After the Republican governor of New Mexico, Susana Martinez, came out in support of Gov. Christie's veto of a gay marriage bill last week, Martinez's gay hairstylist called her up.
"I said, 'You should be ashamed with yourself,'" Antonio Darden told the Huffington Post. "I just couldn't believe she said it."
Darden refused to cut her hair again. "I said 'no.'..If we are good enough to do a service for you, we should be good enough for equality," Darden said.
Christie offered a new defense of his veto the other day on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and ended up in a screaming match with gay Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart. The exchange was pretty entertaining -- but also interesting. Christie said his position is the same as President Obama's on the issue. Both support civil unions, and neither support gay marriage (although Obama says his position is "evolving").