Washington DC, June 27 (ANI): The world might be celebrating the joy of equality after the Supreme Court’s historic gay marriage decision but columnist and Pulitzer prize winner, Charles Krauthammer thinks that this was a huge loss to a democracy.
Comparing the decision to the invention of the right to abortion on the ‘Special Report with Bret Baier,’ the 65-year-old Fox News contributor said that the idea of LGBT marriage has been hidden in the Constitution for over a hundred years but wasn’t recognized before, so it can be said that it has been removed from the democratic arena.
He pointed out that once before ascending the court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg had said that the abortion verdict had prevented a stable social settlement of the abortion issue, that headed in the reform direction as it was out of the political arena.
That similar thing happened in regards with gay marriage in the court, said Krauthammer. (ANI)