But pro-forma statements, delivered under political duress, are not nearly enough.
I won’t soon forget the four states last election in which the Democrats pulled out every stop for their faux “marriage” agenda, while the Romney Republican Party COMPLETELY STOOD DOWN.
What do you expect, people voted for gay marriage/romneycare Romney fell right into the Gop’s mindset/ they voted for this acceptance (not really, most were afraid of Obama). Some, even with fear, couldn't support Mitt's governance. Now, we see people in the base saying that if you change the platform on marriage; we are gone w/ no grassroots support. This is nothing more than remnants of having a northeastern liberal as the face of that party. Yes, to those who likes him, he knew business though the other things trumped him to win. So, now it's clean up and trying to pull them back as a party to where they need to be. People in this party have to stop trying to make others think that they are not a bigot or a racist. Stand your views to the party platform and move on. Most Libs will never see you other than being a bigot.