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Obama's War on Women

'What President in his right mind would authorize an attack on any mom as a woman who “never worked a day in her life”? How could the brilliant campaign strategist Obama shoot himself in the foot when the War on Women was going so well for him?

Ann Romney’s oldest son Tagg was baffled why anyone would attack his mom when he was interviewed by Hugh Hewitt about growing up in the Romney home. Ann stayed home and raised their five sons and now has the joy of 16 grandkids.

In a word: the White House decision to attack Ann Romney was personal.

Tagg Romney:

"…listen, Hugh, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t think my mom was a great mom and a hard-working person, and someone who cares deeply about other people. And in addition to working for our family, she was always busy in her community, whether it was working with United Way, or with at risk youth. She was busy volunteering and helping and doing what she could to give back to the community, and working in the church as well, and giving back to people in the church.

Listen, she…I don’t understand why they picked this fight. Of all the people, I think, you know, the reaction’s been pretty positive from everybody saying leave Ann alone, she’s a great person, and don’t know why they’d want to pick on her."

Ann Romney also found time and energy to do non-paid work helping children in need. Her work outside the home has been devoted to at-risk youth, inner city girls, third world children, equine therapy programs for physically challenged children, literacy for children, the American Red Cross and the Perkins School for the Blind. She has also worked outside the home promoting advocacy and research for a cure for cancer and multiple sclerosis (two terrible illnesses she has suffered from herself). She is also a national prize-winning athlete as an equestrian, her personal lifelong passion. An admirable, good woman.

So why would the Obama campaign want to pick on her?

It was certainly purposeful. The White House chose a top political operative to attack Ann Romney. Hillary Rosen is somebody. She has visited the White House 35 times. She has had five personal work sessions with Obama, as well as meeting with Valerie Jarret and David Axelrod. Note that General Petraeus, former Commander of the U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, now CIA director, has only visited the White House nine times. Rosen is in the same league as Geithner, our Secretary of the Treasury, who has been to the White House 40 times. She is a top Obama operative.

So there is no question that sending Rosen out to bad mouth Ann Romney was a calculated political move. Not entirely dumb – attacking stay at home Moms does, indeed, appeal to Obama’s loyal liberal base. The attack has been picked up and amplified by Bill Maher (“what she meant to say, I think, was that Ann Romney has never gotten her ass out of the house to work”), by the head of NOW, by Democratic columnists.

Think of Ann Romney – a woman remarkably blessed with a loving husband, a large flourishing family, rooted in her church and community, living the injunction to do good unto others. These qualities are obvious even from a bare bones biography as the most important values in her life. She is a woman of strength, character, love, discipline and charity. She is an admirable and enviable woman. For people who suffer from the sin of envy, their worst emotions are aroused by so much goodness and good fortune.

Ann Romney made her children her priority. But they were not the only thing in her life. Ann Romney has also devoted herself to other people’s children, through organizations she founded, through the United Way, the Red Cross, her church. She could be the prototype of the old fashioned mother who is the backbone of her family and community through her hard work and big soul.

One thing Ann Romney cannot be envied for is a lazy, spoiled life.

This is the person Obama sent his minions out to discredit as a symbol of the spoiled, selfish people who make up the Republican Party.

How odd. Unless you suffer from envy as from a disease, as our President does. To understand, you must look at the first Ann in Obama’s life, his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham. Ann Dunham’s marriages and mothering couldn’t be more different from the other Ann. No wonder Obama feels some people are haves and others are have-nots. As a child, he had no father, and barely had a mother. The main caregiver in his life was one weird grandfather.

According to Jack Cashill’s research, published in many articles in The American Thinker, there never was an Obama family. Obama often says his father abandoned him when he was two, but this is not true. Ann Dunham took the baby and left for Seattle within a few weeks of Obama’s birth, leaving Obama Sr. behind in Hawaii. When she returned a year later, Obama’s father was gone, already at Harvard and dating other women, with a wife back in Kenya.

In short, Obama’s parents never lived together. There was no Obama family. Nor does it sound like there was ever a marriage:

Obama writes in Dreams, “In fact, how and when the marriage occurred remains a bit murky, a bill of particulars that I’ve never quite had the courage to explore. There’s no record of a real wedding, a cake, a ring, a giving away of the bride.”

In his fair-minded biography, Barack and Michelle: Portrait of an American Marriage, Christopher Andersen concedes, “There were certainly no witnesses – no family members were present; and none of their friends at the university had the slightest inkling they were even engaged.”

Another conflicting bit of evidence is that at the time of his alleged marriage to Ann Dunham, Barack Sr. had a pregnant wife and a son back in Kenya. There is more. In July 2008, speaking at a university roundtable, Michelle Obama said of Barack’s mother that she was “very young and very single when she had him.”

According to the New York Times, Ann Dunham did hire a nanny to care for her young son, the ‘tranny nanny.’

His nanny was an openly gay man who, in keeping with Indonesia’s relaxed attitudes toward homosexuality, carried on an affair with a local butcher, longtime residents said. The nanny later joined a group of transvestites called Fantastic Dolls, who, like the many transvestites who remain fixtures of Jakarta’s streetscape, entertained people by dancing and playing volleyball.

Ann Dunham was too interested in being an anthropologist to be a stay at home Mom in Indonesia, with her overweight, lonely son. At the age of ten, when his new step-sister was one year-old, Obama moved to Hawaii to live with his grandparents. Here’s how Obama describes his new family life:

"Obama had this to say about moving in with his grandparents: “I was to live with strangers.” And: “I’d arrived at an unspoken pact with my grandparents; I could live with them and they’d leave me alone so long as I kept my troubles out of sight.”

Cashill comments: “Feel the love?”

Obama’s neglect and perhaps abuse as a child didn’t end there.

Obama’s grandfather chose a black male father figure for him: Frank Marshall Davis. Obama discusses Frank numerous times in his memoir, “Dreams From My Father,” but he leaves out some of the most interesting details. Davis was a drinking buddy, who shared the same politics as Obama’s grandfather. Davis was a member of the Communist Party. He wrote a fictionalized memoir boasting of his bisexual and pedophile exploits. In his memoir, Marshall describes how he and his white wife sexually abuse a 13-year-old girl entrusted to their care.

He and his wife would have sex with the girl. Anne came up many times the next several weeks, her aunt thinking she was in good hands. Actually she was. She obtained a course in practical sex from experienced and considerate practitioners rather than from ignorant insensitive neophytes…I think we did her a favour, although the pleasure was mutual."

This same Frank Marshall Davis, according to Obama’s memoir, counseled Obama not to trust white people.

At one point in 1979 Mr. Davis described university as “an advanced degree in compromise” that was designed to keep blacks in their place. Mr. Obama quoted him as saying: “Leaving your race at the door. Leaving your people behind. Understand something, boy. You’re not going to college to get educated. You’re going there to get trained.” He added that “they’ll tank on your chain and let you know that you may be a well-trained, well-paid nigger, but you’re a nigger just the same.”

Obama writes that “Frank” told him that college was merely “an advanced degree in compromise,” and cautioned him not to “start believing what they tell you about equal opportunity and the American way and all that sh–.” Davis also told Obama: “What I’m trying to tell you is your [white] grandma’s right to be scared… She understands that black people have a reason to hate. That’s just how it is. For your sake, I wish it were otherwise. But it’s not. So you might as well get used to it.”

When you compare Ann Romney and Ann Dunham, it is easy to understand Obama’s gnawing envy. He should have worked on his problems long ago with the help of a minister or therapist.

Instead he was directed along a far left political path by his grandfather, his mother, his lonely dreams of impressing his absent African socialist father, and the teachings of his black Communist father figure, Frank Marshall Davis. Every single adult Obama depended on let him down then taught him the politics of envy.

Now Obama is trying to teach envy to the whole country; his reelection strategy is based on envy of the rich. He has projected his private demons of unfairness and deprivation onto America at large and is determined to fix us. With the media at heel, he is turning his Democrat followers into a nasty mob, which loyally attacks each Republican target in turn.

This week it was Ann Romney’s turn to be demeaned and vilified. Obama calls it fairness. Let us hope the majority of the American public, who truly are fair, will see that underneath Obama’s charming smile is a lot of pain that is dangerous to the health of this country.

We deserve better. We deserve the Romney’s.’ - Karin McQuillan

This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

For a guy with your handle…

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.

Why is this even an issue? Even a discussion? Obama and his goons were foolish to have brought up the “stay at home mom” issue in the first place. Yes, many mothers work full time and it’s a pain in the ass. Many don’t. Who gives a shit? If the breadwinner makes enough to support the family then the other person can focus on other things, ultimately reducing the stress of the household.

Common sense must apply. There is no golden rule when it comes to raising a family.

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man.

[quote]njrusmc wrote:
Why is this even an issue? Even a discussion? Obama and his goons were foolish to have brought up the “stay at home mom” issue in the first place. Yes, many mothers work full time and it’s a pain in the ass. Many don’t. Who gives a shit? If the breadwinner makes enough to support the family then the other person can focus on other things, ultimately reducing the stress of the household.

Common sense must apply. There is no golden rule when it comes to raising a family.[/quote]

Of course you are correct. But the only way Obama wins is to pit one class of people against another. It’s called “class warfare.” Hope and Change worked the first time around and now it’s “us against them” in order to get him reelected.

They figure if you hate the rich guy who lives down the street and resent the Mom who is able to stay home and doesn’t have to work Obama will get reelected. It’s not only a despicable thing for a President to do, I am having doubts that it will actually work. Americans by and large have always been an optimistic people.

As a side note they were hoping that the Occupy Wall Street movement was going to get more traction with the working and middle class Americans. It failed to do so as almost 80% of Americans thought that the OWS movement was primarily loaded with low lifes. So they saw through that one didn’t they?

Anyway that is the Obama strategy and when Romney takes the upbeat (Reaganesque) “you can succeed in America” position he has a good chance of defeating Obama.

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

Romney never said he was going to take away contraception. Oh wait…you bought into the Obama talking points LOL…Come on man say you didn’t mean it…LOL

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

what the hell are you talking about?

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

Romney never said he was going to take away contraception. Oh wait…you bought into the Obama talking points LOL…Come on man say you didn’t mean it…LOL[/quote]

Apparently you haven’t been around many Mormons, have you. Careful, if you don’t behave, when you die you will end up on a mean slave owner family’s private planet.

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

what the hell are you talking about?[/quote]

Mormons do not believe in the prohibition of contraception. Rather they believe you must be married to have sexual relations at all. Casual sex, and use of contraception in that predicament isn’t something Romney approves of, therefore he wouldn’t favor using contraception in such a situation.

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

what the hell are you talking about?[/quote]

Mormons do not believe in the prohibition of contraception. Rather they believe you must be married to have sexual relations at all. Casual sex, and use of contraception in that predicament isn’t something Romney approves of, therefore he wouldn’t favor using contraception in such a situation.
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So?

Christians believe more or less the same, which is what Obama allegedly is.

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

what the hell are you talking about?[/quote]

Mormons do not believe in the prohibition of contraception. Rather they believe you must be married to have sexual relations at all. Casual sex, and use of contraception in that predicament isn’t something Romney approves of, therefore he wouldn’t favor using contraception in such a situation.
[/quote]

So?

Christians believe more or less the same, which is what Obama allegedly is. [/quote]

That’s like saying there is no difference between something like Biblical literalism and someone who looks to stories from the bible as parables. There are general lessons we can learn from things we read and comprehend, it does not mean we should take them literally.

Mormons tend to be more on the side of literalists, the Book of Latter Day Saints isn’t some parable to them.

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

Romney never said he was going to take away contraception. Oh wait…you bought into the Obama talking points LOL…Come on man say you didn’t mean it…LOL[/quote]

Apparently you haven’t been around many Mormons, have you. Careful, if you don’t behave, when you die you will end up on a mean slave owner family’s private planet.
[/quote]

And you’re a judgemental religious bigot.

Why don’t you come back when you actually have an argument.

Edit: Bush was a fundamentalist Christian - Did he try to take away your condoms? I swear the level of debate on this site seems to go down with every passing year.

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

Romney never said he was going to take away contraception. Oh wait…you bought into the Obama talking points LOL…Come on man say you didn’t mean it…LOL[/quote]

Apparently you haven’t been around many Mormons, have you. Careful, if you don’t behave, when you die you will end up on a mean slave owner family’s private planet.
[/quote]

And you’re a judgemental religious bigot.

Why don’t you come back when you actually have an argument.

[/quote]

I’m not a religious bigot. I’ve already explained I have family that are practicing Catholics, and I have a serious problem with people who call them stupid for the sake of beliefs, like Richard Dawkins or your run of the mill University Student who just barely familiarized themselves with his terminology and scale of belief.

I went through bootcamp with a Mormon who was on a “mission” maybe you haven’t heard about those… Anyhow, I’ve been around enough Mormons to know I don’t want one leading me into war, I don’t want one in my squad, and I don’t want one making big decisions which impact me, because their religion is going to influence their decision making far more than what their rational minds think. That being said, I gave up my bedroom to a Mormon family that my family helped out when I was growing up. I have made friends who are Mormon in the past, I’ve even attended one of their masses, there are stark differences in their beliefs in the afterlife, and the way they practice is more on the orthodox side than anything. That being said, I wouldn’t want anyone Orthodox being President.

If Romney takes office, I’d expect we sooner or later end up at war with Iran, just a heads up, I called it if he does somehow manage to take office.

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

Romney never said he was going to take away contraception. Oh wait…you bought into the Obama talking points LOL…Come on man say you didn’t mean it…LOL[/quote]

Apparently you haven’t been around many Mormons, have you. Careful, if you don’t behave, when you die you will end up on a mean slave owner family’s private planet.
[/quote]

And you’re a judgemental religious bigot.

Why don’t you come back when you actually have an argument.

Edit: Bush was a fundamentalist Christian - Did he try to take away your condoms? I swear the level of debate on this site seems to go down with every passing year.

[/quote]

If I’m deluding your circle jerk, then I’ll just not post on this part of the forums anymore. I have far different views than yourself, I thought I was contributing and making things interesting. Cheers, it was fun.

[quote]ZEB wrote: I am having doubts that it will actually work. >>>[/quote]This one was a blunder. Only the most frothing rabid ultra leftist degenerates will approve of stating that motherhood is not work. Even Nancy Pelosi has talked about the hard work of motherhood in the past. Which in her case must’ve been especially true.

[quote]Severiano wrote:
If I’m deluding your circle jerk, then I’ll just not post on this part of the forums anymore. I have far different views than yourself, I thought I was contributing and making things interesting. Cheers, it was fun.
[/quote]

Wow. The fun is still going on here. (MIA for awhile.)

Let’s see here. You made a statement without backing it up, based solely on a person’s religion, and if anyone disagrees with you, you bitch and go running away.

Saying somebody wants to take away your contraception in America is like saying somebody wants to legalize rape. Neither is going to happen, so worrying about it is just ridiculous. (And before the ignorant start complaining, I am not associating these two things, just using a more extreme example to make a point.)

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
This is comical. Obama’s war on women :slight_smile: Meanwhile if Romney truly had his way the only way you would be having sex would be to pro-create.

[/quote]

Romney is the the candidate who was or is trying to take away your contraception. Get your players straight before you make a half baked statement such as this.

As for the article above, just more scary evidence that Obama comes from an odd background. But we already were aware of that. I’m actually less concerned about psycho analyzing why he’s such a bad President and more concerned with beating him in November BECAUSE he’s such a bad President.[/quote]

Perhaps you have a problem with deducing what taking away contraception leads to. If you cannot make the co-relation, that’s on you man. [/quote]

Romney never said he was going to take away contraception. Oh wait…you bought into the Obama talking points LOL…Come on man say you didn’t mean it…LOL[/quote]

Apparently you haven’t been around many Mormons, have you. Careful, if you don’t behave, when you die you will end up on a mean slave owner family’s private planet.
[/quote]

And you’re a judgemental religious bigot.

Why don’t you come back when you actually have an argument.

[/quote]

I’m not a religious bigot. I’ve already explained I have family that are practicing Catholics, and I have a serious problem with people who call them stupid for the sake of beliefs, like Richard Dawkins or your run of the mill University Student who just barely familiarized themselves with his terminology and scale of belief.

I went through bootcamp with a Mormon who was on a “mission” maybe you haven’t heard about those… Anyhow, I’ve been around enough Mormons to know I don’t want one leading me into war, I don’t want one in my squad, and I don’t want one making big decisions which impact me, because their religion is going to influence their decision making far more than what their rational minds think. That being said, I gave up my bedroom to a Mormon family that my family helped out when I was growing up. I have made friends who are Mormon in the past, I’ve even attended one of their masses, there are stark differences in their beliefs in the afterlife, and the way they practice is more on the orthodox side than anything. That being said, I wouldn’t want anyone Orthodox being President.

If Romney takes office, I’d expect we sooner or later end up at war with Iran, just a heads up, I called it if he does somehow manage to take office. [/quote]

You’re the very definition of a religious bigot. “I have friends who are Mormons, but wouldn’t want one leading the nation.” Replace the word Mormon with the words “African American.”

You’re a pretty horrible person for your bigotry.

Now tell me when did any modern day President make a decision based on his religion? Simply because Romney is a Mormon does not mean that he will make decisions based on his Mormonism.

They said the same thing about JFK when he was running for President. In fact the religious bigots were out in full force then attacking Catholics claiming that the US would be run by the Pope if we elected a Catholic as President.

You really need to feel ashamed for your bigotry – I thought people like you became extinct in the early 60’s.

[quote]The Mage wrote:

[quote]Severiano wrote:
If I’m deluding your circle jerk, then I’ll just not post on this part of the forums anymore. I have far different views than yourself, I thought I was contributing and making things interesting. Cheers, it was fun.
[/quote]

Wow. The fun is still going on here. (MIA for awhile.)

Let’s see here. You made a statement without backing it up, based solely on a person’s religion, and if anyone disagrees with you, you bitch and go running away.

Saying somebody wants to take away your contraception in America is like saying somebody wants to legalize rape. Neither is going to happen, so worrying about it is just ridiculous. (And before the ignorant start complaining, I am not associating these two things, just using a more extreme example to make a point.)[/quote]

The Mage is back!

So um Mage…what have you been up to?