Posts filed under 'Why I’m not really a conservative'

It turns out…

I’m not just a contrarian, viagra sale here I may also be a skeptic.

Add comment August 22nd, 2006

I’ll be voting against Wisconsin’s Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment.


You probably figured my dislike for Brokeback Mountain (as illustrated here and here) means I dislike gay people.

I don’t.

I’ve actually been hit on by a few men in my time and I was always flattered.

(Though that one guy totally blew my chances with the girl I was talking to.)

And I understand that many people who are in favor of the amendment aren’t anti-gay, buy viagra find they’re pro-marriage.

But, pills to tell you the truth, I just don’t see how a gay couple getting married diminishes the value of a straight couple’s commitment.

In fact, I think the state should get out of the marriage business entirely.

Let the state issue civil union licenses that can be used for procurring insurance, inheritance rights, etc…to both gay and straight couples and leave the marriage pronouncements where they belong: with the priests and ministers.

In the end, I’m with Republican state representative Gregg Underheim ‚Äì constitutions are about securing rights, not restricting them.

So, just like him, I’ll be voting against the amendment when I get the chance.

12 comments March 4th, 2006

Sung to the tune of “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off.”

You say Delay.

And I say Gary.

You say Jensen.

And I say Thompson.

Delay! Gary! Jensen! Thompson!

Let’s call the whole thing Abramoff.

Neither side has the high ground folks. Try to remember that when you’re throwing stones.

1 comment January 26th, 2006

Why I’m not really a conservative: #2

I believe in evolution.

And even if I didn’t, best viagra remedy I would agree 100% with the federal judge who decided that intelligent design is NOT science and IS a violation of the establishment clause.

That’s reason #2.

Add comment December 29th, 2005

Why I’m not really a conservative: #1

The environment.

I LIKE the environment.

And I’d be happy to see a couple of lumberjacks switch to computer programming…

…if it ensured that my great grand children could still see owls in the wild.

That’s reason #1.

Add comment December 27th, 2005


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