Why the OU is opposed to same-sex marriage

This quote from the OU is priceless!

“In addition to our religious values — which we do not seek to impose on anyone — we fear legal recognition of same-sex ‘marriage’ poses a grave threat to the fundamental civil right of religious freedom.

“Forcing a choice between faith and the law benefits no one,” it added, concluding that the OU looked forward to the appeals process.

I understand the opposition to gay marriage completely, but to say that you oppose it for religious reasons and try to say that you don’t wish to impose your religion on anyone seems pretty hypocritical to me.

hat tip – Jewschool

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