5 responses

  1. Burr
    November 23, 2009

    I’m reading that Mihos supported same sex marriage in 2006 but that it should go to a popular vote. Is he still for a popular vote on the issue?

    Anyway it’s good to see people have viable options instead of being antagonized into one of them.

  2. CB
    November 23, 2009

    Sorry, I still believe that a Republican vote is a vote against civil rights and gay rights. Civil rights is judiciary, not for a popular vote. If we go back in history, how do you think a popular vote would have gone to abolish slavery? Women’s right to vote?

  3. Swampfox
    November 23, 2009

    Good.

  4. Christopher Waldrop
    November 24, 2009

    CB, in the US the right of women to vote (allowed by the 19th Amendment) was essentially put up to a popular vote, since amendments have to be passed by Congress then ratified by either state legislatures or by ratifying conventions.

    That’s one of the things that made the prospect of a Constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage so frightening. It probably would easily pass the required number of state legislatures without any serious consideration of the implications.

  5. Rick Y
    April 11, 2010

    Richard Tisei will make a great LT. Gov. He has experience, knowledge and the ability to weave through the mess at the Gold Top. He is a great man and everyone should vote for him.

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