What do we need 3% of the population for
Considering the closeness of the 2000 election and the current breakdown in Congress, a better question would be "why intentionally discard supporters?". Especially when they only differ from us on a matter that is absolutely none of the government's business anyway.
posted on 05/04/2003 12:11:06 AM PDT
by E Rocc
To: E Rocc
First off, when I mentioned 3%, that is total number of homosexuals. When you look at the LCR, they represent a fraction of a percent of the Republican party at best.
Second, they are DESTRUCTIVE to the party. They oppose basic platform elements.
Third, the fact that they reject social norms and morality has demonstrated to me over the years that they will lie, cheat, and do whatever they think helps meet their objective. In this case, undermining of the Republican Party.
Why do these people organize upon the fact that they are queers?
What if there was an "Adultering Republicans" group? Should we endorse them? Gather them in? I hate to say it, but such a group would likely have more numbers than the LCR. I would say that anyone who wanted to organize on the fact they are adulterers should also be banned.
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