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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

2012 Elections Yield More Victories for Gay American Rights

2012 Elections Yield More Victories for Gay American Rights
The fight for Gay American Rights continues and the 2012 Elections yield major victories in the ongoing battle.

Maine and Maryland both approved gay marriage as the first two states to approve the notions by popular vote. Main and Maryland are now the seventh and eight states that allow same sex marriage in the United States.

The state of Washington also voted on gay marriage, but results are not immediately determined.

Minnesota defeated a proposed constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage in their state.

As this is still a fight, opposition is always around the counter. "At the end of the day, we're still at 32 victories," says Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage. "Just because two extreme blue states vote for gay marriage doesn't mean the Supreme Court will create a constitutional right for it out of thin air."

President Obama Gets Four More Years!

President Barack Obama Gets Four More Years

By now you already know! I think the American people know that Obama could not have possibly rebounded this country completely in four years, nor could anyone else have for that matter. To take him out of office would have been the single most unjustifiable action against him and completely unfair. Whereas the Romney campaign was lie after lie after lie, we have now a President who has for the most part delivered on his word. Nothing happens over night.

Barack Obama, make this country proud! When I am old, I want to tell people who awesome the first African American President of the United States was. I want you to be the American Hero that this country needs so bad right now! In one word: Forward!

God Bless America!

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