Stumbled upon this yesterday and found it both hilarious and also wondering if it was real or not. A quick Google search seems so show it is real and
is an attempt to get a few votes out of some southerners apparently.
I also came to think "how could anyone vote for such a person who believes this crap, among his even more ridiculous religious beliefs". But came to
conclude that Americans continue to bring in presidents who believe in talking snakes, global floods, flat and young earths with beyond time and space
beings who contradictorily know all and can do all.
Where are all the non-religious global leaders? Perhaps the next bold presidential change following a female president? At least many forefathers
where largely deists, they seemed to have been quite well rounded.
Anyway, that's my rant!
edit on 15/9/12 by Ghost147 because: (no reason given)
That was an ad to sway people to vote Romney, an ad.. like they were selling a new brand of vacuum cleaners right?
My word I've never seen anything more ridiculous, I won't even talk about the ad in itself, the fact that they even do these kind of ads to get
votes is ridiculous, they treat you like idiotic babies.
It's a huge election, and from this ad I get the impression it's as important as a circus coming to town.
I am not gay in any way or form. BUT if I one day I met some dude and just fell completely in love with the man some how, why in the hell would some
religious nut have the right to tell me no you can't marry the person you love.......it just isn't right? I don't think so. That's one of the
problems in the middle east, all of these religious freaks have control and it seems the same is about to happen here.
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