New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Saturday that while same-sex marriage is “settled” in New Jersey, it’s not time for opponents to give up the fight. Speaking to reporters at the National Governors Association, Christie said it is not time for Republicans to drop the issue, which is entrenched in the party’s platform but contributes to the party’s difficulty with younger voters. “I don’t think that there’s going to be some major referee who’s going to say now it’s time to stop,” he said, referencing his own opposition to the unions. “Certainly I’m not going to, because these are opinions that I feel strongly about.”
If Christie believes that fighting against gay marriage is a winning battle, i have a bridge i can sell him in New Jersey…;)
via Christie: Gay Marriage “Settled” In New Jersey But Republicans Shouldn’t Give Up Fight | TIME.
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