The GOP is clearly divided on the issue of marriage equality, and gay rights in general. The problem for them is that the anti-gay part of the party is much louder and they are more dependable voters (especially in the primaries). And, younger Americans are overwhelmingly in favor of marriage equality. This has not gone unnoticed among some of the party's leaders. A tearful S. E. Cupp responded to the marriage equality ruling from yesterday on CNN and said that the GOP faces the reality of becoming a relic if the party does not come to terms over the issue.
If it costs the Republican Party the next few elections, I'm perfectly fine with that. I'm gearing up for a doozy of a primary season.
For your viewing pleasure, here is the new marriage equality map that Freedom To Marry posted yesterday.
Here is their new national ad celebrating the Supreme Court ruling.
Another excellent video from Vox, "The March Of Marriage Equality".
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