In spite of the GOP's incessant claims that the economy is the most important issue and creating jobs is their top priority, what do Republicans in Virginia choose to talk about at their tea parties?
Well, maybe later ... but first a little sodomy.
A week after making the assertion that “sodomy is not a civil right,” Del. Robert G. Marshall, R-Prince William, stood by his remarks during a campaign visit to a Central Virginia tea party meeting and said being gay "cuts your life by about 20 years."To read all of "GOP Senate contender Marshall says being gay 'cuts your life by about 20 years'" at the Richmond Times-Dispatch click here.
“If sodomy is a civil right, do we have to protect it? Do we have to fund it? Do we have to teach it? Do we have to encourage it? Do we have to facilitate it?,” Marshall said in an interview Thursday after an appearance at a meeting of the Jefferson Area Tea Party. “It is not a civil right.”