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McKay Voices Concerns On Same-Sex Marriage

February 10th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Speaking in his capacity as head of the Allegany County Commissioners during Thursday’s public meeting, President Mike McKay took the opportunity to make some decidedly politically tinged comments on the controversial subject of same sex marriage. The legislation, being pushed by Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, has drawn the ire of many within the faith based community across the state- and many feel it ultimately may end up as a referendum ballot question for voters to decide in November.  McKay, a republican who routinely opens county meetings with a prayer, took five minutes at the start of last night’s session to voice his concerns. Although reading from three pages of prepared text, McKay’s voice cracked with emotion at several points as he outlined his opposition…





 

One Response to “McKay Voices Concerns On Same-Sex Marriage”

  1. February 10, 2012 at 11:16 am, jack kegg said:

    Ever since McKay was elected, he has pushed his religious views on the public. While the marriage issue does not interest me, I feel that these people who use4 public office to further their religious convictions are doing no good to those forced to leave here for employment because the job situation is pathetic.

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