Mitt traditional marriage Support Romney

Mitt traditional marriage Support Romney

Warm Beach : WA : USA | May 13, 2012 at 10:17 AM PDT
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Obama & Same Sex Marriage Mitt Romney & Mormon Marriage

Miperspettrale Romney, republican candidate to the presidency, received a standing ovation Saturday to a Christian university conservative, when was the traditional marriage between a man defend and a woman. Often cautious Romney with skepticism from the greater part conservative of the republican party, and in a speech to the graduates of art nouveau University in Virginia, underlined the importance of the personal belief and engagement for the family. First few day the president Usa Barack Obama expressed support for the legalization of the homosexual marriage in America. Support Obama for the people of the same sex the marriage is a controversial one in the United States, where you are been and the District of Columbia have lecterns that agree to the men of to marry other men and so are women. But 31 states forbid such marriages. A survey show that in all of the countries the reception of the marriage gay is earning the reception and is now a majority with a small margin stretches out to support of this. But the inquiry has besides revealed a political division, where democrats like Obama, the support strong the homosexual marriage, while most republican have opposed. The young voters I am also more to accept like voters of old age rejected. Obama, that should confront Romney in the elections of November, has search of to exploit this problem to excite the fans and to collect deep. But not to discuss the matter in its speech radio weekly Saturday.

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