The right wingers stereotype everybody. Some know-it-all from the right decided that Prius owners were leftists. The rest of them jumped on the band wagon. Pitiful!
I attended a flag waving ceremony on the 10th anniversary of 9-11 and the majority if drivers below us honked in support. Over tr course of 1 hour not a single prius did. Also they did a survey and 75 percent of prius owners said a reason they chose the car was to make a political statement.
I cannot take seriously a church or pastor that supports abortion or gay marriage.
Where was the flag waving and how close to the road below that you ascertained that none of the prius' honked?
The flag waving ceremony was over I95 in harked county one exit north of White marsh boulevard. It was like 20 feet above the roadway. I need to find the link to the survey.
I agree a pastor should preach against gay marriage and abortion.
In 1961, a young African-American man (Rev. Wright), after hearing President John F. Kennedy's challenge to, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country," gave up his student deferment, left college in Virginia and voluntarily joined the Marines.
In 1963, this man, having completed his (2) years of service in the Marines,
volunteered again to become a Navy corpsman. (They provide medical assistance to the Marines as well as to Navy personnel.)
MOM's reputation is more on the line. If gay marriage and the Dream Act fail it hurts him in 2016. I am voting for one and not the other.
QUESTION: MOM was suppose to be on Meet the Press today. Anyone know why he was a no show?
Keep your hands off my electoins!
Have some of you seriously forgotten about wrights sermon after sept 11?
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