Gays in the closet, fine.
Gays kissing in public and clamoring for “gay marriage” and pushing
their agendas on me and my business and my house, FUGGEDABOUDIT!!!
Get out of my face with that, ok?
As for Christie, the moslem loving, gun banning, gay marriage “conservative”, I want nothing to do with him.
Allowing the gays to open up at CPAC resulted in what seemed to be gay dominance.
know we lost 2006 simply because the public perceived that the
Republicans were overrun with homosexuals. They, the public, don't vote
for homosexuals in the Republican party ~ at least not knowingly
So, how many times can you lose 2006 before you figure it out.
if the gay folks want to give us money, and write fawning articles
about our candidates, or even vote ~ all of that's fine. We do not want
to have them identified as chief spokespersons for our candidates, nor
do we want them to be our RNC chairmen or women or whatevers.
They keep their distance we'll be writing tax laws that protect the rich guys ~ but they gotta' stay back.
There should be no disagreement on this matter.
"I don’t have a problem with gays. I have a problem with agenda driven gays."
An agenda driven by commie scumbags with an indeterminate percentage of homosexual involvement.
"Also, CPAC is chockablock with speakers who have a limited future -- or even a limited past -- in the Republican Party."
Yeah, people like Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz and Allen West. /s
--- I know most of you are aware, but in case you're not, the /s means that the poster was being sarcastic. Which means he thinks that Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz, and Allen West are examples of people who have a long future or long past in the Republican Party.
I for one am glad that the "C" in "CPAC" still stands for Conservative.
Christie does not, alas, qualify. And since social conservatism is the
basis for all conservatism since it teaches us the difference between
right and wrong, CPAC is better off excluding those philosophies which
destroy the traditional family unit.
CPAC is right to ban gays. Any group that defines itself by a certain sex act has no place at a political conference.
The non-conservative sector of the GOP, the part we call the GOP-e, can
call upon little more than 15% of the Republican vote, and then most of
that is in states where we regularly lose.
What the GOP-e has done is
to hunt up and corral wealthy former Democrat donors. They have
misrepresented themselves as being the legitimate core of the party. The
donors give them the money in the mistaken notion that they are real
The result is we end up with a Romney and not a real
Republican candidate for President, and a series of folks who run for
senate who get plenty of money but who can't win.