Sean Kirby: “Whatever hope I had for the man is lost.”
You guys who are planning to stay away from the polls or vote for an Islamic appeaser should calm down a bit.
Gay marriage is not the hill I want to die on. Go to Scandanavia if you must get married and come back home united.
For God’s sake don’t but our children’s lives in danger because you’re in a snit.
Actually, I live in Ontario, so I can get married right here.
Any voter whose choice for President hangs on this issue, at this point in history, is shallow indeed. Jesus Fucking Christ, people.
Jeez, a liberalhawk drama queen!!!
I think this has more to do with the Passion coming out and the liberal urge to get up on that cross with jesus.
Any President who proposes something like this proves that he LACKS the leadersip to guide this nation through a war on terror. Kerry isn’t the man for the job, and by supporting this amendment, Bush has shown he is not fit to lead either.
“Any voter whose choice for President hangs on this issue, at this point in history, is shallow indeed. Jesus Fucking Christ, people.”
Nah, it could be this, plus rampant spending, plus John Ashcroft, plus a questionable drive to war (even though Saddam gone is a good thing, and that was reason enough). Plenty of reasons not to vote for Dubya. Plenty of reason not to vote for Kerry.
Jesus fucking Christ? I suppose he could, but it’d take a pretty versatile dick.
If you live in Ontario, then why is this any of your business?
“If you live in Ontario, then why is this any of your business?”
You’re right. No blogger has ever, in the history of blogging, ever passed judgment or given an opinion on something happening in another country that didn’t directly affect them.
In fact, you’ve probably never done it yourself. Nope. Not a once.
If gays can marry in Canada, what’s all this blathering about. Go to north young (or old) men and women, get married and let’s get back to the important thing of demolishing Islamoterrorism for all time.
Then get back to me about changing the marriage laws here.
Look, Kerry has already said that he would support a ban on gay marriage as long as the civil union option was open. That’s what Bush essentially said in his speech yesterday. Bush did not say he supported the much discussed proposed amendment that some have (persuasively) argued might also bar civil unions. So to despair over Bush and support Kerry, based on this issue, is idiotic.
Second, this issue is one entirely for Congress and the States. If you don’t support the amendment, don’t vote for legislators who support it, but don’t endanger the nations security by abandoning Bush.
Sean, friend I can only advise you not to vote for him this November.
It’s funny; I noticed Sean’s comment about living in Ontario, too. And then read his “any hope” blog entry. Which ends with the phrase “…but I do know for sure that I will not vote for George W. Bush.” Which begs the question…is that because you disagree with his policies (not surprising when you’re surrounded by a bunch of supercilious Canadians) or because you can’t vote in an American election?
I sure won’t be voting for Paul Martin, like I never voted for Mulrooney or Trudeau.
The issue here is judicual tyranny. I’ll support gay marriage when my legislature passes it, not when a judge tells us we must.
How can anyone accept an unelected judge making law?
I’m a dual citizen. I vote on both the United States and Canada, but live in Ontario.
RE: Some Peoples’ Children
“You guys who are planning to stay away from the polls or vote for an Islamic appeaser should calm down a bit.” — erp
…there are people who think that Islam is better than democracy.
Kinda ‘odd’ isn’t it.
But, still and all, I think Mr. Kirby does an excellent job of projecting; he thinks Bush is ‘hopeless’. Ratlional people would think the opposite.
RE: Think of the Children
“For God’s sake don’t but our children’s lives in danger because you’re in a snit.” — erp
Kirby’s post, which follows yours, indicates he has not had children yet. At least none that he claims.
There is something about having children which changes one’s whole outlook on life. You begin to actually THINK about the ‘future’; their future. Instead of how your going to get laid the next night.
Funny think that.
Maybe when he, and others around here, grow-up, in that respect, they’ll finally understand.
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