Monday, April 8, 2013 1:43:49 PM
see. it's when you tell someone they can`t believe what they want that it becomes a problem. She can believe that marriage is reserved to a man and a woman, but that does NOT make her a nazi you damn reverse bigots.
Sunday, March 31, 2013 8:14:48 PM
BTW, Smeggy, I'm not against gay marriage, and I`m not a conservative; I`m a TRUE libertarian. I don`t think the federal government has any business promoting or prohibiting marriage of any kind for any purpose.
Sunday, March 31, 2013 8:11:09 PM
Smagboy, when you come out in favor of $trillion deficits, 8% unemployment, 50 million Americans on food stamps, destroying the health care system, thinking you can create jobs by raising taxes on employers, violating the 2nd amendment, allowing the Black Panthers to intimidate voters with nightsticks, appointing communists to high-level positions, buying oil from Venezuela instead of Canada, sleeping through the terrorist attach in Benghazi, spending $billions on monthly vacations, putting terrorists on trial in NYC with government-paid ACLU lawyers and an OJ jury, expelling Christian students for not stepping on the name of Jesus, teaching first-graders to masturbate, killing babies AFTER they're born, and don`t forget, opposing gay marriage until after your last election, make sure you tell them you`re a liberal Democrat. Oh, and don`t forget to belittle their life`s work by telling them, "You didn`t build that."
Saturday, March 30, 2013 4:31:46 AM
You can be against gay marriage all you want, far as I'm concerned. Just make sure that when you speak out against it, you mention that you`re a conservative Republican. Make sure to mention it loudly and often. Anti-gay, conservative Republican. You can throw in your views on "legitimate" rape, Creationism as science, and Evolution, too, if you want, but, make sure when you do, you always mentioned your political alignment: conservative Republican. And rape. And anti-gay rights.
Friday, March 29, 2013 9:54:20 PM
Hmmm. I gotta go with Ollie on this one. Hitler was raised Catholic but was openly against it later. Thanks, HG. Also, let us not forget that Hitler wasn't the only Nazi in Germany.