Big surprise, people dont like his honesty if they disagree with his position. Unlike the Governmental Overall Director in the White House. Mitt has offered both an understanding that he doesnt make the rules for the Boy Scouts and he still holds an opinion that differs from theirs. Even worse he is willing to admit that he holds a different opinion without feeling it necessary to legislate against them.
And we as conservatives, and some of us as Christians are supposed to respect this?
posted on 08/07/2012 6:57:59 AM PDT
(Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency.)
“(Mitt and Obama: They’re the same poison, just a different potency.)” if this is the case I guess we’d better just relax and accept the inevitable screwing we’re going to get.
posted on 08/07/2012 7:07:15 AM PDT
(If I were a Democrat I'd be pushing for the fairness doctrine too.)
Yes, Respect his opinion. You are entitled to disagree with him all you like, but it’s important to note that Romney didn’t propose legislation to make it illegal for you to oppose him. I may not agree with him on lots of things, but he has never done anything to justify the personal attacks I have seen on this forum.
This is neither the first or last time I will wonder how many hard line liberals are trying to hide under the label of “Christian”. It’s almost like how many can get in the same closet.
posted on 08/07/2012 8:43:23 AM PDT
(The contents of your wallet is the only language Politicians understand.)
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