Tuesday, October 26, 2004

One Week and counting. Hey, stop snoring

All the Bush blather about “marriage being between a man and a woman” was nothing more than a ruse to con gullible Christian voters and disguise the president’s personal support of civil unions. Just days before the election, Bush spoke approvingly of civil unions. I wonder if Focus on the Family, Concerned Woman for America, Robertson, Falwell, The Christian Coalition, and the rest of the lapdogs on the evangelical right will muster even muted criticism of Bush’s caving to the radical homosexualists. I won’t hold my breath. Here is the president in his own words:

"I don't think we should deny people rights to a civil union, a legal arrangement, if that's what a state chooses to do so. ...

"I view the definition of marriage different from legal arrangements that enable people to have rights. And I strongly believe that marriage ought to be defined as between a union between a man and a woman.

"Now, having said that, states ought to be able to have the right to pass laws that enable people to be able to have rights like others," Bush told ABC's Charlie Gibson in an interview broadcast Tuesday on "Good Morning America."

"So the Republican platform on that point, as far as you're concerned, is wrong?" Gibson asked the president, to which Bush replied: "Right."

Speaking of Focus on the Family, in their ceaseless shilling for the president they are reporting that crime is down across the nation. Indeed, John Ashcroft says that "Americans are enjoying unprecedented safety." For another look at "disappearing" urban crime, check out this Nicholas Stix article.

Now the army wants woman in combat areas. Aren’t you glad you voted to restore honor and integrity to government? For more on the heresy that undergirds this nonsense, click here.

John Kerry is dumber than George Bush. I have no comment.


Blogger Mrs. Blessed said...

I found your blog via the Homeschooling Revolution, and am really enjoying reading your well thought-out posts. I look forward to your analysis of the election. As much as it pains me, I think we paleos have been sent a clear message from the electorate, along the lines of "We like Democrat-lite! Tastes great, less filling," and I don't think the neo-Cons are going anywhere any time soon.

~~Blessed Wife

7:53 PM  
Blogger Darrell said...

I had no idea that Izzy linked to my blog. She is obviously a woman of discernment and fine judgment. You are correct that the Neos aren't going anywhere. In fact, if press accounts are to be believed, everyone OTHER THAN the knaves and liars that dragged us into war will soon be departing.

Alas, you are also correct that liberal Repbublicanism is now the mainstream. Paleos have effectively been marginalized.

3:42 PM  

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