President Obama Should Be “Entirely Uncomfortable” With North Carolina Vote

Well done!

The people of North Carolina have spoken.

Nay, they have shouted.

61 to 39 percent in favour of banning so-called gay marriages, these are percentages you won’t see often in the free world. 

This is, I think, the more relevant because it comes in the middle of a presidential campaign increasingly more dominated by religious questions: the HHS mandate and now the attitude of a Christian country toward open perversion.

If I were Obama, I would start to think my advisers  are a bunch of idiots who will drive me to the wall before I can say “Kathleen Sebelius”; with the first of the idiots being, of course, his VP, who makes everything he can to make Obama look as he deserves.

Also note the direction things are taking: North Carolina already banned so-called gay marriages, but the electorate clearly wanted to slam the door altogether, and twenty-eight other states preceded it. Make no  mistake, this confrontation is getting harsher.

I have often expressed the opinion, and repeat it today, that the so-called gay movement has some chances of success until there is no great opposition on the other side and they can hope in a benevolent disinterest from mainstream America.

This dynamic will, I think, entirely change when the conflict erupts and becomes open war. When the average citizen awakens to the perversion of sodomy and the absurdity of giving it legal recognition, homos will have no better cards than paedophiles. 

For a while, judicial activism can hope to compensate for the several dozens of defeats in the popular vote, but if the USA are to survive as a democracy, the people will demand that their voice be heard.

Today, once again, the people have spoken. There is no mistaking either the message in North Carolina, or the general climate in the rest of the country.

On this occasion, Obama has tried not to shoot himself in the foot but thankfully, his VP did it for him. North Carolina could be decisive in November, one cannot but feel Biden is doing an excellent job. I wonder how Obama’s opinion on the matter will “evolve”, though.

Kudos to the people of North Carolina. They have reacted in the right way to the attempt to make abomination presentable.

But make no mistake, the only way to let this nonsense end is the reintroduction of sodomy laws. We’ll get there one day, though I doubt I will live to see it.

Mundabor

Posted on May 9, 2012, in Catholicism and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Nothing could be finer than to ban gay marriages in Carolina!

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