serbia95riri wrote: MonaBlissa wrote:
Titan3510 wrote:But you guys do know that this is purely political, right?
It is. But, I believe Obama is sincere.
I know 3 folks who won't vote because of his decision.
I live in the first major U.S. city with a gay mayor---and we are in the South! America
is a paradox. Most in my city don't support gay marriage, but we have gay mayor .
Wait...I don't get it
You're talking about Huston and then about South America?
No, you misunderstood her.
In the first sentence when she's talking about the South, she is talking about the southern portion of America (states like Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, etc.). In the second sentence, she's talking about America as an entire nation.
Titan3510 wrote:...but he can't seem to find the time to address the fact that the nation's crime rate is the lowest it's ever been but the number of people going to jail is the highest it's ever been.
How is that possible?
My point exactly.
What's even crazier is that most prisoners are young black/Latino men who have been imprisoned behind non-violent crime. Actual violent crime (murder, rape, arson, kidnapping, etc.) has been decreasing every year since 1990.
When you take a step back and look at the big picture, this whole same-sex marriage debate is really a distraction. An agenda that certain individuals are trying to push so that they can have their way with society.
I can't even really applaud Obama or his administration for having gay people's best interest at heart when the gesture is anything but genuine.
The Democrats have some damage control to do or else they are going to be in for a nasty surprise this November.
All this really bothers me because I really
don't want Romney to be the next president.