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Yes. More and more people switching sides. It happens at an everyday rate now. By the way, you never see people that support gay marriage switch their position anymore. Soon, the opposition will just fade away.
Opponents to gay equality will not be on the right side of justice and history as were the kla nners and women's suffrage suppressors. Why can't these people who advocate for in equality see what they are doing is wrong?
This is a non issue because it will happen. Gay rights is very popular with younger voters eventually the older voters won't be able to stop it. I think you should be able to marry who loves you. I'm married and straight and I have yet to hear a vadid arguement on how gay marriage affects my marriage.
Mr Kirk will now be labeled a Rino and booted out for having said such an unholy thing! I say congratulations Mr Kirk and good luck taking this initial step into thinking on your own!
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