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Video: They use words like this, and WE'RE the ones who aren't supposed to 'tell'?!

by Jeremy Hooper

From last night's Republican debate:

You know, it would be so much more efficient if they would just admit that they don;t consider gay people deserving of equal footing. Because let's be honest -- that's what they're saying in their various roundabout ways. They can present our liberties as a threat to religious freedom all they want. Those of us who understand that religious freedoms are not and were never meant to be elevated above all other freedoms see right through it.

But keep up the repugnant work, GOP slate. Producers of the future documentary, "Flawed policy: How Seemingly Decent Adults Who Should Have Known Better Chose to Supported Raging Bias For So Many Years," need filler for their film.

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What they are saying is that we should roll over for people with Conservative values, because their crazy values are the "correct" ones.

They would obviously only govern this country for one group, which is a danger for the rest of the country.

Posted by: Brian | Nov 29, 2007 8:57:13 AM

Yes, that is absolutely their message, Brian. But the truly frightening thing is the success rate of said message!

Posted by: G-A-Y | Nov 29, 2007 9:06:27 AM

As much as I like Anderson Cooper, I was very upset by his lack of follow up questions especially on some of the harder hitting topics. Speaking of the current DADT policy, why wasn't the number of Arabic translators who were removed, and of which the military is now lacking, brought up. Since Romney answer to question regarding the validity of the Bible was that he believed every word, why didn't someone think to ask "then I assume you support the stoning of adulters and death for homosexuals?" Also, I found it very disheartening that it appeares as if the audience had booed the retired military man.

Posted by: edonline | Nov 29, 2007 9:12:35 AM

Oh that was great. Romney did a classic waffle right on stage. If anyone trusts that son of a bitch it'd be a surprise to me.

Posted by: Tony P | Nov 29, 2007 1:37:45 PM

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