Thursday, May 10, 2012

Obama's Support for Gay Marriage: How Will it Help, Hurt Politically?

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Obama Supports Same-Sex Marriage: Now What?


Obama declaration "icing on the cake" of gay rights legacy - The Rachel Maddow Show (May 9th, 2012)

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We can quote the Bible too!

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You Say You Want An "Evolution" - President Obama Supports Marriage Equality

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Mr. Cantor, your culture war is my life 

Brad Dayspring, the former spokesman for the number two Republican in the US House, Eric Cantor, had the following to say about President Obama's support for same-sex marriage: Brad Dayspring ‏ @BDayspring With the economy in stagnation and crippling amounts of debt, the President seeks to further divide America by launching in a culture war.

Your culture war is my life. And isn't that...

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Why Obama's decision on marriage matters

From former Clinton official Richard Socarides last December, but still relevant: Those principles should apply when it comes to marriage rights for gay and lesbian Americans. Having the President publicly endorse marriage equality will be an important symbolic and substantive turning point. It would likely accelerate the pro-equality shift in public opinion, including in minority communities....

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Obama writes to his email list about same-sex marriage decision 

He's owning it.  That's good. [Person's first name] -- Today, I was asked a direct question and gave a direct answer: I believe that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. I hope you'll take a moment to watch the conversation, consider it, and weigh in yourself on behalf of marriage equality: I've always believed that gay and lesbian...

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Tricycle Daily Dharma May 10, 2012

Practicing Nonviolence

Nonviolence is a conscious way of acting that is based on the connectedness of all life. Violence against another is violence against one's own being, so it is futile.