Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Sure It Doesn't Matter. That's Why We're Against It.

On last week's Real Time with Bill Maher, someone mentioned an interesting result from a new survey that had just been done in Iowa, where, you might remember, same-sex marriage recently became legal. I just thought to look it up, and yep, here it is, in the Des Moines Register, via Towleroad, via the Google:

The overwhelming majority of Iowans - 92 percent - say gay marriage has brought no real change to their lives.

Of course, more than half of the Republicans surveyed still "strongly oppose" it and say they would vote for a law to ban it.

Question: How many of these people in the past few months have said, or applauded, a line beginning, "Keep the government out of my …?"

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