While I may be a conservative my viewpoints and beliefs towards issues like gay marriage and abortion tend to lean more towards the liberal end of the spectrum. In fact my ideology of those issues tends to be on par with a statement made by Democratic political strategist Mr James Carville- "I was against gay marriage until I realized I didn't have to get one."
I'd also remind you that the same man also made there following statement, "The teachings of the Church line up more with the Democratic Party than the Republican Party..... We should not run away from religious teachings. We should run to them."
At the end of the day these are not the real issues that Americans should be concerned about. These are the issues that the Obama Campaign would like us to focus on because they CAN NOT run a successful campaign based on his growing list of failed policies, rising unemployment, raising of the debt ceiling, skyrocketing national debt, unsecured borders and fuel prices that are still over $1.80 higher per gallon than when he took office.
Then there is the issue of Attorney General Eric Holder suing the state of Florida because they want to enforce stricter control at the polling places by requiring photo identification for all voters. Holder alleges that this is discriminatory towards minorities. This is the same Attorney General who sued the state of Arizona because they wanted to enforce immigration laws that the federal government would not.
And since BigTom brought it up let's discuss the Walker recall. This should send a chilling message to the Obama campaign and to the administration in general. Even though that state is all but controlled by the Unions Walker has stepped up and all but eliminated the stranglehold they had on government contracts in the state, reduced the cost of doing business by requiring non-union contracts and has been able to put more people to work as a result. Most of the automotive industry has fled Detroit because of the high cost of doing business in a union town. Instead they have moved their factories to Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, Indiana and North Carolina where they could hire local labor at a lower rate, reducing the cost of producing their vehicles and making them more competitively priced with their Japanese counterparts and been able to turn a profit instead of operating in the red. The fact that a Democrat could not claim the governorship of a predominantly and historically Democratic state speaks volumes about President Obama's chances for re-election in 2012.
Which leads me into the recent Bill Clinton verses Obama comments. I like Clinton and I think he is an incredibly intelligent man. As such I believe that he realizes that his wife's opportunities to become the first female President of the United States are dwindling and if Obama manages to get re-elected and continues to run the economy into the dirt then she will have ZERO CHANCE to get elected in 2016. It actually benefits Hillary in the long run for Bill to point out where his thinking on foreign and domestic policies differ from Obama in order to sway some democrats to support Romney in November.
"BRIAN, Close the window! You're letting all the Stank out...." "Ahh, ahh, ahh and boom goes the dynamite."
DON'T MESS WITH TEXAS(It's not nice to pick on retards.)