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US: New Jersey Governor told to ‘step out of the way’ of vote on equal marriage

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  1. Beelzeebub 3 Jul 2013, 10:07pm

    Hey fatso.

    Get your humungous gut and 80 inch suit out of the way of peoples rights.

    Your voters have spoken.

    Please take your fat self and discrimination to Russia or Uganda where it belongs.

    1. (I am not the person who voted you down) How ever, as the next person to post, Let me say no! Please don’t wish him on Russia or Uganda. They already have way too many inside influences without external influences. The likes of him shouldn’t belong anywhere.

  2. 60% Approve of Equal Marriage… So if he gets his way and “has” a referendum, let’s say it’s 99% to his discriminating (sorry meant to say dissenting) 1% he’ll concede to the majority?

    Idiot!

  3. Cherry Valley 4 Jul 2013, 12:28am

    I hate this guy !!! Living in New York he is so annoying like a next door neighbor. His state is really pro gay the only reason they don’t have marriage equality because a couple of times now he veto the bill. He has a re-election hope he loses.

  4. Problem is, the GOP strategists know that same sex marriage, and LGBT rights in general, are battles that they are losing.
    However, that assumes that the DC strategists are actually in control of the party rather than the idiotic, hysterical hatemongering lunacy of the teabagger evangelical fruit loop fringe.

    Christie, political opportunist that he is, seems to be banking on the latter and is hedging his bets for a 2016 run.

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