9 responses

  1. corey
    April 13, 2014

    I’ll believe it when I see the log cabins sitting together negotiating marriage equality plans

  2. Stephen
    April 13, 2014

    The story is no longer available.

  3. Priya Lynn
    April 13, 2014

    I can believe they’d drop opposition to marriage equality, but dropping opposition to abortion, that’s incredible!

  4. ChuckGG
    April 13, 2014

    The story is no longer available at the “Washington Times.” I even tried a search from their Home page – nothing.

    What’s with that?

    Sounds like a bit of self-imposed censorship. Imagine, the GOP (aka Tea Party) dropping opposition to abortion and marriage equality.

    Of course, the readership of the WT is over-the-top ultra-conservative. The Comments on various articles are just way too far out-to-lunch.

    I’m thinking this news article might be a bit much for them to swallow.

  5. Merv
    April 13, 2014

    Let me be the first to predict that this will be reversed in short order. Hatred of gay people is a core value of the Republican party. Their Christian base will not allow this to happen.

  6. plaintom
    April 13, 2014

    The proof is in the governing. The Tea Party candidates said they were only concerned with smaller government and budgets but instantly started legislating against LGBT citizens and women.

  7. FYoung
    April 13, 2014

    This is a good beginning. Thanks, Log Cabin Republicans.

  8. Ray
    April 13, 2014

    It’s not really inexplicable as to why they Times dropped the story, Timothy. That’s the way the conservatives sites roll. I read most of them every day and the have a virtual blacklist on pro-gay moves by Republicans. It’s one of the few things they’re unified on.

  9. Paul Douglas
    April 14, 2014

    It will be 30 years before I will consider voting for anyone with an “R” after their name. Tit for tat for the generation of unrepentant demagoguery waged against LGBT people by God’s Own Party. Years of deliberate lies and calumny designed to spread hatred and denigrate, should not be forgotten. As the JDL used to say “Never again!”

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