"I don’t understand why we have to change the form. I’m worried there’s another agenda involved here other than just allowing same-sex couples to be married. We know what a bride is, we know what a groom is—but if we choose to be a 'spouse,' does that even limit (marriage) to a human being? Do you know what I’m saying?" - Rose Marie Belforti, town clerk for Ledyard, New York, speaking with Focus On The Family. Belforti is one of the three New York town clerks who have refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
(Via - Good As You)