Wednesday, June 28, 2006
It's James Dobson - On CNN?
Ugh, CNN has let retarded James Dobson from Focus on the Family , probably while he strokes off his super secret, undercover boyfriend. (Come on, you all know he’s a closet case)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) -- On June 7, the U.S. Senate voted for a second time on an amendment to define marriage in the U.S. Constitution as being exclusively between one man and one woman.

Again this year, the amendment failed to pass by a wide margin, falling 18 votes shy of a required two-thirds majority. The final tally was 49 in favor, 48 opposed.

Rarely has there been a greater disconnect between members of the Senate and the American people who put them in power. With the help of the media, which laid down "cover" by claiming voters didn't care about marriage, 40 Democrats, one Independent and seven Republicans turned their backs on this most basic social institution.

Let's examine the claim that traditional marriage lacks support in the court of public opinion. As it always does when conservative issues are being debated, the liberal press produced a series of trumped-up polls indicating the issue was of no interest nationally. However, there was another "poll" that the media completely ignored. In fact, there were 19 of them. They represented the 19 states in which voters overwhelmingly defined marriage as being between a man and a woman.

Dobson doesn’t even think about the legal ramifications of writing bigotry into the constitution. He simply knows that he doesn’t like gay people (or… more likely, likes them a little too much), so the country should act on that hatred by limiting the rights of gays.

And really, what is CNN doing giving a voice to someone who simply wants to further the “oh noes!!11!, liberal bias” shit?


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