[eDebate] Bush Using Queers as Wedge Issue: ans Cooper
Wed Jul 30 13:56:59 CDT 2003
Reporter: (P)resident Bush...do you have any statement regarding the recent
petition from members of the intercollegiate debate community?
Bush: I am mindful that we are all sinners. I think it's important for us
to recognize the right of anyone to speak up. However, this does not mean
that someone like me should compromise on this issue.
Now...is your argument, Shuman, that the President made the "we are all
sinners" comment as a non-sequiter?? Why did he even bring up sin? What
does sin have to do with his position on gay marriage?
From: Terrance Shuman [mailto:tshuman at magiccablepc.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 2:20 PM
To: edebate at ndtceda.com
Subject: Re: [eDebate] Bush Using Queers as Wedge Issue: ans Cooper
De-cloaking again, briefly...
At 12:46 PM 7/30/2003 -0500, Christopher Cooper wrote:
I'd like to hear the Bush apologists on this list "spin" this one:
Why is any "spin" necessary? All one has to do is tell the truth, something
Mr. Johnson could take lessons on...
(Washington, D.C.) President George W. Bush referring to gays as 'sinners'
Wednesday said White House lawyers are looking at legislation for a
constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
Bush did NOT "refer to gays as sinners." Why do you need to further analyze
Mr. Johnson's story, since it contains an outright falsehood in the very
opening sentence? When you've got some "spin" on why a lying reporter
deserves our attention, perhaps you'll get more responses...
Solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and...well, not so tall as I used to be,
Bishop LeBlond Memorial High School
St. Joseph, Missouri
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