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July 14, 2011 / chronomax

Michele Bachmann is wrong, and so is the media

If you haven’t watched any news this week, then you probably missed everybody saying that Sarah Bachmann signed a very… controversial contract, to say the least. Here’s a link to a source.

This pact written by The Family Leader is based on each of the signers to vow to uphold this and protect that, including:

  • Personal fidelity to my spouse.
  • Respect for the marital bonds of others.
  • Rejection of Sharia Islam and all other anti-woman, anti-human rights forms of totalitarian control.

 – The Marriage Vow

Who wouldn’t disagree with that? Well, that’s not the bad part…

  • Vigorous opposition to any redefinition of the Institution of Marriage – faithful monogamy between one man and one woman – through statutory-, bureaucratic-, or court-imposed recognition of intimate unions which are bigamous, polygamous, polyandrous, same-sex, etc.
  • Official fidelity to the U.S. Constitution, supporting the elevation of none but faithful constitutionalists as judges or justices. [Footnote: It is no secret that a handful of state and federal judges, some of whom have personally rejected heterosexuality and faithful monogamy, have also abandoned constitutional interpretation in accord with the discernible intent of the framers.
  • …plus prompt termination of military policymakers who would expose American wives and daughters to rape or sexual harassment, torture, enslavement or sexual leveraging by the enemy in forward combat roles.

– The Marriage Vow

You can read the rest and pick it apart (like a vulture on a rotting corpse, infected with bigotry E. coli or something). Overall though, it’s a bunch of bullets saying that we shouldn’t have homosexual, bigamous (polygamy or polyandry), polygamous (two women, one man), or polyandrous (two men, one woman) marriages. While I understand that bigamy has downsides, such as one being pressure by the other two within the marriage, it’s funny that they say that there shouldn’t be homosexual marriage, then go on to say that Sharia Law is breaking human rights. You know, as if treating somebody differently because of who they’re sexually attracted to isn’t an infringement of human rights. I also like the second bullet, how apparently a rejection of the Constitution leads to homosexuality and vice versa.

Don’t mistake The Marriage Vow for being an anti-abortion, anti-same-sex-marriage, and anti-Bible document however. It also says that women should be excused from forward combat roles. Men however can go die, just leave all the women. After all, if we were invaded, we wouldn’t want the brutes having gay sex would we?

I want to remind you all that Michele Bachmann is a Presidential candidate, which makes me think that in fact, she could be worse than Palin. Wait- wait- wait- wait, I’m getting some breaking news. Oh! Michele Bachmann takes back her signature from The Marriage Vow! So she actually believes that homosexuals shouldn’t be deprived of rights? That women should have the opportunity to defend their country? No. Bachmann didn’t read the fucking preamble which said that being born into a slave family was better than being born into a homosexual one. People: do not vote for somebody who won’t read the first page of a TWO FUCKING PAGE DOCUMENT!

Bachmann is however being attacked in the media for also being the wife of a man who is a therapist. A therapist who runs an “ex-gay clinic”. You know what? They’re wrong. It’s wrong to judge somebody on somebody else’s private life. I don’t care if a Presidential candidate has a father who was a murderer, a mother who was a rapist, a daughter who’s a prostitute, and a romantic lover who is an open KKK member- judge someone on their own actions, and on their public actions. Yeah, we should know if Bachmann killed someone. We should know where she graduated. We shouldn’t know where she worked when she was eighteen or be seen a video of her on YouTube when she was young or a blog she wrote when she was… um… fifteen…

Yeah, I think that Michele Bachmann is actually worse than Sarah Palin. After all, Sarah Palin won’t pledge to ban pornography.


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