From the article you cited:
Originally Posted by washingtonamerica.com
Earlier this year, Trump delighted the "birthers," a neoconservative collection of conspiracy theorists, when he flirted with a presidential run and made repeated, high-profile suggestions that Obama was unlawfully holding office because he wasn't born stateside.
Trump seized upon the birther movement despite the fact that most Americans regard the unfounded allegations with a collective eye roll. The brash businessman said he was proud of himself when a visibly annoyed Obama announced he'd released his Hawaiian long-form birth certificate in order to put the boots to an issue he called "silliness."
On that front, anyway, Perry agreed with Obama in the Parade interview.
"It doesn't matter," he said. "He's the president of the United States. He's elected. It's a distractive issue."
I can see you disagree with Perry too. We can just add it to the list of Americans such as John McCain whose opinion you consider far less valuable than Dentist/Lawyer/Real Estate agent Orly Taitz.
The problem with marriage is that we heterosexuals are not honoring marriage sufficiently- not with homosexuals wanting to get married.
Every child a homosexual couples has is a desired child.