Most presidential candidates would have brushed aside the young
woman's challenge, perhaps mumbling something polite about agreeing to
Not Rick Santorum, on that January afternoon in a hotel ballroom full
of college students in Concord, N.H. He was going to convince her (and
the entire room) that, no, the inherent right to happiness does not mean
society should permit two gay men to marry.
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