Monday, June 05, 2006



G.W. Bush, pandering to the far right:

As this debate goes forward, we must remember that every American deserves to be treated with tolerance, respect, and dignity. All of us have a duty to conduct this discussion with civility and decency toward one another, and all people deserve to have their voices heard. A constitutional amendment will put a decision that is critical to American families and American society in the hands of the American people, which is exactly where it belongs. Democracy, not court orders, should decide the future of marriage in America.

Every American except those who don't fit the description of God-fearing, hate-mongering, fundamentalist crazy person.

We have a war going on that is bankrupting the country and killing thousands of Americans and Iraqis, a "homeland defense" system that is indefensible, a government that is systematically breaking the backs of the people who are the backbone of this country, and THIS is what Bush is worried about?

Well, Bush never was particularly subtle.