He voted against “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” repeal and has attacked Obama on DOMA, but the Illinois Republican acknowledges that America is changing. He said he hasn't “thought too much” about the marriage amendment, though.
Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock talks to conventioneers — and lots of journalists — at “Newt U” in Tampa at the Republican National Convention on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012.Chris Geidner/BuzzFeed
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Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) was questioned by radio host Michelangelo Signorile last week about persisting rumors that he's gay and what his anti-gay votes might mean in that context, Signorile reports at HuffPost:
Asked on the floor of the RNC in an interview for my SiriusXM OutQ radio program to respond to those who’ve believed that Schock is gay and also view his vote against “don’t ask, don’t tell” repeal as a vote against members of his own group, Schock responded, “Those questions are...Read Full Story
Buzzfeed's Chris Geidner caught up with Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL, pictured above, right, in June, 2010) at "Newt U" in Tampa at the Republican National Convention on Monday, and questioned him about LGBT marriage issues.
Schock seemed uninformed about measures in the Land of Lincoln:
Asked about ongoing lawsuits brought in Illinois by the American Civil Liberties Union and Lambda Legal seeking marriage equality in his state, Schock replied he was unaware of their existence, saying, “That’s all...Read Full Story
MSNBC's Thomas Roberts spoke with Illinois State Senator Heather Steans today about the marriage equality bill in Illinois and plans to vote on it on Valentine's Day. He also asks her if she's concerned at all about Rep. Aaron Schock, who opposes same-sex marriage and has expressed an interest in running for governor.
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The turquoise-belted Congressman from Illinois, Aaron Schock, was asked by reporters why he doesn't support marriage equality. Schock was speechless at first, before stuttering out a bunch of gobble-dy-gook.
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