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To: BlatherNaut
"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. "

That's the problem with Mr. Etch-a-sketch. One moment he's campaigning for governor promising gays he will offer more support for their causes than Ted Kennedy. The next he's supporting a constitutional amendment defending marriage. Then he's personally rolling out gay marriage, when he didn't have to.

Which candidate demanded Boy Scouts accept gays in leadership positions? Romney

Who named a well known gay activist as a key spokesman? Romney

Who put a gay activist in a leadership role in the Department of Education? Obama (two peas in a pod if you ask me)

2002 Romney flier promotes 'gay' rights

Keyes: Romney responsible for same-sex marriage fiasco
“Mitt Romney pushed through same-sex marriage all by himself, in the absence of any authority or requirement to do so, having a complete misunderstanding of his role as governor and of the significance of the court’s opinion,” said Keyes."

Romney did more for Gay Marriage nation wide as Governor of Mass than Obama did as President. I can't vote for either.

69 posted on 08/10/2012 8:45:27 AM PDT by DannyTN
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To: DannyTN
“Mitt Romney pushed through same-sex marriage all by himself, in the absence of any authority or requirement to do so, having a complete misunderstanding of his role as governor and of the significance of the court’s opinion,” said Keyes."

Keyes needs to do more research.

The SC ruled, the citizens put forward an intitiative petition to vote on a constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and the legislature blocked the proposed amendment from being placed on the ballot. Without the constitutional amendment, the SC ruling stands.

"Standing today with Governor Romney in support of the Protection of Marriage Amendment, which would allow the voters of the Commonwealth to determine the definition of marriage in Massachusetts, were Seán Cardinal O'Malley, OFM Cap, Archdiocese of Boston; Bishop George Coleman, Diocese of Fall River; Bishop Robert McManus, Diocese of Worcester; Dr. Roberto Miranda, Chairman, VoteOnMarriage.org; Kris Mineau, President, Massachusetts Family Institute; a bi-partisan group of state legislators and other Amendment supporters from government and the private sector."

June 28, 2006 For Immediate Release VoteOnMarriage.org Eric Fehrnstrom 617-725-4025 | Office of Governor Mitt Romney

70 posted on 08/10/2012 11:43:42 AM PDT by BlatherNaut
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