Appearing before a city council meeting in Springfield, Missouri, Dr. Phil Snyder, an area preacher draws stunning similarities between the arguments we hear today against LGBT equality, and the ones from yesteryear against segregation. He proves, like we suspected, that those arguments are virtually identical.
After changing the words “Racial integration” from direct quotes of white preachers from the 1950s, he replaces it with the term “gay rights”. At the end of the speech, he reveals the true intent to all. This is a video that I hope everyone not only sees, but takes a moment to think about.
Perhaps one of the most stunning moments that has ever occurred on Fox and Friends, Right-leaning economist Ben Stein shocks the hosts by completely defying the network’s normal talking points. Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade seem to be stunned. What’s even crazier is he knows that he’s not supposed to say this kind of thing on the network!!
I guess someone found their “Romnesia” medicine.
Fresh off his “New York comedy tour” yesterday (having sat down with The Daily Show host Jon Stewart, and later gave rousing comical remarks at the annual Al Smith dinner), President Obama was fired up and ready to roll at a Virginia campaign rally this morning. Not even minutes later, the campaign had this up on YouTube…
Now that we’re eighteen days out from the election, Mr. “Severly Conservative” wants you to think he was severly kidding about eveything he’s said over the last year.
He told folks he was the ideal candidate for the Tea Party. Now suddenly he’s saying ‘What, Who? Me?’
He’s changing so much… backtracking and sidestepping… We’ve got to name this condition he’s going through. I think it’s called ROMNESIA.
Mr. President… I think you might be right. Either way, we’ll find out the test results on November sixth!