A reliable indicator of hubris is to assume that you speak for everyone else. You do it consistently. And speaking of of repetition, doing the same thing over and over again is a reliable indicator of insanity. Or stupidity. Take your pick.
If Michael felt my assumption was wrong, I believe he'd have corrected me by now (and he may correct me on that point, too). But thus far he has not. So I'll stand behind my comment 'til I'm proved wrong by the party of authority in this case — and that ain't you, honey.
Regarding homophobic remarks, labeling the content of yoyo's link as "propaganda" is your screed seed in this thread. Can't wait to see where it goes from here.
Need another clue? When someone tells you directly at the very top of a thread that they don't want your input on the topic, it's another reliable indicator — that you've already set the expectations of others regarding your homophobic POV and documented history of bigotry. You can't hide behind your own wall of BS anymore, km. You can no longer wash the fear of The Gay out of your hair. And wearing an ass hat won't hide it either.
....the city of Washington is currently one of the few enlightened places in the country ;-)
I wasn't just referring to acceptance of gays, and not just to the city itself, but I was referring to Congress in general sense with all their political side shows we see every day with McConnell, the Boehner, the Cantor, Bachman... they are so intolerant of anything outside thir narrow scoped mindset.
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
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