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Sen. Paul: C'mon, Obama's Gay-Marriage Views Coudn't Have Gotten 'Any Gayer'

anonymous18322 Wrote: May 14, 2012 1:32 AM
The most rational reason of all, is my desire to be spared the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah, I do not judge you, I judge the thing, this thing could lead to the destruction of us all, as the sin belongs to the US as a community , as a Nation///
b_niles57 Wrote: May 14, 2012 9:45 AM
That's the LEAST rational reason I've ever heard. You are talking about a parable about two cities that may have existed, and may have been destroyed for a variety of reasons, one of which may have been excessive sodomy by it's population. Maybe. Yo may have rational reasons, but worrying about S& G dosen't count as rational.

With Team Obama constantly pulling rhetorical sleights-of-hand with the mainstream media, especially with Obama's ostensibly "evolved" ideas (a.k.a, quadruple flip-flopped political interests) on gay marriage this past week, I find it moderately refreshing that there are still federal politicians capable of a little straight-shootin' real talk. At a dinner in Iowa last night, Sen. Rand Paul yet again demonstrated his aptitude for cutting through the blather and offered up his succinct take on the political realm's recent gay-marriage themed events:

GOP Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) on Saturday blasted President Obama's decision to endorse same-sex marriage, mocking...