History won't be kind to marriage equality foes

01/4/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Director Steven Spielberg gave pseudonyms to some lawmakers depicted in his film "Lincoln" who voted against abolishing slavery, and similar treatment may be necessary in the future for those who vote to block legal marriage for same-sex couples, Eric Zorn writes. "The judgment of time is harsh. And those who stand in front of the steamroller of fairness fluttering their hands and shrieking 'Stop!' will be ignominiously crushed, reduced to ugly caricature and, if fortune is on their side, given false names to preserve the honor of their descendants," writes Zorn.

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