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  • #3
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    You cannot be a Republican and for gay marriage, no more than you can be a democrat and a Christian. They just don't work together.
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    Wow that boxes people into quite the bleak areas. It also makes awful assumptions about people. Exactly WHY can't you be a democrat and a Christian?
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    Well of all the stupid shyte I've ever heard! Well what are we libertarians? Savage heathens wanting to let people do whatever they want to fulfill their lustful desires! Do we bow before idols of Ayn Rand too? I mean get serious man.
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    I could care less about it...I'm sick and tired of the gay crap and political correctness myself...I want to see elections get results on more pressing real issues that most all of us who aren't obsessed by a perverted sex agenda have to deal with in every day life, you know, things like the economy and jobs...and Cheney isn't the one!
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    So? Attention America -With Record Debt and Record millions unemployed there ARE things a bit more pressing than where folks place their genitals Good Lord !!
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    I don't care about her position on this matter -- I think we must stop American families from creating political dynasties. Stop electing generation after generation because you know the last name.
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    If you want the Dick Cheney donors and supporters back in the room, waging and profiteering from wars on the backs of young American's dead or maimed......Liz Cheney is your gal.
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    Marriage equality is too important to be decided piecemeal by states. I appreciate Ms Cheney's support of the ideal but her states rights appraoch will only prolong injustice for LGBTs.
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    @drpeeper Sure it's the new American way. You know since Barry took office this whole country has gone to hell and it's only going to get worse.
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    @drpeeper His point was that it's "too important to be decided piecemeal by states." Then you idiots attacked him trying to claim the Constitution has something to say about marriage which it does not.
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    Giving liz chenney a platform in congress would give her political power. Her dad also started in congress. The supreme court has largely decided this issue, lets not put another chenney in office.
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    The issue is inheritance, adoption, Social Security, insurance, pensions, and a plethora of other legal rights and obligations associated with marriage. Marriage is a category and a term. No one is guaranteed a marriage but they are guaranteed certain benefits of marriage. The states can approve the aforementioned rights of marriage without sanctioning the term "marriage" relating to same sex individuals. This is important to gays who have been denied jobs and associated benefits, promotions, and societal rights based on this concept. It is not so hard to figure things out.
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    Liz Cheney is a charlatan and liar and no one ought to support her for anything. I'd like to see her sister ,Mary Cheney run against Mike Enzi for Wyoming's U S Senator
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    No Bush, no Cheney, no Clinton. Had enough of that already, bad, wrong, brought America down, and we need to fight to get her back up, these three families were a HUGE part of the reasons we skidded off the tracks.
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    Gays getting married is an absolute joke anyway...Most of us will always be against it, because it will always be immoral.
    All it does is dumb down society, and bring us to a god less, moral less nation.
    America is tumbling down just like Rome.
    This is just one more knife in the back of America.
    Bankrupt America "Yes we can"
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    If you think gays getting married is a joke, don't get gay married to anyone.
    The subject of godlessness and morals is yours to decide for your own life, not the lives of others.
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    Fourth sitting republican. Everyone forgets that Lincoln Chafee supported it right from the beginning, being one of the first four Senators to support it, even before progressive icon Russ Feingold.
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