The Tool flip flops again on fed marriage amendment
The Tool was against it…before he was for it…before he was against it again. Is this a lame bob and weave, or just another sign of his insanity? Let’s see…
In 2004, he said this:
“The constitutional amendment [banning same-sex marriage] we’re debating today strikes me as antithetical in every way to the core philosophy of Republicans. It usurps from the states a fundamental authority they have always possessed and imposes a federal remedy for a problem that most states do not believe confronts them.”
Then, McCain humped Rev. Tinkywinky and agreed to speak at Liberty University’s graduation on May 13, Falwell said McCain told him that he was on board with a federal amendment.
“He is in the process of healing the breech with evangelical groups,â€? Falwell said. Falwell said McCain has expressed a willingness to support a Federal Marriage Amendment, an issue dear to conservative Christians.
Now, while stumping in Iowa yesterday, he changed courses once again.
During his Iowa appearances, McCain refused to change his stand on issues that rankle both the party’s establishment and conservatives, including his opposition to ethanol subsidies and a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.
…”I intend to vote against it,” he said. “I believe each state should decide.”
Will Falwell get on the hotline and demand clarification from The Tool before he gets to speak at Liberty?
Dirtbag McCain and Protect Marriage Arizona chair Lynn Stanley smile with glee about his state’s amendment, which he supports.