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Herman Cain joined Tim Pawlenty in his refusal to sign The FAMiLY Leader’s “Marriage Vow”:

“I stand firmly with the FAMiLY Leader and share their vision and commitment to supporting traditional values in American society.

I am, and will continue to be, an ardent defender of traditional marriage and will work to preserve and protect the sanctity of human life, which I believe begins at conception.

While I commend their intent regarding the pledge, I believe my stated position encompasses their values without the need to sign the pledge.”

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1 comment
  1. What a dumb power move to try to force someone to sign an empty pledge!  This is a frank attempt to manipulate other candidates for no other reason.
    A man or woman of principles does not demonstrate that through signing a worthless piece of paper.  He/she lives it. Or not.

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