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All these people on the wrong side of history. 20 years from now, they'll be trying to claim they were for marriage equality all along.Originally Posted by BriRedfern
It's cowardly, though, sure enough. But it's skewing more towards cowardice than an active pursuit of bigoted policy from what it sounds like."If they're smart, they won't change what they've been saying," said John Pitney, a political scientist at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California.
Last edited by Dreg; 05-11-2012 at 12:26 PM.
My response was to a quote that said all bigots are Republicans.
They may have the lion share of them, but the have not managed to monopolize the field just yet.
And Harry Reid believes marriage is between a man and a woman, Isn't he like the Senate Majority leader or something?
Originally Posted by Fone Bone
Dude. Have you been reading this thread? I am brining up the point that everyone else is talking about "all black people" regarding the usage of "the black vote" and the problem that stems from it (not to mention principled hypocrisy).Originally Posted by Dreaded Anomaly
You can read, I suggest you start doing so.
And apparently being one guy bringing up a point that isn't part of your liberal circle-jerk chorus on the Bendisboard makes it sad. Oh shit, there goes my eyeballs.