Skip to comments.Cindy McCain Takes Jab at John’s Gay Rights Stance in Absurd Ad
Posted on 11/13/2010 9:49:47 AM PST by Rhonda Robinson
Cindy McCain, wife of Senator John McCain, has joined a handful of celebrities in a new anti-bullying ad by a gay advocacy group. Coverage of the ad has thus far been focused on the significance of Mrs. McCains direct opposition to Dont Ask Dont Tell (DADT), a policy her husband supports. However, that detail is a sideshow detracting from a more crucial point. The ad demonstrates the intellectual dishonesty of the radical gay movement.
Before we consider the ads content, it is incumbent upon us to reflect upon what bullying is and what it is not. A bully is someone who intimidates weaker people. Therefore, when we say someone has been bullied, we are implying they are relatively weak. It is important to acknowledge this, because the professed objective of the gay rights movement is to promote the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) people. Thats a tough task when you start by classifying them as powerless.
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Definitely one screwed up household.
trouble in paradise
To talk about "Baggage"...
One thing for certain, I will NEVER, EVER vote to any "member" of this family for anything!
One benefit of Obama’s election win: we don’t have to endure four years of this crackpot first lady and her lunatic daughter.
Yep, he can’t even demonstrate leadership over his own household and he expected voters to believe that he could lead a nation.
I voted for Sarah Palin. The fact that he was on the ticket was a mere formality.
WE THE PEOPLE are much better at selecting Presidents. Last time we had a free hand at it, we voted for Ronald Reagan.
And we beat the pants off the opposition. Twice.
I was thinking about all this sudden "bullying" that's going on and I would like to suggest that it's all because of Glee and the bullying gym teacher Sue, who in real life is an admitted lesbian. Oh the irony. Sue is a pretty popular character and she makes bullying funny and fun. Of course, constant exposure to this TV show will encourage some of the behavior people see on the show. Just my opinion.
The good part is they all deserve each other.
It's like they're vying to get their own reality TV show.
Reminds me of Bill Clinton explaining Robert's Byrd's recruiting activities for the Klu Klux Klan, as just doing what he had to, to get elected at the time.
Why is anyone paying any attention to her. She certainly has no credentials.
Poor old John - must be having Hanoi Hilton flashbacks.
“Why is anyone paying any attention to her. She certainly has no credentials.”
Exactly. But the paper has to have someone to voice their own liberal ideas, and everyone else got voted out.
Who knew there was a benefit?
America's moral/decency compass is gone.
Want to stop bullying? Teach young boys how to box. Or learn karate. Bullies fold after a left hook or a round house kick. And bring back dodge ball!