Skip to comments.Mass. Dems use New York gay marriage law to tweak Scott Brown
Posted on 06/27/2011 6:23:51 PM PDT by massmike
Massachusetts Democrats are using New Yorks adoption of gay marriage to tweak Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown for his continued opposition to same-sex marriage.
Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman John Walsh said all the declared Democratic candidates challenging Brown in next years election support gay marriage.
A Brown aide said Monday that the senator still opposes gay marriage and supports the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which prohibits federal recognition of gay marriages.
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I’m so sick of this freakin issue
All the problems in this country, and this gets so much of the media attention
So yes. Democrats should make this their wedge issue. I will laugh may @ss off
This isn’t going to harm Brown one bit, the PEOPLE of Mass never voted for it.
What???? We get to VOTE?????
Run with it and we all will take it in the a$$ by force.
Yup. The AP gets a hard on with faggot issues while people are out of work.
Perhaps we can get a conservative in New York to bring suit against the state because they are discriminating against people who want two wives or two husbands or two men and two women.
Fold up like a Cheap suit.
What makes you say THAT?
Sen. Scott Brown invites hardcore Mass. homosexual activist to “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” repeal signing ceremony in D.C.
I hope people who want to toss Brown under the bus take a long hard look at his Democrat opponents.
I hear ya. It’s time for them to go back into the closet. They’re getting too bold and confrontational for their own good.
At least the vast majority of the deadly diseases remains in their circles by & large.
Oh, don’t worry. When the pressure is on Scott Brown, he’ll fold like a cheap suit.
Funny, I could have sworn John Kerry spent the 2004 presidential campaign adamently insisting he was against gay marriage, and the DemonRATs claimed it was a "smear" when Republicans accused Kerry of actually being in favor of gay marriage.
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