Monday, October 11, 2010

Finally someone speaks up for traditional values

not in my party unfortunately.
but finally in the so-called conservative party?

but it's a crazy politician who gives traditional values a bad name.

New York Governor Republican candidate Pallandino

"That's not how God created us. I just think my children and your children would be much better off and much more successful getting married and raising a family, and I don't want them brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality is an equally valid and successful option -- it isn't."

Honestly, I'll take it.

We need anybody at this point to attack the mainstream media on it's promotion of deviancy.

He is backtracking very little on the substance, but is playing a strange sort of politics against Cuomo, the Democrat seeking the offfice.

It's odd that a normal, well-accepted statement of belief is controversial, and only strange people like this guy will say them.

Democrats should celebrate the diversity in our caucus and in fact increase it by adding vocal supporters of traditional values. True we have to find them first.

People who actually promote waiting to have sex until marriage.
People who actually promote marriage as a unique institution uniting a man and a woman for life.
People who actually want men to be leaders in the home, and women to be a wife and mother above all else.
People who actually talk about the decline of civil society, and the need for responsibility, hard work, and toughness to be inculcated in our children especially boys.

...and so on.

President Obama lives most of this, but ultimately talks up a left-wing game.
Mr. President I'm supporting you for various reasons, if you stood up for the greatness of American values it would be even more enjoyable.

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