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McCain's Wife Believes In Marriage Equality!

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If only we could get this kind of response from our First Lady!

Cindy McCain, mother of vocal marriage equality advocate Meghan McCain and wife to Senator John McCain, has come forward as part of the NOH8 campaign to take a stand for marriage equality.

We couldn't be more pleased to see Cindy take part in this issue because her support proves the one point we've always tried to promote. This is a human rights issue. It has nothing to do with being a Democrat or Republican. It is about seeing AMERICANS treated equally by law!

Bravo, Cindy! Welcome to the cause!

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122 comments to “McCain's Wife Believes In Marriage Equality!”

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  1. 101

    Re: Bozstone – Wow,ignorance at it's peak, wow.

  2. 102

    Re: Bozstone – Yes we need religous advice from someone with a hooker in a bikini with an uzi on her avatar,yes you sound so sweet and religous person,you inbred hate-infested redneck hypocrite.

  3. 103

    Does anyone else think her eyes look scary in this picture?

  4. 104

    You're a self serving bastard who will go back to saying horrible things about her the first opportunity you get. You're using her notoriety to try to push your own agenda & it's pathetic.

  5. 105

    well, maybe now you'll quit making fun of her.

  6. 106

    yeah if these bitches got the white house their mouths would be shut on this issue…they wouldnt even go near it what a joke

  7. 107

    Re: ommmz – WTF are you talking about how MO is so instrumental to this country? WTF has she done? Cindy may have her own issues, but she has donated MILLIONS of dollars to charities all over the world and has visited orphanages and poor countries and helped them out with money and such. So, STFU about how great MO is. I have NO respect for the Obamas, especially MO. Being a military wife, she pissed me off with her statement way back about how she understands the sacrifices of the military family. BS!!! Where was her husband over Christmas? Oh, he was WITH his family in Hawaii (never mind the bomber issue) my husband spent 2 years in a row gone for Christmas. She doesn't understand SHIT about the military families.

  8. 108

    Re: knowitall
    Yes we need religous advice from someone with a hooker in a bikini with an uzi on her avatar,yes you sound so sweet and religous person,you inbred hate-infested redneck hypocrite
    ???? LMAO!!!! YOU calling me a REDNECK??? u obviously have NO idea who i am. U just MADE my day!!!!! :)

  9. 109

    Re: YUCK – ——– who wrote the dictionary? Who empowered a dictionary writer to determine what is or is not marriage? Dictionaries are continually adding new words, new definitions and revising outdated meanings. This is one of them. I am sure you will see revisions in Webster's and the like in the future regarding the definition of marriage.

  10. 110

    Is this craziness?! Or purely strategy… I think if a republican candidate were to jump on board the 'Marriage Equality' train (and republicans accept it), the party would be unstoppable… me thinks -shrug-

  11. 111

    Re: knowitall – WOW is right knowitall … btw this pic is from perez's site, and that other crap u called me? i'm STILL laughing my a$$ off! Thanks again!!!!!

  12. 112

    Re: YUCK – You're stupid. The definition of marriage has changed throughout the years. In Egypt gay marriages EXISTED. Marriage is whatever we define it to be.

  13. 113

    Re: Bozstone – Sorry…but I still say its not religious. I believe in God, but I don't believe in the Bible and all its readings because it was written by man first off and over time, opinions and views do change and therefore the meanings of words change over time. I would never say anything bad about a religion someone else believes in, so why would we use that as an excuse to deny a person's rights? Marriage has everything to do with what you believe your committment to another person means. When I got married, they didn't ask me to define my religous beliefs in order to get married. Why should we do that to people of the same sex? This is a civil rights issue…not a religous one. And thanks to you for also being respectful! ;)

  14. 114

    Re: Bozstone – Again….GOD didn't write the Bible. MAN did. Not knocking it for those who believe….but I have to respecfully disagree with the religion issue.

  15. 115

    Re: Bozstone – Not really. You can go to a court and be married right there…..no religion required. :)

  16. 116

    Re: U_SUCK_DONKEY_DICKS – She may not have been a military wife, but what is so wrong with her saying she understands? Sounds like no matter what she does, you will have a reason to bash her. But this first lady has done quite a bit so far with charities, children, confronting obescity in kids, promoting healthy eating like with the White House garden. Being a military wife, I'm sure you do have your struggles and problems…. at least she can try to understand. Her husband is the one trying to end this shit so your hubby can come home. The previous guy was the one who CREATED the WARS your hubby was sent off to. Just sayin. (And I truly hope he comes home soon safe.)

  17. 117

    Re: Bozstone – No, not fair in the least. Have you never heard of Brown v. Board of Education? So-called "separate but equal" is inherently unequal and has no place in our society. What would be fair is if the document that you get from the courthouse or county clerk were a civil union, regardless of whether you are a heterosexual or homosexual couple. Whether or not that civil union counts as a "marriage" in the eyes of God would be at the discretion of your church. It's either a marriage license for everyone or a civil union for everyone. Anything else violates the principals for fairness and equality in our nation.

  18. 118

    I know most of you know that a person's opinion about someone can change based on that someone's behavior. This is elementary to understand, or you would all still be drinking milk from your mother's breasts. So your stance that Perez's, or anyone else for that matter, decision to criticize Cindy McCain for being against equality during the last election is poor. She has changed her stance and he has taken this into account. Change is peace.

  19. 119

    Re: YUCK – Your logic is inconsistent and more importantly non-existent.

  20. 120

    granted, Man has added to the requirements of marriage, but the actual thing itself was created by God for all the reasons it lists in the Bible, making the act itself religious and i think one term used is "holy union" (there's a better one used, but I cant think of it right now) … in fact, i would have no problem getting married in a church but not filling out man's required documents. imho, that would be ok w God.
    yes, the Bible was written by Man - but either you believe it's contents/messages or not. and there are versions that i'm not so sure are accurate (incl. the popular King James Version) - but there are some parts of it that translate to the same thing in all languages (marriage being one of those topics)
    man's laws have rly changed the landscape of things (and not for the better most of the time…).
    All the additions of man's influence on the act of marriage itself is ridiculous - but i absolutely believe it's SACRED and God's law. (and so in my mind, religious to the very core) - even if u can get married in a courthouse (b/c of man's influence) doesn't take away from the meaning and sacredness of the act itself…
    again, just imho :)

  21. 121

    Re: EnumaElish – sorry, but those are man-made laws. i believe in equal rights 4 all, but not at the expense of God's laws. if u make me choose, i choose God's laws over man's laws. if u want to be equal, civil unions do that - now it sounds like ur deliberatley going after the actual sacredness of marriage itself just to change God's laws… . u dont change God's laws to be "politically correct".

  22. 122

    oh and when i say "you" or "ur", i'm talking figuratively and collectively, not personal…

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