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Topic - Shannen Coffin
The Obama administration announced yesterday that it will not defend the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). This is the next step of President Obama's strategy to force the radical homosexual agenda on America against the will of the people and Congress.
Shannen Coffin, former deputy assistant attorney general for the Civil Division, told The Washington Times that administrations frequently defend laws they disagree with, and that it's a "cardinal principle" that a president "has an obligation" to do so unless no reasonable argument can be made in favor of the law's constitutionality.
The White House's decision on DOMA, Mr. Coffin said, is "politics dressed up as constitutional law."