"When I signed the bill, I included a statement with the admonition that .enactment of this legislation should not, despite the fierce and at times divisive rhetoric surrounding it, be understood to provide an excuse for discrimination.' Reading those words today, I know now that, even worse than providing an excuse for discrimination, the law is itself discriminatory. It should be overturned."
--Former President Bill Clinton, finally calling for the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, which he signed into law, to be repealed. Of course he knew that DOMA (and Don't Ask/Don't Tell, which was another legacy of his Presidency) was discriminatory, but I'm glad to see him fully join the cause of equality. Read his entire Washington Post editorial here.