Whether you still hate Brad Pitt for breaking Jennifer Aniston's heart, or whether you fantasize about making sweet love to him every night, you've gotta admire the actor for speaking his mind. In the latest issue of Parade , the topic is gay marriage - and Pitt is the anti- Carrie Prejean. He sincerely cannot comprehend why any human being would deny another human being the right to marry the person they love. On gay marriage opponents : "They say gay marriage ruins families and hurts kids.
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No Judaism. Certainly no Mormons. The man adopts the persona of whatever woman he is with at the time. Ad hominem much? Way to look a gift horse in the mouth.
Brad Pitt may support gay marriage, but his mother Jane Pitt does not. In a letter printed in The Springfield News-Leader on Tuesday, Brad's mother supported Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his conservative views on homosexuality. Jane was responding to a previously published letter by a reader who urged voters to shut out Romney's presidential bid because of his Mormon beliefs.
On the other side, portraying a noted anti-gay-marriage advocate, you had Jane Lynch at her scenery-chewing best; think Sue Sylvester with a very specific reason for hating musicals. Then there was John C. Well, no. Even a straight reading of the transcripts Black leaned upon -- sans star power or character-actor villainy -- would hardly lend itself toward even-handedness, given the difficulty the state's lawyers had in making a purely secular case against same-sex nuptials. The polemical nature of the piece was, arguably, right there in the records.