Obama stance adds fuel in marriage ba...

Obama stance adds fuel in marriage battlegrounds

There are 6 comments on the WHIO story from May 19, 2012, titled Obama stance adds fuel in marriage battlegrounds. In it, WHIO reports that:

In this April 28, 2009 file photograph, gay rights advocate Matthew Arnold-Lloyd of Albany, N.Y., right, argues with an unidentified man opposed to gay marriage during a rally outside the Capitol in Albany.

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FaFoxy

“ WOOF !”

Since: Oct 10

Coolidge, AZ

#1 May 19, 2012
Werl, I certainly think that The Obamaniac sank his chances of winning North Carolina's electoral votes. And the Presidential Election is ALL ABOUT winnning electoral votes.
Pat

Pekin, IL

#2 May 19, 2012
Obama is disrespected enough these days that his caving into radical homosexual donors likely negatively effects efforts to disenfranchise Americans on the legal definition of marriage.
Aspirin Between My Legos

Cheltenham, PA

#3 May 19, 2012
Pat wrote:
Obama is....
Hey, you're really crazy!

Quote some more Old Testament passage to the Christians here again, you nutcase.

Some reparations [sic] therapy program really left you damaged goods. If you sued them for malpractice you could get a large award and then hire a "luggage handler" off of rentboy to travel to Europe with....

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#4 May 19, 2012
Great news: The board of the NAACP, the “nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization,” endorsed marriage equality at a meeting this afternoon. The move comes 10 days after President Obama announced his support of same-sex marriage.

The NAACP’s move comes as attitudes about gays and lesbians in the African American community are changing rapidly. A recent poll found that 54% of African Americans supported President Obama’s recent decision.

Maxim Thorne, formerly of the NAACP, broke the news over Twitter:

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#5 May 19, 2012
More good news: "In each of North Carolina's five largest cities, voters in majority-black precincts rejected the measure: Charlotte (52 percent), Raleigh (51 percent), Greensboro (54 percent), Winston-Salem (55 percent), and Durham (65 percent). Durham's results were dramatic: NOT A SINGLE MAJORITY-BLACK PRECINCT SUPPORTED THE AMENDMENT. SEVERAL CRUSHED IT BY MARGINS OF 3-TO-1 AND EVEN 4-TO-1.

http://prospect.org/article/town-and-country

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#6 May 19, 2012
PlacitasRoy wrote:
More good news: "In each of North Carolina's five largest cities, voters in majority-black precincts rejected the measure: Charlotte (52 percent), Raleigh (51 percent), Greensboro (54 percent), Winston-Salem (55 percent), and Durham (65 percent). Durham's results were dramatic: NOT A SINGLE MAJORITY-BLACK PRECINCT SUPPORTED THE AMENDMENT. SEVERAL CRUSHED IT BY MARGINS OF 3-TO-1 AND EVEN 4-TO-1.
http://prospect.org/article/town-and-country
Thanks for that link to the analysis.

I feel better now.

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