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If Republicans Are So Intensely Worried About The National Debt?From Politics Forum:
If Republicans are so intensely worried about the national debt? Where were they one, two, five, or ten years ago. Even when in the majority, haven't seen any GOP candidate (except Ron Paul) get serious about the debt. Most ran on a social issues platform (national defense, gay marriage, states rights) but did nothing to negate the annual deficits? Why is that?
Answer: [O'Neill said he tried to warn Vice President Dick Cheney that growing budget deficits-expected to top $500 billion this fiscal year alone-posed a threat to the economy. Cheney cut him off. "You know, Paul, Reagan proved deficits don't matter," he said, according to excerpts. Cheney continued: "We won the midterms (congressional elections). This is our due." A month later, Cheney told the Treasury secretary he was fired.] http://www.ontheissues.org/2004/Dick_Cheney_Budget_+_Economy.htm
What Do You Think Of The Westbrook Baptist Church Protesting The Funerals Of The Kids Who Died In Newton?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
What do you think of the Westbrook Baptist Church protesting the funerals of the kids who died in newton? They claim the kids deserved to die CZ Connecticut is a pro-gay marriage state.
Answer: It's the worst thing I've heard in a long time. What kind of people picket the funerals of innocent children? How have they got anything to do with gay marriage anyway? They probably don't even know what it is. I will never understand BC or the deep-ridden problems within the church and its families. I try to accept everyone and appreciate each person's own opinions but Westbrook Baptist Church are hateful and insensitive to the extreme, and I cannot accept that. Whatever their views, hate will always be wrong under any circumstances.
How Do You Feel About The Courts Decision And Why?From Sociology Forum:
How do you feel about the courts decision and why? This week the California Supreme Court voted to lift the ban on gay marriage stating it was unconstitutional. Strong opinions have been shared from both sides of the aisle.
Answer: Even though I'm heterosexual, I was really thrilled about the courts decision because, as they said, they need to insure that all citizens have equal protections under the law (if you disagree with that, you're in the wrong country) and the only way to enforce that is to either ban all marriages or grant same-sex marriage. I don't care whether or not your religion endorses homosexual marriage, but when you're LEGALLY married, you have a LOT of rights and privileges that come along with it (over 3,000) and it's unconstitutional to deny those rights and privileges to anyone on a discriminatory basis. And that's exactly what the courts said (did any of you actually read the details of their decision??). The argument that the courts "abused their power" and "wrongfully ignored popular vote" is absurd if you understand American government. It's the (supreme) courts' job to decide whether or not the laws hold up to the constitution. If a law is unconstitutional, it never should have been voted on in the first place. This is called "checks and balances" - the three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial) work separately and sometimes override each other to maintain integrity in law. The vote was from the legislative branch but the judicial branch overrode it. This happens ALL the time, and it's a very important part of political science. It's easy to forget I guess if you haven't thought about it since it was first taught to you in the Th grade. One article that I read had a tiny little blip with ALTO of meaning behind it. It said that the courts did not rule out the possibility of removing the *word* "marriage" from ALL state-sanctioned unions, both heterosexual and homosexual. This is my favorite solution to the gay marriage debate - if it weren't called "marriage," it wouldn't have religious connotations to so many people, and since the state grants rights to people who are legally married, totally separate from any religious meaning behind that bond, there needs to be a different word for state-sanctioned unions. Churches should grant "marriages" to whoever they want - man and woman only if that's their religion. The state could call the legal bond for all couples "civil unions", as long as they come with equal rights and protections for both heterosexual and homosexual couples. To further clarify the language problem, here's my answer to another YA question (best answer): http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtBg6YhIx6_LBZaNSnKHisvty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20080413101210AAPfDGb&show=7#profile-info-lDxiRA4Zaa In conclusion, this issue isn't about who you think should and shouldn't be together. It's about making sure all people are equal under the law. Period. Thank you, Chief Justice Ron George, Justice Joyce Kenna rd, Justice Kathryn Wordage, and Justice Carlos Moreno!!! Edit: By the way, the idea that the decision was made based on pressure from the gay community is also very false. The court's primary influence was the history of interracial marriage. Chief Justice George, a republican, is no stranger to ignoring political pressure, which is essential to being a good judge: "The political repercussions of who I am going to please or who I am going to displease is not something I think about...I just put it out of my mind." http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_9343475?source=most_emailed
What Do You Think Of Gingrich'S "Marriage Is A Sacred Institution" Reply?From Elections Forum:
What do you think of Gingrich's "marriage is a sacred institution" reply? Newt when asked about gay marriage stated he was against it because he felt marriage is a sacred institution. This coming from a guy that was married three times and, still married to wife two while going with wife three. Yet, he has the gall to say marriage should be regarded as sacred? This guy other than Paul should be the most politically savvy of the group. How could he make such a statement?
Answer: He's a joke. I wonder how his daughter feels that statement. She is a lesbian.
Do You Think Gay Marriage Is Inevitable?From Politics Forum:
Do you think gay marriage is inevitable? someone pointed out that ever since Massachusetts became the first state to legalize gay marriage, states have been legalizing it at approximately one state per year. If we keep up this pace, then by 2055 gay marriage will be legal nationwide. On the other hand, in the early S's states were legalizing interracial marriage at an average of one every five years, and even that eventually happened nationally.
Answer: It will work much the same as interracial marriage. Some states will do the right thing on their own, and eventually the courts will force the rest of them to.
Do You Think Gay Marriage Is Inevitable?From Politics Forum:
Do you think gay marriage is inevitable? someone pointed out that ever since Massachusetts became the first state to legalize gay marriage, states have been legalizing it at approximately one state per year. On the other hand, in the early S's states were legalizing interracial marriage at an average of one every five years.
Answer: I do think eventually gay marriage will become legal, but I don't think it is happening as fast as you think. Many states where it was mandated by a legislature or court, it has been overturned in direct elections.
Does Sarah Plain Disagree With Her Running Mate?From Elections Forum:
Does Sarah Plain disagree with her running mate? She didn't like that McCain was not using Rev.Wright, then she disagreed with him pulling out of Michigan. Recently, she stated that she does not agree with the tactic of using Recalls, she also disagrees on McCain's stance against gay marriage, stating that she supports a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, a proposal John McCain voted against in 2004. Although some disagreement is healthy, how many more things will they disagree on, and what does that mean for their ticket?
Answer: She disagrees with everyone. Very few people can stand her at all.
Is Your Vision For America In Line With That Of Ba rack Obama?From Government Forum:
is your vision for America in line with that of Ba rack Obama? high taxes, gay marriage, state controlled health care, and a large government? I am Canadian and will not be voting, I am just curious as to how ABM is perceived
Answer: I would rather have them than. The flip flopper you want.
What 9 States Are Legal Gay Marriage States?From Marriage & Divorce Forum:
What 9 states are legal gay marriage states? So, thereafter, what is the top pro-polygamy pushing group(s) in such states now?
Answer: No one is pushing for polygamy. At least no one with any credibility is. It's just something that people talk about endlessly on the Internet.
Have The Arguments That Opponents Of Gay Marriage Stated, Applied To Canada?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Have the arguments that opponents of gay marriage stated, applied to Canada? A country that legalized gay marriage 5-6 years ago? Has marriages between adults, children, and inanimate objects become legal? Have families been demolished? Have straight marriages come to an end because of gay marriage? Has the foundation of Canada's society come crashing down into oblivion? Has Canada been engulfed in hellfire?
Answer: No way!!! It's made Canada a way more awesome place to live! =D
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