Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Shoving Gay Wedding Cake Down Our Throats, A.F.C. Style


Even here in "America's Finest City" (A.F.C.), the bakeries work over-time to produce the layers-upon-layers of Gay Wedding Cake to be shoved down our collective throats.

Mayor Jerry Sanders reversed his position on gay marriage Wednesday, supporting it in emotional remarks punctuated by pauses, shaking sips of water and his wife's hand resting one time reassuringly on his back.

Sanders' wife, Rana Sampson, stood next to him as he acknowledged publicly for the first time that his daughter, Lisa, is a lesbian.



Just when the fine, Red-Bloc-Contingent here in San Diego were getting used to the idea of Gay Marriage being other city's protocol, we learn that our own Mayor has a vested interest in the agenda. Now that his own daughter is openly gay, he couldn't bear the vicious taunts of the Militant Gay Brigade, calling him a (gasp!) hypocrite!??

In his 2005 mayoral campaign, Sanders said he supported civil unions and domestic partnerships but not gay marriage.



Well you can just say that Mayor Jerry was against it before he was for it. Then his opinion evolved. Evolved?

“I have personally wrestled with that opinion ever since,” he said Wednesday his voice wavering. “My opinions on this issue have evolved significantly as I think the opinions of millions of Americans from all walks of life have.”



Last I checked, more-than 6-in-10 Americans are against Gay Marriage... That is if you believe the polls.

3 comments:

Nigel said...

Uh...remind me why I voted for this tool again...

Nigel said...

OK...saw the huge article in the UT.

And I am sick.

Jerry Sanders posed himself as a traditionalist during the election. And now he has had "a change of heart".

Nice leadership. Which other issues is he about to have "a change of heart" on?

Personal convictions are important...especially when you espouse them to get elected. Clearly Sanders has turned out to be a fraud.

Yiddish Steel said...

You referring to Mayor Jerry Kerry (errr... Sanders)?! The guy who was for traditional family values before he was against them?