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Maryland Governor: Gay marriage is possible but it will be a long fight

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  1. “Spokesmen went on to say that they would probably have been done already but that they had gotten distracted by ‘all the delicious chocolate chip cookies'”

  2. How great it would be if we had a real Democrat like Martin O’Malley in the Oval Office – a man who wouldn’t cave in to the Republicans like Obama does with his every waking moment.

  3. luke from canada 8 Sep 2011, 3:58pm

    could the governor sue to overturn the ban on same sex marraige? How would that work? who would he sue?

  4. Jock S. Trap 9 Sep 2011, 11:30am

    A positive comment of sorts but it sounds more like dithering than actually taking action.

  5. Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 11 Sep 2011, 8:17pm

    Maryland, Maine, Oregon, California and Washington state will be next in 2012 to allow gay marriage I am confident that it will happen.

    Rhode Island, Colorado and Nevada in 2013.

    New Jersey, Hawaii and illiniois in 2014.

    Wisconsin and Dalaware in 2016.

  6. It does not take a lot of time if all LGBT people and their family and friends and allies work together to push for gay marriage and Equal and Civil Rights. The African Americans did in in America and gays can too if they all unite and work together to make it happen.

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