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Discussion in 'Politics' started by mandym, May 9, 2012.
I doubt it.
Unless (yep, adding this) Obama and his crew keep pushing gay marriage. They are playing with a highly divisive issue that only young voters care about changing. Swing voters aren't really thrilled about it right now.
I think alot is riding on the SCOTUS decisions in June.
If Obamacare is overturned, and the Arizona immigration law is upheld, it could mean a huge defeat for Obama in November.
Well, well...with the President's announcement today this just interesting.
Oh goody, now we have two gay rights candidates. I wonder if Romney or Obama carries the bigger purse.
I believe that if Romney campaigns on the economy and debt he could win in a landslide. If the election is close the democrats will steal it, just like they did in 1960!
Obama or Obama-lite...America still loses.
Mitt Romney, who fought the legalization of same-sex marriage when he was governor of Massachusetts, said Wednesday that his stand on that “tender and sensitive topic” had not changed.
“I have the same view that I’ve had since running for office,” the presumptive Republican nominee for president told reporters at a campaign stop in Oklahoma City.
Romney spoke hours after President Obama announced his support for same-sex marriage, a move that could have a significant influence on some voters in Virginia, Iowa and other presidential battleground states in November.
“Benefits and so forth of various kinds could be determined state by state. But my view is that marriage itself is a relationship between a man and a woman, and that’s my own preference. I know other people have differing views. This is a very tender and sensitive topic, as are many social issues.”
I think sensitive and tender is the wrong word. The reality is that we have two major Presdiential candidates who promote something that is tearing this nation apart. How could any Christian take such a stance? Thats right, neither one is a Christian.
That is right, exactly. The results of this election make absolutely no difference.
He would have to campaign onthe economy, because he is as big of a moral dengenerate as Obama.
You know, if they could prove that Kennedy stole the 1960 election, Nixon could have become President in 1961. That way, he could have resigned in 1967 instead of 1974 for being a crook.
A couple of questions for you. Should be easy enough. You say there is no difference between the candidates.
Is Obama for raising taxes or for lowering them?
Is Romney for raising taxes or for lowering them?
Is Obama for increasing the size/scope of government or for decreasing it?
Is Romney for increasing the size/scope of government or for decreasing it?
Pretty much agree, however...the one thing that matters IMHO is SCOTUS.
Bader-Gingsburg is really close to retirement and I don't she's got four more years left in being able to serve. Also Scalia is getting close as well as Kennedy, not to mention Beyer. There is a lot at stake with the Court, and that is really about all that matters.
Ditto. The question is if Mitt will make good sound conservative picks. This is one area dubya did us good.
Romney doesn't promote gay marriage.
In fact, the great liberal Huffington Post is all in a huff about it:
Nixon chose not to contest the election for the good of the country. Fortunately President Bush chose differently.
You are wrong about Romney's morals but even you can make a mistake.
Laughed out loud at that one!
Regards - hope all is well with you and yours,
(....actually it was 'Sore Losermen' who contested the election.....)
Very well said. Because "Christians" voted for Obama in 2008 we have Constitution haters Kagan and Sotomayor for 20-40 years
Read his record on gay rights, abortion, gun control, and government run health care. Before you do that, take off your rose colored Republican glasses. Be a conservative. Conservative and Republican are not synonyms.