Oh, come on. The hysteria here by the Georgia Gays is just a riot.
After all, Howard Dean — the head of the Democrat National Committee as well as the 2004 Democratic Presidential candidate (*snapping fingers to try to remember his name*) all have the same position on gay marriage as this Democrat candidate for Governor of Georgia…..
Georgia gubernatorial candidate faces ire of gay voters – Advocate.com
Gay voters in Georgia are threatening to boycott the state’s upcoming Democratic gubernatorial primary after one of the two candidates reversed position regarding the state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. Cathy Cox, Georgia’s secretary of state, had been expected to carry the gay vote in her closely contested primary July 18 with the state’s lieutenant governor, Mark Taylor, but that was before she announced her support for a special legislative session to reinstate Georgia’s anti–marriage equality amendment, recently invalidated by a court, reports The Macon Telegraph.
Previously, Cox had said that a constitutional amendment was unnecessary because Georgia law already prohibits same-sex marriage. However, she now supports the amendment, explaining in a letter to Georgia Equality that she agrees with the state legislature’s effort to convene a special session to resolve the amendment’s legal problems so that it won’t “overshadow all other important issues” in the future, according to the Telegraph.
This should be an important message to those delusional gay Americans who think the Democrat Party actually wants to advance gay rights. They are not. If they believe they can win an election by pandering to the religious right, or by simply reinforcing a position most Americans hold on gay marriage… they will stab you in the back with their left hand as they take your campaign donations with the right hand. You are just the fools that continue to write the checks while you bleed.
I am a Republican because I believe in most things the Republican Party stands for. But gay Democrats seem to be under the increasingly false illusion that the Democrat Party is pro-gay. No way, Jose.
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