Joe Biden: TransXXXXXX Discrimination Is 'The Civil Rights Issue Of Our Time'
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October 31, 2012 6:03 pm at 6:03 pm #605614AZOI.ISParticipant
OMG. This is getting worse and worse. This is what were in for another 4 years of! Obama calls this “generosity of spirit.” How many votes are they looking to gain by this?
(news quote 10/31/2012)
Joe Biden: TransXXXXXX Discrimination Is ‘The Civil Rights Issue Of Our Time’
(Mods, Ive removed all distasteful words, I think)
WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden said (edited) discrimination is “the civil rights issue of our time” during a visit to a Florida field office on Tuesday, according to pool reports.
Biden was meeting with volunteers at an Obama for America office in Sarasota, Fla., when he singled out one woman “who he thought had beautiful eyes,” reads the pool report. The woman said something to Biden that was inaudible to the pool reporter, but Biden responded to her by saying it was the “civil rights issue of our time.”
The woman, Linda Carragher Bourne of Sarasota, later said her daughter was Miss (edited) New England and that she had asked Biden if he would help them.
“A lot of my friends are being killed, and they don’t have the civil rights yet. These guys are gonna make it happen,” Bourne told the reporter.
The vice president has been an ally to the (edited) community. He told (edited) rights advocates in August that they are “freeing the soul of the American people.” Most notably, however, he got out in front of President Barack Obama in May when he unexpectedly announced that he is “absolutely comfortable” with (edited) marriage. Obama, at the time, was still “evolving” on the issue.
Four days later, the president endorsed (edited) marriage. When he made his announcement, Obama noted that Biden “probably got out a little bit over his skis, but out of generosity of spirit.”
Can anyone of conscience vote for these pro-Menuvalim?October 31, 2012 9:46 pm at 9:46 pm #902012crisisoftheweekMember
Well most Americans dont really care about these types of issues as long as their taxes stay low enough or go to the right places. Only conservative or liberal zealots really care enough to make big deals out of things like this anymore.
The ball to “issues” like this got rolling once they repealed the laws regarding interacial marriage and there is no end in sight.
If your question was how can frum people vote for people like this? Then the answer is simple, people who hold these kinds of views are very loose with other peoples money and tax dollars and will therefore increase spending on social programs. These social programs intended as a “saftey net” are instead looked at as a le’chatchila entitlement once you get married.
So the choice is, conservatives who want to cling to 50’s era values, or liberals that will make sure you can buy that brick of cholov yisrael cheese.
Complaining about the decay of society while taking the money from these same politicians is called “having your cake and eating it too”October 31, 2012 10:07 pm at 10:07 pm #902013avhabenParticipant
Crisis: What you are saying is that Biden is a liberal zealot since only they care about this issue (as you say.)
While you correct about that, you are incorrect about your other point. The conservatives do not seek to repeal food stamps and the like. So we can indeed support traditional social values and conservatives.October 31, 2012 10:22 pm at 10:22 pm #902014akupermaParticipant
Meaning the Democrats (hear that Mr. Hikind, Mr. Greenfield, etc.) will be targetting groups that don’t approve of “transsexuals”. We are not in their bull’s eye.October 31, 2012 10:50 pm at 10:50 pm #902015AZOI.ISParticipant
crisis, How about having a job “that will make sure you can buy that brick of cholov yisrael cheese”?November 1, 2012 5:19 pm at 5:19 pm #902016crisisoftheweekMember
Absolutly! But working is only for people who dont have enough emunah that the bills will get paid on time.
So programs designed for the “truly needy” go to benefit people who can get jobs but just choose not to.
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