Defending the family

Eugene Delgaudio: "List Of Republicans Who Hate Women And Traditional Marriage"


http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/02/28/the-pro-freedom-republicans-are-coming-131-sign-gay-marriage-brief.html

With hat tip to Daily Beast website


DOMA -- REPUBLICAN
AMICI CURIAE

Kenneth B. Mehlman,
chairman, Republican National Committee, 2005-07


See this Public Advocate article for more on "George Bush's "Super Gay Traitor" Pounds Christians To Submit"

http://publicadvocateusa.org/news/article.php?article=8676

and more signers on the Anti-DOMA brief:



Tim Adams, undersecretary of the Treasury for international affairs, 2005-2007

Cliff S. Asness, businessman, philanthropist, and author

David D. Aufhauser, general counsel, Department of the Treasury, 2001-03

Charles Bass, member of Congress, 1995-2007 and 2011-13

John B. Bellinger III, legal adviser to the Department of State, 2005-09

Katie Biber, general counsel, Romney for President, 2007-08 and 2011-12

Mary Bono Mack, member of Congress, 1998-2013

William A. Burck, deputy staff secretary, special counsel, and deputy counsel to the president, 2005-09

Alex Castellanos, Republican media adviser

Paul Cellucci, governor of Massachusetts, 1997-2001, and ambassador to Canada, 2001-05

David C. Chavern, business association executive

Mary Cheney, director of vice-presidential operations, Bush-Cheney 2004

Thomas J. Christensen, deputy assistant secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific affairs, 2006-08

Jim Cicconi, assistant to the president and deputy to the chief of staff, 1989-90

James B. Comey, U.S. deputy attorney general, 2003-05

Jeff Cook-McCormac, senior adviser, American Unity PAC

R. Clarke Cooper, U.S. alternative representative, United Nations Security Council, 2007-09

Julie Cram, deputy assistant to the president and director, White House Office of Public Liaison, 2007-09

S.E. Cupp, author and political commentator

Michele Davis, assistant secretary for public affairs and director of policy planning, Department of the Treasury, 2006-09

Tyler Deaton, secretary,New Hampshire Young Republicans, 2011-present

Alicia Davis Downs, associate political director, White House, 2001-03

Kenneth M. Duberstein, White House chief of staff and assistant to the president, 1981-84 and 1987-89

Janet Duprey, New York state assemblywoman, 2007-present

Clint Eastwood, producer, director, actor, andmayor of Carmel, California, 1986-88

Christian J. Edwards, special assistant to the president and director of Press Advance, 2005-07

Lew Eisenberg, finance chairman, Republican National Committee, 2002-04

Mark J. Ellis, state chairman, Maine Republican Party, 2005-06 and 2007-09

Elizabeth Noyer Feld, public-affairs specialist, White House Office of Management and Budget, 1984-87

Charles Freeman, assistant U.S. trade representative for China affairs, 2002-05

David Frum, author and special assistant to the president, 2001-02

Reed Galen, director of scheduling and advance, Bush-Cheney 2004

Richard Galen, communications director, speaker's political office, 1996-97

Mark Gerson, chairman, Gerson Lehrman Group, and author of The Neoconservative Vision: From the Cold War to the Culture Wars and In the Classroom: Dispatches from an Inner-City School that Works

Benjamin Ginsberg, national counsel, Bush-Cheney 2000 and 2004

Josh Ginsberg, national field director, Romney for President, 2007-08

Juleanna Glover, press secretary to the vice president, 2001-02

John Goodwin, chief of staff to Raul Labrador, member of Congress, 2011-13

Adrian Gray, director of strategy, Republican National Committee, 2005-07

Richard Grenell, spokesman, U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations, 2001-08

Mark Grisanti, New York state senator, 2011-present

Patrick Guerriero, mayor of Melrose, Massachusetts, and member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1993-2001

Carlos Gutierrez, secretary of Commerce, 2005-09

Stephen Hadley, assistant to the president and national security adviser, 2005-09

Richard Hanna, member of Congress, 2011-present

Jill Hazelbaker, communications director, John McCain for President, 2007-08

Israel Hernandez, assistant secretary of Commerce for international trade, 2005-09

Douglas Holtz-Eakin, director, Congressional Budget Office, 2003-05

Margaret Hoover, adviser to the deputy secretary of Homeland Security, 2005-06

Michael Huffington, member of Congress, 1993-95

Jon Huntsman, governor of Utah, 2005-09, and ambassador to China, 2009-11

David A. Javdan, general counsel, U.S. Small Business Administration, 2002-06

Reuben Jeffery, undersecretary of State for economic, energy, and agricultural Affairs, 2007-09

Greg Jenkins, deputy assistant to the president and director of presidential advance, 2003-04

Coddy Johnson, national field director, Bush-Cheney 2004

Gary Johnson, governor of New Mexico, 1995-03, and Libertarian Party nominee for president, 2012

Nancy L. Johnson, member of Congress, 1983-2007

Robert Kabel, special assistant to the president for legislative affairs, 1982-85

Neel Kashkari, assistant secretary of the Treasury, 2008-09

Theodore W. Kassinger, deputy secretary of Commerce, 2004-05

Jonathan Kislak, deputy undersecretary of Agriculture for small community and rural development, 1989-91

David Kochel, senior Iowa adviser, Mitt Romney for President, 2007-08 and 2011-12

James Kolbe, member of Congress, 1985-2007

Cyrus Krohn, e-campaign director, Republican National Committee, 2007-09

Jeffrey Kupfer, chief of staff and acting deputy secretary, Department of Energy, 2006-09

Ed Kutler, assistant to the speaker of the House, 1995-97

Kathryn Lehman, chief of staff, House Republican Conference, 2003-05

Thomas A. Little, Vermont state representative, 1992-2002, and chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, 1999-2002

Daniel S. Loeb, businessman and philanthropist

Alex Lundry, director of data science, Romney for President, 2012

Greg Mankiw, chairman, Council of Economic Advisers, 2003-05

Catherine Martin, deputy assistant to the president and deputy communications director for policy and planning, 2005-07

Kevin Martin, chairman, Federal Communications Commission, 2005-09

David McCormick, undersecretary of the Treasury for international affairs, 2007-09

Mark McKinnon, Republican media adviser

Aaron McLear, press secretary to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, 2007-11

Bruce P. Mehlman, assistant secretary of Commerce, 2001-03

Susan Molinari, member of Congress, 1990-97

Connie Morella, member of Congress, 1987-2003, and U.S. ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2003-07

Michael E. Murphy, Republican political consultant

Beth Myers, Romney for President campaign manager, 2007-08, and senior adviser, 2011-12

Michael Napolitano, White House Office of Political Affairs, 2001-03

Ana Navarro, national Hispanic co-chair, John McCain for President, 2008

Noam Neusner, special assistant to the president for economic speechwriting, 2002-2005

B.J. Nikkel, Colorado state representative and majority whip, 2009-12, and district director for Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave, 2002-06

Susan Neely, special assistant to the president, 2001-02

Meghan O'Sullivan, deputy national-security adviser for Iraq and Afghanistan, 2005-07

Richard Painter, associate counsel to the president, 2005-07

Ruth Ann Petroff, Wyoming state representative, 2011-present

Nancy Pfotenhauer, economist, presidential transition team, 1988, and President's Council on Competitiveness, 1990

Gregg Pitts, director, White House Travel Office, 2006-09

J. Stanley Pottinger, assistant U.S. attorney general (Civil Rights Division), 1973-77

Michael Powell, chairman, Federal Communications Commission, 2001-05

Larry Pressler, U.S. senator from South Dakota, 1979-97, and member of Congress, 1975-79

Deborah Pryce, member of Congress, 1993-2009

John Reagan, New Hampshire state senator, 2012-present

Luis Reyes, special assistant to the president and deputy assistant to the president, 2006-09

Tom Ridge, governor of Pennsylvania, 1995-2001, and secretary of Homeland Security, 2003-05

Kelley Robertson, chief of staff, Republican National Committee, 2005-07

Mark A. Robbins, general counsel, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, 2001-06

Brian Roehrkasse, director of public affairs, Department of Justice, 2007-09

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, member of Congress, 1989-present

Harvey S. Rosen, member and chairman, Council of Economic Advisers, 2003-05

Lee Rudofsky, deputy general counsel, Romney for President, 2012

Patrick Ruffini, e-campaign director, Republican National Committee, 2005-07

Corry Schiermeyer, director for global communications, National Security Council, 2005-07

Steve Schmidt, deputy assistant to the president and counselor to the vice president, 2004-06, and senior adviser, John McCain for President, 2008

Adam Schroadter, New Hampshire state representative, 2010-present

Christopher Shays, member of Congress, 1987-2009

Faryar Shirzad, deputy assistant to the president and deputy national-security adviser for international economic affairs, 2004-06

Ken Spain, communications director, National Republican Congressional Committee, 2009-10

Robert Steel, undersecretary of the Treasury for domestic finance, 2006-08

Nancy Stiles, New Hampshire state senator, 2010-present

David Stockman, director, Office of Management and Budget, 1981-85

Jane Swift, governor of Massachusetts, 2001-03

Richard Tisei, Massachusetts state senator, 1991-2011, and Senate minority leader, 2007-11

Michael E. Toner, chairman and commissioner, Federal Election Commission, 2002-07

Frances Fragos Townsend, Homeland Security adviser to the president, 2004-08

Michael Turk, e-campaign director for Bush-Cheney 2004

John Ullyot, communications director, U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, 2003-07

Sally A. Vastola, executive director, National Republican Congressional Committee, 2003-06

Jacob P. Wagner, chairman, New Hampshire Federation of College Republicans, 2012-present

Mark Wallace, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, representative for U.N. management and reform, 2006-08

Nicolle Wallace, assistant to the president and White House communications director, 2005-08

William F. Weld, governor of Massachusetts, 1991-97, and assistant U.S. attorney general (criminal division), 1986-88

Christine Todd Whitman, governor of New Jersey, 1994-2001, and administrator of the EPA, 2001-03

Meg Whitman, Republican nominee for governor of California, 2010

Robert Wickers, Republican political consultant

Paul Wolfowitz, deputy secretary of Defense, 2001-05, and president of the World Bank Group, 2005-07

Dan Zwonitzer, Wyoming state representative, 2005-present

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