As President Bush used the weekend to promote a constitutional amendment to define marriage as monogamous and heterosexual, the Other Party responded with its characteristic ability to stay clearly on message. That is, everyone said the same thing.
The key turn of phrase: This amendment would write discrimination into the Constitution.
Note the implication: defining marriage as between a man and a woman, as it has been done by all the major monotheistic religions for centuries (sorry, Joseph Smith, but your religion doesn't qualify, at least until just prior to Utah's statehood) is inherently discriminatory.
This apparently is how the Democrats intend to win back the family-values voter.
We urge all social conservatives among our gentle readers (if we haven't made you so mad that you've quit reading) to remember this come November and decide whether you can hold your nose long enough to vote for the party that doesn't think time-honored, foundational human relationships are inherently evil.