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04/20/2009

Cafferty: Why are Crate & Barrel wedding registries becoming new GOP stimulus plan?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 15-72Jack Cafferty needs your help, folks. Today he's posing the question, "Why are some Republicans calling on their party to support same-sex marriage?" Head over to his blog and comment, and you might get your question read on-air:

Why are some in GOP calling for support of gay marriage? [CNN]

You have until around 6PM ET to write in, which gives you two hours at the time of this writing. It also gives Meghan McCain approximately five million more opportunities to remind gay people that she likes them.

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This is pandering and nothing more. The Republican party is still controlled by the extreme right wing ideologues. We need to see a die off of a generation before the Republican party will ever gain relevance again. That means we'll have to wait about 20 years.

By that time Meghan will be able to run for President.

Posted by: Tony P | Apr 20, 2009 9:21:58 PM

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