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Kerry and queers: The end of an affair?

by Jeremy Hooper

Kerry Yesterday in Baton Rouge, LA, Democratic also-ran John Kerry publicly voiced opposition to the Massachusetts Democratic Party's decision to officially endorse 'mo marriage.

The Boston Globe quotes Kerry as saying:

''I'm opposed to it being in a platform. I think it's a mistake. I think it's the wrong thing, and I'm not sure it reflects the broad view of the Democratic Party in our state."

That's the thanks we get? Does that magical, hopeful summer that we shared in '04 me nothing to you Johnny?

::sigh:: Your move, Hillary. Please be gentle.

Democrats' platform shouldn't back gay marriage, Kerry says [Boston Globe]

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