NJ. STATE ENDS BATTLE WITH GAY MARRIAGE.

Chis Christie ended his battle against gay marriage in his home state. Calling it a losing battle. What is wrong with these people? Doses Gov. Christie read the Bible? Or the state lawmakers there? Are conservatives caving in? What next? marriage of two or more wives or other things? That is what this is leading up to if we don’t put and end to it now! See story here.

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