The National Organization for Marriage said Monday that a vote to confirm U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan, President Barack Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, "will be a vote for imposing gay marriage on all 50 states." Focus on the Family Action's Tom Minnery added, "Even with her sparse legal record, one thing stands out -- her emotional and legal commitment to the LGBT agenda." Two other groups who contend an open lesbian should not be allowed to sit on the high court demand to know if Kagan herself is gay. Blogger Andrew Sullivan argues that the question of Kagan's sexuality should be asked openly and receive a frank response.
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