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“It would also upset most rank-and-file Republicans, who would rather our party’s presumptive nominee focus on national security, the economy and the importance of appointing conservative judges,” the pseudonymous West Hollywood resident wrote. “The judicial issue should appeal to social conservatives without upsetting independent voters. Most people would rather have legislatures than judges resolve controversial social issues.”

His reasoning: “I think most Americans are neither pro-gay, nor anti-gay, but are ‘anti-anti-gay [and] would rather that … politicians didn’t talk too much about gay issues’” and thinks focusing on homosexuals would mark a candidate as obsessed.

Contact Victor Morton at vmorton@washingtontimes.com.