View Full Version : Going straight!

12-09-2009, 05:23 AM
link (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/12/08/richard-cohen-rachel-maddow_n_385057.html)

Interesting debate. RM does what a real interviewer should do, ie ask the difficult Q's.

Q....the guy looks gay to me.

Gayle in MD
12-10-2009, 10:48 AM
He is, no doubt. Those pics of a few of the Republicans in "The Family" look gay as well, linked to this disgusting action.

The ties between "The Family" this idiotic religious fanatic, and this disgraceful, "Kill Gays" legislation in Uganda, just shows how the relentless divisive religious ideology which Republicans support, can cause what amounts to the sexual equal to genocide.

Information I have read about the Republican/religious connection to this story, about Uganda, really does repulse me, and is one of the reasons, just one of many, why I would NEVER vote for a Republican, and cannot understand how any person with any conscience could drop a single dime into a basket passed around in the Catholic church, for example!

Apparently, "Love thy neighbor" is not their philosophy. It is, "Love they neighbor, if he/she hates the same people as I hate and kills everyone who isn't just like us"....

Stunning ignorance, particularly Nancy Grace, who apparently isn't aware that being addicted is not an excuse for bad behavior.


12-10-2009, 12:01 PM
Makes we wonder exactly what values you folks on the Left do support.

Gayle in MD
12-10-2009, 12:35 PM
Equal Justice under the Law
Equal rights in the workplace
Gay rights
Women's rights
The gaurantees of privacy, self determination, freedom of speech, with its limitations of safety and conscience...and equal opportunity, for all, as we are promised in the Constitution, and the Bill Of rights
Capitalism without illegal, immoral corporate theft throught market manipulation
Government Oversight of Financial markets
The separation of church and State
The honoring of International Agreements
The protection of the laws of our land
The Constitutional requirements of the Oath Of Office
A clean, healthy environment
Animal protection
War only as a last resort
Public financed campaigns
Taxes according to ability to pay
Protection of our natural resources
Protection from invasion by foreign invaders
And a right of all Ameicans to decent affordable medical care, drugs and affordable, quality health care and insurance, for all.

We are against discrimination
Against treason
Against corruption
Against illegal foreign invasions
Against wars of choice
Against Corporate Socialism
Against religious discrimination
Against ethnic discrimination
Against fascism
Against communism
Against socialism, the true meaning of which most from the rightm, have distored
Against hate crimes
Against American dictators such as the Bush/Cheney administration
Against President's lying our country into un-necessary wars
Against allowing Propaganda to infiltrate our media
Against muder, hate crimes, rape and exploitation of the poor and down trodden
And Above all, we are against fanatical religious wannabe dictators who take their interpretation of the law, into their own hands, and murder people.
Against the Republican myth of Trickle Down economics
Against the wealthy exploitation of the work place, without gaurantees for American workers
Against outsourcing jobs
Against dictatorship, regardless of the reason

I am personally against any war which does not include the draft.
Against freeing anyone, ever, who rapes another person, as long as there is sufficient physical evidence.
Against corporate campaign donations
Against unsafe work environments, and Union Busting
Believe that child abusers, sexual and otherwise and all rapists should be subject to the death penalty.
Against political involvement of religious organizations, chruches, religions, unless they pay taxes like every other business in this country.


12-10-2009, 01:32 PM
What a crock! But I will take just one item to prove my point.

You say the left is against corruption.

So what do you think about Harry Reid putting millions of dollars for Lousiana into the healthcare bill in order to buy that one last vote they needed to move the bill forward?