Majority of Americans now support gay marriage, survey finds

Feb 26, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Lincoln Daily News

Support for gay marriage has surged in the United States in the decade since it first became legal in Massachusetts, with just over half of Americans now supporting the idea, according to a survey released on Wednesday.

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The majority of Americans have been duped by the persistent barrage from the gay agenda and liberal media into thinking that homosexuality is somehow normal and acceptable.
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We give credit to the civil rights leaders who showed us the road to freedom and equality
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You HAVE to like the new laws that say a man can use the women's bathroom if he claims he's really a woman inside..
Why are YOU in the women's bathroom?
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Why are YOU in the women's bathroom?
I have never seen one single post from you that was on topic or offered any kind of valuable input to the discussion. Nothing more than asinine blather. Why is that?
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I have never seen one single post from you that was on topic or offered any kind of valuable input to the discussion. Nothing more than asinine blather. Why is that?
Perhaps you're not gay enough

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I have never seen one single post from you that was on topic or offered any kind of valuable input to the discussion. Nothing more than asinine blather.
Seriously? The queen of name/location changes calls someone else out about asinine blather? How predictably troll!
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must have surveyed queers only to get those numbers

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And I'm no where near to being 65 years old and in no way religious. I am simply a decent human being with morals and traditional values. I am deeply saddened to see what homosexuals are doing in America today.
How did you get a front row seat?

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You are totally a SUPPER IDOT! And you posting that on the gay friendly sight shows that you must have issues. I truly want you to know that you can come out and I will accept you with loving arms. And the biggest damage to America is cave people like you.
He's also an idiot at other meals.

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I believe that the majority of Americans do not truly support gay marriage in their hearts. The thing is that America has become so sickeningly PC that most people are afraid to speak their true feelings in public. They just sheepishly follow along and agree with whatever they're "supposed" to.
God forbid someone actually speaks up and says "you know what, no I don't believe in gay marriage". Suddenly that person is labelled a bigot and a homophobe and most likely will be fired from their job.
I see it differently. Since so many people in all walks of life have come out, more and more of us "straights" have come to realize that gay people are not very different from the rest of us. I think familiarity breeds acceptance.

I wonder, do Jews really have horns?
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It's not cordoned off but in plain view of the public, including young children, and it's SICK.
Seriously? Straight people are horrible examples of how to have a marriage, or even some decency. They have been disrespecting marriage for decades, and displaying degrading behavior running around with their asses and boobs hanging out in public where my kids have to be. And that's just the tip of the mess.
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Arizona governor vetoed the discrimination bill!
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I believe that the majority of Americans do not truly support gay marriage in their hearts. The thing is that America has become so sickeningly PC that most people are afraid to speak their true feelings in public. They just sheepishly follow along and agree with whatever they're "supposed" to.
God forbid someone actually speaks up and says "you know what, no I don't believe in gay marriage". Suddenly that person is labelled a bigot and a homophobe and most likely will be fired from their job.
I once was opposed to same-sex marriage. Then I began to realize that if a homosexual married an unsuspecting heterosexual in order to hide his/her sexual orientation, they both would suffer as time went on. It happened to my own brother and other straight people. If two gay people were allowed to marry each other there would be no need for this masquerade.
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Arizona governor vetoed the discrimination bill!
Outstanding! Thanks for the news
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"Gay" used to be another word for happy so a poll could be easily manipulated.
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<quoted text>I once was opposed to same-sex marriage. Then I began to realize that if a homosexual married an unsuspecting heterosexual in order to hide his/her sexual orientation, they both would suffer as time went on. It happened to my own brother and other straight people. If two gay people were allowed to marry each other there would be no need for this masquerade.
Why would a homosexual marry an unsuspecting normal person? That makes no sense at all.

Homosexuals have always had their bath houses, leather bars, toilets, parks, and other places to go to hook up. Why all of a sudden now do they feel the need to get "married"?
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Why would a homosexual marry an unsuspecting normal person?
Your wife could probably answer that question. She's suspected you have "issues" for years.

By the way, your moronic question was just plainly and seriously answered in the thread, moron.
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"Gay" used to be another word for happy so a poll could be easily manipulated.
Good one, Jedediah, you silly troll!

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Why would a homosexual marry an unsuspecting normal person? That makes no sense at all.
Homosexuals have always had their bath houses, leather bars, toilets, parks, and other places to go to hook up. Why all of a sudden now do they feel the need to get "married"?
Heterosexuals have always had adulterous affairs, mistresses on the side, multiple marriages, abandonment of children, whore houses, massage parlors, street walker quickies in the front seat of the car, gay sex on the side, open relationships, swing parties, S & M encounters, porn movies, strap-ons, hot tranny sex and many other things including a very high divorce rate. Are these good reasons to deny couples the fundamental right to marry?

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<quoted text>What's a supper idot? Must be some gay term.
Hahahaha
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Indifference is not support. People don't care what gays do, until it interferes with them personally.

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