Gay issues add twist to election

President Bush used his Saturday radio address to urge support for the amendment. He called marriage between a man and a woman “the basis of an orderly society” and urged lawmakers to protect it from “activist judges” by enshrining it in “the only law a court cannot overturn.” Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry and his running mate, Sen. John Edwards, say they will oppose the amendment if they are in town when the Senate votes.

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