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Posted on 2004.18.07 at 16:02
How I feel about it all: calmcalm
Interesting article concerning the problems Log Cabin Republicans are having with Dubya and the FMA and voting their conscience.

*cheers for RI Senator John Chaffee, who voted against the debate for the FMA!*

I love my Republican Senator muchly. He actually does vote his conscience, and he voted against Dubya and the US invasion of Iraq. *loves*

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my life's so common it disappears
songdog at 2004-07-18 17:38 (UTC) ()
Good article. I knew I liked John McCain, and I trusted your judgement about Senator Chaffee. I was pleased to hear that Senator Snowe also spoke out against amending the Constitution for the express purpose of discrimination.

Something bothered me that I'd never really thought of before...the phrase "openly gay". Am I "openly female"? "openly heterosexual"? That a person must consider whether to allow a part of what defines them as a unique person to be seen by the rest of society seems very sad.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2004-07-19 06:53 (UTC) ()
Chaffee gets flak from every side for following his conscience. He also gets elected, so someone must agree with him. I don't think it hurts him that his dad was the also wonderful Senator John Chaffee.
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