Skip to comments.Pro-marriage Republicans win big in Indiana state elections
Posted on 05/08/2014 12:27:43 PM PDT by topher
DIANAPOLIS, IN, May 8, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) -- Pro-family and religious groups showed their clout in Indiana politics Tuesday, ousting two Republicans who opposed a marriage amendment earlier this year and successfully defending several vulnerable allies.
Two Republican members of the state House, Kathy Heuer and Rebecca Kubacki, lost their races after opposing a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage in the state. In addition to ousting Heuer and Kubacki in favor of Christopher Judy and Curt Nisly, respectively, family groups made sure Rep. Eric Turner won against a challenger despite an ethics controversy.
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Apparently, people in Indiana do not want politicians who support same-sex marriage...
They tossed two out of office...
Such victories are refreshing.
A nice positive
Makes no difference what they want. After the federal courts impose gay marriage on Indiana, they'll just put these politicians back in office too. Isn't that how it works now?
Well, if the Supreme Court imposes 50 state homosexual marriage at some point, then the issue will be off the table, so to speak. And at that point, all these politicos who support homosexual marriage won’t have to talk about it, because it will be already in place. Just a thought. Once homosexual marriage gets imposed, if it happens, the issue will not be talked about anymore.
Well, if the Supreme Court imposes 50 state homosexual marriage at some point, then the issue will be off the table, so to speak.
It will be “off the table” only if we quit and run. We can try for new justices after the old ones retire, add to their number (allowed under the Constitution), or limit the appellate jurisdiction of the federal courts (also allowed under the Constitution).
War on RINO women.
Just like abortion today?