Talking Points

June 7, 2006

Mass Indignation over Gay Marriage

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 1:36 am

Many are angry over the Senate debating a constitutional amendment defining marriage between a man and a woman – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

The debate facing the senate has a small to no chance of passing, but many in the country are outraged that it is even taking time in a debate.

After President Bush spoke his peace on the matter, Democrat minority leader, Harry Reed, rushed to the Senate floor – he slammed Republicans for debating the marriage amendment, instead of other issues, such as high gas prices.

The Washington Post reported that Americans are solidly opposed to same-sex unions, and then complained that the latest foray on this issue has dismayed Democrats and gay-rights advocates alike.

And predictably they blame Bush for using a wedge issue to re-gain political momentum after setbacks from Iraq, and Hurricane Katrina.

 Now, lets say for arguments sake that Liberals are right – that politics are at work.  And we are supposed to be angry that politicians are using politics in a political election year? 

After you liberals used Hurricane Katrina – the biggest natural disaster in our history as a political race-card wedge issue; how about House Democrats voting to make illegal immigrants felons and then blaming Republicans for it?

Harry Reed wants to talk about gas prices, how about debating ANWAR again? 

Now the media regularly leaks classified intelligence to terrorists.  Democrats play politics over the entire war on terror after 3,000 Americans died, and you liberals expect dismay over a gay marriage debate?!

Well, for get it! Sorry to disappoint you liberals, but we are fresh out – the dismay department is closed.

 And that’s the memo.

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1 Comment »

  1. It’s interesting that the senate is debating over something that God said NO to thousands of years ago. HE is the highest court and HE has the last word. What is the problem here? It’s not rocket science.

    Comment by Shirley — June 7, 2006 @ 2:39 pm | Reply


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