Rubio: No constitutional right to 'gay' marriage GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio believes there is no constitutional right to same-sex marriage. “It doesn’t exist,” he told David Brody of “The Brody File” in Des Moines Iowa this weekend. “There is no federal constitutional right to same-sex marriage. There isn’t such a right. You have to have a ridiculous, absurd reading of the U.S. constitution to reach the conclusion that people have a right to marry someone of the same sex. There is no such constitutional right. Can a state decide to change their laws? Yes, but only through the political process.” Rubio has said he doesn’t believe homosexuality is a choice for most. “I don’t believe that your sexual preferences are a choice for a vast and enormous majority of the people,” he said during a “Face the Nation” interview with Bob Schieffer. “The bottom line is I believe that sexual preference is something people are born with.” But Rubio has never endorsed homosexual marriage. Politico reported, “In a speech on family values at the Catholic University of America in Washington, Rubio lamented the backlash that companies like Chick-fil-A and Mozilla often face when their executives express public support for keeping marriage between a man and woman. He said that supporting that definition doesn’t make someone ‘anti-gay’ but rather ‘pro-traditional marriage.’” MORE