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A Roe by any Other Name

pgaruccio Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 2:25 PM
So you voted against Reagan? He's the one who appointed Kennedy.
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A Roe by any Other Name

pgaruccio Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 2:24 PM
The 21st Century is going to be a difficult one for you.
Why are gays the only group that are excluded from marriage? If marriage's sole function is to sustain society and be a net good, then why can senior citizens, the infertile, and convicts without conjugal visits get married and not gays? If it's about bettering society, why are murderers, rapists, adulterers, molesters, and abusers able to marry and not gays?
Citizens United.
In 2008, African Americans voted for Prop 8 with 70% support. By 2012, African Americans gave a plurality 46% support in Maryland's vote. The strong growth among the African American community is a huge reason why gay marriage is surging in support.
Who spends this amount of time reading about gay sex?...Oh, I answered my own question.
That was the case. Not anymore. Latinos support gay marriage at a higher rate than whites, and in the past year African American support has grown exponentially, which is how Maryland passed gay marriage in 2012.
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CPAC Unwise to Snub Christie, Gays

pgaruccio Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 12:08 PM
Coach, there's a reason that the majority of people who shared your opinion, no longer do so. It's because over time all of your assumptions have proven either false or illegitimate reasons to empower the government to deny adults who they can monogamously love.
The author, clearly.
I bookmarked this page so 30 years from now I can show your children and their children how ignorant you were and how far they've come. Comparing slavery to acceptance of the GLBT community. Good lord are you stupid.
That's a very simplistic way of looking at the election. Concurrently, if you gave Obama an extra 400,000 votes he would've won Georgia and North Carolina. By the way, despite a larger population, Romney won Georgia by fewer votes than Obama won Wisconsin. One was a contested state down to the wire (and home to the VP nominee) and one wasn't even on the radar.
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