Anonymous asked: Ron Paul is NOT racist, sexist or homophobic, please do some research. He’s the only honest candidate who has a real plan that will save the country. The media is ignoring/labelling him because they know he has the right idea and they don’t want what’s best for the people.
Ron Paul wants to define life as starting at conception, build a fence along the US-Mexico border, prevent the Supreme Court from hearing cases on the Establishment Clause or the right to privacy, permitting the return of sodomy laws and the like (a bill which he has repeatedly re-introduced), pull out of the UN, disband NATO, end birthright citizenship, deny federal funding to any organisation which “which presents male or female homosexuality as an acceptable alternative life style or which suggest that it can be an acceptable life style” along with destroying public education and social security, and abolish the Federal Reserve in order to put America back on the gold standard. He was also the sole vote against divesting US federal government investments in corporations doing business with the genocidal government of the Sudan.
Oh, and he believes that the Left is waging a war on religion and Christmas, he’s against gay marriage, is against the popular vote, opposes the Civil Rights Act of 1964, wants the estate tax repealed, is STILL making racist remarks, believes that the Panama Canal should be the property of the United States, and believes in New World Order conspiracy theories, not to mention his belief that the International Baccalaureate program is UN mind control.
Now as I said in another post literally just today, I don’t like Ron Paul because he’ll leave certain things alone as “states’ issues.” But history has proven that doesn’t work. Human rights trump states’ rights. A state is not a person; a human is a person. Human rights don’t get to be voted on.
I don’t like abortion
I don’t like contraceptives, I don’t like anything that lets people have sex and not experience the consequence of it, not that babies are a consequence, but you know what I mean.
For me, sex is something that should be between a married couple, or a couple who has the intention of having a baby. No teenagers, I don’t think it’s appropriate for you to be having sex at this age, but what the fuck am I going to do, it’s your life not mine.
I feel the same way. Kyle and I, we don’t use any kind of birth control for the very reason described. I mean we’re really hoping we have a baby soon. We try over and over and over again, but for some reason it just hasn’t worked. I’m starting to wonder if I am, well, barren. What other explanation could there be?!
But I’m so happy to know that there are other decent, moral people out there who understand what sex is really about.
aaronitron’s bio: “One, 23 year-old, gay-male, houseboyfriend from Seattle, Washington.”
I AM NOW DEAD.
So many ♥’s for aaronitron XD
And buttermequeasy/usedtofeellikeheaven is apparently unaware that married couples use contraception and have abortions, too.