We all know her from her husband’s Presidency… and from her not so great performance as Secretary of State, but the question remains….
Just who is Hillary Clinton…
And does she deserve to be President?
Watch the following and decide for yourself….
It’s one thing to be wealthy….
It’s another to lie and say you are/were ‘dead broke’.
Tip to Hillary… When you’re trying to come off as an champion for “everyday Americans”, it might not hurt to have some digs that these “everyday Americans” can relate too….
As most of them can’t even think about affording the multi-million dollar homes that you have.
Via Campus Reform:
So what do Millennials think of a candidate who criticizes the “1 percent,” but simultaneously owns multi-million dollar properties in Washington, D.C. and New York and spends her summers in the Hamptons? Campus Correspondent Cabot Phillips took to the streets of our nation’s capitol to find out in Campus Reform’s debut of “Candidate’s Cribs.”
Well, it’s official…. sorta.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has let it be known that he’s officially running for the GOP nomination for President….
Let the media circus begin.
(The speech starts at the 2:58 mark or there about)
Yesterday, I posted a couple of quotes from Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on my personal Facebook page. The quotes came from an article regarding a speech given by Moore on the effects the recent SCOTUS decision on same-sex marriage will have on those who cannot accept or go along with said ruling due to the fact it goes completely against their religious beliefs.
The quotes I shared were these:
“Is there such a thing as morality anymore? Sodomy for centuries was declared to be against the laws of nature and nature’s God. And now if you say that in public, and I guess I am, am I violating somebody’s civil rights? Have we elevated morality to immorality? Do we call good, bad? What are we Christians to do?” “Christians are commanded not to hate their fellow man. They are commanded to love their fellow man … We are to love our fellow man and if we love our fellow man what are we do but tell them when there is sin, because sin is something you are supposed to hate. When they create it as a national right, a fundamental right, what are we do?”
While several folks liked them; one even adding a hearty “Amen” to it, I had several IM’s telling me what they thought…which wasn’t so nice. Then there was one public response that I thought deserving of a reply…
Albeit here instead of there, as I can go a bit more into depth and detail here than in a regular Facebook response.
Here’s the posting :
When the Supreme Court of these here United States… actually it was 5 liberal-minded judges…. decided that same-sex marriage was a right protected by the Constitution…
Whether for good or bad all depends on several factors.
If you are among the 1.6 % in America who admit that they are of the LBGT persuasion, or one of their many supporters… then the decision was one that evoked many tearful, joyful emotions.
According to the “first gay” President, it is a ‘victory’ that many people have been praying for…and that in granting gays and lesbians the right to marry, “made our union a little more perfect.“
However, if your deeply held religious convictions convince you that such unions between same-sex couples are wrong….and not so perfect…
Then the ruling portends persecution for those who may oppose it. Read More..
Much has been said already about the SCOTUS decision re-defining marriage in America. Both sides of the political aisle have said plenty either celebrating the vote or denouncing it.
And while I’m sure there is plenty more that will be said; especially by those of the LGBT persuasion (or their supporters)….
I don’t hear a lot coming from the right side…
And I wonder, what’s up with that?
Are folks in the conservative/religious side already obeying their President and ditching their religious convictions on same-sex marriage?
In an article found over at the Daily Caller, President Barack Obama urged supporters of same-sex marriage Friday to “help” people to overcome their religious convictions, so they are no longer held back from a progressive American view of equality. Read More..