SpankyJohnson... paging SpankyJohnson. I miss that crazy dude.
I am probably more disgusted with how Marylanders voted on that issue, than with any of the other issues. The other problem is that there should have been a much better organized campaign to fight it.
I also think that they should have copies of the new district map posted in each voting booth, so that people can see what they're voting for.
Smokey, I just got your PM, and I must say I am excited and getting butterfly's in my stomach already. And the answer is yes I would love to have dinner with you, 8pm Friday works great for me.
Coupled with your outspoken criticism of gays (which I personally find to be a little "abnormal"), I can see how people would be led to believe that there's something more going on.
Don't get me wrong. You and I agree on many issues. Unfortunately, this isn't one of them.
So what would you have society do? Start a gay colony? Ostracize them? I mean you keep sayin it's not normal. Fine we know that, but how do you maintain their "abnormal" status in a society whose cultural "norms" are perpetually evolving/progressing.Originally Posted by Smokey
Re: Question 5; There was no organized effort because the dems run everything here. Who would organize it? This question passing was one of my disappointments from Tuesday too.
I voted no on 4 and 7 too, but didn't really care if they passed.
I saw the cute4st little girtl after I left my polling place holding up a sign, as a woman was walking toward the building she asked "Could you please vote for question 4?"
The woman said okay "sweetie"... I wanted to go back in and change my vote.
As for 7, I'm kinda happy that passed...especially if MD Live's already talking about 1200 new jobs, and table games as early as this spring... We shall see...
Your "live and let live" philosophy seems to be undermined by your concern that gays are trying to normalize their status. Why should you care?
Dieser Weg wird kein leichter sein; dieser Weg wird steinig und schwer.
Nicht mit vielen wirst du dir einig sein, doch dieses Leben bietet so viel mehr. --Xavier Naidoo
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