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Republican governors signal shift on
gay marriage in bid to attract voters

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Posted By:Desert Fox, 7/13/2014 2:41:52 PM

Deep in the Bible Belt, new signs emerged this weekend of evolving views among Republican governors on gay marriage. While the Republican Party´s religious conservatives continue to fight against same-sex marriage, its governors appear to be backing off their opposition – in their rhetoric, at least. For some, the shift may be more a matter of tone than substance as the GOP tries to attract new voters ahead of the midterm elections. Nonetheless, it is a dramatic turn for a party that has long been defined by social conservative values. "I don´t think the Republican Party is fighting it," Wisconsin´s

Anyone who actually believes that “signaling” a “shift” towards sexual deviancy will have the DemocRAT voters flocking to the GOP has definitely been doing way too many “recreational” drugs.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Desert Fox, 7/13/2014 2:44:10 PM     (No. 9922643)

“I am more convinced than ever before that as we seek to establish full equality for America’s gay and lesbian citizens, I will provide more effective leadership than my opponent. I believe that the Clinton compromise was a step in the right direction. I am also convinced that it is the first of a number of steps that will ultimately lead to gays and lesbians being able to serve openly and honestly in our nation’s military. That goal will only be reached when preventing discrimination against gays and lesbians is a mainstream concern, which is a goal we share.” — Willard Mitt Romney 1994 (While running against Ted Kennedy for Massachusetts Senate Seat) The First RepublicRat to embrace the Perverse Sexual Deviants...

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Rinktum, 7/13/2014 2:54:27 PM     (No. 9922659)

Are these guys nuts??? The country is circling the drain and gay marriage is the one thing that has them focused? Fellas, just side step that issue and tell the gaystapo, I´ll get back to you. The country is on fire right at this moment and we need to put it out! If you had a patriotic bone in your body, you would end the gay victim melodrama and get your priorities straight, no pun intended. There are more important issues than if your sexual preferences aren´t being respected or not. Republicans needs to put the media in its place when they bring this up. This is not the pressing issue of the day! Saving the Republic is!!

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Reply 3 - Posted by: mitzi, 7/13/2014 3:04:07 PM     (No. 9922667)

In article posted yesterday, Ben Carson is quoted:


“I actually would favor a voting system, in which there were no political designations on the ballot, where you actually had to know what the person believed. You had to know how they voted in the past.”

Apply that to this situation ...

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Reply 4 - Posted by: nevernaught, 7/13/2014 3:39:04 PM     (No. 9922722)

About what I expected from the so called establishment. About 2% of the people in this country are Gay, they make a lot of noise, so Republican governors just jumped on the bandwagon and could have irritated 98% of the rest of the country.

I have always looked at the welfare of children as the reason for marriage. I´d say trust nature on this and if Gays want to enter into Civil Unions, then fine just don´t destroy and demean Mother Nature for a what you think are a few votes.

I´d like to know who voted for this shifty vote and those opposed. Meanwhile the country is being overrun with diseased invaders allowed by a so called President who thinks he is King.

Worry about that for just a few minutes. Waiting... waiting.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: fritzilou, 7/13/2014 3:40:33 PM     (No. 9922724)

Most people I know who are in a company of those they believe will not intimidate them are against same sex marriage. They are not against gay people, in fact they have many friends, acquaintances and business associates that are gay. The campaign to intimidate people so they don´t speak out has worked well against individuals, politicians and political parties. It is time people speak their minds and let the chips fall where they may as far as their friendships; friends should be able to disagree and not be disagreeable.

The left is secular and has adopted leftist policies as their religion, so what it amounts to with gay marriage is their effort to put another crack in the Judea Christian religions. Since our entire Constitution is based on these aforementioned religious tenets, it amounts to destroying the Constitution, which is also an effort of the left.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: plex, 7/13/2014 3:40:40 PM     (No. 9922725)

They apparently treat GOP voters like the Dems treat their voters. Nothing will stop a Dem from voting for a Dem. On the other hand the governors don´t seem to be thinking about how many voters they will lose.

They don´t call the GOP the stupid party for no reason.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: BigGeorgeTX, 7/13/2014 4:07:11 PM     (No. 9922760)

Why are these idiots convinced this will be a winning strategy? Gay marriage is an issue that´s only important to a very small number of people. The state by state legalization was due to judicial interference, against the people´s will. What exactly is the difference between Democrats and Republicans?

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Reply 8 - Posted by: grace1798, 7/13/2014 4:51:49 PM     (No. 9922788)

I am NOT voting for any RINO Republicans......even if it means a demonrat gets in. WHAT´ the diff?

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Reply 9 - Posted by: oh-heck, 7/13/2014 5:14:37 PM     (No. 9922806)

When hunting ducks or geese, you never shoot when the lead bird comes into sight. Instead, you let the decoys and duck calls draw the flock in. Come on GOP governors, ignore the people who elected you and fly into that flock of birds you see on the water and are calling to you through the press.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: lavalette, 7/13/2014 5:22:16 PM     (No. 9922818)

What do we expect from Republican leaders when church leaders are afraid to take a stand on the sanctity of life and the sanctity of marriage?

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Reply 11 - Posted by: buckeye1, 7/13/2014 5:28:40 PM     (No. 9922833)

Oy vey! This decision has been decided and its a sign that there are people who understand that a majority of Americans want marriage rights extended to gay people. The reality is that most Americans do not want to be ruled by the religious Right and on this issue gay marriages are going to be recognized by the civil authorities. Sorry, that´s the truth so get use to it.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: oldsfc, 7/13/2014 5:31:36 PM     (No. 9922843)

Gain 10 new votes, lose a 100.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: Starlady, 7/13/2014 6:23:27 PM     (No. 9922899)

My perception of the Buckeye State´s GOP is they are more liberal. I admit am biased, Ohio is not a favorite state for me. In conservative states, we object to one judge deciding marriage is for gays. This is what happened in my state, Virginia. The poster may be right that this is the way it will be, but we do not have to vote for GOP leaders that do not stand for traditional values.

Unfortunately for Scott Walker his comment is a big negative for me and might make me less likely to support his candidacy should he want to run for President. I will choose someone in line with my values.

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Reply 14 - Posted by: F15 Gork, 7/13/2014 7:36:39 PM     (No. 9922968)

Adios muchachos!

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Reply 15 - Posted by: SouthSanAntonio, 7/13/2014 8:14:51 PM     (No. 9923001)

That facts are that there are a substantial percentage of Republicans that are values voters. They are solid Republican voters because they know the Demon-RATs are totally opposed to their values.

If the Republican establishment starts to cave on core value beliefs, they are not going to pick up a single vote, but they are going to lose even more of their base voters.

Don´t get me wrong, I don´t take anything from the AP as having any facts behind it. But, sadly, as pitiful as the RNC has become, I wouldn´t doubt that this one is true...

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Reply 16 - Posted by: Trust No One, 7/13/2014 8:23:05 PM     (No. 9923013)

YeH, IF we just had Mitt Romney as president all this would go away. /s

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