Modern Family star Eric Stonestreet refused to pose for photo with gay marriage foe Rick Santorum

Stonestreet's TV character recently married his male spouse on ABC hit

Modern Family star Eric Stonestreet refused to pose for photo with gay marriage foe Rick Santorum
25 July 2014

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