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10/19/2012

'Why won't Mitt divide with social issues?' wonders American who's made living doing just that

by Jeremy Hooper
Screen Shot 2012-10-19 At 8.24.52 Am"Abortion and gay marriage should be helping put Romney in the White House. Instead, in his consultant-tested messaging, Romney is conveying discomfort with his own position, and in that process, he risks communicating to values voters that he cannot be counted on."

-Maggie Gallagher, ever-focused on what really matters

Gay marriage should be putting him in the White House? Gee, then I must be doing it wrong. My gay marriage just put me in a greater state of ease and peace of mind alongside the man I love, not in any kind of higher office. I simply must learn these secretive powers attached to my civil contract!!

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