May 22 (UPI) -- Donald Rumsfeld talked about his good civil rights record with Larry King on ORA TV on Monday but did not include same-sex marriage as one of those civil rights.
Rumsfeld, 80, is the former secretary of defense. Rumsfeld opposes gay marriage -- he said that letting gay adults marry might lead to polygamy. "You know, I listen to some of the Supreme Court justices and think, 'What's next? Is it two people?...'" Rumsfeld said in the interview.
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