Jeff Stahler for October 12, 2014

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    Mordock999 Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Uhhhhh, THAT Sign SHOULD Read: “Democratic Headquarters.”

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    Observer fo Irony  about 8 years ago

    Is it not the Republicans who leave their signs around after the election? Oh wait that the losers who do that; the winners are too busy parting to pick after themselves.

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    Melekalikimaka  about 8 years ago

    Let the fear machine roll.

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    Jason Allen  about 8 years ago

    “My questions is, why is it solely the republicans who post their signs on public property, absent owner property and abandoned property?”I’ve had several people tell me they want to steal my neighbor’s anti gay marriage lawn sign that’s stayed up for 2 years after the election. I forbid them to do it. It’s his right to express his opinion, even if that opinion is that I should be denied my equal rights. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that it’s a daily reminder to me that his side lost and that the voters decided I should be allowed the same rights as everyone else. And, yes, I do realize that I’m being smug about his perceived bitterness.

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    echoraven  about 8 years ago

    Those dastardly republicans running those “republicans are going to take away your choice” ads… oh wait that’s democrats.

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    ModerationInAllThings Premium Member about 8 years ago

    If there is one thing that I am relatively certain of, it is that the more extremist in the gay movement do not represent the majority of gay people that want such civil unions. Just as I am equally certain that the more extreme movement among Christian Fundamentalists also do not represent the greater majority of church attending Christians. Plus, I personally am a Christian that has been married to the same wonderful woman for some 52 years now, and as I said, I have no objection to such civil unions at all, just as I feel reaonably certain that the majority of gays also do.

    Do you have actual factual knowlege of any church being forced by the majority of gays to even accept gays, let alone marry them? If so, then I would stand fully with you in opposing gays that would abrogate the seperation of church and state in such a manner! It IS that very seperation that allows people of all the various religions to live together in relative peace and harnony in this truly great country. And threats to that constitutional principle should not be tolerated from ANY group, regardless of religion or sexual orientation!!

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