Gay Marriage Won't Decide the Presidential Election, But It's on the Ballot
Over the weekend, Gov. Jerry Brown made California the first state to ban "conversion therapy" for teens, the same kind of "pray the gay away" therapy that Rep.Full Story
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#1 Oct 2, 2012
But the Presidential election likely WILL be the deciding factor of marriage equality in Washington, Maine, & Maryland because of the increased voter turnout among younger generations.
The only reason we lost in Maine the last time was the election was held in an "off-off" year ('09) and turnout was skewed toward the elderly who have nothing else to do but vote.
This year will be different because the turnout will be much more balanced among the under 50 crowd which every poll shows overwhelmingly supports marriage equality.
#2 Oct 2, 2012
Notice above the disrespect queers have for the elderly, saying they have nothing else to do. Queers are totally out of touch with humanity, which is why they are queers.
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