Sunday, June 04, 2006

bush banning gay marriage... again.

Bush backs federal marriage amendment

"Ages of experience have taught us that the commitment of a husband and a wife to love and to serve one another promotes the welfare of children and the stability of society," Bush said in his Saturday radio address. "Marriage cannot be cut off from its cultural, religious and natural roots without weakening this good influence on society."

our bush... he's so brilliant, isn't he? who isn't proud of bush's politics and presidential prowess?! I mean, wow. of course it's an absolute fact that the welfare of children rests in the hands of a man and woman being married. duh! these male-female marriages are a terrific influence on society and provide children with epic stability.

it's not like a hefty percentage of kids who come from heterosexual marriages have and continue to be victimized by verbal / physical abuse, alcoholism, and sexual abuse.

only 40% of marriages end in divorce. plus, men and women can get married and divorced without restrictions.

gee, I wonder why bush never talks about the rate of child abuse by race:
White = 51% (if I could make this flash and pop like neon on every mirror bushy reveres himself in, I would. I would. I would!)
African American = 25%
Hispanic = 15%
American Indian/Alaska Natives = 2%
Asian/Pacific Islanders = 1%

"Sadly, President Bush is playing election-year politics with this divisive issue," the Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, said Friday. "He is shamelessly using this ploy to energize his right-wing base. We should never rewrite the Constitution to ensuring intolerance."

hit the rev's site, and get involved in prohibiting this blatant act of discrimination. that link will take you right to the messages you need to copy and paste, and submit!

"The amendment would prohibit states from recognizing same-sex marriages. To become law, the proposal would need two-thirds support in the Senate and House, and then would have to be ratified by at least 38 state legislatures."

it's always so refreshing when you see a democratic nation not just endorsing gay bashing, but encouraging others to join in the fun!

"Bush said there is broad consensus in America to protect the institution of marriage."

really? that's so funny because I just took about three polls online at, and, and according to those polls, 40-47% of americans don't support signing, sealing and banning gay marriage.

dip shit. that's what bush is, and a vile, inhumane christian zealot with a fierce agenda to eradicate the constitution at every turn. he seeks to control the nation and turn it into a god fearing land of freaks just like him.


Write Procrastinator said...

I cannot remember whether it was "Politically Incorrect" or "Tough Crowd: With Colin Quinn," though I'm sure of posted about this on someone's blog and I will post about it again. A comedian on the show said and I'm paraphrasing: "Gays want to get married? In the grand scheme of things, who or what does that effect? They'll do whatever they're going to do. They want to get married like us straights? Why not? Let them be miserable just like the rest of us."

Write Procrastinator said...

Not to mention in the age of AIDS, we are not going to encourage monogamy and healthier, solid relationships? At least he's consistent in his bent on following the opposite of logic.

Can't find Ossama? Go create thousands more in Iraq, while the real one lounges in Pakistan.


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