Rand’s right. The war over gay marriage is largely over. Even if Roe were overturned tomorrow, many states would still have abortion. The pro-life movement has being doing a great job on changing people’s minds about a abortion on a personal level. But translating that to change on political level is a different matter.
How is convincing people to get off of the government teet working?
Perhaps we should just embrace big government spending and huge deficits, as the battle over the role of government is largely lost.
Maybe if we just focus on things we’ve successfully changed to be more Conservative on a political level............oh, wait...........
Keep your leftist thoughts/ideas in CA. Okay, Lou? Thanks!
No, the war will continue. Because the sodomites won’t just want “tolerance” as they said 10 years ago. Now they want endorsement. Next, they’ll want to force it onto the church and those who have religious objections thereof.
Then, they’ll want government to censor any books (e.g. the Bible) that speak the truth about their lifestyle choice.
How much of your life and personal beliefs do you want dictated by der Fuhrer?
Soon the war on Amnesty will be over. Then the war on fiscal restraint
(BTW, there is no fiscal restraint) and then the war on social issues.
What then will get conservatives to the polls?
No it’s not. What we have are black robed tyrants ignoring the will of the people, overturning constitutionally passed laws and the executive branch that does not enforce law.
It's been a huge winner at the political level with record numbers of pro-life laws being passed over the last couple of years at the state level. Liberal states can't even pass more laws making it easier to get an abortion.
Politics matter, fighting for conservative candidates matters.
“The same week, the Republican National Committee decided that it was time for the national party to wade back into the pro-life waters after a perceived hiatus from using it as a platform issue. A Resolution on Republican Pro-Life Strategy formally re-established abortion as a 2014 election issue for the party and seeks to push back on the war on women rhetoric that Democrats have made synonymous with the pro-life movement.
The RNC clearly believes once again that a prominent pro-life position plays well with voters. Perhaps the national party has taken note of whats happening at the state level. Twenty-four states enacted 53 anti-abortion measures in 2013 alone.
Research from the pro-choice Guttmacher Institute shows that in the last three years, states have enacted an unprecedented 205 different abortion restrictions. This was made possible by the fact that over half of the states in the union have pro-life governors and pro-life majorities in their legislatures.”
And amnesty is a what?
The fight about homosexual marriage will occur on the ground, just like abortion and gun control. The tide will turn if we get vouchers. Technology is making physical colleges unnecessary for most of the population and, because people are naturally conservative, that will kill a lot of the garbage fed to young people.
It is? You want to tell God that?
The war over sodomy is largely over... The war over infanticide is largely over... The war over euthanasia is largely over... The war over polygamy is largely over... The war over pedophilia is largely over... The war over bestiality is largely over... The war over cannibalism is largely over...
Lou Budvis, meet Slippery Slope.