Partyline Gallery February 7, And the Post revisits — yet again — the blaming of black churchgoers for the passage of California's Proposition 8 during the election cycle. They instead went to court, and nine years later the Supreme Court tossed out laws against interracial marriage. The National Election Pool estimates from that election concludes that 70 percent of blacks in California voted against gay marriage, a far higher percentage than any other ethnic group. Voters love him in this state especially in vote-rich Prince George's County and Baltimore," he writes in a Feb.
Many [white] LGBT leaders went out of their way to ensure that these [black] activists were heard.
The Root: The Misjudged Black Vote On Gay Marriage
Stop watching this discussion. As we shift into the election cycle, marriage equality is certain to play prominently on both party platforms. The Public Religion Research Institute, for example, recently found that 54 percent of black protestants oppose same-sex marriage. The answer remains murky. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. On a state level, the almost certain passage of marriage equality in Maryland this month paves the way for an almost equally certain Proposition 8-styled battle to nullify it on the ballot.
Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Yes, he still does not support full marriage equality, but there is every likelihood that he will do so during his second term. Among all demographic groups in America, blacks remain the most opposed to same-sex marriages. As in Maine's successful marriage-equality repeal, national white LGBT leaders will undoubtedly "parachute" into Maryland to help direct the ballot battle. They instead went to court, and nine years later the Supreme Court tossed out laws against interracial marriage. Louis says as it slides into ruin Community mourns Rev.