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  •  Certainly they may be endorsed (4+ / 0-)
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    even if they oppose appeal or are uncertain, and that's understandable if they're in a tight race in a conservative state or district...but it doesn't mean I still have to give any of my money to them. There will likely be others on the list that more closely reflect my values, and I'd rather direct my money in their direction. And if most candidates fall short of my criteria (which isn't total purity; I'm willing to give a fair hearing), there are always state and local measures that need campaign funding as well, and are far more cut and dried for the most part.

    Now to try to end the wars we ask our gay and straight soldiers to fight. -- Chris Hayes

    by Cali Scribe on Sun May 22, 2011 at 05:30:29 PM PDT

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    •  I agree it's understandable. (3+ / 0-)
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      RLMiller, oysterface, alizard

      And wouldn't be happy, but am pragmatic enough to understand.

      But yeah, this Blue to Orange effect doesn't really seem like anything I'm interested in bothering with. I've had a number of people defending it by telling me gay issues don't matter or aren't important or don't rate or gays will vote for them anyway because the Republican is worse.

      I think I can find better places to park my gay dollars.

      That marriage equality opposition is led primarily by Clergy is a confirmation present law is the establishment of religion.

      by Scott Wooledge on Sun May 22, 2011 at 06:30:39 PM PDT

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