kingpomba, on 10 August 2012 - 11:14 PM, said:
That is low.
O-bomb-em is not our friend. Romney I'm unsure about. Biden is practical but Ryan is an evilgelical.
Maybe we should all get behind one Third Party hopeful.
Kind of in the middle, social democrat
I've seen your points, you've seen mine. We could go around in circles but we had a decent dialogue here and we quite clearly won't agree on these things even if we prolong it but its been good.
Found this the other day:
Chris, on 11 August 2012 - 02:51 PM, said:
I don't care who wins though historically, I prefer the democratic party as I am a liberal not a red neck conservative.
As for the member who wrote Romney (Mormon) is not a Christian, that depends who you ask.
I have written that a couple of times. Southern Baptists say the same, for one.
Walkin, on 12 August 2012 - 10:52 PM, said:
Yeah but what he didn't realize that the majority of americans are against gays. If he was smart, he would have given it a second thought. For example you have 10% gays, 90% straights. Obviously all the 10% gays will vote for Obama but you still have the 90%. Maybe 20% off the 90% will support same sex marriage (which I doubt, after his interview, he got alot of criticism). You still have 70% of citizens that are against gay marriage. In the end, the against-gays are the majority which will slim down his votes. This is why Pat Buchannon said Obama will lose in November.
But of course, because it's against the deceiving republican Romney, I support Obama. In most online polls Obama has the top lead. Latest results were,
Inshallah Obama wins this election. Even if he's a gay supporter, that has nothing to do with politics.
Usually, most polls are not election accurate until two weeks before the election because by that time, most people have made up their minds.
"Gay Privledges" is a political issue.