Tuesday, February 21, 2012

No to Same-Sex “Marriage”: N.J. Gov. Chris Christie is Good for Something


N.J. Gov. Chris Christie, circa February 2012



By Nicholas Stix

Host Piers Morgan tried, unsuccessfully, to bully Christie into submitting on same-sex marriage, suggesting that he is a “bigot” for failing to submit to the will of two percent of the population, and that by siding with the 43 states whose popular wills have not been subverted, he is somehow undemocratic.

So, Christie will pander to blacks, but for now, he’s not willing to pander to gay Nazis.

At Piers’ Morgan’s blog, someone calling himself Shane posted the following comment.

1. Shane

It's always been my view and position that you should lose weight. So you veto a bill just because you care only about your opinion?? BREAKING NEWS: IT'S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU AND YOUR POSITION....

February 20, 2012 at 8:10 p.m.

To which I replied,

To Shane and any homosexuals reading this:


By the way, those polls are cooked. The gay lobby always says that the people support same-sex marriage, and yet, every time the people have voted on it, they have said, “No!” Normalcy 31, Perversion 0.

It’s strictly moral, nothing personal.

By the way, if homosexuals have the moral high ground, why do they behave like a bunch of Nazis?


We’ll have to see if Morgan’s censors permit it through. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

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Piers Morgan’s Blog at CNN
February 20th, 2012, 3:35 p.m. ET

Chris Christie on same-sex marriage "I don't compromise my principles for politics"
On Tuesday, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for a candid and revealing interview, during which the Republican discusses his views on same-sex marriage.

Reiterating his personal position that "marriage should be between one man and one woman," Christie has vetoed a bill allowing same-sex marriage in New Jersey. But he's encouraging the Legislature to allow his constituents to have the final say:

"Let's put it on the ballot, and let's let people decide," Christie tells Piers Morgan. "And if the people of New Jersey – as some of the same-sex marriage advocates suggest the polls indicate – are in favor of it, then my position would not be the winning position. But I'm willing to take that risk, because I trust the people of the state."

As the riveting exchange continues, Morgan asks Christie about the prospect of his personal views jeopardizing his long-term aspirations:

"You would never change your mind about this?" questions Morgan. "I would not compromise my principles for politics. You're saying 'will it become politically unpopular to have the position I'm having.' If it does, so be it," insists Christie. "I don't compromise my principles for politics."

Tune in to "Piers Morgan Tonight" Tuesday at 9pm ET/PT as the New Jersey Governor details conversations between himself, and his gay friends, and explains why his personal position is not bigoted.

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[Of related interest at WEJB/NSU:

“The Media’s Gay Mafia ‘Queers’ the News”;

“Same-Sex Marriage Activists Have Launched a Religious War”;

“How Elites Impose Gay Marriage from the Top Down”; and

“Whitney Houston and That Ragged Old Flag: Fallen War Hero Eric T. Burri’s Father Protests N.J. Gov. Chris Christie’s Sacrilege.”]


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"By the way, if homosexuals have the moral high ground, why do they behave like a bunch of Nazis?"

Answer: Because they are.
I am assuming of course, that you have read The Pink Swastika by Lively and Abrams.
Haven't been over to the Amazon page lately, but there used be plenty of hate purveyed by the usual suspects.