On Twitter, gay rights and retirement are top political issues in Minnesota

  • Article by: Alejandra Matos
  • Updated: November 2, 2012 - 11:51 AM

Twitter's political engagement map ranks the reaction and engagement triggered by tweets from both presidential candidates.

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LumpmooseNov. 2, 1212:01 PM

There's no quicker way to take 'gay rights' off of everyone's mind than to grant LGBT Americans full equality. Employment rights, marriage rights, student rights. Just equal--nothing more, nothing less. Once that happens, you won't have to hear from us anymore. Notice that "women's suffrage" is nowhere on the list, for example.

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jrock612Nov. 2, 1212:22 PM

Obviously Minnesotans have their priorities mixed up.

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jimspenderNov. 2, 1212:54 PM

Wow! Minnestoa Obama supporters on Twitter are more concerened about Gay rights and granting illegal aliens citizenship that the economy. No suprise there!

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mandypandyNov. 2, 12 2:21 PM

gays have the same rights we all do, eccept marriage. I do understand there is a lot of Cathelic closet gays out there, and I am sure Cathelics think is ok for gays to marry, but I have to remind you what your bibles say about Homosexuality. It is a sin for men to have sex with other men. Now You can repent your sin and be forgiven, thank you Jesus, but if you keep sinning further, you want be walking down those streets of gold. Homosexuality is a cancer of Humanity, and should never be aloud openly in public.

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