hate monger Tony Perkins speaks, hatefully of course

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    Jun 26, 2013 7:20 PM GMT
    Tony Perkins on same sex marriage rulings: ‘This is far from over’

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/06/26/tony-perkins-on-same-sex-marriage-rulings-this-is-far-from-over/

    ya know, who ya gonna call now? your evil jesuit order at the vatican? mormon HQ? this is "over" and equality will be victorious, you hateful human being, the nerve, SCOTUS is now the right wing nuts #1 enemy

  • tazzari

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    Jun 26, 2013 7:29 PM GMT
    Who cares what these pseudo-christian idiots say? They are drowning in the wake of history.
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    Jun 26, 2013 7:36 PM GMT
    tazzari saidWho cares what these pseudo-christian idiots say? They are drowning in the wake of history.


    under the delusion that him and his right wing cohorts (catholics and mormons) can and will once again try to infiltrate california voters minds with hate filled lies much like they did in 2008..."keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer", they maybe drowning but certainly continue to wedge and divide as they only know how
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    Jun 26, 2013 8:00 PM GMT


    Tony Perkins??? From Psycho?? oh....never mind.
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    Jun 26, 2013 8:14 PM GMT
    FriendsOnly said

    Tony Perkins??? From Psycho?? oh....never mind.


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    Jun 26, 2013 8:20 PM GMT
    What some other hatemongers had to say:

    http://wonkette.com/520855
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    Jun 26, 2013 8:25 PM GMT
    Cardinal Timothy Dolan: ‘Today is a tragic day for marriage and our nation’

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/news/gay-marriage-limbaugh-beck-dolan-reaction-181514634.html

    blah, blah, blah..they are all coming out of their dirt holes
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    Jun 26, 2013 9:07 PM GMT
    The bigots won't stop and now want to waste time with something that has not a chance of passing.

    Rep. Tim Huelskamp to file constitutional amendment to restore DOMA.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rep-tim-huelskamp-to-file-constitutional-amendment-to-restore-doma-93430.html
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    Jun 26, 2013 9:21 PM GMT
    Iceblink saidThe bigots won't stop and now want to waste time with something that has not a chance of passing.

    Rep. Tim Huelskamp to file constitutional amendment to restore DOMA.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rep-tim-huelskamp-to-file-constitutional-amendment-to-restore-doma-93430.html

    This is what I predicted in another thread about the Court rulings. Unlikely to pass with the current Senate (both houses are needed), but neither can the President veto it. Then the Amendment goes to the States for ratification, and Republicans have proven very effective at the state level, banning same-sex marriage in a majority of States already.

    Therefore the 2014 Congressional election becomes critical. If Republicans win sufficient majorities in both houses then this anti-gay marriage amendment will go to the States for ratification, where it could have a good chance of passage.
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    Jun 26, 2013 9:35 PM GMT
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    Iceblink saidThe bigots won't stop and now want to waste time with something that has not a chance of passing.

    Rep. Tim Huelskamp to file constitutional amendment to restore DOMA.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rep-tim-huelskamp-to-file-constitutional-amendment-to-restore-doma-93430.html

    This is what I predicted in another thread about the Court rulings. Unlikely to pass with the current Senate (both houses are needed), but neither can the President veto it. Then the Amendment goes to the States for ratification, and Republicans have proven very effective at the state level, banning same-sex marriage in a majority of States already.

    Therefore the 2014 Congressional election becomes critical. If Republicans win sufficient majorities in both houses then this anti-gay marriage amendment will go to the States for ratification, where it could have a good chance of passage.
    Even if Republicans gained control of the Senate, I still don't think they would be able to get the 2/3 needed. The Republicans would need a huge takeover of the Senate to overcome the few (and its a very few) in their party that support marriage equality added on to nearly all of the Democrats that support it. Also even some of those that don't support marriage equality might not support a constitutional amendment. And if it ever got to the states, I think 38 states would be near impossible.
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    Jun 26, 2013 10:33 PM GMT
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    ART_DECO said If Republicans win sufficient majorities in both houses then this anti-gay marriage amendment will go to the States for ratification, where it could have a good chance of passage.

    It doesn't have any chance of passing. There are 12 states with marriage equality now and I don't see any of them ratifying anything. The bigots need every other state. Hawaii? Colorado? Illinois? No No and No.
    Anyway, with 54 Democrats in the Senate and a supermajority required for passage, it has no chance anyway.

    Not at present, as I said. But perhaps in 2014, or by the 2016 Presidential year. Republicans are not going to give this up, just like they keep voting to rescind Obamacare year after year, a waste of legislative time and resources.
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    Jun 27, 2013 3:11 AM GMT
    Bring it, Tony.

    I'm wondering if the KKK didn't say that exact same phrase a couple of decades ago.
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    Jun 27, 2013 3:19 AM GMT
    I was just about to say I hate his big teeth and his big head, but then realised you didn't say Tony Robbins.

    Googled him, yeah, I'm sure he's sucked cock in some gas station bathroom in his time.
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    Jun 27, 2013 3:36 AM GMT
    Huckabee's the best so far. Check it --

    My thoughts on the SCOTUS ruling that determined that same sex marriage is okay: "Jesus wept."
    — @GovMikeHuckabee


    You can just SMELL the sanctimony! Him and his ego are about to comfort each other then make sweet, sweet man-love, amen, hallelujah!
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    Jun 27, 2013 7:20 PM GMT
    Colbert_Nation saidHuckabee's the best so far. Check it --

    My thoughts on the SCOTUS ruling that determined that same sex marriage is okay: "Jesus wept."
    — @GovMikeHuckabee


    You can just SMELL the sanctimony! Him and his ego are about to comfort each other then make sweet, sweet man-love, amen, hallelujah!


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    Jun 27, 2013 7:34 PM GMT
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    Jun 27, 2013 9:11 PM GMT
    tazzari saidWho cares what these pseudo-christian idiots say? They are drowning in the wake of history.


    I'm as right wing as anyone, and certainly more so than anyone on RJ, but I'm also pragmatic. And even I say that this is over .... done ... stick a fork in it. The sooner that the rest of 'us' realize and accept that, the sooner that we can get focused on 2014 and 2016.
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    Jun 27, 2013 9:16 PM GMT
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    Iceblink saidThe bigots won't stop and now want to waste time with something that has not a chance of passing.

    Rep. Tim Huelskamp to file constitutional amendment to restore DOMA.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/rep-tim-huelskamp-to-file-constitutional-amendment-to-restore-doma-93430.html

    This is what I predicted in another thread about the Court rulings. Unlikely to pass with the current Senate (both houses are needed), but neither can the President veto it. Then the Amendment goes to the States for ratification, and Republicans have proven very effective at the state level, banning same-sex marriage in a majority of States already.

    Therefore the 2014 Congressional election becomes critical. If Republicans win sufficient majorities in both houses then this anti-gay marriage amendment will go to the States for ratification, where it could have a good chance of passage.


    2/3rds vote in the senate ... not a chance. 38 states for ratification .... not a chance in hell. It's OVER. Get the details worked out and get on with life.
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    Jun 27, 2013 9:33 PM GMT
    No surprise here, but Perkins completely misrepresented the Supreme Court ruling on Prop. 8. In point of fact, the Supreme Court did not rule at all on Prop. 8. They merely dismissed the appeal against a lower court's ruling that had found Prop. 8 to be unconstitutional.

    So really, the supreme court has not yet made a decision concerning the constitutionality of any laws that ban same-sex marriages. I assume that someday the court will be forced to hear those arguments.
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    Jun 27, 2013 10:13 PM GMT
    freedomisntfree said
    tazzari saidWho cares what these pseudo-christian idiots say? They are drowning in the wake of history.


    I'm as right wing as anyone, and certainly more so than anyone on RJ, but I'm also pragmatic. And even I say that this is over .... done ... stick a fork in it. The sooner that the rest of 'us' realize and accept that, the sooner that we can get focused on 2014 and 2016.






    Alas, as long as such GOP luminaries as Texas Republican Rep. Michael Burgess fantasize about masturbating fetuses, or Arizona Rep Trent Franks continue to say stupid things about rape, serious people will not vote for Republicans. To quote the Huffington Post:

    "These kinds of comment only come from a moron," said Massachusetts Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez -- and she's the Republican candidate! It doesn't happen too often, but here we agree with a Republican: Franks is a moron. But that doesn't explain why there seem to be so many like him. And why they never seem to learn.

    "If public humiliation is not a sufficient deterrent," said former deputy executive director of the House GOP's campaign arm Brock McCleary, addressing the unending parade of conservatives who get flogged in the press for saying stupid things, "what can the party possibly do to prevent it?"

    “May we humbly suggest that they start by not nominating morons for public office?”

    I will be the first one to say that a functional democracy needs oppositional parties – but they need intelligent ones, and in this country, now, reactionary social views are simply not going to cut it, and more than a position defined by one syllable – “no” – is going to get us, or the GOP, anywhere.

    The GOP needs to shut down for a while, clean house, and come back when they have made it clear that they will no longer pander to religious whackos, obstructionists, and draconic budgetary ideas that flagrantly favor the very wealthy and hand democracy over, tied hand and foot, to money and corporations.

    And we won't even speak of the appalling Phillis Shlafly - another person who gives conservatism a very dirty name.

    You seem to be a very sensible person, and as you have remarked, I suspect we might find many view we hold in common. But at the moment, I suspect you may be a lonely voice of rationality in a party that appears to have taken leave of its senses.
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    Jun 27, 2013 10:55 PM GMT
    jeepguySD saidNo surprise here, but Perkins completely misrepresented the Supreme Court ruling on Prop. 8. In point of fact, the Supreme Court did not rule at all on Prop. 8. They merely dismissed the appeal against a lower court's ruling that had found Prop. 8 to be unconstitutional.

    So really, the supreme court has not yet made a decision concerning the constitutionality of any laws that ban same-sex marriages. I assume that someday the court will be forced to hear those arguments.

    But Tony Perkins version sounds so much better to rile up his supporters and keep sending money to the FRC and keep him employed in a career of hate.