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To: scottjewell

Well they’ve already nominated a candidate who did more for gay marriage as governor than Obama did as president.

So why not go ahead and put in their platform what they stand for. For that matter, they could copy the democrats platform.
The GOP platform could just be a big “ME TOO!”.

Let the exodus of both parties begin to a real alternative.


30 posted on 08/09/2012 2:46:45 PM PDT by DannyTN
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To: DannyTN
Well they’ve already nominated a candidate who did more for gay marriage as governor than Obama did as president.


32 posted on 08/09/2012 2:48:23 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle ("If you're not fiscally AND socially conservative, you're not conservative!" - Jim Robinson, 9-1-10)
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To: DannyTN
Well they’ve already nominated a candidate who did more for gay marriage as governor than Obama did as president.

Romney supported the proposed Constitutional Amendment in Massachusetts defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman. This is an easily verifiable fact.

The Massachusetts Supreme Court's specious "interpretation" of the state constitution is the reason "gay marriage" is the status quo at this time. (Goodridge vs. Dept. of Public Health) The 80% Rat legislature obstructed the Constitutional Amendment vote in order to allow the supreme court's "gay marriage" interpretation to stand in MA.

The effect of the MA Supreme Court's ridiculous interpretation of the state constitution regarding "gay marriage" is an exact parallel to the current legal situation in regard to Obamacare. We need the Congress to overthrow Obamacare or we are stuck with John Robert's court's bizarre ruling, and in MA, action by the legislature was necessary to prevent the supreme court's ruling from remaining the final word on the subject. Unfortunately, the Rat legislature, with their obstructionist tactics, chose to trample the citizens' right to vote.

It's within the realm of possibility that the state constitution could be amended in future under a less corrupt legislature.

41 posted on 08/09/2012 3:38:17 PM PDT by BlatherNaut
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