The Religious Right  

mustang1960a2 56M
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6/7/2006 7:33 pm

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6/11/2006 6:21 pm

The Religious Right


So I guess Gay Marriage will maybe bring out the conservative vote. I was wrong. I have trouble understanding why. It seems such a silly thing to me, and I'm a Conservative. But I'm the "Bi-Conservative" so I guess I miss some stuff.

I guess some people take some things more serious than I do.

If it helps the party I'm up for it, I have no intention of marrying a man; I'm a closet freak (I even have a few girl friends). And my Country matters more to me than my own little concerns.

And what is so bad about defining the difference between "Marriage" and some kind of "Union" ? It's a legal thing about insurance and inheritance I guess.

But I still wonder how manny of the Senators, from both parties, like it both way's.

Jeff

RevJoseyWales 69M/66F
14393 posts
6/7/2006 8:53 pm

More than you'd like to think. The Republican Party is extremely gay. Approximately 50% of the American population is male, and they've been fucking us up the ass for 6 years. What does that tell you.? Also if you notice , they are the ones all up in arms over gay marriage. Could it be that they are afraid of it? Why? perhaps they secretly want it. They do seem to have an inordinate interest in gay sex. Probalby time to come out of the closet. joe

"McVeigh had the right idea, wrong address."

"This ain't Dodge City, and you ain't Bill Hickok."


mustang1960a2 56M
49 posts
6/7/2006 9:11 pm

This is my experience too! More than half of the Gay men I meet are conservative and almost all of the Bi men. Perhaps I just meet up with people I like. But I'm not sure that the sample is representative.

I'm not gonna be the Gay/Bi advocate but perhaps we/I need one.

Who could run as a gay conservative ? And win ?


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