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  • Vice President Joe Biden says gay marriage is inevitable

    12/25/2010 10:36:15 AM PST · by FredJake · 62 replies · 23+ views
    examiner.com ^ | 12/24/2010 | Joe Newby
    Appearing on Good Morning America Friday morning, Vice President Joe Biden said the nation's attitude on gay marriage is changing, and that "it’s inevitable there will be national consensus." He told George Stephanopolous the same thing is happening on the issue of gay marriage that happened with "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in the military. Recently, the President said in a press conference his position on the controversial issue is "evolving": The sentiment I expressed then is still where I am — which is, like a lot of people, I'm wrestling with this. My attitudes are evolving on this. I have...
  • GOP has a generational problem (Zot)

    01/04/2011 5:38:53 AM PST · by TiAhr-02L · 97 replies
    <p>In the Republican Party, the fracture over issues concerning homosexual individuals revealed itself more clearly in the vote for repeal of the 17-year-old "don't ask, don't tell" policy that prevented gays from serving openly in the military.</p> <p>Of the eight Republican senators who voted for repeal, five are among the youngest in the upper chamber - and they're not all moderates.</p>