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Pennsylvania senator introduces gay marriage ban

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  1. I was interested in Nate Silver’s map mentioned in this article. Here’s a link to it:

    mapscroll.blogspot.com/2009/04/mapping-future-of-gay-marriage_04.html

    Meanwhile the bigots push on in their quest to deny other people rights. I notice this article says that “Two similar measures have failed in recent years” but, no, on they push *rolls eyes*

  2. What ELSE could he do…with a name like Eichelbergerbergerberger, Republican, Christo-fundie and stark staring piss holes in the snow for eyes. He looks an absolute prime candidate to be hateful, arrogant and full of venge for a matter which does not even affect his life personally.

  3. Edward in Los Angeles 20 May 2009, 3:27am

    Absolutely, he looks the part. It’s funny how Repugs so often do.

  4. Well, now I know where to avoid on my trips to the US. That crooked little attempt at a smile is enough to make me sick.

  5. It doesn’t matter what the people want. It is about equal rites. People clearly can not make a fair and just decision. What if the majority voted to bring back slavery? Would that be ok?

  6. Life , liberty & the “pursuit” of happiness is in the US Constitution
    We also have the will of the people, elections by majority vote & a two
    party system that is envied by the rest of the world.
    So if the majority of voters do not wat to recognize gay marriage it is
    not for the courts or the rest of the world right to poke their nose into
    it.

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