Saturday, May 12, 2012

Obama emulates Nixon

"Strassel: Obama camp's slimy trolling into a citizen's private life..." (WSJ, May 10,2012): First a Romney supporter was named on an Obama campaign website. That was followed by the slimy trolling into a citizen's private life.

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"In February he wrote a long reply, publicly stating that he has "many gay friends whom I love and respect"

Dennis Prager writes, "I am close to a gay man -- and his partner -- who lives in the heart of San Francisco. This man is a major fund raiser for Republican candidates. And given his homosexuality and where he lives, his Republican activism is quite courageous. He should be regarded as a major asset to the conservative cause."

Nowhere in any of the any of recent Church leaders laments about same-sex marriage can you find a single reference to the word "sin."

All of this, and people are surprised when the Christian position is seen as bigotry? "Gays are wonderful, I love and respect them..." and I want to actively limit their lifestyle options based on the fact marriage should only be about kids? If we think that will fly, we are fools. Gay marriage is most alarming as a component in the normalization of homosexuality, not as any "threat" to marriage in a nation where marriage is held in only casual esteem. If we have to trip over ourselves in our rhetoric ti prove we like gay people, they have already one the battle.

Ralph Roister-Doister


If you listen to Obama's speech patterns, they resemble those of no president so much as Richard Nixon. I am not kidding. Must be a lawyer thang.

Pertinacious Papist


Without a teleprompter especially, I could imagine that, Ralph. Otherwise, President Obama-Messiah may give the impression of being a tad smoother.