Here is why you should not vote for this Liberal Christian McCain.
1- He accepted to be interviewed by a popular lesbian because he wants to get the votes of gays and lesbians and even if their union is not called a marriage, McCain is not against 2- because they can enter in a contract. The obvious proof is in Ellen DeGeneres reply: "Well, my hope is someday it won’t be called a contract; it will be called marriage."
Call me a gay hater if it makes you happy but in fact if you’d call me that way it is because you are the gay
hater simply because I am applying the Word of God by loving them enough to tell them that a union between two women or two men is unnatural and the obvious proof of that is they can not conceive a child naturally – of course, they can go for unnatural things in the hospital. They soul is at stake.
In His Service,
Ellen Pushes McCain on Same Sex Marriage: "You’re No Different Than I Am; Our Love Is the Same"
May 22, 2008 9:32 AM
the episode of the Ellen DeGeneres Show taped yesterday, to air today,
the lesbian talk show host pushes her guest – presumptive GOP nominee
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz — on his opposition to same sex marriage,
which the California Supreme Court cleared the way for last week.
DeGeneres announced her intention to marry her partner, actress
Portia de Rossi, this Summer, which she brought up, calling the subject
"the elephant in the room."
"I’m obviously excited and to me this is only fair and only natural," DeGeneres said.
McCain said he thought "people should be able to enter into legal
agreements, and I think that that is something that we should
encourage, particularly in the case of insurance and other areas,
decisions that have to be made. I just believe in the unique status of
marriage between man and woman. And I know that we have a respectful
disagreement on that issue."
"Blacks and women did not have the right to vote," DeGeneres
responded. "I mean, women just got the right to vote in 1920. Blacks
didn’t have the right to vote until 1870. And it just feels like there
is this old way of thinking that we are not all the same. We are all
the same people, all of us. You’re no different than I am. Our love
is the same. To me — to me, what it feels like — just, you know, I
will speak for myself — it feels — when someone says, ‘You can have a
contract, and you’ll still have insurance, and you’ll get all that,’ it
sounds to me like saying, ‘Well, you can sit there; you just can’t sit
there.’ That’s what it sounds like to me. It feels like — it doesn’t
feel inclusive…It feels — it feels isolated. It feels like we are
not — you know, we aren’t owed the same things and the same wording."
Said McCain, softly, "Well, I’ve heard you articulate that position
in a very eloquent fashion. We just have a disagreement. And I, along
with many, many others, wish you every happiness."
"Thank you," responded DeGeneres. "So you’ll walk me down the aisle? Is that what you’re saying?"
McCain laughed." Touché," he said.
"Well, my hope is someday it won’t be called a contract; it will be called marriage," DeGeneres responded.
Marie M. Buchanan, M.Ps.
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