Sunday, May 6, 2012



 Subject:  VP Biden on Gay Marriage: "Who do you love?"
ABC News. . . .


"I am totally comfortable with it.  For me, it's a matter of the 
  heart. " 

Date: May 6, 2012 1:21:05 PM EDT

To: Justin OShea <jstn_oshea@yahoo.com>


8 comments:

Stew said...

Then I guess it's a good thing that I'm totally comfortable with him being VP.

JustinO'Shea said...

Joe Biden must be totally relieved to read that. . .LOL Now. . .is Barach as totally comfortable with us?
A United Family would be a favorable item on the "books". . . .and would augur well for the Fall. . .:-))

Jim said...

Wish we had a Biden here in Canada! Obama will 'go along' with it, he has to if he wants to get re-elected.
|Times they are a-changin'! Yeah!

JustinO'Shea said...

Ehyah! Yepper! LOL
Obama will go along. . .he is 'evolving' = "checking the wind" LOL
When it seems safe he will approve. . he has to. . . hehe. . .IMHO

Coop said...

Justino: Why the humble opinion?

Obama keeps ignoring us. He had plenty of opportunity to address gay rights issues without much Republican opposition in congress. What does he do? Try and repeal DADT after the GOP took over the House of Representatives.
For a man who has a Nobel prize he has no courage.
And us gays are supposed to vote for him? WHY?

JustinO'Shea said...

Do I have "humble" opinions? LOL Opinions. . yes. . .

Now for a nice Irish boy from Boston thereabouts is that any way to talk about the President? ho ho ho. . tsk..tsk..tsk. .

Glad to see you made it home outts the woods! hehe Any turkeys? yo ho ho

Gary Kelly said...

Seems like my original comment posted a couple of days ago disappeared into the ether. Oh well... don't ask me to repeat it... it was one of those inspired things you can only write once.

However, I believe that Joe said what he said to pave the way for Barack to follow suit... to make it easier for Barack to slide into the pro equality movement. It's all happening folks: same sex marriage is becoming a reality.

Coop said...

Sometimes my opinions are humble. Sometimes they are not :-)
I don't mind being a know-it-all when the conversation turns to politics.