Report: Likely GOP presidential candidates are seriously anti-gay




From ThinkProgress:

Since 53 percent of Americans — including a 53 percent of white Catholics and 57 percent of nonevangelical Protestants — now support marriage equality, Republican presidential candidates who speak out against gay initiatives risk positioning themselves at the very extreme end of political spectrum. Yesterday, my CAP colleagues Noel Gordon and Jeff Krehely released an interactive of the likely GOP candidates’ positions on LGBT issues. As it turns out, all of the potential GOP hopefuls are firmly outside the American mainstream.


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