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SUNDAY, MAY 13, 2012  |  8 comments
Romney to urge graduates to honour commitments to family

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were trying to steer clear of the fight over gay marriage as the president jabbed at Republicans and his presumed election rival prepared for an address at a conservative Christian university.

Romney was talking about his commitments to his own family in an address at Liberty University, but did not plan to speak extensively about his Mormon faith, a religion viewed with skepticism by some conservative Christians.

The presidential candidates want to put aside politically risky talk and return to Americans' top worry — the economy — after a weeklong debate over gay marriage brought social issues back to the campaign trail, punctuated by Obama's embrace of same-sex marriage. ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
S.F. John, ah you didn't look over the URL I had posted earler?
Ben Adler wrote:
Obama's move has thrown Mitt Romney's regressive position on marriage equality into stark relief. While Obama was already the most pro-gay rights president in history, Romney is actually further to the right than George W. Bush on gay marriage. Romney not only opposes gay marriage but also opposes civil unions that offer equivalent benefits to marriage. That means Romney would deny benefits such as hospital visitation rights to same-sex couples. Bush, on the other hand, supported civil unions, and his former vice president, Dick Cheney, supports gay marriage. Romney also supports a federal amendment to the Constitution that would ban gay marriage.
excerpt from, The Nation: Gay Marriage Caught Romney Off Guard.
Yes, Liberty U., is following in some of the wrong paths that Falwell, set such as messing in politics.

Romney at least made a very clear statement that he thought that marriage was between --one-- man and --one-- woman which I would think is a renouncement of his grandfather's polygamous lifestyle?

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News Item5/14/12 11:57 AM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Mike wrote:
Two things.
1) The "wedge issue" has been brought up solely by the homosexual "community," and their friends. The opposition to redefining marriage would not exist if the "community" had not promoted it in the first place. Confusion in "The Nation"?
2) Historical account records this:
"Previously, on February 24, 2004, Bush called for an amendment which would have outlawed gay marriage, and which would have disallowed states from recognizing or enforcing gay civil unions."
Thanks for clearing that up. I was having great difficulty trying to remember any "pro-homo" policies by GW Bush (still can't think of any), but I was also unaware of your second point until now.

Perhaps what Jim means is that Romney is less tolerant of the homosexual lifestyle than Bush was. Unless Jim can cite an instance where GW Bush promoted the homosexuals' agenda.

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News Item5/14/12 7:38 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
No, choices really pundit--
"Any concerns that Romney will use gay marriage as a wedge issue to drum up evangelical voter turnout, as Republicans did in 2004, should be assuaged by the fact that Romney clearly hates talking about social issues. He has complained that he was forced to talk about them too frequently in the last campaign, and he has been known to begin answers to questions on social issues in debates by saying that instead of that subject he should be asked about the economy." quotation from, The Nation: Gay Marriage Caught Romney Off Guard.
He's at least not as pro-homo marriage as the President Baby Bush was.
Two things.

1) The "wedge issue" has been brought up solely by the homosexual "community," and their friends. The opposition to redefining marriage would not exist if the "community" had not promoted it in the first place. Confusion in "The Nation"?

2) Historical account records this:
"Previously, on February 24, 2004, Bush called for an amendment which would have outlawed gay marriage, and which would have disallowed states from recognizing or enforcing gay civil unions."

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News Item5/13/12 10:49 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
a political speech is one thing, but a religious one, speaking the name of Christ with another meaning???......
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News Item5/13/12 7:53 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
Shame on liberty college for giving this man a podium!
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News Item5/13/12 7:52 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
What's going on with any 3rd party candidates? Sorry. I know everybody says he is the lesser of 2 evils. I don't agree. I can't vote for a man who thinks Jesus and Satan are brothers.
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News Item5/13/12 2:50 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
No, choices really pundit--

"Any concerns that Romney will use gay marriage as a wedge issue to drum up evangelical voter turnout, as Republicans did in 2004, should be assuaged by the fact that Romney clearly hates talking about social issues. He has complained that he was forced to talk about them too frequently in the last campaign, and he has been known to begin answers to questions on social issues in debates by saying that instead of that subject he should be asked about the economy." quotation from, The Nation: Gay Marriage Caught Romney Off Guard.

He's at least not as pro-homo marriage as the President Baby Bush was.

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News Item5/13/12 10:43 AM
pundit  Find all comments by pundit
As Shakespeare wrote (Hamlet)
"To queer or not to queer that is the question" -
For America this next election.
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