Imagine you’re building a house. You’ve been working on it for ages, for years even. And before you, others came and added to it, bit by bit.
How to “call people out” by the Otherkin tag:
Hey, I can understand that. The tumblr otherkin community consists of crazies
and a small handful of paedos
I would like to clarify a few things, before I continue my regular blogging.
First things first, I don’t hate otherkin. I completely believe in...
I’ve seen more posts and heard more about things like barking, growling, howling, etc. in public.
For me, although I may...
The president can’t do jack shit about gay marriage? Did you know that’s left up to the states?
If you’re voting based on Obama “supporting” gay marriage, you’re an idiot and you’re wasting your vote and time.
Btw, before this election, Obama opposed gay marriage. You people are making this way too easy for him.
Did you know that he’s already taken actions which will make it easier for gay marriage to become the law of the land the same way that interracial marriage became the law of the land - through the court system? http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/05/obamas-legal-progression-on-defense-of-marriage-act/ Did you know that he took that action in February 2011, well before this election? Did you know that his party, as a whole, is running on a platform of legalizing gay marriage wheras the Republican party, as a whole, is running on a platform of “defending marriage” from the evils of homosexuality ? To the point that Republicans in Congress have mounted their own legal defense of DOMA after Obama’s Justice Department found it unconstitutional and declined to continue its defense? If the right to marry the partner of your choice is important to you, and you’re not voting for Obama and the Democrats in this election, you’re an idiot and you’re voting against you own interests.
Btw, before this election Romney supported gay marriage. He promised the gay community that he would be a better and stronger advocate for them than Ted Kennedy, and promised to be a champion for “full equality” for gays and lesbians during his campaign for Senate in 1994. So it seems while Obama’s views on the issue have evolved, Romney’s have sadly devolved.
Altogether, Romney and the Republicans have made our choice an easy one. Forward, for equal rights for everyone, or back to the days before Loving v Virginia when the original arguments regarding the “sanctity of marriage” were raised. Perhaps you should speak to your party’s platform writers about who’s making it too easy for Obama?