You read the headline right, and yes, they mean that Glenn Beck. In a conversation with Bill O'Reilly that is sure to shock at least a few of his supporters, Beck admitted that making gay marriage political is unnecessary and in fact wrong. He stated that he believes marriage in general is a religious right, that gay marriage is not a threat to our country, and that he doesn't believe gays are out to get them.
He summed up his point of view with a brilliant quote from on of our founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. "If it neither breaks my leg nor picks my pocket, what difference is it to me?" Good for you, Glenn. Good for you. Video of the conversation is available at the source link. Read the full article.