Portman says we ought to let gays marry but he wouldn t say that if his son weren t gay
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In a series of interviews and an op-ed article published in The Columbus Dispatch, Mr. Portman, at times nervously wringing his hands, said that he did not want his son Will, who is 21, treated any differently because of his sexuality. A spokesman for Speaker John A. Boehner, who is also from Ohio, said Friday that while Mr. Portman did call the senator this week to inform him that he would be making the announcement. In making the argument for same-sex marriage, Mr.
Rob Portman and His Brave, Gay Son
The news that Senator Rob Portman of Ohio has become a supporter of equal marriage rights for gays and lesbians because he himself has a gay son was a surprise. Many people, including myself, predicted that Portman would be the V. Portman, with an interview on CNN and an Op-Ed in the Columbus Dispatch , became the only sitting Republican senator to support marriage equality, as well as the highest-profile conservative currently in government to do so. That I want all of my children to have, including our son, who is gay. There is another question, though.