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(Politico)   Left in the closet: Democrats holding out on supporting gay marriage   (politico.com) divider line 5
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2013-03-28 10:46:17 AM
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Alphakronik: As a party, the DNC needs to take a lesson from the RNC and not give money to candidates who don't fall in line if they plan on getting anything done.


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2013-03-28 10:17:09 AM
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GoldSpider: Wendy's Chili: Oh look, another Politico link.

Life outside the echo chamber is frightening.

By the way, when did Politico start running afoul of Fark Dependents' ideological purity filter?


There's an assload of Politico links this morning - six so far. Someone mentions that. Your response is "ha ha stupid libs".
2013-03-28 09:48:54 AM
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Wendy's Chili: Oh look, another Politico link.


Dig the patronizing attitude here:

"a new wave of Democrats who, for a combination of political and personal reasons, have jumped on the same-sex matrimony bandwagon"

Because representing the people who voted for you isn't what our politicians are supposed to do, it's just "bandwagon-jumping". Assholes.
2013-03-28 09:35:28 AM
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Because democrats are the ones we have to worry about denying our fellow citizens their basic human rights. Right,  subby?
2013-03-28 09:35:12 AM
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One of my Senators is one of the nine holdouts. The practical problem I run into here is that he's a reflection of the fact that most of my state is overwhelmingly gap-toothed-inbred-teabagger-stupid, so if he doesn't win, the likely alternative is not just somebody who won't endorse fairness, but somebody who will actively try to beat it to death with the spine of a bible while he screams about smaller government.

I can gripe to him about it all I want, but I have little choice but to vote for him anyway or else I risk helping to put somebody far, far worse in his place. And he knows it.
 
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