[internetworkers] Marriage and religion
rthigpen at nc.rr.com
Fri Feb 6 09:50:15 EST 2004
Diana Duncan wrote:
> Hey, by the way...isn't the Republican party supposed to be the "state's
> rights" party?
the Republican party does indeed give lip service to primacy of state
and local governance, as long as this stance serves their other policy
if at the moment you're discussing, say, Utah and land rights, the GOP
is all for state's rights.
if on the other hand you're considering Oregon and right to die, or
California and medical marijuana, the tune changes considerably.
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