Sunday, October 24, 2010

What impact will 2010 elections have on same-sex marriage movement?

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It is fair to say that, according to the current political winds, which everyone must accept can change rapidly, that the GOP is going to do very well this November. This success will undoubtedly create a safer legislative environment for the institution of marriage and families.

Having said that, one must keep in mind why the GOP is expected to do so well this year. After all, they are not necessarily popular with the voters, either. In this way, many frustrated and angry voters will be voting Republican this year as it is the lesser of two evils.

So why are the Republicans expecting huge political gains this November? The answer to that question is what (or more likely, who) gays and lesbians can blame and conservatives can thank, for stalled legislative efforts to redefine marriage in the next couple years.

It pays to be aware of just how much of a mudslide can occur when power shifts from one party to the opposing one:
Case in point: Gay Marriage will be affected more than some would imagine:
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