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Republican New York Senator Backs Gay Marriage, Drops Awesome Quote!

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New York State Senator Roy McDonald supports gay marriage, and he doesn't care who knows it. In fact, he's pretty pissed off at people who think the situation is so easy and think they can just push people around. So he has dropped an INcredible quote on those who oppose gay marriage:

"You get to the point where you evolve in your life where everything isn't black and white, good and bad, and you try to do the right thing. You might not like that. You might be very cynical about that. Well, fuck it, I don't care what you think. I'm trying to do the right thing. I'm tired of Republican-Democrat politics. They can take the job and shove it. I come from a blue-collar background. I'm trying to do the right thing, and that's where I'm going with this."

Hell yeah!

Hearing that gets us so pumped up about the cause. It's WONDERFUL to hear someone take that kind of stance on the situation.

If only more people would realize the idea of trying to do the right thing isn't black and white. We know that not all Republicans are against gay marriage, and that there are in fact gay republicans too. We just need to hear more from them!

EQUALITY FOR ALL!!

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16 comments to “Republican New York Senator Backs Gay Marriage, Drops Awesome Quote!”



  1. 1

    yeah you get to a point of mental illness where theres no right and wrong..no good and bad…no evil. its called a an elitest vacuum



  2. 2

    Good for him. He's not pandering to the usual lunatic conservative agenda.



  3. 3

    Glad he got his thoughts out there. He should place his vote as soon as possible.
    He'll be outta job at the next election.



  4. 4

    I do love a politician who drops the F bomb! Totally agree with what he's saying, bring it on!!



  5. 5

    Yes sir. Tell it like it is.



  6. 6

    Anyone who is against same-sex marriage has their mind warped by religious superstition. Might as well be sacrificing virgins to volcanoes. Advanced countries like Canada have had same-sex marriage for years now. The sky didn't fall. No one was hurt. The world's still turning.

    The USofA needs to rid themselves of their religious fanatics. It's a country no better than the Taliban.



  7. 7

    it's a shame that in america, a politician trying to do the right thing despite his party's stance is the exception rather than the norm



  8. 8

    Re: bobo99 – He never said there isn't right and wrong? Infact, I think that's the opposite of what he was trying to get across. He just meant things can be complicated, aka not black and white, so people need to be open minded and do what they really think is the right thing. In this case, he believed the right thing was to allow gay marriage. I also liked the dropping of the "f-bomb," think it shows someones passionate about a cause which is almost always a good thing!

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    9

    Straight talk? From a politician? Rubs eyes and blinks…



  10. 10

    There is no right and wrong…when is rape right?….when is murder right, Mr. highly evolved liberal ? I think I smell a big fat RHINO!



  11. 11

    yes exactly its the right thing to do to get the bush administration and all the southern bs out of power out of peoples heads and let usa move forwards and yes i know bush isnt in office but who the hell u think is selling the weapons !!



  12. 12

    He is the man!!!!!!!!!!

  13. @v@ says – reply to this


    13

    Re: Matrix – Bait and switch. He's talking about gay marriage, not rape and murder. Your comments don't usually take things out of context and then beat the drum.



  14. 14

    ABSOLUTELY. It's about time. It's an embarrassment to NY'ers that we're behind MA and CT in this. It's the right thing to do, and anyone who can't see that or who cites their religious beliefs needs to stick it up their collective asses.



  15. 15

    LOVE IT!



  16. 16

    Re: JasonDiggy – I actually am agaisnt same-sex marriages but not for the reasons you would think. I think the term marriage itself has too many religious connotations and causes the drama. And since our country is about separating the church from the state i don't think the state should recognize marriages at all. I think it should all be civil unions, heterosexual and homosexual, and leave the religious debate about 'marriage' out of it.