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  •  These fuckers need to be destroyed (8+ / 0-)

    And people wonder why I say bipartisanship is for suckers (well, maybe people here don't wonder, hell Markos says it himself).

    But in any event, how can you reason with people so vile, violent, irrational, etc. etc.?  It's just not possible.  Reach across the aisle?  Are you kidding me?!  These motherfuckers need to be destroyed, and they need to be destroyed now.

    Thank you Scott for this excellent summary of the NOM's evil guidebook.  I wasn't that shocked, honestly, to read what the little fuckers had plotted up, but it's really good to pull back the curtain.  As was stated at the Human Rights Campaign website, you can't spin text that is directly printed in your own damn guidebook.

    Great find.

    "Give me a lever long enough... and I shall move the world." - Archimedes

    by mconvente on Tue Mar 27, 2012 at 07:02:52 AM PDT

    •  What we need though is (4+ / 0-)

      to reach across the aisle to those "sane" members of the opposition and help them re-discover their better selves. We saw that in NY and most recently in NH. The NH vote is especially encouraging to me; perhaps there's a sea change in the wind as people realize that all these "social values" crap issues (not just marriage equality, but contraceptive access etc.) are mere diversions from the real issues that need to be dealt with.

      As Thomas Jefferson said of religion, a person's decision to marry another consenting adult, use birth control, or other so-called "moral" choices neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg.

      The optimist sees the glass as half-full. The pessimist sees the glass as half-empty. The realist just knows she's thirsty.

      by Cali Scribe on Tue Mar 27, 2012 at 09:22:14 AM PDT

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    •  a majority of Republicans voted for gay marriage (3+ / 0-)
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      BobBlueMass, Scott Wooledge, skrekk

      in the New Hampshire statehouse.

      It's probably the first majority pro-marriage equality Republican vote outside of a Log Cabin Republicans meeting.

      I'm still processing it.

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