Bevin: Gay Marriage Becomes Incest

    Republican senate candidate Matt Bevin talks with a Fox reporter during their interview in Louisville, Kentucky, October 23, 2013. Bevin's in running against Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY).  After a string of setbacks and losses, the insurgent Tea Party movement is at a crossroads, between learning to live within the Republican Party or pursuing its fight against those it sees as not conservative enough.     REUTERS/John Sommers II     (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) - RTX15L78

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    File this under things gay marriage probably won't lead to. Matt Bevin, a Republican businessman hoping to challenge Mitch McConnell in a Kentucky primary, says the problem with gay marriage is that it lends itself to fluctuating definitions, so a person may want to define themselves as being married to one of their children so that they can then in fact pass on certain things to that child financially and otherwise." He told a conservative talk-radio show: "Where do you draw the line?" A Kentucky judge ruled last week that the state must recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere.

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