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Same Sex “Marriage” Comes to Maryland and Maine

November 7, 2012


HERE’S the Wall Street Journal’s report on the approval of same sex union measures by narrow majorities in two states. These represent the first successful ballot initiatives for homosexual “marriage” in the country. Results for Washington are still not in. Minnesota voters declined to approve a constitutional amendment for traditional marriage.

Brian Brown, of the National Organization for Marriage, said, “The only thing this says is that in deep blue states, gay-marriage advocates can win—barely.”

The largest base of support in Maryland was among voters under the age of 29 — in other words, among the self-centered young who have not raised children and are relatively indifferent to their needs.

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