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    CPac banned, Log Cabin ( gay ) & GOProud (lesbian) Republicans from attending. I guess he's "dead man walking" in today's GOP
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    Huntsman was the only Republican I considered worthy of my vote.
    A moderate conservative with rational tendancies.

    So of course he was dumped for being a RINO.
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    I think Huntsman has had a tryst in the gay community and that's why he feels
    compelled to support the sodomites, on the other hand as a polititian he doesn't
    have a future.
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    Are you against gay people, and sodomites? Just gay people who are sodomites? Are you sure you haven't committed sodomy maybe just once?
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    @Speedieg I did not say I was against or in favor I was talking about Jon
    Huntsman, that's all. Question is are you a sodomite? I ask you because
    you were eager to ask me about it.
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    @Santiagoquijan well you used the term sodomites, and the thread was about gay marriage. The two are not the same I was trying to help you clairify. There are many sodomites that are man and wife and legally married in all 50 states. I was curious for you to explain.
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    Perhaps then we would have some real "Hope" and some positive "Change". Of course the Heffalumps and Jackasses would finally unite in a solid bi-partisan attack to kill any third party...
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    Politicians like Huntsman have been gaining ground on the power parties lately. It really gives me hope that Americans, the silent majority anyway, are starting to find their voice.
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    I wish Mr Huntsman would speak out more often. I think there's a vacuum in the GOP where a reasonable moderate could step in and help revive the party.
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    A better alternative would be for Mr. Huntsman and Mr. Christie to leave the GOP and join the democrats. The GOP doesn't respect their opinions. They are called RINOs. The democrats could use a few more conservative voices.
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    @PNWest that vote up was by mistake. Hunstman and Christies are NEVER going to be SCREAMING "progressives". To their Credit. We have just as big a problem with the far left as we do the far right. You just don't see it that way anymore than the right does. But true moderates are sick to death of both the extremist sides. Huntsman and Christie need to start a center moderate party.
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    @PNWest Huntsman and certainly Christie are not democrats. Leaving the GOP does not make them an automatic democrat by default. Just because a hurricane hit his state doesn't suddenly make Christie a democrat despite what whiners in his party might say. They could run as independents or show real character and stay in their chosen party and try to wrestle it away from the looney fringe known as the tea party.
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    @jessejaymes "Huntsman and Christie need to start a center moderate party. " - Well if they do and you join up that will make 3 of you.
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    Huntsman & Christie are both " dead man walking" in today's GOP. CPAC would rather hear from Wayne LaPierre than either of them, CPAC has banned both Gay and lesbian groups from attending Gay marriage not compatible with GOP
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    @Vance1 why do people like you think that using several exclamation points makes up for the fact you don't' have a rational argument? There is nothing immoral about gay marriage. For something to be immoral, a non consenting party has to be involved. Unless someone is forced to marry someone of the same sex against their will, there is nothing immoral about gay marriage. So, tell us, why do you think it's immoral? Some make believe god said so?
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    I have digressed...I think homosexuals should be permitted to be married...do I have to like it? No, but hey...each to his or her own...as their day will come...as long as they don't say they are born with it...I am good...
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    @jaybebo84 The evidence suggests otherwise. It is clearly something passed genetically that in combination with another series of factors triggers it. A recent study of twins separated at birth and raised in completely different environments found that if one was gay then the other 60% of the time was also. While certainly not 100% it does appear to have some validity. The other factors were family size and birth sequence. More often for boys those families with multiple boys showed that those born later were more likely to be gay.
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    I would suggest that Jon Huntsman's days were already over in the Republican Party. He's far FAR away too intelligent for the right wing.
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    What a con artist. Talk about your blatant pandering. Is this a sign of just how desperate the GOP is getting? People can spot phony.
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