Cheney Supports Gay Marriage

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by drjekyllus, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. http://apnews.myway.com/article/20090602/D98IHB300.html

    "WASHINGTON (AP) - Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Monday he supports gays being able to marry but believes states, not the federal government, should make the decision."

    So how are the dems going to reconcile this one? Darth Vader himself, supports gay marriage, but their savior is against it.
     
  2. Yawn.
    No one cares.

    No matter how much ET pays you to post, things are FINALLY getting to the point in which no one "bites" or gives a rat's arse!

    You are a total waste of time.
    How are those Junior College courses coming?

    :D
     
  3. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    Are you serious?
    :D

    Do they really ever reconcile anything?

    Nope, they'll pretend not to notice, change the subject or spin and/or obfuscate some sort of bull shit and then call YOU an idiot for bringing it up in the first place.
     
  4. Seems to me that the more obvious question would be. How are the republicans, especially the neo-con types, going to reconcile this?



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  5. GTG

    GTG

    Uh...isn't the definition of a neo-con basically a socially liberal republican who's for strong self-defense?
     
  6. Since he has publicly held this view since August 2004, I guess the question has already been answered.
     
  7. I understand excessive yawning is a symptom of anxiety/depression as well as several other severe physiological disorders. Of course, you're also showing symptoms of delusion, so you might want to get that checked out before you drive past any more military recruitment centers. We wouldn't want any accidents to happen.
     
  8. So says the idiot that suffers from schizophrenia and has several aliases on ET. :D
     
  9. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    Pretty much, but that's never stopped our resident liberals from throwing the term around.





    " Neo-conservatism is a term almost exclusively used by the enemies of America's liberation of Iraq. There is no 'neo-conservative' movement in the United States. When there was one, it was made up of former Democrats who embraced the welfare state but supported Ronald Reagan's Cold War policies against the Soviet bloc. Today 'neo-conservatism' identifies those who believe in an aggressive policy against radical Islam and the global terrorists.
    The term may have lost meaning due to excessive and inconsistent use. For example, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld have been identified as leading neoconservatives despite the fact that they have been life-long conservative Republicans"
     
  10. Yes. The religious part of the GOP use to be Democrats years ago.
     
    #10     Jun 2, 2009