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Steve Lonegan on Families & Children

 


Marriage is the greatest institution; no kids for gays

The two clashed sharply on just about every issue, including gay marriage and abortion. Booker said he supports same-sex marriage, saying "We are all equal under the law."

Lonegan said "marriage is the greatest institution made by man" because "it's about the children." Asked whether he believes gay couples should have children, he quipped: "That would be a biological phenomenon." He then added: "I have mixed feelings about that."

Source: Newark Star-Ledger coverage of 2013 N.J. Senate debate , Oct 9, 2013

Stand up to elite who look down on your values

As Governor, Lonegan will turn around our liberal state courts by selecting conservative judges who will reverse left-wing court decisions.

Steve Lonegan stands up to the politically correct elite who look down on your values, your families, your neighborhoods and your way of life. His values are your values. He understands your problems, because he shares your problems. He's for us, because he's one of us.

Source: 2013 Senate campaign website, loneganforsenate.com, "Stands" , Jan 22, 2009

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