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A Libertarian Case for Gay Rights

It’s a simple one.

The Government has no business in meddling with the daily lives of it’s citizens.

The only role of Government is national defense, maintaining private property rights and those powers outlined in it’s Constitution.

No where in the Constitution does it give the Congress the power to control the lives of it’s citizens.

I’m surprised that most modern Liberals accept that argument for somethings. And completely reject it for others, like welfare. It doesn’t make sense until you realize that modern Liberals are more interested in Power than actually benefiting the lives of it’s citizens.

Categories: Elitist, Liberal
  1. yttik
    February 25, 2010 at 11:29

    Kind of funny to watch Dick Cheney advocate for gay rights, to have Cindy McCain and her daughter advocating for gay marriage, to have a CPAC speaker booed off the stage for homophobia, and to have this GOProud group running around and gaining support.

    Meanwhile in upside down world, not only am I racist and bitter, I’m now a homophobe. LOL, go figure.

    Well, we see some progress being made on the right side of things. No word yet on when the left decides to give up their hatred. Never I suppose. Without the foundation of having everyone stay in their proper victim role, the whole platform pretty much collapses. No wonder they hate it when members of oppressed groups start thinking for themselves.

  2. February 25, 2010 at 13:26

    Ironic don’t you think. While the religious factions of both parties are loath to come to grips, the GOP as a whole is coming to grips with it. It’s funny that Cheney is more “liberal” than most liberals. Remember it was Democrats voting for Obama that did Prop 8.

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