Biden 'Absolutely Comfortable' With Gay Marriage

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Vice President Joe Biden is not convinced the economic recovery has flatlined, doesn't think Mitt Romney has a jobs plan and is "absolutely comfortable" with gay marriage.
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Ralston the third

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How can anyone condone the perverted act of man lying with another man. How sicking.

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WHO THE FREAK even asked him his opinion?? So concerned with the Jobs Bill referring that Mitt hasn't even given it any thought...WHAT??? Yo Dude, ask your commander-in-chief WHAT THE FREAK happened to the original Jobs Bill?? Hey, ya all got rooms to spare at the WH, can my family move in with ya all..since my pad has been foreclosed upon...since zilch number of decent jobs are going to illegals AND NOT to my taxpaying azz...???

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May 6, 2012
 
This is one of the many reasons that I'm not comfortable with Joe Biden - or his "boss".
Naturally Wired

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May 6, 2012
 
Liberals. Same every where in every country.

Babbling mental cases.
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May 6, 2012
 
Why does this buffoon Biden even try to pretend that he is Catholic? Gay marriage is against the Catholic faith. If you want gay marriage, get out of the Catholic Church and find some other religion where you can vote on whatever you want to believe in based on what is popular or fashionable at any given moment.
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May 6, 2012
 
Sandy wrote:
Gay marriage is against the Catholic faith.
so is birth control yet 90% of American Catholic's use it. How about divorce? Does the Catholic church frown on that too? In other words, the Catholic teachings are irrelevant in America.

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May 6, 2012
 
This is a test to see how the conservative anit-gays would react to President Obama making the same type of statement.

From what I've heard so far, it doesn't seem to be much of an issue. It's not like it would come as a big suprise to anyone.

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May 6, 2012
 
Sandy wrote:
Why does this buffoon Biden even try to pretend that he is Catholic? Gay marriage is against the Catholic faith. If you want gay marriage, get out of the Catholic Church and find some other religion where you can vote on whatever you want to believe in based on what is popular or fashionable at any given moment.
The majority of US Catholics support marriage equality for same-sex couples, as well as women being priests, priests being married, access to birth control, etc, etc. All things the Pope-a-dope opposes.
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WeTheSheeple wrote:
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The majority of US Catholics support marriage equality for same-sex couples, as well as women being priests, priests being married, access to birth control, etc, etc. All things the Pope-a-dope opposes.
The majority of Germans in the 1930s supported Hitler and the Nazi regime - did that make them right? The overwhelming majority of Americans at that same time supported racial segregation in the United States in schools and public accommodations - did that make them right? One of the great things about the Catholic faith is that it stands for timeless truths rather than what is popular or fashionable in society at the moment.

No one is forced to become a Catholic. But if people find Catholic teachings to be oppressive, they are free to join another church or to form their own in which they could pick and choose their beliefs by majority rule. But the Catholic Church isn't going to submit its most fundamental teachings to a popular vote.

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May 6, 2012
 
Sandy wrote:
The majority of Germans in the 1930s supported Hitler and the Nazi regime - did that make them right? The overwhelming majority of Americans at that same time supported racial segregation in the United States in schools and public accommodations - did that make them right? One of the great things about the Catholic faith is that it stands for timeless truths rather than what is popular or fashionable in society at the moment.
No one is forced to become a Catholic. But if people find Catholic teachings to be oppressive, they are free to join another church or to form their own in which they could pick and choose their beliefs by majority rule. But the Catholic Church isn't going to submit its most fundamental teachings to a popular vote.
Funny you mention Nazi Germany considering homosexuals were persecuted in Nazi Germany under the control of Catholic Hitler.
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Wat the Tyler wrote:
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Funny you mention Nazi Germany considering homosexuals were persecuted in Nazi Germany under the control of Catholic Hitler.
Funny you mention the United States considering practicing Catholics are persecuted under the dictatorship of Obama.

And thank you for proving my point - just because you cite majority rule doesn't mean that something is right or morally justified.

Gay marriage is an absurd idea anyway. Next you will redefine marriage as two men marrying two women, group marriage, people marrying their pets. By your definition of marriage, two consenting adults can do whatever they want, so you've just legalize incest, so long as it's between consenting adults. Sick.

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Sandy wrote:
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The majority of Germans in the 1930s supported Hitler and the Nazi regime - did that make them right? The overwhelming majority of Americans at that same time supported racial segregation in the United States in schools and public accommodations - did that make them right? One of the great things about the Catholic faith is that it stands for timeless truths rather than what is popular or fashionable in society at the moment.
No one is forced to become a Catholic. But if people find Catholic teachings to be oppressive, they are free to join another church or to form their own in which they could pick and choose their beliefs by majority rule. But the Catholic Church isn't going to submit its most fundamental teachings to a popular vote.
You fundies want to put everything else to popular vote, why not the teachings of the catholic church?

The people make the church, without them the church is nothing. I'd be more than happy if the catholic church died out tomorrow. In the meantime, American catholics are free to believe whatever they please. The pedophile pope can go back to his nazi youth days......

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Sandy wrote:
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Funny you mention the United States considering practicing Catholics are persecuted under the dictatorship of Obama.
And thank you for proving my point - just because you cite majority rule doesn't mean that something is right or morally justified.
Gay marriage is an absurd idea anyway. Next you will redefine marriage as two men marrying two women, group marriage, people marrying their pets. By your definition of marriage, two consenting adults can do whatever they want, so you've just legalize incest, so long as it's between consenting adults. Sick.
That's what we say every time you religious freaks want to vote away our equal rights in America.

Btw, it's you heteros who currently practice polygamy & incest all across the world right now. If you really want to "protect marriage" you might want to start will your fellow sick heteros.
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May 7, 2012
 
How can a country less that 250 years old be 200 years behind in their social policies?

Are all your educational establishments run by cults?

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