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Taft Leads Business in Marriage Equality

Posted by labrea 7NYC (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 18, 12 at 18:55

The Great Grandson of President Taft is quietly enlisting a campaign of businesses against the Anti Equality Ammendment in Minnesota. General Mills & St Jude's have already balked at being enlisted by NOM in their efforts to gain support for the anti equality amendment.
It's unfortunate that its a matter of legislation.

Here is a link that might be useful: one step at a time

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RE: Taft Leads Business in Marriage Equality

The mention of Taft just makes me think about the oversized bathtub that they had to get in the White House for the "big" Taft's corpulent body, so I can't say anything cogent about the your post...

RE: Taft Leads Business in Marriage Equality

John Taft, Republican, is a very nice guy, funny, too. This isn't the first time that he's getting national recognition for supporting diversity and I doubt it will be the last.

RE: Taft Leads Business in Marriage Equality

That anyone, in this day and age, would want or work toward an ANTI-equality amendment just blows my mind. Haven't we passed the point where we want government to separate us? I think so. In fact, I rather think we're working toward EQUALITY for all at the federal level, because we ARE ALL equal.

Corpulence is something we should be working against...

RE: Taft Leads Business in Marriage Equality

he has a Lesbian daughter & step daughter I'm wondering without the personal responsibilities would there be any such move same for Cheney. In effect he is at war with the officia party position of his state.

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