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Perkins: Don’t Give Money to the GOP Until They Re-affirm Traditional Marriage

Jerome41 Wrote: Apr 15, 2013 1:17 AM
One, I don't know where you get your stat. But let's say it's true. You are that afraid of such a tiny amount of people getting married? But even if only one gay couple ever marries in Canada, that is still one couple who love each other who have that ability. Rights to marriage aren't dependent on how much a subgroup marries. That's absurd. Then again, you always sound absurd.

The Grand Old Party finds itself in a seemingly impossible position these days. In short, if Republicans officially abandon their “core principles,” social conservatives -- led by Mike Huckabee and others -- will presumably “walk”. On the other hand, if Republicans re-affirm their support for traditional marriage, they risk alienating moderate voters and expanding their ranks. So what exactly should they do?

Well, The Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins has some advice for religious conservatives hoping to shape the debate (via The Hill):

Tony Perkins says religious conservatives should stop donating to the Republican Party until it...