By Stephen L. Betts
Filed under: Country NewsWillie Nelson
is just one of the estimated 53 percent of Americans who think gay marriage should be legal. He's also one of the millions currently watching the Supreme Court argue the topic, along with the Defense of Marriage Act, the federal law which defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman.
"[Gay people] should be just as miserable as the rest of us," Willie jokes with Texas Monthly
magazine, in a feature accompanied by photographs of the iconic entertainer holding personalized renderings of the now-famous red and pink signs (a variation of the logo for HRC, the Human Rights Campaign, the advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals) with two horizontal lines symbolizing support for same-sex marriage. Willie's versions depict a pair of marijuana joints (above) and also his trademark braids. See more photos here