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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Did they have homosexual marriage before?
    Betrayed how? Republicans aren't for gay marriage. If you didn't know that before (Lanie) you 'voted Republican', then you didn't ever know much about it in the first place.

    What they did was use their new power to target the gay people.
    I guess they forced the people to vote the way they did? States have a constitutional right to make their own rules on some things. This is the way our republic works, for better or for worse. There's 50 states (and PR) (Guam? I don't know) to choose from to reside in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    There was an awfully wide margin here for you to be this .ruffled, 59.72 percent to 40.28 percent.

    This was not just republican support.
    Exactly! There are atheists, agnostics, and many other "groups" against gay marriage.
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    18. Your a disruptive little mother fucker, ain't ya?

    You fuckwad, trying to come in here and pit LGBT against African-Americans?

    Really?

    Eat shit and die, you turd.

    And tell your asshole friends.
    Well! Note to NYC-SKP: African-Americans overwhelmingly don't support gay marriage. You know, like the president?
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    Sorry you're upset tonight Lanie but marriage is between a man and a woman and except in the kooky Libtard places it's going to stay that way.

    And if you want an elected official to be mad at...you have no further to look than dear POTUS. Look at that chickenshit little prick on this issue. He won't take a stand!! At least not right now. He knows his fellow blacks won't vote for same sex marriage so he took the easy way out and said "no comment". That is till he get elected again and then he'll give the gays what they want and be "for" it. And if he does lose...well at that point, who cares?? He can restate his position later if he runs again for dog catcher or whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    And everytime it's put to a direct vote...the people speak in loud numbers that they don't want gay marriage.
    The Supreme Court will take care of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    The Supreme Court will take care of this.
    You only have one carpet muncher on the supreme court, maybe two.
    How is obama working out for you?
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    According to DUmmies, black people really aren't all that against gay marriage. Well not as much as the exit polls say any way. (All of a sudden exit polls aren't all that) It's not 70%, it's only 56-59% I really don't know what their point is about church goers. The fact is that according to their link, 56-59% are against gay marriage.

    African-American and Latino support for Proposition 8 not significantly higher when church attendance is factored in

    Since the passage of Proposition 8, much has been said about the supposed dramatic opposition to marriage equality among African Americans, fueled by National Election Pool (NEP) figures based on sampling in only a few precincts that erroneously indicated 70 percent of California’s African Americans supported Proposition 8. The study found that when church attendance was factored out, however, there was no significant difference between African Americans and other groups.

    In other words, people of all races and ethnicities who worship at least once a week overwhelmingly supported Proposition 8, with support among white, Asian and Latino frequent churchgoers actually being greater than among African Americans.

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    Moreover, the study found that the level of support for Proposition 8 among African Americans was nowhere close to the NEP exit poll 70 percent figure. The study looked at pre- and post-election polls and conducted a sophisticated analysis of precinct-level voting data from five California counties with the highest African-American populations (Alameda (Oakland), Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego and San Francisco). Based on this, it concludes that the level of African-American support for Proposition 8 was in the range of 57-59 percent. Its precinct-level analysis also found that many precincts with few black voters supported Proposition 8 at levels just as high or higher than those with many black voters.

    As discussed earlier, the 57-59 percent figure — while higher than white and Asian-American voters — is largely explained by the higher rates of African-American church attendance: 57 percent of African Americans attend church at least once a week, compared to 42 percent of whites and 40 percent of Asian Americans.
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    A lot of this is generational. A lot of people my age or older have sort of an "eww" attitude about it. A lot of our parents had that attitude about interracial marriage, and they died off. I don't know anyone in their 30's or younger who thinks this is a big deal; of course people who love each other should marry if they want to. All people. Eventually people our age or older will die off as well, and this won't be an issue.
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    There is a tendency of gays and liberals to think that black people will "understand" the injustice of not being 'treated equally'. a)everyone is equal in that they can marry someone of the opposite sex. and b) a quick search of the web shows that blacks do not take kindly to gays comparing their 'struggle' to that of the civil rights movement. It's just not the same.

    I remember reading awhile back that "a gay person's 'struggle' is something they can hide if they want to, no one has to know unless they tell. A black person is black and can't hide it."
    Just not the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanie View Post
    Wrong. NC became a red state for the first time in several years.

    I think NCers were hoping for fewer taxes and more jobs. Instead, we got this. I'm one of the people who voted for those people in 2010, and I feel betrayed!!!
    Since 1900 NC has had exactly 2 Republican governors. You were saying?
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    Funny how the DUmmys don't mention that bigotry won in 2008 and all Americans lost because of it.
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