What's instructive is that Democrats pushing a liberal agenda bill in one of the most liberal states in the country, with one of the largest gay populations in its major city, not only couldn't muster enough votes to pass the bill, but only garnered enough votes to embarrass themselves. Continuing their strategy of incoherence, they then blamed Republicans and "political intimidation." I have no idea what this means.
I note that Democrats seem unable to count votes (perhaps they needed ACORN!), and that the advocates apparently spent so much time talking to each other that they failed to spend any time talking to anyone else.
That goes for essentially all of what Democrats put up as proposed legislation these days. It is ivory tower stuff.
What? If the homosexual proponents are all this inarticulate, it's no wonder their excuses for the failure of this bill are incoherent.
I wonder how many Democrats didn’t really want to vote yes?
Throw in the vote in Maine and maybe, just maybe, the pendulum is starting to swing back again. I think a lot of people who may have been indifferent or saw it as almost inevitable became disgusted with the ongoing attacks on churches after California last year. I know I did.
Tolerance is one thing. Having your nose rubbed in it is something else entirely.
I have heard that at least 4 major groups always help each other to advance the cause. Homosexual, women’s lib, abortionist and minority racist groups always support each other.
These groups would be in severe trouble if not for this cooperation.