In response to:

Of Mitts and Muslims

DUKA_PADUCAH Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 1:53 AM
will One possible reason for resistance to homosexuals in key positions is, They are obsessed with their 'sexuality' , 24/7. Just as your entire worldview comes from the Crack of Don, heteros don't think and act on their sexual life, all day, every day.
Sport-N-Wood Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 9:54 AM
Will first of if gays were to become "NORMALIZED INTO THE CULTURE" your words not mine then they wouldn't be gay any more. So where is your point ???
BSsifter Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 5:16 PM
Not all homos are male pedophiles, but all male pedophiles are homosexuals. That's enough to never let them be "normal".
BSsifter Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 5:10 PM
Normalized? You are kidding, right? How is less than 10% normal? You are a idiot and just wishful thinking. Hey Zippy, you couldn't even get your homo agenda passed in California! Let me say that again, California!

Normal my a55.
waynesteapartyworld Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:40 PM
Yes, we are obsessed with what you said in your first sentence. The militant homos, a small percentage perhaps, is intent upon getting their filthy little hands on kids minds. They would use any codification of law to force themselves into sex ed in schools and anti discrimination in employment etc... After homo marriages were made legal, next would be polygamist marriages between loving, fifty year old men and the twenty or thirty eighteen year old, consenting, adult women that they truly loved. Next would be legalized pedo relationships between adults and twelve year olds, and then finally incest perhaps. No, plenty of us think that people can f*k most anyone they want, but no law that codifies it please.
Ohso2 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 11:22 AM
The Baiting and Switching goes on and on...

Those who get a kick from human Feces are 'normal too' - and they are tired of Paying for all the Diseases they spread via Homo-Anal Perversions

Sooo - Let them get 'married' - and they can stick the taxpayers for the ongoing cost of the "Conga Line of Buggery'

And use their money to Attack Marriage, Family, and anybody who doesn't share their love for the Demicrat Lickspittle Dan Savage's "Frothy Mix of Feces & Lube"
ReddestNeck Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 4:40 AM
Nope, it turns out that black voters don't cotton (pardon the term) to f@gs. When they turn out in force to try to re-elect Obama, heterosexual marriage amendments will pass handily, like in 2008 one squeaked by in California where it was not expected to.
jkash1776 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 4:21 AM
Do you even KNOW that far and away the largest incidence of violent domestic violence is homosexuals, lesbian first and homosexual second? Ask any police officer and promise to keep it 'off the record' (with hate crimes to protect them there is NO spotlight on this) and you'll learn.

Also, poll most gays and you'll find that monogamy was NEVER a favorite of most. Last but not least, check out the people who are actively waiting to legislate for marriage with siblings, parents, multiple partners, animals and even chairs.

On the surface what seems compassionate and harmless has ramifications. Catholic adoptions agencies, which did it best for 100 years, are now closed. We are talking tens of thousands of orphans - discrimination.
tlynn Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 4:18 AM
Will, I don't think that's gonna happen. So far, when voters have had a chance, they have said NO to homosexual 'marriage'. I would be surprised to see it happen anywhere.
jkash1776 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 4:18 AM
Heterosexuals do not go to amusement parks or to parades and insist on publicly and adolescently expressing their favorite form of 'union'.

Homosexuals only HAVE an identity because of the sexual revolution. Had there been no such thing they would have been getting treated for having a sexual fixation ...as should have most of the heteros who now think chastity, monogamy and fidelity are corny.

Sexual freedom has turned into eternal adolescent hormone obsession.
jkash1776 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 4:15 AM
will, I believe that Richard himself saw it was in the interest of THIS election to step down.

The 'best' man for the job? Is there any one best man at this point?

Surely you cannot still be so naive as to think any politician merits an actual fan club. Career politicians, even those we like, are too subject to corruption unless they are planning to go in, git'r done and get out again...
apelton Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 2:44 AM
ronrontaiwan Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 2:42 AM
Duka:

I respectfully disagree. Heterosexuals act on their sexual life just as much, if not more, than homosexuals do. I mean... just look at the media. Every movie, every TV show, every music video is about heterosexuals acting on their sexual life. We see heterosexuals holding hands and kissing in public. You can drive through a normal neighborhood and see people at a heterosexual wedding gathering around a church. Heterosexual people acting on their sexuality is so omnipresent that people are desensitized to it. It's completely normal. They're NOT desensitized to homosexuals acting on their sexuality, which is why the sight of two guys holding hands causes so much animosity.
will_8080 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 2:04 AM
Richard Grenell is in a monogamous stable relationship with the same guy for nine years. Hardly obsessed with sex. You cons are obsessed with gays gaining equality and becoming normalized into the culture.

When marriage equality referendums pass by voters in November in Washington, Maine, New Jersey, and Maryland, you can always console yourself by eating a chicken sandwich. You social cons are big on chicken.

Dear Mitt: Despite the fact that I really do not trust or respect you, I have decided to give you some free political advice. I do it for two reasons: First, I would rather have a president I do not really trust (you) than one I actually despise (Obama). Second, the advisors and spokesmen you are paying are doing a woefully inadequate job of directing your campaign. Let me give you a couple of examples.

 

After the Chick-fil-A scandal consumed the country for weeks on end, you stated that you wanted to stay out of the controversy...