Sen. Marco Rubio wants to be president. To do that he’s got to sound reasonable.
The young Florida Republican, by golly, is starting to get some traction on the reasonableness bandwagon.
One’s sexual orientation, he said today on “Face the Nation,” is not a choice. It’s who that person is.
Good call, senator.
He stops short of endorsing gay marriage, though. He believes marriage should be a union involving a man and a woman. He says he favors “traditional” marriage.
I am heartened, though, to understand that he does not buy into the tripe being tossed around that someone states a “preference” for being intimate with someone else. I’ve long believed sexual orientation — whether it’s heterosexual or homosexual — is part of a person’s DNA.
I’m glad to see that Marco Rubio understands it, too.
Now, if we can just get him to change his mind about normalizing relations with Cuba …