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11/05/2012

MSNBC's Michael Steele asks Marylanders to vote against Rachel Maddow's civil rights

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-11-05 At 12.44.20 Pm A paid analyst with the "lean forward" network is hoping Republicans in Maryland will lurch drastically backwards:

In Maryland millions of voters will go to the polls tomorrow to vote marriage equality up and down. It is very close.
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This weekend former GOP National Chair Michael Steele sent out a slate to all Republicans (it was NOT the official Republican slate) and asked them to vote yes for the casino and AGAINST marriage equality and the Dream Act. This slate was financed by interests from the casinos.

Maryland Casino Interests Stab Us In Back On Marriage Equality Ballot Measure [David Mixner]

You can take the pundit out of partisan politicking, but you can't take the partisan politicking out of the pundit. Sorry for those awkward Rockefeller Center elevator rides, Thomas Roberts.

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