The video is a shorter version of this script:
The most common assumption today is that if someone doesn’t agree with changing the definition of marriage to include gay couples, it’s because they’re ignorant and hate gay people. That’s wrong. So assuming that someone who disagrees with you must be evil and stupid does not help make the world a better place. It’s divisive and cruel. It’s also an ad hominem attack and a straw man argument that should be beneath all of us. I’m not going to make the case for traditional marriage here. There’s something basic that needs to be done first.
I want to make five main points today:
First: Society doesn’t work well when we misrepresent people we disagree with. We have to give each other the benefit of the doubt.