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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz' GOP challengers in gay-marriage controversies

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From Gay South Florida

GOP Congressional candidate Ozzie deFaria (who hopes to challenge Democratic incumbent Debbie Wasserman Schultz in November) sent a blistering email today critical of his primary opponent, Karen Harrington, who in 2009 became vice president of the conservative gay Sunshine Republicans club.....

Harrington doesn't support gay marriage either, according to her campaign website... In May, however, the conservative website RedBroward.com posted photos [one is above] of Harrington toasting the marriage of Ron and Benjamin Bullard, founder and president of Sunshine Republicans.

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Karen Harrington is gay? She just lost my vote.

John N Florida

Don't you just love it when one Republican accuses another Republican of not having enough HATE?

Alex B.

Save the drama for your Mama!

Vote for the ONLY lifelong, REAL Republican female in the race, GINEEN BRESSO!

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Alex B. I loved the video fo Gineen Bresso! Good luck to her and prayers that the good folks of her district get to know her name and values!

Laura Collins

Why are they making this a big issue. Gay marriage should not be topping the rank in issues to be discussed because there are many more important issues that need attention than this one.


going beyond the limits of same sex marriage is apparently adopted in several nations today. i wonder in Catholic countries if it will still be feasible.


this shouldnt be made as a big issue. however i agree withdebbie wasserman's view in gay marriage.. i dont think a lot of people would agree to that directly.

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