I will write more about this. For now, suffice to say I am not going to sit down any more and allow this kind of bigoted hypocrisy continue. People are so fast to forget their god now that the @#$% hits the fan regarding their believe systems.
“The main focus is going to be going after the Utah brand,” he said. “At this point, honestly, we’re going to destroy the Utah brand. It is a hate state.”
What a blatant, bigoted attack! Lets destroy (notice the usage of the word here, no hate in that right) the Utah brand. It is a hate (yeah, lets let the pot call the kettle black shall we?) state. Unbelievable!
The more I ponder this, the less I focus on proposition 8 and more on the hypocrisy of the special interest groups (in this case the gay and lesbian groups), and their blatant intolerance to those that may have contradictory opinions about issues that affect everyone.
I have come to realize I was a tad irate while all of this was happening. When it comes to being attacked, I take it a bit personally. Hopefully all this will all just fizzle out as most things like this do.
Its 1:25am. I am tired of listening, watching and reading about today’s protest regarding preparation 8. I have many feelings about it and have little time to compose a meaningful and eloquent post about it. So, I will let the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sacramento do it for me, I like their approach anyhow.
Another Obama fallacy, the claim that his tax plan increase on incomes of $250,000 or more is only on those that “individually” earn over $250,000. This small business owner has explained how this will affect his business. Yes, it affects you, Utahns. Even if you do not personally take in $250,000. Utah has around 236,000 small businesses. This means, of those 236,000, I would imagine most if not all bring in more than $250,000. All of you feeling Obama is on your side, he is not. He is twisting the truth.
“…when young people can all go to college, when everybody’s got decent health care, when everybody’s got a little more money at the end of the month…”
This is not the role of government unfortunately. That is the fallacy of his argument. It’s the role of government to make sure the infrastructure is there for us all to make this happen for ourselves, not for “them” to determine it for us.
At work, we receive the Investor’s Business Daily. Now, I do not claim to be an avid ready, but on occasion, I will read cover-page headlines to see what is happening in the world that day. Today, the headline read, “Why The Mortgage Crisis Happened”. This caught my attention. In the article, a chronological outline of events, since FDR, of the collapse of the housing mortgage industry. Granted, it appears to be slanted to focus on certain “characters”, so I will leave it to you to determine if what this guy is claiming is legitimate.