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Watchwoman Warning!!!!!!! If enough pro-sodomy-GOP members fall for this “new pro-sodomy trajectory in the Republican Party for bucks for their campaigns,” you can promise yourself, it will be the utter demise of the Republican Party.  Not one decent human being worth his soul-sole leather will ever advocate for another Republican

All that ties us by a very thin tenuous string to the Republican Party is the pro-life plank in the Republican platform and that they have been always opposed to anything but Biblical-based traditional marriage. 

It is the pro-life conservative Christians who have kept the Republicans from going belly up long ago, and if they abandon these two issues EVER, you can count every Christian, moral activist GONE! 

You’ll see a 3rd Party movement arise that will defeat every Republican ever to run again.  This 3rd Party may never win a competition, but you can count on it, neither will any Republican.  You’ll be left with one giant winning communist party, otherwise known as the Democrat Party. 

We will NEVER vote for one party member who belongs to a pro-sodomite party

The commie Dem’s won’t have to commit voter fraud, they’ll win every election! 

The pro-life, traditional marriage, moral issues people in the Republican Party, may not be the rich members, we aren’t.  But we are the ones who wear out our shoe leather delivering their literature every campaign season.  I don’t care how much some sodomite (or how many pro-sodomites) donate to the Republicans, they will NEVER have enough money to defeat the communist Democrats who have already established themselves as foes to all Republicans. 

No matter how much money, a PRO-SOD-GOP idiot will get from the evildoers, he/she will never win. 

Why will all pro-sodomite Republicans lose

Because without all us conservative pro-life, pro-moral values, pro-traditional Biblical-marriage coalition supporting the GOP, no pro-sodomite Republican will ever get 51% of the vote!  NEVER!!!  NO NOT EVER!!!  They will have a hard time getting 24% of the vote!

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Here’s the facts – about 24% of the people vote for Democrats no matter who they are — just because they are Democrats.  The same is true for the Republican Party.  Now, listen carefully, my friends – – – A major part of the 24% that votes Republican are conservative, pro-life, moral-issues voters — and if they boycott the Republican Party for going pro-sodomite, then the Republicans will have a very hard time winning anything once a major portion of their previously assured base abandons them — and they know it.  That is why the Republicans will have a hard time getting even 24% of the votes!  Trust me, the Republicans (even the rich ones, the old guard country club Republicans) know this!  Singer is wasting his money!

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There isn’t enough money available to donate to a pro-sodomite GOP candidate who could make a successful stand against a pro-sodomite Democrat.  Without our block of votes AGAINST the commie, pro-death, pro-abortion, anti-life, culture of death pro-sodomite candidate in the Democrat Party, the Republican loses every time. 

If the Dem’s were really smart, they’d be donating money to this pro-sodomite named Paul E. Singer, a billionaire hedge fund manager, because it would help ensure the grand success of the communist Dem Party across the board and the utter demise of the Republican Party forever! 

Not only that, God will curse them!  Read Deuteronomy 28!

See the pictures I’ve included — the one’s that are not so XXX rated they are not fit for viewing, from a recent sodomite parade and then tell me if you think these sodomites are ever going to be a part of the Republican Party as winners!  Impossible!  No sane people can support this garbage! 

Keep scrolling to the bottom for some small pics and then some enlargements of the crazy supporters in the GOP who Singer thinks he can help get elected to conservative posts in the Republican Party.  Well, if he does, there’s a 3rd Party coming — and the death of the GOP is hanging on a slim branch that Singer is sawing away at with a very queer saw! 

You cannot purchase decency, morality and God’s crowns with mammon and any candidate who does, is cursed!  

[Matthew 6:24 & Luke 16:13]  No man (servant is the word Luke uses) can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. 

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The G.O.P.’s Gay Trajectory

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By FRANK BRUNI – Op-Ed Columnist – Published: June 9, 2012

OVER the past year, the main story line in the push for marriage equality has been the ardor and success with which leading Democratic politicians have taken up the fight. The Democratic governors of New York, Maryland and Washington all promoted and signed same-sex marriage laws, for which President Obama expressed his support last month.

But the progress within Republican ranks has also been pivotal, not to mention fascinating. And a compelling character in that subplot just added a new twist to the narrative, one that suggests the rapidly changing political dynamics of this issue and its potential import to a party dogged by an image of being culturally out of touch.

That character is Paul E. Singer, 67, a billionaire hedge fund manager who is among the most important Republican donors nationwide. In just one Manhattan fund-raiser last month, he helped to collect more than $5 million for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign.

The shifting Republican reality was underscored when 119 Republicans joined 92 Democrats in the New Hampshire House of Representatives three months ago in a vote to keep same-sex marriage legal in the state. Just three years ago, when it was legalized, only nine Republicans supported it.

In Massachusetts, Richard Tisei, a gay Congressional candidate who supports marriage equality, was recently anointed one of the National Republican Congressional Committee’s “Young Guns,” signifying Republican leaders’ especially strong investment in his bid.

“I feel comfortable in the party,” he told me Friday.

Tisei is one type of candidate who might draw financial help from Singer’s super PAC, which, according to Singer, will soon have a budget “of a few million dollars,” factoring in expected support from collaborators and friends.

Singer said that more than a half-dozen Republicans who back same-sex marriage, who are contemplating it or who seem nudge-able have already attracted the super PAC’s attention.

I asked Chad H. Griffin, a progressive Democrat who heads the Human Rights Campaign, a leading advocacy group for gays and lesbians, what he made of Singer’s work on marriage equality.

“It’s absolutely necessary,” said Griffin. “We will never win marriage equality without bipartisan support.”

One Republican who unequivocally opposes marriage equality is the man Singer backs for president: Mitt Romney. Does that trouble Singer?

“I feel very strongly that Obama needs to be fired, and that the Republicans are right on most things,” he said, adding that with continued work on marriage equality, he expects to persuade more Republicans of its rightness, too.

“I think it would be naïve of me to take this issue and just upend everything else I believe,” he said. “Because I think we’re making progress.”

He steadfastly supports conservative candidates. He also steadfastly supports gay rights in general and marriage equality in particular. Along with a few other leading Wall Street financiers, he contributed and helped drum up the majority of the money — more than $1 million — that fueled the campaign for same-sex marriage in New York.

He has given nearly $10 million of his own money to gay-rights initiatives, including the same-sex marriage efforts not only in New York but also in New Hampshire and New Jersey. And that figure doesn’t include his assistance in tapping a broad network of donors for individual candidates. He was pivotal in rounding up about $250,000 apiece for the Republican state senators in New York whose votes for same-sex marriage provided its margin of victory in the Legislature.

Now, Singer says, he’s providing $1 million to start a new “super PAC” with several Republican compatriots. Named American Unity PAC, its sole mission will be to encourage Republican candidates to support same-sex marriage, in part by helping them to feel financially shielded from any blowback from well-funded groups that oppose it.

In an interview on Tuesday, he told me that he’s confident that in Congressional races, which would most likely be the super PAC’s initial focus, there are more than a few Republicans “who could be on the verge of support” or are “harboring and hiding their views.”

“And this kind of effort could be catalytic in generating some more movement,” he said.

Singer doesn’t court a high news-media profile. His willingness to meet at the Midtown Manhattan offices of his hedge fund, Elliott Management, and talk about marriage equality reflects the strength of his commitment to the cause. Although he is straight, he has a gay son and son-in-law who were married in Massachusetts, which legalized same-sex marriage in 2004.

Our conversation also reflected a growing awareness among prominent Republicans that embracing marriage equality could broaden the party’s base and soften the party’s image in crucial ways. Many swing voters who find elements of Republicans’ limited-government message appealing and have doubts about Obama’s economic stewardship are nonetheless given serious pause by the party’s stances on abortion, birth control, immigration and homosexuality.

“There’s a feeling among some people that the Republican party is harsh on some things,” acknowledged Singer, whose extended comments can be found in a blog post supplementing this column. Referring to opposition to same-sex marriage, he added: “Atmospherically and tonally, it’s part of the landscape of so-called harshness.”

It also flies in the face of an irrefutable trajectory of increasing support for same-sex marriage among Americans, especially younger ones. In a CNN/ORC International poll released Wednesday, a whopping 73 percent of respondents between the ages of 18 and 34 said they favored marriage equality. That’s the clear future of this issue, and Republicans are keenly aware that while the party’s formal opposition to abortion rights, for example, doesn’t contradict the prevailing sentiments of a majority of Americans or buck voter trends, opposition to same-sex marriage does.

Ken Mehlman, the former Republican National Committee chairman who came out as gay two years ago and has since pressed the case for marriage equality, told me, “A political party that ignores demography or ignores broader cultural trends does so at its own peril.”

But even apart from that, Mehlman, Singer and many other Republicans say that marriage equality, which in fact gets the government out of the business of controlling and casting judgment on people’s private lives, is consistent with conservative principles.

Singer said that it “very well fits within my framework of freedom,” adding that it promotes “family stability” and is a tribute to an institution in need of one.

Read More: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/10/opinion/sunday/the-gops-gay-trajectory.html?pagewanted=2&_r=1

 

Pictures of  Sodomites from a NY sodomite pride parade

How many conservative Republicans are going to vote for anyone who supports the people and morals that contribute to these parades of the public display of blatant debauchery?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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