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The Prime Minister has come out in full support of gay marriage, saying he'll vote to legalise it.
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1/08/2012 2:03:56 a.m.
It appears Key will end his career wondering whether he should have stuck with his conscience on this one. This is a no-brainer really; we have civil unions and the argument against them was that it would be a slippery slope. It didn't take long now, did it?
Key, grow some manhood and shake off the few voters on the middle left who will judge you in the booth for dodging this. A vote for gay marriage will be following in the footsteps of the last National Titanic Jenny 'the sinking Ship' Shipley. It took ten years to claw back from that error in judgment.
31/07/2012 11:11:30 a.m.
Craig Young wrote:
It's good to see that all three major party leaders- National, Labour and the Greens, as well as the Maori Party, Mana Party and United Future all support marriage equality.One is left wondering about ACT's John Banks, although I can probably guess the reheated Rob's Mob that is New Zealand First's reaction.
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