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08/08/2007

Study: Gays like to pull levers

by Jeremy Hooper

GayvoteA new survey finds that while only 61% of Americans at-large turned out to the polls in 2004 and a scant 40% of the population cast their votes in the 2006 midterms, the gay community was strongly represented in both referenda. According to the report, 92.5% of gay men and 91% of lesbians say they voted in 2004, with the breakdown for the 2006 midterms at 84% for the G's and 78% for the L's:

Gay power [LA Times -- Top of the Ticket]

Responding to the news, the always opportunistic Democrats were overhead saying, "Hey, Republicans -- we hear African-Americans, evangelicals, Jews, Muslims, Southerners, waitresses, Hispanics, 43-year-olds, and fans of the television show "Lost" are also out to destroy society and corrupt children. So maybe you guys can spend the next year demonizing those sects too? Just a suggestion...."

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