There’s been a lot happening lately, huh? Here are my very quick thoughts.
All I have to say is the government has no business requiring a permission slip for anyone to enter into a marriage contract. If your church doesn’t want to marry the gays, that’s fine with me. If you don’t want to make a gay wedding cake, that’s fine with me, too. Also, the 14th Amendment.
I think it’s a waste of time and energy. You can do all you want with symbols to which you attach meaning, but you can’t change what’s in another person’s heart. There is evil in the world, and if you think changing which flags fly where will change that, you have a view of the world I can’t comprehend. Although I kind of wish I could.
Loaded my Glock and wrapped it in a Rebel flag. It didn’t do anything. I’m looking forward to the day the Supreme Court applies the same logic to firearms as it does to marriage, making a carry permit from any state legitimate in every state. I look forward to the President standing behind me on this issue.
On the President:
Just a reminder, he spent most of his political career working against the right of all people to marry, and he could have worked to make the court ruling unnecessary many years ago. But he didn’t. Quit giving him credit for it. Instead, give him credit for the continued aggressive drug war (more aggressive at the federal level than any of his predecessors, by the way) and give him credit for assassinating innocent people with drones. Every single person running for President as a Democrat has worked to limit marriage equality. EVERY ONE OF THEM.
On the Presidential race:
Really? This is as good as we can do?