paulflexes saidIf a Republican gets elected in 2016, I honestly, truly, with all my heart, wish he gets assassinated before he ever gets to write his first hate law.
I don't see it happening, their MO, usual running platform of "family values" has gone way way too far to the right with their party now endorsing crazy behavior like "killing the gays" petitions and anti gay discrimination laws, all out in the open, blatant, hateful rhetoric. Add allowing us to marry legally in all 50 states, something they fought us for many years, they need to turn there attention to the next fight, which we see now as religious liberty versus our civil rights and existence. Nation wide LGBT Employment will be the next hurdle since its interconnected with gay marriage. Whether single or married, we all have to work or at least have an income of some type. Most of America already believes lgbt employment discrimination should not be tolerated and should have federal laws stating as such, it was marriage equality that was the big defining moment.
Republicans really have nothing to run on, except "take back the country from the gays" platform. They don't care about creating jobs or improving the economy, we already know they are for corporations, their big profits and low wages for the working class. Anyone under 30 years old is not going to vote for them if they run their usual anti gay family values campaign. They now really look and act like sociopathic lunatics, voting people are finally noticing. Hopefully, we as a forward thinking country, will NEVER have another republican or conservative thinking president again, at least in the next generation. There big learned recent lesson, now, should have been that everyone matters in our FREE country, not just the ones with the most money or influence. If they still haven't "got it" by 2016 elections, its going to take them a bit more time and that's fine by me.