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New Hampshire speaker wants another attempt to ban equal marriage

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  1. Ah yes. Allowing gay couples to marry is bad for the government financially. Why didn’t I think of that? How silly of me.

    Can someone link this moron to how New York’s income has skyrocketed since introducing it?

  2. Garry Cassell 26 Jul 2012, 12:00am

    Just when you think you’ve reached the bottom of the barrel..low and behold there’s still another bottom for some bigoted politician to strive to reach…

  3. wow blaming gays for the economy now, we sure are a devious bunch!

  4. How Mr O’Brien? How? How? How?

  5. If is reelected, if…
    The time in power is small, only two years.

  6. pretanivirago 26 Jul 2012, 2:29am

    ya know what ACTUALLY weakens families, ya dimwit? Poverty. Joblessness. Bullying. Failing schools. Lack of medical care.

  7. I live in New Hampshire and this current crop of Teabagger Republicans is totally out of touch with the public wants. Let’s see if he even survives the elections in November before he starts talking sh*t. I think the republicans are in for a rude awakening come November, they may even lose there majority in the House. This guy has been an embarrassment.

  8. Come on now, don’t be shy, bring forward the evidence to back up your claim.

    None available? Tw@t!

  9. Yes, because a family break down is clearly the fault of the gay next door neighbour.

    The man is clearly a bell end!

  10. bobbleobble 26 Jul 2012, 11:03am

    Why don’t these idiot ‘journalists’ ask for evidence. New Hampshire has had marraige equality for 2 years, Massachusetts for 8 and the Netherlands for 11, where is the evidence of this?

  11. “One of the things that makes our families strong is a traditional definition of marriage and I firmly believe that.”

    Traditional marriage was in trouble long before gay people started to marry

  12. What in hell is he talking about?? I thought I’d heard all the anti-equality arguments there were, but then this guy’s come along. Banning gay marriage helps reduce the national debt… apparently. Sounds downright paranoid to me. Christian right perchance?

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