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  1. says

    The best advertisement for equality tends to be equality. Surprise, the sky doesn’t fall, and most people–aside from the NOM-types and the Republican bigots–move on. The lack of will for repeal will only increase as time goes on, so stand strong NH.

  2. Steve says

    The administrative headaches of a repeal will be a mess – if it ever gets to that. And talk about “taking away” someone’s rights…this would be cause for revolution.

  3. Fifty Percent! says

    That fifty percent includes *so many* Republicans. Time to stop the knee-jerk liberalism and start to be genuinely inclusive, the way that you insist others be?

  4. ohplease says

    “That fifty percent includes *so many* Republicans.”

    Congratulations on making up fake facts out of thin air! It’s so much easier than having to deal with real facts.

    “Time to stop the knee-jerk liberalism and start to be genuinely inclusive, the way that you insist others be?”

    You mean like the knee-jerk Republican legislators who are going to be introducing repeal of marriage equality, despite what their own state wants? That kind of inclusivity?

    Sorry to have to tell you this, but Republicans are still evil and you’re still a fool who votes against your own interests if you are one.

  5. says

    “Time to stop the knee-jerk liberalism . . . ”

    It’s not knee-jerk liberalism, it’s facts. The repeal effort, if it happens, will be driven by right-wing Republicans. Not even disputable. That isn’t to say that all Republicans will be supporting repeal (clearly they aren’t), or that some true-conservative Republicans aren’t allies, but marriage equality in NH is not threatened by liberals. It was passed by liberals.

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