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Column: Can The Self-Respecting Gay Vote Republican?

Carl Szulczynski Voting for anyone who has ever voted against your own equality is a sign of self-hatred by the voter.

TruthWinsOut I couldn't agree more. I understand that some gays want smaller government and less taxation. Nothing is stopping them from trying to make some changes within the Democratic Party. To vote for people who attend conferences where a pastor advocates killing gays while they are sitting there (Cruz, Huckabee and Jindal) or for people who have stated that they will do everything they can to take away our civil rights (Marco Rubio), and all of the other candidates who want to take away our right to marry is wrong and self loathing. Don't even get me started on the reasons not to vote for Donald Trump.

Joseph Niccolini I vote republican for years…

Noted AIDS Activists Call Out Makers of Truvada For Profiteering

Daniel Nistal People are stupid or what? Yes they are profiteering. They are a corporation to make money. Do not mistake them with charity.

Frank Zurek It will never become highly effective if a majority of the people that require this drug cannot afford it. Further, instructions must be given to underscore the necessity for consistent daily use and regular testing.

Phil Lauderdale Drug companies should be allowed to make a reasonable profit and cover the costs of research and development for a new drug. However, I decry the propensity of drug companies hiking the prices of their drugs to take advantage of a current loophole in the ACA thus hedging against its eventual closure.

Rubio Vows to Turn Back Marriage Decision By Appointing SCOTUS Justices

David Harrison Hello how many of them you appointing and when? According to Article III of the U.S. Constitution, Supreme Court justices hold their offices "during good behavior," meaning for life, as long as they don't commit an impeachable offense. Qualifying infractions are defined in Article II, Section 4, as "treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors."

Jerry Robertson Oh really does that mean you'll go for a same interpretation of the Second Amendment? Didn't think so you blithering idiot.

Stefan A Solis Worse attendance record for a senator, credit card problems, lied about his family story of escaping Cuba, now he will not answer questions about his convicted coke dealer brother in-law that as a teen he built cages for his illegal exotic animal business. Now says his family is the American dream - dad worked for mafia owned hotels in Cuba & Vegas. Family did not leave Cuba during revolution but a few years before.

 


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