Rep. Barney Frank, the country's first openly gay member of Congress, told CNN's Erin Burnett the comments made today by President Obama supporting same sex marriage made him feel "even better about my country."
I believe the candidates should be talking about jobs, economy, affordable health care and a safe place for people to invest and earn a decent dollar on their investments. I don't trust wall street and CD's aren't paying anything we need someone new to replace Ben Berneke (SP not sure) he is still on the Bush pay roll and will do just the same thing he did in 2007.
Romans 1:27 "In the same way the men also abandoned natural relationships with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion."
So should we stone adulterers, like it says in the Bible? Cut off the hands of thieves?
You can't pick and choose your scriptures.
The Bible says in Romans 1:27 "In the same way the men also abandoned natural relationships with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion."
Why didn't Bawney feel better about his country when Dick Cheney came out for this years ago? I mean really, Obama only came out for it because Biden backed him into a corner.
ROBERT: How is he speaking "giberish"? Actually, it's spelled gibberish. Did you refer to his slight speech impediment? BTW, it's been found that "spike the ball" is a positive analogy.
I was surprised to hear Roland Martin's "lack" of support about President Obama's support on Gay Marriage. If the focus of support was directed to a group that Mr. Roland belonged, I'm sure he would have been more supportive...
Knock it off Barney and show some respect for yourself and others.. Some of us straight men have other views of the world, and your only causing more problems when you spike the ball with giberish!!!.
Grow out of the nineteenth century.
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