Thursday, November 20, 2003
Crate Fingers Romney In Sex Blame?, and Another Romney Flip

Shortly after the SJC released its decision on same-sex marriage, RSC Strongman Darrell Crate sallied forth with a statement reading:

“While I am disappointed with today’s SJC decision on same sex marriage, I applaud Governor Romney’s common sense defense of the institution of marriage as the union between a man and a woman.

“Of course, Massachusetts would not be in this predicament today if the Democrats in the Legislature did not block consideration of a constitutional amendment defending marriage. By refusing to address or debate this issue for several years, the Democratic-controlled Legislature paved the way for today’s SJC decision to redefine marriage.” (source: Republican State Committee, “Statement from … on today’s SJC Decision on same sex marriage,” 11/18/2003)

Crate must have been out of state last March when it was widely reported that while several Romneys signed the the defense-of-marriage constitutional amendment petition, none of them were named ‘Willard Mitt.’

In fact, the Fraud Governor, who appointed Crate to his post, denounced the amendment. He had his now loathsome $150,000-a-year spokesman mewl that Ann, Jennifer and SpongeJob Tag Romney had signed the petition “without reading the fine print,” that “(Willard) Mitt did not know they signed it, and (Willard) Mitt does not support it. As far as (Willard) Mitt is concerned, it goes farther than current law, and therefore it's unnecessary.” (source: Boston Globe, 3/22/2002)

But now, according to Crate, the amendment was the bulwark against moral decay?

Ergo ... it's Romney's fault!

Strongman Crate, repeat after us, "sweetheart, get me re-write!"

(And pay your Lexis-Nexis bill. It’ll help stop you from attacking your boss in the future.)

Oh yeah, and in the grand tradition of burying our lead, RiaF is proud to announce that the Fraud Governor has flipped on the Defense of Marriage question. Last year he was agin it (see above), but now he's for it. (source: Boston Globe, 11/20/2003)

How queer is that?


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