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Super Bowl or Gay Equality Bowl

Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 4:21 PM
15% IS large when you consider that the real proportion of self-described homosexuals in the general population is somewhere around 1-2% at most. And, yes, something is very, very wrong with the way this current world works when a miniscule minority can call the shots. My biblically informed opinion is that it is the influence of the "prince of this world" combined with God's own "strong delusion" sent to those who refuse to obey, as prophesied.
Recovered Lib Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 8:19 PM
I agree 100% with your opinion.
Andy544 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 6:38 PM
I honestly do not believe this country HAS 'quite a few years' without radical change in direction, on a number of fronts... social and economic
Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 6:13 PM
I hope you're right, Andy. But "quickly" in political terms is still quite a few years.
Andy544 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:16 PM
(continued) from the smoking, rudderless hull of the GOP, and begin to challenge BOTH the RINOS and the Socialists for the 'helm' and 'vision' of where this country needs to go from this point. The 'marriage' of the Tea Party and the GOP RINOS is a sterile, loveless match that will produce nothing of value or life for this country....
Andy544 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:14 PM respond to your 4:27 pm post:

The Republican Party came quickly into being in the late 1850's because of the absolute inability/unwillingness of the Whig Party to deal with the slavery dominated Democrat Party in the pre-Civil war political scene. The GOP's 'birth' did not take 'a decade or more'. What WAS required was the realization on the part of people with political will and vision that the 'old way' (the Whigs) was no longer working. The GOP now, 150 years later, like the Whigs of the 1850's, does not have the will or vision to deal with the Socialist challenge of the Democrats. The BEST thing the Tea Party conservatives, and like-minded folks could do, at this point, is to disengage and disembark (continued)

Is it too much to ask that the focus of this Sunday be on football and not on “gay rights”? Will I be branded as a homophobic bigot for daring to make such a request? (I can answer that already: Yes!)

Last week, Fox News ran the headline, “Baltimore Raven linebacker [Brendon Ayanbadejo] uses Super Bowl spotlight to promote gay marriage,” reporting that, “Hours after Ayanbadejo’s team beat the New England Patriots on Sunday, paving their way to football’s biggest game, the three-time Pro Bowl special teams player wrote an email to gay marriage proponents asking how he could use...