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Early Indications: SCOTUS to Punt on Gay Marriage?

pgaruccio Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 5:00 PM
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.
Brent150 Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 5:38 PM
Awww, now you are just making things up to match your wishful thinking.
Where are these polls you pretend to cite?
The more important polls have been the 37+ states that have all rejected pushes to make Marriage available to same-sex couples. including California.
pgaruccio Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 5:28 PM
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.
Petrus64 Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 5:07 PM
Until they vote...

Saying something out loud isn't the same as pulling a lever in private.

Kevin and Carol set the table for this week's historic proceedings, wherein the high court will take up the contentious issues of same sex marraige, states' rights, and equality under the law.  Based on initial tea leaves from the first session of oral arguments -- which, conservatives will painfully recall, can be misleading -- the justices may be inclined to avoid ruling on heart of the issue.  Tom Goldstein of the well-respected