Republican presidential candidate Ted CruzTed CruzSanders steps up his attacks in homestretch 5 takeaways from the rush for campaign cash Carson: 'I would not want to be on the ticket or in the Cabinet’ MORE is accusing rivals Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump defends his donations to veterans Sanders blasts Clinton at Calif. rally for rejecting debate Michelle Fields warns Clinton camp: 'Don’t treat Trump as serious candidate’ MORE and Marco RubioMarco RubioNorth Korean official calls Trump idea of meeting 'nonsense' Senate candidate taunts Sanders: Why don't you endorse Alan Grayson? Carson: 'I would not want to be on the ticket or in the Cabinet’ MORE of being on the same wavelength as President Obama when it comes to gay marriage.
Speaking at the South Carolina Values Summit at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C., on Thursday, Cruz, not mentioning them by name, said that two rivals said last year they would adhere to the "law of the land," though they oppose gay marriage, according to Politico.
"Those are the talking points of Barack ObamaBarack ObamaBill Press: Bernie is not a threat John Feehery: GOP: Listen to Reince 5 takeaways from the rush for campaign cash MORE," Cruz said.
He noted the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize gay marriage nationwide was "lawless" and "will not stand."