Would you liberals be fighting for the right to marry anything within 10 years?

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    Do you liberals see yourselves fighting for the right to marry anything within 10 years? Honestly, who's it to government to tell anyone who or what they can marry. Any form of governmental control over your lives is the same as another. Right?

    Can you envision yourselves fighting for such one day?
     
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    No.
     
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    No. At the rate the GOP is self-destructing and the population is changing, the Democrats will be a 1 party ruling group in 10 yeas, and all the left wing ideals will simply be the norm.

    You right wingers over-reached the last 4 years, and committed social and political suicide.
     
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    So it will be a lot like it is under Castro and Chavez?:doubt:
     
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    Who knows. Maybe.

    But if it is, its the GOP's own fault. They took a radical, arrogant, snobbish campaign stance, and it costed them, and us, dearly.
     

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