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bradenton
12:59 PM on 02/27/2013
Well, a little late but still ok.
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Brian C Bock
12:47 PM on 02/27/2013
What a frigging opportunist. She was for prop 8 when it best suited her political ambitions and she ought to be honest enough to admit it. Now, it is in her best interest to be against it. Who trusts a word she says?
07:28 PM on 02/27/2013
Well, apparently not the California voters who gave the nod to Jerry.
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cwebster
predominantly exasperated
12:08 PM on 02/27/2013
This gives me hope that maybe some more people may change their minds.

"The facts and arguments presented during the legal process since then have had a profound impact on my thinking."

Maybe more will realize that their arguments against don't amount to anything rational or intelligent. Too bad it wasn't shown on TV.
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Coloradem
Christian, Gay, Democrat
11:43 AM on 02/27/2013
She should have just summed it up in ten words:

"I'm not running for anything as a Republican ever again."

Same with Jon Huntsman, Christie Todd-Whitman, Bill Weld and the rest of the Republican signers of the amicus brief.

Don't get me wrong, their support is welcomed...but it would have been even more welcomed when the ballot measures were being foised on us....
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Mikeygr
12:28 PM on 02/27/2013
good point
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124pythias
My dogma got run over by a karma.
02:19 PM on 02/27/2013
Yep. Easy to jump on a new ship when yours has sailed.
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Coloradem
Christian, Gay, Democrat
02:42 PM on 02/27/2013
Hers didn't so much sail as it sank.  And it wasn't really a ship...it was more of a dingy...
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juna
Golden Rule is all we need.
11:24 AM on 02/27/2013
This is good news.
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BriS
I didn't know I was gonna do it!
01:00 PM on 02/27/2013
Is it? Maybe. But it is, in the end, too late.
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Chris Marshall 3
11:23 AM on 02/27/2013
Still buying an epson printer even after she came out for marriage equality.
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anastasiabeaverhousen
Time wounds all heels
11:22 AM on 02/27/2013
He is so homely.
07:29 PM on 02/27/2013
Who? Jerry Brown?
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AliveInNYC
Moved on to DC but still having fun!
11:20 AM on 02/27/2013
Typical of most Republicans.

As a candidate, they pander to the far right baggers who know nothing but do vote. When they aren't running or in office, they somehow get the courage to do the right thing.
12:18 PM on 02/27/2013
To be fair, many, if not most, Democrats pander to unions, environmental groups, minority special interest groups, etc. I'm not saying that supporting any of those things is wrong, but I imagine that plenty of democrats have backed specific pieces of legislation supported by those groups that they personally didn't support. Both parties are beholden to special interest groups. It's as impossible to run as a Democrat who wants to reform unions as it is as a Republican who wants to reform big business. Again, not saying that an position is write or wrong, but party politicians aren't given much room for nuance in some policy areas, because their constituents are often myopic.
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AliveInNYC
Moved on to DC but still having fun!
01:04 PM on 02/27/2013
I'll agree with that. The Democrats pander as well.
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NAMU2010
Know Better = Do Better
11:12 AM on 02/27/2013
The GOP are realizing this is a losing issue for them.....and when added to the changing population demographics they need to cut their losses....BUT....don't be fooled into thinking it's a change of heart, because it is not......it's just a political survival strategy.
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11:04 AM on 02/27/2013
You can put lipstick on a pig, but its still a pig..
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drjay79
10:52 AM on 02/27/2013
The only real change here is that she isn't running for anything. Thinking Republicans are not against gay marriage just afraid to actually say it.
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PrairieGayCompanion
Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-na-na
10:40 AM on 02/27/2013
I wonder what she's getting ready to run for.
12:20 PM on 02/27/2013
That's just it, I think she's done running for things, unless she's thinking about running as an independent.
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BarryS
10:40 AM on 02/27/2013
Election over. Pandering no longer needed. Friends shun her for crass opportunism. Evolution to where she always were. But, unlike Obama, no one cares what she thinks (actually ever did).
Must be might painful whiplash.
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Fencik45
Are you experienced?
10:34 AM on 02/27/2013
You would think that w/ all of her money...she would do something about that hair!
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NAMU2010
Know Better = Do Better
11:17 AM on 02/27/2013
A good example why straight women need gay friends...lol
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AvatarMN
10:01 AM on 02/27/2013
It's a good thing when learning new information makes people come around. Stephen Colbert's best joke that he told right to Bush's face was when he said that "President Bush believes the same thing on Wednesday that he believed on Monday, no matter what happened on Tuesday".
12:21 PM on 02/27/2013
Was that at the correspondents dinner? If it was, that was about ballsiest thing I've ever seen.
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Mikeygr
12:31 PM on 02/27/2013
It probably went right over W's head and he had to have it explained to him later.
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AvatarMN
10:39 AM on 02/28/2013
Yup, at the correspondents dinner.