'He vetoed the gay marriage bill in New Jersey,' Rep. Steve King told the crowd at the Iowa Freedom Summit. 'He is pro-life.'
An evangelical necromancer and the American Family Association were among the governor's antigay bedfellows at the event.
The two possible presidential nominees would both be lousy leaders when it comes to LGBT equality. But which would be worse?
Apparently being bisexual means you're also polyamorous.
When Hillary Clinton says that marriage decisions should be 'left to the states,' she's aligning herself with antigay Republicans.
The man widely considered to be a front-runner in the GOP race for the White House in 2016 still doesn't support same-sex marriage, but he says he will respect laws that embrace it.
A failure to elevate LGBT issues could mean no agenda for 2016 and beyond.
The former Arkansas governor would be one of the most fiercely antigay candidates in the Republican field.
As the 2016 race heats up, voters will want to know where the Republican Party stands on marriage.
It's tough out there for a nerd.