Looking to score political points on Obama’s support for gay marriage, Mr. “Etch-A-Sketch” Mitt Romney came out to reaffirm his opposition to marriage equality.
But in a 1994 interview with LGBT newspaper “Bay Windows,” Romney said that he would be “better than Ted (Kennedy) for gay rights” during his unsuccessful campaign to unseat the late Massachusetts Senator.
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According to a Dec. 6, 2006 Bay Window’s article that criticized him on gay rights during his tenure as Governor of Massachusetts, Romney was at one time a very liberal Republican who was all for gay marriage. When asked by the paper in 1994 on whether or not he would support equality of gays, Romney didn’t flinch.