Chris Wallace interviews Ted Olson — the conservative lawyer who represented President Bush in Bush v. Gore — on his recent victory overturning of proposition 8 in California. He quite easily destroyed Wallace's right wing talking points.
Wallace: Where is the right to same sex marriage in the constitution?Wallace simply has nowhere left to go.
Olson: Where is the right to interracial marriage in the constitution, Chris? The Supreme Court has said that marriage, the right to marry a person of your choice, is a part of liberty, privacy, association and spirituality guaranteed to each individual under the constitution. When you say "same sex marriage" you are saying... as a particular type of marriage. The supreme court has looked at marriage and said that the right to marry is a fundamental right for all citizens. So, you can call it interracial marriage and then you could prohibit it? The court has said no.