In response to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence explaining about Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) "that then-President Bill Clinton signed a version of it into law in the early 1990s and then-State Sen. Barack Obama voted for a version of it in the Illinois legislature," White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said, “If you have to go back two decades to try to justify something you are doing today, it may raise some questions about the wisdom of what you’re doing.”
Really? Well, it's a good thing for Josh Earnest that he added the word "may" there because it very well may not, as in this case. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which amendment guarantees the free exercise of religion while the Constitution is completely silent on homosexuality, was adopted on December 15, 1791. There. I just went back to 1791 to not just try to justify but to actually legally justify, under the assumption that Josh Earnest believes that the First Amendment to the United States Constitution applies here.
What the vast majority of homosexualists have been trying to do to the United States is to force the right to freely exercise one's religion not to be involved in the celebration of a homosexual "marriage" in anyway (including commercially) to be completely trumped by the supposed Constitutional right, for one, of males to sodomize each other.
Truth be told, Lawrence v. Texas was decided incorrectly. The state had a compelling reason not to allow males to sodomize each other, which, also for one among many, the current situation in the US, where religious liberty is being severely eroded due to the move to homosexualize the nation, clearly proves: part of the slippery slope!
What part of Bill Clinton's speech does Josh Earnest claim is wrong just with the passing of two decades? See Clinton's speech: Remember When Democrats Supported Religious Freedom? Good Question.