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Tuesday, 18 May 2004
Seperate positions, the same allegiance
Yesterday I watched black churchmen, civil rights leaders, and their laymen denounce the view that homosexual marriage is a civil rights issue. I laughed at those press conferences because despite the fact that they hold those views, they vote for the same people that homosexuals do. The arguments made Blacks during these press conferences will be ignored by their Left-Wing leadership because that leadership is making haste to be "En Vogue" with thier socialists friends across the pond. Ironically, The Bush Administration is doing "again" exactly what Blacks eliminate this idea that this nation should recognize homosexual marriage. Unfortunately, this allegiance will not be seen as an honest closeness of ideas between Black and the Republican Party because of the perception Blacks have about the Republican Party. Even now, there is no person in the Republican leadership who is proclaiming this political agreement.

Posted by Mali D. Currington at 2:59 PM PDT

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