We have been saying since 2002, to put the question before the voters, not pasiing it with ‘3 men in a room’ policies! Beware all who voted for this.
(CNSNews.com) – The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) released results of a survey Wednesday that shows that the same-sex marriage law passed recently in New York played a role in the Republican win in the congressional race to replace Anthony Weiner.
On Tuesday, Republican Bob Turner beat Democrat David Weprin by a 54 to 46 percent vote, and the win will send a Republican to Washington to represent New York’s 9th Congressional district for the first time in 88 years.
Weprin supported the same-sex marriage law, and voters reacted, according to a survey conducted for NOM.
“This survey demonstrates what many people have been saying for a long time – David Weprin’s vote in favor of same-sex marriage cost him election to the U.S. House,” said Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage. “NOM funded a major independent expenditure campaign in this race and the survey shows that marriage was a major factor in the race and cost Weprin the election.”