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Sen. Rob Portman, once considered as Mitt Romney’s running mate, says decision followed his son’s coming-out.
It is an affront to all of what the civil rights movement stood for, what people died for, what people bled for, and those of us who marched across that bridge 48 years ago, we didn’t march for some racial entitlement. We wanted to open up the political process, and let all of the people come in, and it didn’t matter whether they were black or white, Latino, Asian-American or Native American.
(Last week), Jon Huntsman, former governor of Utah, U.S. ambassador, business executive, and prominent conservative politician, published an editorial in The American Conservative calling marriage for same-sex couples a “conservative cause.” Reblog this photo and read more if you agree: http://bit.ly/Wd9vb9
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The first lady stepped out in a sophisticated blue Thom Browne coat and J. Crew shoes for Inauguration Day, accessorizing with a Cathy Waterman necklace. Browne, an American designer better known for his menswear, designed the coat based on the style of a man’s silk tie.
Whatever, they both look awesome..as do the girls.
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The pomp and circumstance of President Barack Obama’s second inauguration were underway Monday morning in Washington, as the president engaged in a series of quadrennial traditions leading up to his formal swearing-in on Capitol Hill.
I am a sucker for these things and always watch. Love them. And love all the hats the Supreme Court Justices are wearing. lol
Happy Inauguration Day, y’all.
Before Monday’s public swearing in, Barack Obama was officially sworn in Sunday by Chief Justice John Roberts at the White House.
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