administration announced yesterday that it will not defend the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). This is the next step of President Obama's strategy to force the radical homosexual agenda on America against the will of the people and Congress.

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The Republican-led House of Representatives has an opportunity - and an obligation -to provide legal defense for this law Mr. Obama has abandoned. In a country based on the rule of law, government can't be allowed to ignore the law.

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