Wednesday, March 03, 2004

Finally, someone following the laws

It's refreshing to see someone who follows the laws, what with the disaster in San Francisco. Plan and simple, people, regardless of how you feel on the subject, law is law. If I don't agree that I should have a license for my gun, that doesn't mean I can keep one without registration. That's not civil disobedience. Nor is this. I may not agree with Spitzer's personal views, but I admire him for upholding the law in the face of the public loud mouths.

I was slighted by Sen. Russell Feingold's (D) comment about this being a divisionary tactic. If so, than it's of the Democrat's devise, no? If I recall correctly, the President only took a stand after the wave of illegal activity began. Here's the thing that my dad's been pointing out: this issue is becoming increasingly demanding of the American people. You are going to have to make a decision whether or not you support this behavior. If you don't, you agree with the President, and I hope you will live out your beliefs in the vote. If you do, then you're more inclined toward the Democratic platform. If you don't do anything, then you're voting pro-gay marriage. It's not just that Republicans are pro-heterosexuality. It's that Demoracts are pro-homosexuality.

I encourage you, before you push that button or pull that lever, to think hard about where your convinctions are on this issue, and to vote according, because it's one or the other. There is no inbetween.

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