Mike Huckabee Asserts His Strong Position & Record On Marriage And Life Amendments: “The marriage and life amendments are critical issues for those of us who have been on the front lines of these cultural battles. I've always supported the passage of a constitutional amendment to protect the right to life. As President, I will fight for passage of a human life amendment.
Rick Santorum: “Running for president means running for president of all of the United States, unifying them behind great moral causes, taking sides, and then speaking to what a President or the federal government can do to ensure our national morality. Marriage simply cannot be fifty different things, and the states do not have the right to choose what marriage will be. Marriage is one thing; one very important thing-the basis of all family law and morality - one man and one woman.”
President Bill Clinton: "I have long opposed governmental recognition of same-gender marriages, and this legislation is consistent with that position. The act confirms the right of each State to determine its own policy with respect to same-gender marriage and clarifies for purposes of Federal law the operative meaning of the terms "marriage" and "spouse."
Lindsey Graham: “As president, I would staunchly defend religious liberty in this nation and would devote the necessary federal resources to the protection of all Americans from any effort to hinder the free and full exercise of their rights. While we have differences, it is time for us to move forward together respectfully and as one people.”
President GW Bush: "Marriage is a sacred institution, and its protection is essential to the continued strength of our society...Marriage is a union between a man and a woman...working to make sure that the Federal Government does not penalize marriage...We must support the institution of marriage..."
“If we fail as believers to approach the heartbeat of our social issues with a truly biblical approach, then we will fall prey to believing that skin color is a culture, sexual preference is a culture, religion is a culture, etc. Therefore, if we do not accept someone’s culture, we are being intolerant and even racist or bigoted. May we see each other as our Lord and Saviour sees us — saved or unsaved.”