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The Stupidity of Social Issues Candidates, Part II

 

Ah, Carl Paladino... we hardly knew ye. And then you went and opened your mouth. And now, we reap the consequences in the form of Gov. Cuomo.

Carl's writing a book now that's entitled, "How to Lose Big Time in a Republican Year." The first chapter is about hating on people while pretending to be a Christian.

Humanity is full of people with biases and prejudices and opinions. It's normal to have them. But where you lose people is when you bring those to the level of government, aka the State. Nobody wants morality legislated. People want the freedom to be who they choose to be, and the rest of us expect that they won't step on the liberties of others in doing so.

And for those who think that all law is the legislation of morality, that would be incorrect. All law is the preservation of freedom. The law steps in when someone's freedom is violated. So back up with your morality and don't force it on me.

 


by Brett Rogers, 10/18/2010 10:49:22 AM
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The fact that he mentioned gay men's wearing of speedos, and "grinding on each other" on at least 5 different news shows makes me think Mr. Paladino is a self-hating closet case.

 

 

Posted by Casey Head (http://www.thewarning.us), 10/18/2010 11:08:00 AM


I can't tell you how glad I am to have moved out of NY. There is really no other way to put it but to say the entire state is fucked. I question the intelligence or sanity of anyone who wants to lead the "Titanic" of states.

 

 

Posted by Pale Rider, 10/20/2010 8:43:59 PM



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