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Published on Dec 12, 2011

Gay Veteran questions Mitt Romney's stance on Marriage Equality

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J. Robert Oppenheimer
I love how Romney squeezes into that booth the second his eyes see a veteran. He probably thought he would be conservative and be able to use him for political gain. Oh how wrong Mitty was!
thank god he didn't become president
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The Dragon of the Weast
What an amazing individual. To not only serve in Vietnam, but to be able to listen to Romney's honest answer and not get angry or try to question or belittle Romney's stance on the issue, like I and many others probably would have. lol
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noel gonzalez
i never been so proud of a gay man in my life, thanks for your service.
I love this man! I give him so much respect. 
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Sometimes when I'm feeling down I just watch this and relive the magic of that election cycle.
has he heard of separation of church and state? id be surprised if he knew anything being a republican.
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david rushing
love this guy he should have the same rights as anyone else. Keep standing up for your rights
Jupiter MacWillow
I've never understood what a president's personal beliefs or opinions have anything to do with the presidency. He's there to uphold the Constitution and to represent and serve the people, all the people, not enforce his beliefs on them. Why has no one brought this up? Why has no candidate ever said this? Its just baffling to me how these guys get elected and then we all have to suffer their belief systems. If Mitt got elected would I have to bow to the magic underwear? Fuck!
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Olive Brown
This made my day!
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