"Excuse my language", but basically Catholic Church"homophobic teachings" are there to protect the following Catholic Church formula:
Heterosexual fucking + no birth control = producing more Catholics.
"Which of course leads to more power & money for the church".
The Catholic Church is more worried about threats to Catholic Procreation more so than any moral issues with homosexuality. "Strange considering the Church has a habit of turning a blind eye to non-heterosexual and very illegal sexual habits of it's clergy".
Hopefully this teacher has a good legal case against Mount St. Mary's and actions like this will eventually lead to a long overdue modernization of the Catholic church.
Glad to see Griffin go but have some reservations about Hays.
My understanding is Hays "does not play well with others" and liked to throw his weight around when mayor on trivial issues that had no connection with His office.
His membership in the NRA and military background make me wonder if he is just a Republican in Democratic clothing.
My fear is while being the "guy in charge" works well for a Mayor position, it does not transfer well in a position like Congressman where you have to work with others.
Personally, I think Hays can't stand not to be in politics and his running is strictly based on self gratification and nothing to do with representing the people.
"I thought the Fort Smith Wal-Mart looked somewhat empty Saturday". "Now I know why"!
I would think a person in the Sheriff's position would have more important things to worry about then trying to push pro-gun agendas.
"Picture speaks volumes" Just another Arkansas redneck educating the young in the art of becoming a redneck.
The Tea Party is really a misguided and ignorant group. The group never conducts an intelligent evaluation of the long-term effects of their beliefs and actions that I see.
Basically it's a very simple and uneducated agenda with the belief that almost any Government spending is waste.
Yep, this will be another "rallying cry" that will get them what they love most, power and attention.
What's ironic, is the Tea Party's agenda will eventually bring down or at least tear apart the political party they so depend on.
"Just an observation and personal opinion" but I think much of his conservative "backward" thinking "in part" is rooted in his military training and role as an officer.
I have known a few former military officers serving in Civilian leadership positions and all have extremely conservative views on how to run things including a limited opinion on a woman's ability or worth. (We all have seen how rape in the military has been swept under the rug)
In no way am I saying "all" military personnel think like this or trying to"bash" military personnel in general.
However, when looking at a candidate's background, all things must be considered including experience, training, and exposure that can shape a person's thinking or "misshape" as in the case of Cotton.
Really no good choice for the Senate race.
You have a military fascist who is interested in climbing the political power ladder as quickly as he can. (Is 7 months a record?)
On the other side, you have a political weakling who will easily bend to political pressure and has long since worn out the use of his father's name in the political arena.
So tired of having to cast my vote based on "the lesser evil" but I guess that's politics!
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