"If Senator Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) thought bucking his party and endorsing same-sex 'marriage' would endear him to the masses, he's got another thing coming. Redefining marriage may be all the rage now, but that's no match for the real rage of voters later. Asked in a new Harper Poll (sponsored by the Conservative Intelligence Briefing) if they would be more likely to vote for a candidate who 'changes his position and comes out in support of gay marriage,' the vast majority (47%) said they would be less likely--a 13-point lead over those who said they would be more likely (34%). The bottom line? Chasing fads is fine in fashion, but bad in politics--especially if you're a Republican." - Hate group leader Tony Perkins, who does not understand the meaning of the words "vast" and "majority."
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