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The Bigots Against Marriage Equality

CommonSenseAdvocate Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 4:22 PM
The majority of Republicans also disagree. It's funny though. The 25% of Republicans with your views are not in the majority. And you wonder why Bush had approval ratings of single digits, the Republican run congress gets nothing done, mccain-pain lost in a huge landslide, the tea party is the laughing stock of the media, and there are more registered republicans, but people still seem to vote overwhelmingly democratic. Hmm...sounds like you are doing something wrong. Maybe it's the ideologies? Nah...it couldn't be that. It has to be president Obama. Might as well blame him for that too. You blame him for everything, it seems. Well, have fun losing in November...I haven't shared ideologies with this party since Barry Goldwater...
Patriot155 Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 4:40 PM
CommonSenseAdvocate Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 4:34 PM
Goldwater ran against LBJ. He was a moron. I can't stand hearing about him, and I can't stand talking about him. He was a disgusting person that used war as a way to get his agenda pushed. You know...like Bush.
Patriot155 Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 4:27 PM
Well, if you bring up Barry Goldwater let's not forget LBJ

"I'll have them n**gas voting democrat for the next 200 years"

Classic!!!

We hear it from gay activists day and night, “This is about marriage equality. We believe in marriage for all.” In reality, what most of these activists want is a redefinition of marriage that suits them alone. For the rest, they want anything but equality.

Writing in Australia, Bill Muehlenberg notes that polyamorists have challenged the Green Party’s declaration that they support “Marriage for All.” The Australian press reported that, “The Greens have declared they have a clear policy against support for polyamorous marriage as they pursue their case for same-sex marriage. Greens marriage equality spokeswoman Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has...