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11/29/2010

Pryor vs. Future

by Jeremy Hooper

When Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal came before the Senate, only two Democrats voted against: Sen. Blanche Lincoln and Sen. Mark Pryor, both of Arkansas. One of the two, Lincoln, lost her seat in the November election, and will go back home to Arkansas come January. Mark-PryorBut the other remains in place to do and say things like this:

Pryor, who dodged my question entirely, now tells the Democrat-Gazette that he opposes repeal; that he thinks homosexuality is a sin and that he has reservations about housing gay troops with straight troops (as if this hasn't occurred forever).
Profile in courage [Arkansas Times]
(via Americablog)

Uh huh. And we think you're living a Sen. lifestyle, Mr. Pryor. You go ahead and work to "change" us, if you wish -- we're already thinking of how we can do the same to you in 2014.

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