Skip to comments.Andrew I And The Monolithic Marxism Of The Democratic Party
Posted on 01/30/2014 11:55:33 AM PST by massmike
The good news for right-to-lifers, Second Amendment supporters and defenders of marriage is that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Andrew I) isn't planning to expel them from his realm even though they have no place among decent New Yorkers.
After a firestorm of criticism for remarks that reverberated with the sound of marching jackboots, Cuomo claimed his comments were "distorted" (that's original), that he was not referring to ordinary New Yorkers who happen to hold these vile views, but to "extreme" candidates. Clearly, that's not what he said (not that it would have been much better), but to be a Democratic politician is to deny what's manifestly true.
Indicative of the mutation of the party of JFK, Harry Truman and FDR (who publicly prayed for our soldiers on D-Day), at their 2012 national convention, the Democrats tried to take God out of their platform.
It was in a throwaway line that said they were committed to helping "working people" achieve their "God-given" potential. Perhaps they heard that God is an anti-choice homophobe.
Afraid of how the move would play in Peoria, Obama insisted on retaining the original language, though it was clear from boos and catcalls on the floor that God wasn't popular with a majority of delegates.
Andrew Cuomo is half right. Those who believe in gun ownership, restrictions on a procedure that takes innocent lives, the only definition of marriage that makes any sense, and God (actually, anyone who isn't a freaktoid leftist) have no place in his party. That's not who the Democrats are.
(Excerpt) Read more at grasstopsusa.com ...
What are you going to believe .... your lying ears or the “if I had a white cracker son, it would be him” Cuomo?
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