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Another Dem Senator: Come to Think of It, I'm Also for Gay Marriage Now

Hardrock Lausanne Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 1:58 PM
And you do need regulations and limitations. It's how the natural world works. What in nature is not regulated by an external, governing force? All things must be, and that includes our politics and our economy. Even God set up some regulations, external governors in the form of the ten commandments. You can't let things expand and behave without limitations.
ppotts Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 3:45 PM
I don't think name calling is on the list of commandments set forth. You should read that list of ten and also read revelations in the bible, thats always some good reading for someone who thinks they are the one who is safe.
ppotts Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 3:43 PM
If you deny that certain lives have more validity than others, your not thinking straight. its theoretically nice to say they are but if you live in a real world you know they are not in actuality and if you say you do all that traveling and socializing and your life is pretty free then we know you again are not facing reality. You may think its free but maybe you are one of the parasites instead of one of the worker bees, that could explain your fog.
Hardrock Lausanne Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 3:09 PM
Ugh, ok. This is just getting childish. It's been real, sir.
alphonsejones Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 2:58 PM
so your "girlfriend, "george" agrees because you 2 are fudgers that makes you hetero

but you are more then sympathetic, you are defending them as admirable simply because they are perverts that you admire
Hardrock Lausanne Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 2:45 PM
Besides, you're the one criticizing me. I'm not the one calling you names. What does that say about which one of us is more likely to end up in hell?
Hardrock Lausanne Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 2:41 PM
I am not convinced that MY life is superior - I just think that ALL lives are worth valuing equally, if you're religious or gay. It's a shame that you think certain lives are more valid than others - the very definition of disparity. You are trying to tell a specific group of people "no"; I'm not doing that. And you should check your assumptions. I do have a girlfriend, but that doesn't stop me from feeling sympathetic towards gay folks.
alphonsejones Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 2:32 PM
you are a total imbecile and it comes as no surprise you are also a homo and like every other prog, you are convinced you live a superior life
Hardrock Lausanne Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 2:22 PM
My life's pretty free. I got myself a top-notch education without much hardship, I travel when I want, where I want around the world, I am free to have fulfilling social relationships, I have a great roof over my head, I read the books I want to, etc. I can't speak on the Green Jobs thing (I don't know much about it), but I do agree that it is a growing development sector that could yield some great products/jobs once the proper infrastructure has been laid down. That's the hard part, the infrastructure.
alphonsejones Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 2:10 PM
and imbeciles like you can't live in a free country that is under the thumb of govt hires regulating your pathetic life

imbeciles like you need to let go of your socialist indoctrination and learn to think on your own.

Messiah hussein's flacks have written thousands of new regs and the economy continues to fail

so remind me loser, despite your messiah's promises that the green energy scam by itself would create 3.5 million new high paying jobs, exactly where are these jobs and why have those companies who received billions of dollars all gone belly up

Allahpundit's tongue-in-cheek pool is dwindling, as another "evolving" Democrat has hopped aboard the same-sex marriage bandwagon.  This one's a bit of a surprise, though.  North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan, who's widely considered to be one of the most vulnerable Democrats up in 2014, is taking the plunge:
 

Sen. Kay Hagan backed same-sex marriage Wednesday, comparing her decision to Senate colleague Rob Portman’s recent backing on the issue. “Marriage equality is a complex issue with strong feelings on both sides, and I have a great deal of respect for varying opinions on the issue. After much...