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Marriage and Political Experience

Jobe Wrote: May 10, 2012 1:30 PM
Hey, Lib at Heart: I dont give a flying flurry what two gays do in the privacy of their humble abode. They can insert and excert with every convexity and concavity , every protruberance and orifice that they own. And when they get done, they still won't be married. Let them get another word for their fun because "married" is taken. Perhaps they could call what they do dundersnatch, or booglution. It is not now, nor will it ever be MARRIAGE.
Kim D Wrote: May 10, 2012 11:36 PM
That depends on how you feel about God, morals, family and culture.

Roy323 Wrote: May 10, 2012 10:22 PM
Jobe-And are you finalizing your dissertation with *There, I've said it and that's all there is to it and we're not gonna talk about it anymore"? Actually I agree with everything you said-I just don't get *all fired up* over the issue because it truly is NOT a matter of concern to me! Maybe it should be?
Former NPR and current Fox News political analyst Juan Williams made an excellent point Monday night on "The O'Reilly Factor." Williams said the major reason President Obama had not endorsed same-sex marriage is because of the strong opposition to it in the black and Hispanic communities.

Who could have doubted, though, that the president favors expanding the definition of marriage to include gays and lesbians?

Vice President Joe Biden brought this divisive social issue to the forefront of the presidential campaign with his comments Sunday on "Meet the Press." Biden said he is "absolutely comfortable with the fact...