Rubén Díaz, Sr., (pictured, right), who serves in the New York lege and is also a Pentecostal minister, was the lone Democrat, in the state senate, who voted against the Marriage Equality Act.
I like how he argued his position:" ... marriage is and should remain the union of husband and wife. Same-sex marriage is a government takeover of an institution the government did not create and should not redefine."
Needless to say, Rev. Díaz, who was born in Puerto Rico, took a great deal of grief for his stance ... even from the Latino immigrant community.
Update: MassResistance has more, first-hand reporting on the Rev's heroic effots, as well as information on the 'pro-family' Republicans, in the Empire State, who brought about this travesty.
This is a photo of a disrespectful poster in NYC, post-vote, that MR snapped.