Like a cockroach scurrying for cover when the light goes on, House Majority Leader Skip Stam (R), seeing the moral bankruptcy that he has wrought with Amendment One on the ballot, tries to tell the Fayetteville Observer that he actually wanted a kinder, gentler (presumably only anti-gay) ballot initiative, but that he was pressured by a national hate group to use the language people will see at the polls.
You can now add Fracking to the Legacy of Paul "Skip" Stam. When Legislator Carney accidentally hit the wrong button during the Fracking override vote, House Majority Leader Stam used a procedural motion to prevent the Bill from bei... Read Post
It's time to boycott North Carolina "Different things can be treated differently if the things or people are in a very different relationship." --North Carolina House Majority Leader Paul "Skip" Stam (R), referring to gay and lesbia... Read Post