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Online poll: Should Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen be removed from GOP leadership for gay marriage stand?

The Christian Family Coalition is running an online poll regarding U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, who several weeks ago became the first Republican in Congress to call for an end to the federal Defense of Marriage Act:

Current Polling Question

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen has come out --- for "homosexual marriage". As a Republican leader, she is bound by the party platform which supports marriage as one man, one woman. Should she be removed from her leadership position in the party?

( )   Yes, she should be removed from leadership

( )   No, she should not be removed from leadership

( )   I don't know

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Ros Lehtinen should be removed for all of her OTHER votes, especially her anti-woman votes. Marriage is one issue she votes correctly on. On the other side of the coin how about removing all the Democrats who vote anti choice in defiance of the Democratic party platform!

There is more to the office than supporting our issues. Ileana signed the GROVER NORQUIST PLEDGE! She cannot even vote to close an egregious loophole.

As one of Ileana's constituents I receive her frequent emails. I often have difficulty reading them, however, because of the steam wafting from my ears that obscures my screen.

I am extremely grateful that Ileana supports GLBT equality. Nevertheless, in all other respects she is a T-Bag. She needs to be challenged by a strong Democrat who also supports equality.

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