Romney Tells Gay Vietnam Veteran he is not entitled to same Constitutional rights…

At a breakfast campaign stop in  New Hampshire Romney had an encounter he was not expecting and i am sure probably ripped his people for after.

Vietnam veteran Bob Garon of Ebson, N.H., asked Romney  whether he supports the repeal of the New Hampshire same-sex marriage law.

Romney told Garon, that he supports a repeal of the same-sex marriage law, prompting an embarrassing bitch slap.

“I believe a marriage is between a man and a woman,” Romney said.

Garon responded, clarifying that what that meant was that if Romney is elected he would not support any legislation that would change the law so that gay servicemen would get the same benefits as heterosexual couples.

“I believe marriage is a relationship between a man and a woman,” Romney said. “We apparently disagree on that.”

“It’s good to know how you feel, that you do not believe everyone is entitled to their constitutional rights,” the 63-year-old New Hampshire resident responded.

“No, actually I think at the time the Constitution was written it was pretty clear marriage was between a man and a woman,” Romney said, just as one of his campaign aides chimed in that they had “to get going” to another Fox interview.

Of course the pussies did.

“Oh, I guess the question was too hot,” Garon quipped to Romney and his aide.

“No, I gave you the answer, you said you had a yes or no answer and I gave you the answer,” Romney said, turning back to face Garon.

“You did and I appreciate your answer. And I learned something, New Hampshire is right, you have to look a man in the eye to get a good answer and you know what governor?” Garon said, pausing. “Good luck. You’re going to need it.”

Romney laughed and agreed with Garon that he’d need the luck, shaking his hand before leaving.

Asked by reporters after Romney left why he feels so strongly about the issue, Garon grew even more passionate.

“Because I’m gay, all right?” he said. “And I happen to love a man just like you probably love your wife.”

Garon was sitting in a booth with his husband, whom he said he married in June.

“I went and fought for my country and I think my spouse should be entitled to the same [benefits as they would] if I were married to a woman,” he said. “What the hell is the difference?”

I mean really, how can you really look someone in the face and tell them they are not entitled to the same benefits or protections as everyone else. Especially when they have fought for this country and you are nothing but a little rich bitch boy who never laid an hand on a gun accept at maybe a NRA campaign stop. 

And even if Garon had not served in the Military, how can you tell some one they are not equal to you? But when you are a smug Mor-on gay hating douche, it comes very easily…

ps. this video was shot back in Dec. but it needs to go viral again now…The DNC should have used this…

h/t wehoconfidential



via Gay Veteran Steals the Show at Romney Endorsement Event – ABC News.

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