Thursday, October 26, 2006

NJ Gay Marriage: Will it stir up the fundie vote?

Frankly, I don’t give a rat’s ass anymore.
"Hot button social issues have come alive again. ... The
Iraq issue had taken away from the social issues that religious conservatives wanted to focus on
," said Scott Keeter, director of survey research at the PEW Research Center.

In the not-too-distant future these people, who have exerted all this energy and wasted so much money fighting against the so-called "gay agenda," are going to wake up in a world of problems so deep and complex, we'll be fortunate if we can pull ourselves out of the mire.

Whether two people of the same sex decide to marry has absolutely nothing to do with the day-to-day lives of those who staunchly oppose anything resembling equality for all Americans. What does impact us all, and what we should be discussing includes:

The National Debt

The War on Drugs

The War in Iraq

Job Growth

Jobs Going Overseas

The Housing Bubble

Election Reform and other voting issues

The Health Care Debacle

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"Nothing less than the future of the American family hangs in the balance if we allow one-man, one-woman marriage to be redefined out of existence.
-- Dr. James Dobson, Focus on the Family

If the fundies want to make the "hot button" issue about who I've chosen to spend my life with while expressing little or no concern for real issues, then pardon me if I don't shed a tear or have a fucking ounce of sympathy when your job is outsourced overseas, you cannot afford health coverage for your family, your sons and daughters are blown into fragments in Iraq because "it's better over there than here," or your president digs us into an economic hole of eternal darkness.

So, go ahead; base your motivation to vote on the NJ decision. Then carry on about your pathetic lives enjoying
nonsense crap like this, pop open a piss-weak cold one, and see if I give a shit what you with your ignorant blind faith have allowed to happen.
"I may not feel comfortable with gay marriage but society is not going to implode if gays can marry. I'm not losing any sleep over it," Tom Nutt, a Dallas-based pilot, told Reuters in an interview in a coffee shop.

Society may well implode. It definitely has nothing to do with gays marrying and absolutely everything to do with the preponderance of rampant crassitude.

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