Thank you, Dennis and Thomas. I needed a good laugh today. So funny! So ironic! With the right secret words, I'm guessing Huma Abedin will un-holster a love gun and spray rainbows across the 5th District, and force Rep. Ellison to do something! I get it! Funny! Funny! Do another one, Ridiculous Duo!
We find more than several commentators in these MinnPost threads that don't rise much above a six year old's emotional level. But that's probably true of any crowd. So the question is - do you "tsk tsk" the tantrum thrower, or just walk away?
Ignorance is blissful to some. Ignoring them takes away what they perceive to have.
The marriage debate IS about freedom of conscience. Indeed, for hundreds if not thousands of years, the collective conscience of religion, and more recently the Republican party, has imposed a system of belief and behavior into human culture that has denied the reality of humankind.
For as long as there have been people, there have been gay people. Gay predates religions and republics and parties. It's a part of who we are. It's ironic that there is worry about conscience being...
I'm a liberal man...I'm not gay...and you, Mr.Tester, have made one truly offensive comment. Your previous post outlined your feelings, and your latest outlined your true heart. You echo the manner of the two women you praise...and THAT'S why people like me oppose them. And you. It's not your beliefs - it's the content of your character.
I wasn't at the Capitol, but a good friend of mine and a fellow GLBT ally was, and I also read the transcript of the comments. I agree, they were hurtful words, and ironically as far from the teachings of Jesus Christ as can be imagined. The Basilica of St. Mary Rector, Father John Bauer, is a friend of mine and I plan on meeting with him before the Block Party as time may permit, and certainly during. As we haven't had the opportunity to discuss it, I don't know what his...