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Roy Moore banned from the Gadsen Mall in the 70’s: ‘repeatedly’ hitting on teens
Isabella
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RE: Roy Moore banned from the Gadsen Mall in the 70’s: ‘repeatedly’ hitting on teens
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269346  Wrote: (Yesterday 08:06 AM)
Let me provide you with a way that you could begin to demonstrate that. If the only extreme position that Roy Moore holds is when he refused to uphold precedent pertaining to homosexuality, that in itself is not sufficient to prove he is a theonomist. If you study actual theonomists, such as Gary North or Greg L. Bahnsen, not only would they not uphold such a precedent, they argue that the Bible should be followed to the letter, kill homosexuals, kill adulterers, kill rebellious children, et cetera. That to me as a constitutional conservative is very disturbing that someone would advocate for such biblically literalist laws. It is at direct odds with the Constitution. I haven't heard Moore advocate anything remotely close to that, only that he believes marriage is between a man and a woman. And I think, even in 2017, the majority of Americans still agree with that position.

Not quite

June 26, 2017
Support for Same-Sex Marriage Grows, Even Among Groups That Had Been Skeptical

"For first time, as many Republicans favor as oppose gay marriage"

"Two years after the Supreme Court decision that required states to recognize same-sex marriages nationwide, support for allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally is at its highest point in over 20 years of Pew Research Center polling on the issue.

By a margin of nearly two-to-one (62% to 32%), more Americans now say they favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry than say they are opposed.

Views on same-sex marriage have shifted dramatically in recent years. As recently as 2010, more Americans opposed (48%) than favored (42%) allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally. In the past year alone, support has increased seven percentage points: In March 2016, 55% favored same-sex marriage, while 37% were opposed.

The latest national survey by Pew Research Center, conducted June 8-18 among 2,504 adults finds striking increases in support for same-sex marriage among some demographic and partisan groups that, until recently, had broadly opposed it, including:

Baby Boomers. For the first time, a majority of Baby Boomers favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally. Currently, 56% of Boomers favor same-sex marriage, while 39% are opposed. Last year, opinion among Boomers was divided (46% favored/48% opposed).

African Americans. Blacks have long been less supportive of same-sex marriage when compared with whites, but the share of African Americans who favor same-sex marriage has risen 12 percentage points since 2015, from 39% to 51%.

Republicans. For the first time, a majority of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents do not oppose allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally. Today, 48% of Republicans and Republican leaners oppose same-sex marriage, while 47% favor this. As recently as 2013, Republicans opposed gay marriage by nearly two-to-one (61% to 33%).

Younger white evangelicals. Overall, white evangelical Protestants continue to stand out for their opposition to same-sex-marriage: 35% of white evangelical Protestants favor same-sex marriage, compared with a 59% majority who are opposed. But younger white evangelicals have grown more supportive: 47% of white evangelical Millennials and Gen Xers – age cohorts born after 1964 – favor same-sex marriage, up from 29% in March 2016. Views among older white evangelicals (Boomers and Silents) have shown virtually no change over the past year (26% now, 25% then).

For more on current views of same-sex marriage, see detailed demographic tables.
Views of same-sex marriage by generation, race

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http://www.people-press.org/2017/06/26/s...skeptical/

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Isabella  Wrote: (Yesterday 01:24 AM)
JptdknpaRoflLmao

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"While the Moore camp asks people not to trust DC elites & the Washington Post, but rely on Ala people, it's worth remembering that every allegation against Moore was made by Ala people" #alpolitics #ALSEN

This^^^^^^^^
Still has me laughing...Rofl

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Post: #258
RE: Roy Moore banned from the Gadsen Mall in the 70’s: ‘repeatedly’ hitting on teens
B.S. as usual.

Another divisive Leftist, hetard post.

The manager of the mall says it ain't so, so

#u(k off!

Wrong as usual,

you divisive, commie.
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Post: #259
RE: Roy Moore banned from the Gadsen Mall in the 70’s: ‘repeatedly’ hitting on teens
It's proof that you do not need proof when you accuse, unless you are accusing a democrap.
False accusations need to be backed up with criminal consequences.
There would be less of them.
I didn't accuse Al Frankenpenis, his funny picture proved it.
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Isabella
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RE: Roy Moore banned from the Gadsen Mall in the 70’s: ‘repeatedly’ hitting on teens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (Today 01:20 AM)
B.S. as usual.

Another divisive Leftist, hetard post.

The manager of the mall says it ain't so, so

#u(k off!

Wrong as usual,

you divisive, commie.

You mean the guy who was a manager and his wife just said back then he would go to the YMCA with Moore all the time and they're both voting for Moore, that guy?
Lmao

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