Ron Paul, Libertarians are camoflaged Gay Libers...
In East Texas, at S.F.A. University students are pushing Gay candidates, on the radio saying stay out of the bedrooms! by Mark Vogl
Monday, June 18, 2012
Want to know why Paul is not doing well?
Seems the Libertarians and Ron Paul have been discreetly, quietly fronting for Gay Rights in the Republican Party! And you know what, this ain't what the GOP is about.
Ron Paul may be the most ineffective Congressman in Congress. Of 640 bills he sponsored over his long career, he has only had a grand total of one adopted into law! Only 4 even made it Committee consideration!
So he is ineffective as a leader in Washington, and now we find out his purpose is to promote homosexuality within the GOP. One has to laugh. The GOP tent should not be that big. The homosexuals have a home, its in the liberal party...so if you please, be gone.
Let's get this straight. Republicans don't care what happens in the bedroom. Do whatever you want. But everything out of the bed room, including marriage, spousal benefits, etc...are outside the bedroom and those are the ones we oppose.
One problem with changing traditional marriage is that like everything else in our society, once liberalized it will be a "slippery slope"! (Excuse the pun.) There will be no end to the changes until marriage is transferred to some kind of social contract between people providing an umbrella for free exchange of benefits, property, etc. It will be a tax shelter for the imaginative.
If Libertarians have some reasonable platform, I have yet to see it. They promote homosexuality, use of illegal drugs, and what?
Ron Paul's contribution to this campaign has been to split the anti Romney vote, to add chaos to the GOP primary, to ensure that Romney would be the nominee. Funny that Paul has done a great job preserving the status quo!
This recent Republican offensive in support of homosexuals comes out of the closet just days after Obama comes out of his. And the journey to societal collapse takes one more step down the road.
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