Skip to comments.North Carolina’s Ban on Gay Marriage Appears Likely to Pass [Obama Loses]
Posted on 05/07/2012 8:29:53 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
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Incidentally, heard on the news that Caroline Kennedy is honoring three Iowa pro-gay judges, who were voted out of office, with "courage" awards for their courage.
I vote in a deep red precinct. At 7:30, I was voter #121. Lines were out the door.
I'll wait until the votes are counted, here, but I think that the Marriage Amendment passes, and Dems get a real slapdown.
If I may comment....
I'm a Dammed Yankee in NC, and I wouldn't change one thing about it. But then again, I'm not from NYC. :-)
Also, regarding the Vietnamese - my old neighborhood was mostly Montagnard. Everyone I talked to was more conservative than me. Most all of them were small businessmen and women, I suppose that fosters conservatism.
And finally, there was an extended Vietnamese family who lived directly across the street from me. Cute kids, and some of the most considerate and polite that I've encountered. The grandpa was a pleasant very old gentleman who didn't speak much English. He had come to America from Vietnam by way of China, and was fond of saying, "Vietnam not so good. China not so good. America #1 !!!"
Sez me, we could use more people like that.
My point was that if the gay marriage ban is enacted, the MSM will CHARACTERIZE everyone in NC as a white redneck fundamentalist Christian.
That is all.
“Libnuts will use any scare tactic to impose their warped view on the world. In Texas, they tried to tell us that our marriage amendment would invalidate ALL marriages. LOL!!!”
They must really think Texans are total morons for trying that one. Of course to liberals, lying is always justifiable if it “advances the common good” a/k/a the codeword for their agenda.
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