Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Myth into untruth
 
Fox News has a story today alleging that “Gays more anti-Bush than pro-Kerry.”  It would seem they’re angry that the President wants to preserve the traditional definition of marriage – as does the Democratic nominee (ambiguously).  The Democrats are working to put homosexuals in that “victim” cubbyhole reserved for minorities and Florida voters.  

"George Bush has decided that this year you are the scapegoat, and I'm here to tell you that nobody is going to make you a scapegoat," said Sen. Barbara Boxer.
No examples were forthcoming of how the GOP is “scapegoating” gays, but no matter.  Reality will always take a backseat to propaganda:

Although not a delegate, David Loper, a homosexual from Alabama, traveled up to the convention and described the DNC-organized activities as "so welcoming." He praised Kerry for his work opposing the constitutional amendment against gay marriage that failed in the Senate earlier this month.
Patently false: other than making statements that the issue of gay marriage should be left up to the states, Kerry was nowhere near Washington while the Federal Marraige amendment was being debated; in fact, both Kerry and his running mate were the only two Senators to miss the vote.

1 comment:

Zag said...

Hi, just passing by, browsing other blogs. Very accurate and funny comments. Although I am still "undecided" on the two teams. I have similar pundit viewpoints on my own blog. www.zagisis.blogspot.com