Open up a thread the next time a gun regulation, abortion expansion, or LGBT rights/marriage/discrimination issue come up, and see if only Libs respond!
I also doubt it was Libs that made the anti-gay Indiana pizzeria owners millionaires, via GoFundMe ...
As long as homosexuals continue to be persecuted, jailed, terrorized, and killed all around the world - then issues regarding homosexuality will not be a finished issue. This forum isn't just about Americans.
However it is possible to discuss and focus on more than one pressing issue. So I'd say all of them.
I would vote marijuana legalization as the next big issue, simply because it is currently following a similar track as same sex marriage. Numerous states have started to legalize marijuana to different degrees and the majority of the US public now supports marijuana legalization and the alteration in public opinion has followed a similarly rapid alteration as that experienced for same sex marriage.
I have an answer for everything...you may not like the answer or it may not satisfy your curiosity..but it will still be an answer. ~ Kal'Stang
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There are lots of big issues for America, but by far the most controversial and "biggest" issue going forward will be climate change and what the socialists and wealth redistributers at the UN are pushing and those on the left who are pushing for the carbon tax/carbon credits corruption that is deemed the savior. It holds the strength and prosperity of western first world nations in the balance.
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
As to the next issue - the election year is coming; if the GOP don't fabricate an issue, the Dems surely will!
I'm thinking that after it's decimating off-year election performance ('14), the 'War on Women' may have run it's course for the Dems. But 'Benghazi' seems to be a perennial favorite for the GOP, so I think we'll see a lot of that!
Not what the OP was looking for, but with all the advertising & organizing dollars the parties have, they'll probably push-off any issue the citizens have. As we know, "money is speech", and the people as individuals generally don't have as much of it, so the Parties will do most of the talking next year (as usual, but more-so).
I might try to argue that their ant-ssm does not preclude them being anti-gay.
Or, they may argue their not making the cake is not due to their even being anti-ssm, but merely adherence to a religious doctrine.
But regardless of the technicalities of their specific discrimination, it would appear they might be conservative, which was the point of my post.