Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Bush Declares His Bigotry

I am sure the conservative readers will disagree, but last night in his SOTU Bush declared his bigotry towards homosexuals
Activist judges, however, have begun redefining marriage by court order, without regard for the will of the people and their elected representatives. On an issue of such great consequence, the people's voice must be heard. If judges insist on forcing their arbitrary will upon the people, the only alternative left to the people would be the constitutional process. Our nation must defend the sanctity of marriage.
His endorsement of an anti-homosexual constitutional amendment was not a shock, but was a move that will draw political lines. Bush did not even have the courage to just come out and say he was for the amendment. He instead had to use the quote above which danced around the issue and prevented him from sounding like Pat Robertson.

UPDATE: Wes Flinn Comments.
I was surprised he did not even mention abortion. Not even in passing part of a laundry list of issues. I guess he can't use that as a big issue this time around. It is a no win issue in the country. Its only value is to drive out turnout. Raising the issue will not change anyone's mind.

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