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Equivocating or Evolving, President Obama is Wrong Either Way

Kevlar Wrote: May 12, 2012 9:41 PM
So you like what our President said but can’t understand why he changed his position. To be an authentic Obamabot, you’ll need these home tools; Tin Snips 2 Phillips Screwdrivers Large Garden Shears Hatchet
Kevlar Wrote: May 12, 2012 9:44 PM
Yes, it’s been painful…but now you can officially adopt the attitude of an hysterical man/man marriage fan.
Kevlar Wrote: May 12, 2012 9:43 PM
You must believe ‘same-sex marriage’ is the same as ‘marriage’ so you should never prove it’s different by denoting it differently. If you utter the words ‘gay marriage’ or same-sex marriage’ you’ll need to clip off your tongue off with those tin snips.
When you type or write ‘________marriage’, lift the hatchet above your head, bring it down just below the knuckle with full force.
Kevlar Wrote: May 12, 2012 9:42 PM
You must believe homosexuals are barred from marriage. Go to local marriage license application online. You’ll need to see the words homosexual, orientation, straight, love, heterosexual, want or gay. If you cannot find these words, open the hedge shears and plunge each blade deep into your eye sockets.
Kevlar Wrote: May 12, 2012 9:41 PM
You must never hear your Mother or Grandmother define marriage as ‘when a boy and girl get together…forever’. You need to never hear the multi-gender definition known by all of your ancestors. Take the screwdrivers and pound them deep into your both of your ear canals.

We know the story well: Barack Obama was for same-sex “marriage” (1996) before he was against it (2004) before he was for it (2012), although in 2008, he was apparently for it and against it (although mainly against it). Based, however, on his strong support for gay activism during his “against” years, it seems clear that he was equivocating in his public opposition to same-sex “marriage.”

But let’s say his views really were evolving, as he claims. Either way, whether equivocating or evolving, he has proven himself to be untrustworthy in this very important matter.

Let’s first consider what appears...