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« Reply #50 on: July 18, 2007, 05:17:55 pm »

South Dakota's was bizarre how (honest question)?  It was just restrictive and the 2006 mood in non-southern states just seemed to have shifted.  Also, Oregon's vote was in 2004.  I doubt Oregon currently opposes gay marriage more than Colorado.  It may have even failed by this point.
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« Reply #51 on: July 18, 2007, 05:24:26 pm »

South Dakota's was bizarre how (honest question)?  It was just restrictive and the 2006 mood in non-southern states just seemed to have shifted.  Also, Oregon's vote was in 2004.  I doubt Oregon currently opposes gay marriage more than Colorado.  It may have even failed by this point.

I don't know....there seems to have been a balence forged.

In South Dakota. NO civil unions are allowed...not even for straight couples.

Also, according to Survey USA in 10/06-

Liberals and Conservatives- National average is 20-29 (according to the 2000 election)

Oregon- 21-26
Colorado- 20-29 - about a 4 point spread

Pro-Life - Pro-Choice

Oregon-  37-59
Colorado - 35-61 - about a -4 point spread.

There is also a 6 point spread between the places in party identification and indies approve of Bush slightly more in Colorado.

and Bush's approval was 38 in Oregon and 39 in Colorado.
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« Reply #52 on: July 18, 2007, 09:41:50 pm »

That would be a funny thing- If Fred Phelps ran a anti-gay marriage campaign called "X state Hates Fags"- like "Colorado Hates Fags" or "Ohio Hates Fags" and if Eminem (before his reconciliation with Elton Jon) held rallies where he raped about hating fags.

Wait, did he rape the fags while he talked about hating them?
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« Reply #53 on: July 18, 2007, 10:54:30 pm »

That would be a funny thing- If Fred Phelps ran a anti-gay marriage campaign called "X state Hates Fags"- like "Colorado Hates Fags" or "Ohio Hates Fags" and if Eminem (before his reconciliation with Elton Jon) held rallies where he raped about hating fags.

Wait, did he rape the fags while he talked about hating them?

I know he raped his mom in his song... I mean rap-ed as in rap. I don't know if he was a raper or rappist.
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« Reply #54 on: July 31, 2007, 08:48:38 pm »



Democrats pick up seats in:
New Hampshire
Virginia (if John Warner retires)
Colorado
Minnesota
Oregon

No Republican pickups, but they come very close in Louisiana.
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