Queerty is better as a member
Too bad the party only cares about what the Tea Party and the Lobbyists say.
Give them 10 years, and they’ll be just as bigoted as their parents. And they’ll go on website comments and tell everyone how they have lots of gay friends, and because they know gay people they feel we shouldn’t get married or be permitted to have kids.
@Mr. E. Jones: I am not sure that will be the case. Their generation seems to be more upbeat and hates both Republican and Democrat politics. I got a feeling once the old guard leave Washington things are going to change. They don’t like the fact that rich old men and women are getting theirs while while the scraps are thrown to us like dogs. They also feel that to be complete, everyone needs to be equal, to them that is the only fair way.
This is a very good thing. Gay marriage should be seen as promoting strong families, something republicans say they care about.
They favor same-sex marriage but still support homophobic candidates. NOT GOOD ENOUGH.
Well, conservies and religious Fundies, there goeth the game! Thanks so much for showing up! Sorry your work was for naught… were you really expecting a different outcome??
Sorry, we’re not buying this propaganda. They still aren’t getting our votes. The red states are still red states.
What’s a “Young Republican”, not yet retired?
More Antonin Scalias, Clarence Thomases, Sam Alitos, & “Citizens United” decisions that ensure monied power mongers such as David and Charles Koch can manipulate democracy with their wealth? mmmm. No thanks.
@SpunkyBunks: Well, the people polled aren’t candidates, they’re voters. The question is, if they feel this way, why are they Republicans? Probably because they don’t like Democrats on a wide variety of other issues, and (R) or (D) is the only game in town–which is the real problem with our system. Does anyone else think it’s weird that for a century and a half the same two parties have continuously alternated in power in this country? Is there any other nation in the world where this is true?
But they don’t care about rights enough to not belong to a party that advocates for the legalization of bigotry, the legalization of firing people for being gay, and allowing people to excuse any behavior by claiming it is their religious belief.
@Cam: I agree 100%. When will they realize REPUBLICAN is the problem, not that party’s attempts every few years to re-brand its bigotry?
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