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Friday, September 12, 2014

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Why I'll Vote Conservative In November...

Probably not that many care. I've been a life long Republican, although I did register Democrat for a short time while living in North Carolina. Neither party, fully represents my personal views but the Republicans, for the most part, come a world closer than the Dems do. I get asked, "how can you be gay and a Christian"? or "how can you be gay and a Republican?" quite a bit actually. There seems to be an overwhelming opinion that all gays are Democrat, liberal, and anti-Christian. These are generalizations and they are all false.

The Democrat party has been almost totally taken over by leftwingnuts, Moveondotorg, socialism and some pretty bizarre groups. At least for my taste. The old southern Democrats are almost all gone and what they've been replaced with just don't identify with me. Now, I have to say that the Republican party isn't much better. We've been taken over by righwingnuts, mean spirited, biblical fundamentalists and just some overall mean and nasty people. I don't identify with them one bit either. Now I realize that these are both generalizations and I know that there are good, sincere, caring and kind folks in both parties. However, I don't believe the overwhelming socialistic policies of the Democrats can help us, in fact they will hurt us far more than the anti-gay policies of the Republicans.

I have wrestled with this decision, acting losing sleep over it. I don't want to vote for a group that is diabolically opposed to me and the gay community. I am a part of this group and I don't want to see harm come to us. I do know that a Republican victory will set back gay rights and gay marriage; for a time anyhow. However, I believe that the fiscal policies and the moving towards Socialism will do even more and longer lasting harm to all of us, including the gay community.

I see a trend starting within both the Evangelical Christian part of Christianity and also within the Republican party. More and more, young people are beginning to realize that we, are not their enemy and are moving towards a more kinder, gentler, affirming and accepting attitude towards us. While this may take time, I am encouraged by what I see.

Although I feel obliged by my own conscious to vote for a more fiscal conservative I will continue to do my part to fight for the GLBTQ community and pray that one day the Libertarians will become very popular.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Scott Brown Wins Massachusetts Senate

What does this mean? Well I think it does speak to how American's feel about certain directions the country has rapidly advanced toward in the last year. A president was elected that most of us didn't know. He wasn't vetted by the main stream news media at all; the only one who really took a hard look at him was the conservative media. If a quarter of the scrutiny given to Sarah Palin had been given to Barak Obama, John McCain would be our sitting president.

I am not going to rehash the months leading up to the election or since, but I do think that many Americans are seeing our president and certain leaders in our national government for the people they are and the true politics that they have. I am not opposed to health care reform and neither is the Republican party; however, we are against the government taking over the health care industry. You need only look to Canada to see how disastrous it is. Michael Moore can spin his "Sicko" all he wants but lets face it, he had an agenda!

I have talked with a number of Canadian citizens over the years and not one of them liked their health care system. Back in 2007, I believe it was, I had a conversation with a lady truck driver who was from Canada. She told me how she had fallen out of her truck and was hurt, went to the doctor, and was instructed that she needed an MRI. She told me that she had to come to the US and pay for it out of her own pocket because the waiting list for an MRI was 1 1/2 years. Can yo believe that!

Once again, I am not saying that our system is perfect or can't be made better; however, if socialized health care hasn't worked elsewhere, it won't work here! Do you really want to see what government run health care will be like, take a look at the Veteran's Administration Medical system. If you think it runs good, talk to a veteran who uses it. I don't hear many good things from them.

So I am off topic! Does anyone other me find it ironic that the home state to the senator who "championed" health care reform chose Scott Brown to replace him when he died. I think the American people have only began to speak, and come November they are going to scream!

I'll blog about that a little later but right now I've got to get ready for class.

David