I don’t know what you people who call yourself “conservatives” are thinking, but let me lend you a clue: When someone is calling themselves a “Conservative Christian” they are saying they want things to go back to the good ol’ days of the Spanish Inquisition. They aren’t for smaller government, they are for imposing more and more restrictions on how you live your life, and if you don’t follow their rules, why, you’re a sinner, you must be wrong, and you shall be burned at the stake.
I can’t stress this enough, having two parents who are very fiscally conservative – which means they want to go back to the point where the government didn’t spend quadrillions on warfare and instead actually fixed roads and reduced the burdens on the citizenry. My parents, being the loving, awesome parents of a huge homosexual, tend to be socially progressive (although the healthcare thing still gets them, but it’s still a mess, so no wonder there). Even they will agree that this woman is out of her ever-loving mind. Nothing about what she’s proposed has anything to do with what the Republican party purports to be about, so why is she allowed to represent it?
For all you out there that want to make this world a better place, stop voting for someone because they claim belief in Jesus and instead vote for people who show they actually want to make things better. The two roles aren’t technically mutually-exclusive, but it’s getting to the point where they might as well be.
And I’m going to go back to singing the anthem with the real words, because I need a good drinking song dedicated by a homo to his younger, multiple, paramours. No, I’m not kidding. Except at games, where I will 1) sing the National Anthem as I see fit, and 2) will wear pants.