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Nasty NY Fight is Over

Posted by labrea 7NYC (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 14, 12 at 11:20

The party abandoned him & the campaign was nasty on so many level but what do you expect from turds.
New York state Sen. Mark Grisanti, one of the four Republicans who tipped marriage equality into the win column, has won his GOP primary despite ferocious opposition from the anti-gay hate group NOM, who earlier this year pledged $2 million to unseat every one of those four GOP state Senators.
A Flyer put out to attack him last week.

On the Independence Party line, Grisanti won 68 percent of the vote over Marie C. Clark, good for him.


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The one thing that can't be bought in politics, it seems, is class.


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  • Posted by kwoods Cold z7 Long Is (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 14, 12 at 11:31

Grisanti is an interesting guy. Dem turned Republican, against it before he was for it... ever evolving... would love to hear the real story of how he came to that vote.


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That's rich, coming from NOM, who have fellated the Kochs [sic] for years.


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At least in speech David Koch is for marriage equality how his funding goes may be another story.


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LOL, Circuspeanut.

Yes, it's really about following the money trail underneath it all.


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I missed this! Excellent news!


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Talking about fellatio, Monica has a book coming out...


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Ew. I will not be reading that book, either. Who ARE all these people that need to read gory details?


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Not me!


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