Skip to comments.Gayest bridge ever? (St.Paul,MN 5-13-13)
Posted on 05/13/2013 6:32:21 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
entire Wabasha bridge this morning downtown St.Paul(both sides) Wonder hoe much the public works spent putting all these nice, new rainbow flags up? might explain your property tax rates, St.Paulites...
Never mind that . . . remember when rainbows were associated symbolically with God?
probably came out of the snowplowing or pothole budget.
definitely not the bike path budget.
MSP - The San Francisco of the Midwest
The problem is the sodomites have moved into public office. They will force their worldview on you using your tax dollars to pay teachers to teach your children to not only love and embrace gays but become one. I say it’s population control. Every gay person equals one less family and decreasing population means less resources used up. Agenda 21 type BS...
It is also the flag of the Quechua people, native people of Peru.
Eventually some snooty little African country will adopt that as their Official Flag, causing the Gay Mafia to freak out.
So what do you suppose the chances are that they’ll be replaced with the Gadsen flag next month?
Slim to none
about as likely as the Vikings winning the Superbowl, Marx Dayton being found sane, or income taxes going down in MN any time soon.
The rainbow - a sign from God of His promise to not destroy the world again, via flood, for its wickedness,
being used to represent an act that He states is an abomination to Him.
Gotta be ready for the big celebration when poofter “marriage” becomes legal. Senate votes on it tomorrow and if know this worthless DFL-controlled statehouse, it will pass.
Time to figure out how to draw my line in the dirt. I will NOT be forced into recognizing two pud-puffers as “married.”
A microscopic anally-obsesssed percentage of the population now holds the country hostage.
The landmark decision on same sex marriage will come in June (forever tainting June Brides and being enshrined in Gay Pride Month). Same as the Lawrence v. Texas decision did.
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