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  1. johnny says

    Perhaps they’ll finally understand what the “will of the people” means when people in Colorado (and Indiana) vote those uptight, bigoted Republican asses out of office.

    It won’t change their minds, but it will change what power they have and they won’t be able to corrupt that power any longer.

  2. Francis says

    I’m not going to hold it against Colorado citizens since it seems like that state is starting to figure it out, well at least the younger folks and non-brainwashed fundamentalists which there are quite a few of in that state. With that said, Republicans across the board with a few exceptions simply are our enemies and should be seen and treated as such accordingly. And with the elections coming up pretty soon, they will get even more hateful towards us. As Johnny put it, the best way to end this charade is to kick these clowns out of power.

  3. says

    Once again, amazingly, the Republicans failed to receive the memo from the LCR’s and GOProud that they’re now more inclusive and don’t stand in the way of progress on “social” issues.

  4. x man says

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; if the wholly rollers of this state or any other state wanna be involved in our politics than its time to shut up and put up….start paying taxes. Tax the hell outta them and make them pay through their religulous asses

  5. Patric says

    Well said, Ernie.

    “The bill failed, as expected, on a party-line vote, with six Republicans voting against sending the measure to another committee and five Democrats voting in favor.”

    To all those (Jason, LincolnLounger, etc., etc.)who’ve expressed in comments on this site and elsewhere that there is no difference between Democrats and Republicans and that we’d do well to sit out the 2010 midterm elections, well done! This must be a very proud day for you.

    Events in Indiana, North Carolina, Colorado, Minnesota and other states this year have demonstrated dramatically that our struggle is impacted by whether Democrats or Republicans control the reigns of power. No doubt many Democrats need to step up their commitment to our equality under the law and it is appropriate for us to find ways, such as withholding of donations from the DNC in favor of donations to individual pro-equality candidates, to apply pressure on Democrats, but standing by and allowing Republicans to take control has never been a successful approach for our community. Hopefully more of us will bear that in mind in 2012 and we’ll throw some of these bums out in places like Colorado, Indiana and, in a place where marriage equality is within our grasp, Minnesota.

  6. Jollysocks says

    Agree 100% with Patric. Elections have consequences, and now that the GOP have their power back, they are going to do anything they can to slow our progress and reverse the trend.

    All of you dumb fuckers who didn’t vote for the Dems in 2010 or even voted GOP — wow, thanks. Thanks, a lot.

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