This Fourth Grader Can Argue For Gay Marriage Better Than Most Politicians

Sometimes when I hear politicians talk, I wonder how they passed fourth grade biology. Whether it's Todd Akin going off about imaginary lady barriers that have the power to block fertilization or Justice Scalia confusing homosexuality with bestiality, it seems politicians these days could really some lessons from elementary school to re-learn the basics.

Maybe they could take a lesson from the boy who wrote the letter below? Check out how flawlessly he makes the case for gay marriage. 


If this letter could land in all of our politicians' mailboxes, I bet the world would become a much better place.

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Elizabeth Plank

Elizabeth is a Senior Correspondent at Mic and the host of Flip the Script.

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