Social conservatives say no to GOP silence on LGBT issues

09/28/2010 | Washington Post, The

Some Republicans say they worry that the party's continued vocal opposition to marriage equality or military service by openly gay troops will limit its future appeal to today's youth, but other party activists warn that that could cost the GOP its base of socially conservative voters. Log Cabin Republicans Executive Director R. Clarke Cooper says he doesn't expect the party to become a champion for gay rights overnight, but he is asking that anti-gay political rhetoric come to an end.

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