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She enjoys reporting and writing on race, gender and inequality. Cindy McCain made headlines and drove conversation in the blogosphere this week by posing for an ad supporting gay marriage. Her daughter Meghan McCain, who also posed for the ad campaign against Proposition 8, has been an outspoken proponent of gay marriage for years. But this is the first time Cindy McCain has publicly taken a stance so contrary to her husband's platform. She's not the first political spouse to represent a different opinion from her mate on a controversial issue.
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Oftentimes in an election season, you hear the familiar cry from disillusioned voters that there really is no substantial difference between the two main candidates. In this election, that isn't the problem we face. A read-through of the platforms of the two parties and the policy proposals of the candidates quickly calls out their starkly different beliefs of where this nation should head. In particular, on the topic of LGBT Rights, the difference between the candidates could not be more stark.
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Running a distant third in national polls, Romney used a campaign stop in New Hampshire to challenge McCain's support for stronger border security paired with an eventual path to citizenship for some of the 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States. Also, in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, the former Massachusetts governor criticized Giuliani for his moderate stands on abortion, gays and gun control -- even though Romney expressed similar views in previous campaigns. Romney began a series of appearances in New Hampshire, the first presidential primary state, by targeting McCain on immigration.
By Ed Koch - July 23, Republican presidential candidate John McCain opposes adoptions by gay parents. Last week in an interview with The New York Times he stated, "I think that we've proven that both parents are important in the success of a family so, no, I don't believe in gay adoption. I believe it is easier for a child to grow up in a home with two loving heterosexual parents, because it saves the child from the occasional unpleasant experience of having to explain why he or she has two mommies or two daddies.