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Palin supports federal marriage amendment, says her faith has been mocked

Sarah Palin expressed support for a Constitutional amendment to define marriage as between a man and a woman, the opposite of the stance her running mate takes.

Palin told David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network that she would like an amendment similar to one she voted for in Alaska. "I wish on a federal level that that's where we would go because I don't support gay marriage," she said. Back in 2004, John McCain called the amendment unnecessary and un-Republican.

Brody posted a series of interviews with Palin, and gay marriage is the main policy stance she discusses. The most interesting answers are about her faith, but she doesn't go very specifically into how it affects her policies.

Brody asks Palin about the shots taken at her because of her faith and she responded by saying:

Yeah, and I think the saddest part of that is that faith, not just my faith, faith and God in general has been mocked through this campaign, and that breaks my heart, and that is unfair for others who ...
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