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No Gay Marriage Then No GOP

By Charlotte Robinson, January 09, 2012
As we head into the New Hampshire GOP presidential primary all the candidates are against marriage equality. Jon Huntsman who is trailing in the polls however does support civil unions for our LGBT community. Obama also supports civil unions but is still evolving on gay marriage. However as he evolves his administration has introduced The Respect of Marriage Act that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act which denies legally married gay couples 1,138 federal rights of marriage including a hefty average of $5000 more in their annual federal taxes than heterosexual married couples pay. It’s early in the 2012 presidential campaign so lets hope that the 2012 Republican & Democratic candidates all learn to embrace that Gay Rights are Human Rights & Human Rights are Gay Rights. Update: All 9 members of the Democratic congressional delegation from New Jersey have signed a letter urging their colleagues in the state legislature to support the marriage equality bill being introduced this week. New Exclusive Audio Chat w/ R. Clarke Cooper, Executive Director of the Log Cabin Republicans on the GOP candidates running for President & where they stand on gay rights & more… @ OUTTAKE VOICES™ Hear Audio Interviews w/ LGBT Leaders @OUTTAKE VOICES™ SUPPORT OUR QUEST @ OUTTAKE™ EQUALITY STORE...:) View Our Historic Short Trailer on Gay Marriage

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