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Michele Bachmann: No Porno Ni Matrimonios Gay

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[b][size="3"]Pero que mujer mas idiota!!!! Firma compromiso con grupo religioso pero que le importa a ella y a esta gente fanatica lo que la gente vea en su hogar y que hagan con su vida???? Estos republicanos hipocritas se quieren meter en las casas y en las camas del pueblo!!! :retarded: Me imagino que los republicanos del foro no ven porno ....ujum.....jajajajajajajajajajajaja HIPOCRITAS!!!![/size][/b]

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Michele Bachmann is first GOP presidential candidate to sign pledge banning gay marriage, porn[/color][/b]

BY Aliyah Shahid
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

Friday, July 8th 2011, 1:57 PM

Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann signed a pledge Friday to ban gay marriage, porn and infidelity if elected in 2012.
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No porn for you! At least if Michele Bachmann has anything to say about it.[/color]
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The GOP congresswoman is the first presidential candidate to sign a pledge that calls for banning all forms of pornography and gay marriage. It also requires fidelity between spouses.[/color][/b]

"The Marriage Vow" is being pushed by Family Leader, an influential Christian conservative Iowa group.
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It also states that homosexuality is a choice and a health risk - and should be compared to polygamy or adultery.[/color][/b]

The pledge also calls for rejecting Sharia law, appointing faithful constitutionalists as judges and opposing any effort to redefine marriage between man and woman.

Family Leader CEO Bob Vander Plaats has [b][color="#FF0000"]said his group would not endorse any candidates that did not sign the pledge.[/color][/b]

"The Family Leader views this pledge as an important component needed to inform constituents about the personal stand that each presidential candidate takes regarding marriage," said Vander Plaats, who unsuccessfully ran for governor of Iowa in 2010.

"We believe that the candidates' positions on core values, such as marriage, correlate directly to his/her moral stances on energy issues, sound budgeting policies, national defense, and economic policies," he added.

Alice Stewart, a spokeswoman for Bachmann, told the Washington Post that the 54-year-old social conservative did not hesitate to sign the pledge.

"She has been married for over 30 years and has a strong marriage and faith," Stewart said.
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No other candidates have signed the pledge yet.[/color][/b]


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/2011/07/08/2011-07-08_michele_bachmann_is_first_gop_presidential_candidate_to_sign_pledge_banning_gay_.html#ixzz1RbpaMLZN

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Increible, hay gente que tiene estandanrares morales!

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A mi me importan 3 carajos los estandares morales de otra gente.....nadie tiene que venir a mi casa y decirme como criar a mis hijos o comportarme...claro que esta siempre el boquiabajo que le tienen que decir como vivir su vida.....dito pobres infelices....no son nada si no tienen quien los dirija. :moron: :hysterical:

Por cierto la mayoria de las veces esa gente que se hace pasar por moralistas....son la gente mas mala del mundo.....Estos idiotas criticaban a Obama porque andaba con un pastor y miren a la idiota esta!!!! jajajajajajajaja No , si esta gente si pueden andan con el diablo y luego tienen la cara de criticar...... :LOSER:

Saturday, July 09, 2011
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Michele Bachmann's Bigoted Pastor, Bradlee Dean. [/color][/b][/size]

Michele Bachmann is having a rocky week in her nascent presidential campaign. First she said that she hopes the bad economy helps her win the presidency; basically betting against the American people and economy. Then she commented on children and slavery, and said that they had a better family life then, than now!! Now we find out that her pastor is a vile and bigoted man who has less in common with a loving "God" than a hateful, fear-monger. [b]He could be her Reverand Wright, the pastor who gave President Obama troubles due to his controversial comments. However,[color="#FF0000"] while Obama was never in church when Wright said those comments, Bachmann has been recorded to be praying for this bigot's church and the man himself[/color].
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Bachmann, whose district covers Dean's suburban Minnesota headquarters, didn't just endorse Dean, but has prayed for him and his ministry. Finally she begs the All Mighty to "pour a triple blessing on this ministry" and expand it ten fold.

TPJ: [b]But, this might actually endear her to Republicans; given that the moderate Republican party of Lincoln and Eisenhower has been supplanted by the radical, Tea Party, Evangelical Christians. So, they might see her pastor's bigoted comments about homosexuals to be a positive trait!! That's how twisted this Neo-Republicanism has become. Bachmann's pastor has also said some bigoted comments about Muslims and President Obama. In addition to being a paranoid conspiracy theorist, who believes in the New World Order. Unlike Obama's relationship with Reverend Wright, Bachmann has raised money for Dean's church and appeared on his firebrand t.v. program; as well as, pushed for increasing the number of schools that Dean has access to, in order to spread his hateful message to the yout[/b]h.

[b]On his radio show, he's alleged that gays were responsible for the Holocaust, and that gay men will, on average, molest 117 people "before they're found out." He's also suggested that extremist Muslims who call for the execution of American gays are morally justified. "If America won't enforce the laws, God will raise up a foreign enemy to do just that," Dean explained. "[Homosexuals] play the victim when they are, in fact, the predator."[/b]

TPJ: No, Bradlee Dean is the predator!! Now we know where Michele Bachmann gets her vile spew about gays and other minorities.




Aqui esta la idiota rezando por el homofobico enfermo!! No digo estos republicanos le rezan al diablo!!!


[YouTube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9HvHQJYVrk&feature=player_embedded[/YouTube]

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Veamos bien de donde salio esta [url="http://geniusofinsanityworld.blogspot.com/2011/07/michele-bachmanns-bigoted-pastor.html"]columnita de blog[/url] que por lo visto es escrita por un elemento que se auto describe de la siguiente manera:
[i]I'm a 30 something, Generation X poster-child. I'm part Scottish and part Norwegian but all American. I am also an artist/writer and avid Steampunk aficionado. I consider myself an Ameropean. As in I believe that many of the answers to America's problems can be found in European policies. I'm married, I have a degree in U.S. and World History, (emphasis in African History) as well as a minor in World Geography. [b]I'm a former Democrat [u]and am now a Social Democrat of the European variety[/u] who admires the Green Party but usually votes Democrat. [u]I live with Schizo-affective Disorder, A.D.D. and PTSD[/u][/b]. If you don't like my blog, DON'T READ IT. I'm not here to please you or appease you. As Radiohead sings, "I'm a reasonable man, get off my case." Also, please check out the "READ ME: Blogger Disclaimer" post found in the "New Reader" Archive drop-down window below. Welcome to my insanity. "The Edge...there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the people who have gone over."~Hunter S. Thompson. My email: jaymur@gmail.com[/i]

Veo como es que compartes perspectivas con este engendro del psicoanalisis...

BTW. el Tea Party no esta en la misma onda que los de la mayoria moral... Este comentarista es un idiota de capirote y no me sorprende que lo cites.

Ademas, ustedes son los primeros en decir que la Bachman no tiene nada que buscar en la candidatura...

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[color="#FF0000"][i]However, while Obama was never in church when Wright said those comments,[/i][/color]


Por lo menos el articulo admite que el pastor por 20 an~os de Obama, (y que lo caso y le bautizo a las hijas) es un racista comunista.

Oye Mima como es que el autor del articulo SABE que Obama no estaba presente cuando Wright dijo todas esas antiamericanadas y comentarios racistas?


Mira cuan homofobico, racista y enajenado es el pledge:

http://www.politico.com/static/PPM187_marriage.html


Yo tambien lo firmaria, exepto por DOMA que no creo que el gobierno federal se debe inmiscuir en esos asuntos. Edited by Artaguito

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Que importa de donde salio la noticia que puse, mirate el video para que veas a la idiota rezandole al diablo.....claro como es republicana pues la gente idiota la defiende....si fuera Obama estaria botando espuma por la boca..........esta idiota para ganar tiene que usar a Dios....y mijito la politica es sucia....Dios no se mete en esto.....si necesita usar a Dios para hacer politica es porque no sirve!! Otra porqueria republicana..... :WAL:

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Por cierto esa noticia esta donde quiera , hasta en el The Huffington Post......... :hysterical:

[b][size="3"][color="#000080"]

Bradlee Dean Rants: Michele Bachmann-Linked Preacher's Bigoted Tirades[/color][/size][/b] (VIDEO)

[YouTube]http://video.aol.com/aolvideo/aol-video/huffpost-politics-bradlee-dean/1044344673001[/YouTube]


WASHINGTON -- [b]If you thought evangelical preaching needed longer hair, tattoos, nu-metal drumming, and a[size="4"][color="#FF0000"] ton of hate speech[/color][/size] directed at gays, then Bradlee Dean is your guy.[/b]
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He's very much Rep. Michele Bachmann's guy. Bachmann, whose district covers Dean's suburban Minnesota headquarters, didn't just endorse Dean, [color="#FF0000"]but has prayed for him and his ministry[/color],[/b] You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International, in a clip highlighted recently by City Pages.

"Would you keep them from evil?" Bachmann prays. "Would you keep them from pain?" Finally she begs the All Mighty to "pour a triple blessing on this ministry" and expand it ten fold.

Bachmann may come to regret her superfandom for Dean. One news outlet has already suggested that Dean might be her Jeremiah Wright. It's easy to make such a comparison. [color="#FF0000"]Dean has amassed quite a video log on YouTube of ultra right wing conspiracy theories about New World Orders and made bigoted remarks directed at the LGBT community, Muslims and President Barack Obama. In Dean's world Hitler was gay and Obama is, of course, equal to Osama bin Laden.[/color]

Dean refused to comment about his association with Bachmann. A representative told The Huffington Post: "We're not tying ourselves with her... He's not interested in doing an interview."

The Bachmann campaign also had no comment.
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But unlike Obama's connection with Rev. Wright, [color="#FF0000"]Bachmannn has raised cash for Dean, appeared on his TV show, and, well, prayed for God[/color] to significantly increase the number of schools Dean gets to visit.[/b]

Story continues below
Here is a video compiling just some of Dean's greatest hits, drum solo included.

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Si no afecto a Obama que su pastor era un racista, comunista, y antiamericano, entonces este tipo (que ni siquiera es el pastor de Bachmann) tampoco la afectara.


Cuanto se van a tardar las damas democratas para empezar a acusar a Michelle Bachmann de prostituta, promiscua y ninfomaniaca? Dado el track record, esa es la proxima jugada. Parece que ya le estan cogiendo miedo a ella.

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Botando espuma por la boca estan ustedes y eso que segun ustedes, la Bachman no tiene chance. Han de estar practicando por si se Vienna la Palin.

Estate en Burlington Post, pero tu Lo sacaste de ese blog tan unisono a Gus perspectivas... Rispadil anyone?

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[quote name='Artaguito' timestamp='1310261228' post='2933534']
Si no afecto a Obama que su pastor era un racista, comunista, y antiamericano, entonces este tipo (que ni siquiera es el pastor de Bachmann) tampoco la afectara.


Cuanto se van a tardar las damas democratas para empezar a acusar a Michelle Bachmann de prostituta, promiscua y ninfomaniaca? Dado el track record, esa es la proxima jugada. Parece que ya le estan cogiendo miedo a ella.
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Parece que ninguno ha visto los videos que he puesto aqui......los republicanos llevaron hasta al pastor idiota al congreso de Minnesota a rezar....nooooooooooooooooo si no son racistas.....son unos enfermos!!! Dan ascos estos pastores homofobicos y racistas....tenian que ser republicanos.....mas asco dan los que apoyan esta basura........esos si que no tienen moral!! :retarded:

[YouTube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n_NDn_7lfw[/YouTube]



Por cierto este otro idiota republicano tambien firmo el compromiso con los religiosos....Otrooooooooooooo racista e homofobico!! Rick Santorum


[YouTube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7imNd5rlas[/YouTube]

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Se a lo que me atengo, pero a mi me cae bien la Bechmann :biggrin:

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No puedo ver los videos aqui en China, el gobierno comunista los bloquea.

De alguna manera Mima no tuvo problema apoyando a un candidato que tuvo a un racista, comunista antiamericano de pastor por 20 an~os. Edited by Artaguito

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http://www.christianpost.com/news/ny-sen-diaz-says-christians-need-to-organize-better-against-gay-marriage-51637/


http://www.christianpost.com/news/ny-victory-doesnt-mean-gay-marriage-is-winning-says-wash-pastor-51635/


http://ewtnnoticias.aciprensa.com/noticias-catolicas/noticia.php?id=23031


Al momento de votar hay que escuchar la voz de la conciencia, no la de los partidos ni la de los politicos. :biggrin:

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[quote name='Artaguito' timestamp='1310266986' post='2933539']
No puedo ver los videos aqui en China, el gobierno comunista los bloquea.

De alguna manera Mima no tuvo problema apoyando a un candidato que tuvo a un racista, comunista antiamericano de pastor por 20 an~os.
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Bueno mijo yo no vi en ninguna parte a Obama aclamando a Dios y menos diciendo que iba a prohibir el porno y decidir con quien se puede acostar cada cual.......alla ustedes que les tienen que decir como dirigir sus vidas porque sino son un desastre........son como una SECTA de enfermos!! :moron:

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Para conocer su posicion respecto a otros asuntos ir a

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michele_Bachmann

Ya no me convence. :biggrin:

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1310299403' post='2933545']
Bueno mijo yo no vi en ninguna parte a Obama aclamando a Dios y menos diciendo que iba a prohibir el porno y decidir con quien se puede acostar cada cual.......alla ustedes que les tienen que decir como dirigir sus vidas porque sino son un desastre........son como una SECTA de enfermos!! :moron:
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Bueno, se podria tambien argumentar que el escualido rendimiento del presi se le puede achacar a las peroratas que se aventaba el Reverendo Jeremiah Wright de manera puntual y a los cuales acudiria el Presi, probablemente arrastrado por la primerisima dama...

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Por mas idioteces y cantinfladas que escriban algunos por aqui...vuelvo y repito....No he visto a Obama predicar ni mencionar a Dios en sus discursos para adelantar alguna causa.....eso se le deja a los conservadores idiotas que quieren meterse en la vida de los demas y hasta en la cama de algunos....pero nada hay personas de poco cerebro que defienden esta gente porque los necesitan en sus vidas , sino no sabrian ni como escribir... :moron:

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No Porn???.... :suck: Michele.... :jugs: :hysterical:

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1310339832' post='2933593']
Por mas idioteces y cantinfladas que escriban algunos por aqui...vuelvo y repito....No he visto a Obama predicar ni mencionar a Dios en sus discursos para adelantar alguna causa.....eso se le deja a los conservadores idiotas que quieren meterse en la vida de los demas y hasta en la cama de algunos....pero nada hay personas de poco cerebro que defienden esta gente porque los necesitan en sus vidas , sino no sabrian ni como escribir... :moron:
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De acuerdo a un articulo en Politico, en la convencion nacional del 2004, Obama fue citado diciendo: "We worship an awesome God in the blue states!"

Ademas, "[color="#FF0000"]For example, Obama has referenced the Sermon on the Mount in support of special rights for homosexuals, despite the Scriptures’ clear support of marriage between one man and one woman and its admonitions to celebrate sex inside the married relationship only."[/color]
y:
[color="#FF0000"]Obama uses Scripture to support a mentality in support of abortion rights. Explaining his decision to lift an executive ban on federal funding of embryo-destructive stem cell research, Obama said, “[b]As a person of faith, I believe we are called to care for each other and work to ease human suffering. I believe we have been given the capacity and will to pursue this research — and the humanity and conscience to do so responsibly[/b].”

At the University of Notre Dame, he told graduates, “Maybe we won’t agree on abortion, but we can still agree that this is a heart-wrenching decision for any woman to make, with both moral and spiritual dimensions.”

When prospects for passing Obamacare started to go south, Obama framed the debate as “an ethical and moral obligation.” “We are God’s partners in matters of life and death,” he told rabbis during a conference call to sell his reform proposals.[/color]

Y finalmente:
[color="#FF0000"]Obama has long recognized the value of reaching out to faith communities. As a young, unknown politician with an exotic background, Obama needed a home in a black church to gain credibility with less-affluent constituents in Chicago’s black neighborhoods. That realization prompted him to join the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Trinity United Church of Christ.


[b]In “The Audacity of Hope,” Obama writes that “it’s bad politics” for “progressives ... to avoid joining a serious debate about how to reconcile faith with our modern, pluralistic society.” He continues, “There are a whole lot of religious people in America, including the majority of Democrats.[/b]” He also insists that if progressives don’t talk about faith, “others will fill the vacuum.”


For the record, I believe elected officials should talk about faith. Our founders believed the moral principles of faith were indispensable to our nation’s survival. The Declaration of Independence mentions God four times. And faith has been a source of many of America’s most important social movements, from abolition and civil rights to the right to life.


But in using faith to advocate positions that are contrary to the teachings of Scripture, Obama undercuts his credibility. As Obama writes in “The Audacity of Hope”: [b]“Nothing is more transparent than inauthentic expressions of faith, ... such as the politician who ... sprinkles in a few biblical citations to spice up a thoroughly dry policy speech[/b].” Obama should heed his own advice. [/color]

Que bien te queda la moda que le deseas adjudicar al projimo...

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Ay virgen aqui la gente le gusta cambiarle el sentido a los temas......de que carajo habla este??......no vale la pena discutir con gente como esta....mezclan una cosa con la otra.... y nunca pierden.....siempre tienen la jodia razon.....si se habla de kotex y tampones tambien lo saben todo. :retarded: .....pero nada regresando al tema de la Michelle idiota Bachmann, ya comenzaron a tirarle los mismos de ella.... :hysterical:

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Pawlenty blasts Bachmann's 'nonexistent' record [/color][/b][/size]
updated 7/11/2011 5:22:17 AM ET

WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty said Sunday that 2012 rival Michele Bachmann has a "nonexistent" record of accomplishment during her three terms in Congress.

Pawlenty, who's behind in the polls and lagging in fundraising, said that as a former Minnesota governor, he has executive experience and achieved results under challenging circumstances.

"We're not looking for folks who just have speech capabilities," Pawlenty said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "We're looking for people who can lead a large enterprise in a public setting and drive it to conclusion. I've done that, and she hasn't."

Bachmann rejected Pawlenty's criticism. She cited her efforts in the House against President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul, saying, "My message brought tens of thousands of Americans to Washington, D.C., to oppose Obamacare."

The Minnesota congresswoman also cited her votes against "cap-and-trade" legislation to control greenhouse gases, and against the government's 2008 bailout of banks, financial firms and automakers.

"I am proud of my record of fighting with resolve, and without apology, for our free markets, for sane fiscal policies, and in opposition to the advancement of the big government left," Bachmann said.

A poll last month in early-voting Iowa put former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and tea party favorite Bachmann at the top. Pawlenty was back in the pack despite an aggressive campaign in the state.

Pawlenty said early polls aren't good indicators of anything. But he acknowledged that over the next 60 days, he needs to show "significant progress." He pointed to the Iowa Republican Party's straw poll on Aug. 13 and said he thinks he'll prevail.

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