If you are gay and/or believe in big government, you need to vote for President Obama. If you aren’t and don’t, you need to vote for Mitt Romney. It’s that simple.
America is broadly committed to define marriage as between one man and one woman, and will stand up in November and not accept an unbiblical definition of marriage.
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Obama was against “gay marriage.” Now he is for “gay marriage.” He wants the gay and lesbian votes.
Obama’s support of gay marriage came just in time for Thursday’s Hollywood lovefest to suck up another $15 million in campaign contributions from George Clooney and friends.
I’m just waiting for someone to say Obama would have been braver to defend traditional marriage – because, of course, so many states have amended their constitutions against traditional marriage.
Obama will change his mind to anything that he thinks might get him another vote. That’s change we can believe in.
With the Catholic, Mormon and Baptist churches around the country spending so much money supporting anti-gay legislation in so many states, isn’t it time we label them political groups and start collecting taxes?
I don’t believe that the Republicans have declared war on women’s rights, but I’m convinced the Obama Justice Department has declared war on the state of Arizona.
Truth is stranger than fiction. Rutgers was awarded $153,407 in stimulus money to research pesticides in zebra fish. If you stay awake nights worrying about zebra fish, that’s fine. But if you are offended when government squanders our money, vote to throw the bums out.
Someone said Abraham Lincoln was a conservative Republican. This is not accurate. Conservatives care more about property rights, whereas liberals support human rights. When he freed the slaves, he was definitely a liberal. Republicans trying to own Lincoln fill the rest of us with confusion, because they don’t get this.
Now that the price of gas is falling, Republicans have stopped talking about the price of gas.
I predict that within 10 years of being built, the Southfork development will be in front of government bodies again with its hand out wanting more money. That area couldn’t even keep a Big Lots store open.
Imagine what our lives would be like without a reliable supply of electricity to power our homes, offices and industries. Nuclear energy already provides one-fifth of our energy needs, and new reactors could power future generations.