Marco Rubio tells Christianity Today that he believes marriage is between a man and a woman, but that it's far from the driving force behind his agenda.
RUBIO: It's not a discriminatory thing. I'm not angry at anyone because of it, but I also have to be honest about what I believe marriage should be in our laws.
CT: Republican leaders seem to be shying away from the issue. Is that a strategic move, or should they address gay marriage more directly?
RUBIO: In the short term, the number-one issue threatening our country is the economy. We have to remain focused on the primary issue before us, the fact that millions of Americans have been out of work and that's what they look for their next President to help lead the way out of. That said, culture always matters. You can't have a strong economy or a strong country without strong people.
So Rubio isn't exactly embracing Mitch Daniels' famed truce on social issues, but he isn't exactly Rick Santorum on it, either, and seems willing to prioritize.