And this is why we’re friends, Craig. A-fucking-men!
politics doesnt just revolve around gay marriage and abortion
|Ba:||You know how girls say "I want a guy who will call me beautiful instead of hot"? I's like a guy who calls me attractive instead of beautiful because I don't think I'm beautiful.|
|Me:||I want a guy who will buy me sushi.|
|Piz:||I want a guy who will wait 2000 years for me.|
kaientai asked: idk LOL. well honestly i've never heard anything good about romney from CNN, the internet, or my dad, whereas the opposite with obama so...YAAAA. and i like his personality. but i'm the same with you, not much education on the situation.
LOL my dad doesn’t like obama, which is why he made us watch 2016. But i try to form my own opinions by stalking this random blog (proudgayconservative). also, ppl are saying paul ryan is attractive and it kinda weirds me out L O L. He looks kinda like a less attractive older version of justin bartha…
And that’s Mitt Romney’s mother, Lenore (far right) with Dr. King. Do you really think Mitt’s parents raised him any differently? Come on, now.
kaientai asked: who do you ship, romneyxameria or obamaxamerica?
I honestly just don’t think I well informed enough about politics in general to make a well-informed, backed-by-evidence decision. I did watch 2016: Obama’s America though. It was pretty interesting. hbu?
One thing I really hate is when people don’t realize how good they have it and how ungrateful people are, so let me start by saying yes, I acknowledge that these problems are minor. I acknowledge I’m being dumb. I acknowledge I really shouldn’t be complaining. But Bdock wanted to know. Anyway, here are some things that are bugging me right now.
a couple weeks ago:
It’s an interesting question that has been raised in the media in the days since the shooting in Aurora, in which 70 were shot, 12 with fatal wounds. The question ins “Where was God?” Isn’t in interesting when we have separated God from the rest of our national lives that we wonder where He is in our tragedies. We have separated Him from our ideas of creation as evolution and natural causes are said to explain everything. We have separated Him from public education. We have separated Him from our choices on what is marriage. We have separated Him from the issues of protecting innocent life in the womb of a woman. We have separated Him from our laws. We have separated him from public display, and where the cross stands it is regarded as a traditional symbol, not the message of Jesus and salvation. We have separated Him from the moralities of the movies shown in the cinemas. And then we ask ourselves when evil and violence are expressed, “Where is God?”
I feel the same way about pretty much every tragedy. People say “Pray for Japan! Pray for the Philippines! Pray for Haiti!” I sure will. But I’ll also pray when things go my way. I’ll pray all the time, because to me, God isn’t just a genie that I’ll whip out whenever I want something. There is nothing wrong with wanting those in tragedies to be safe. But why would you blame God - even expect God - to do anything if we aren’t faithful to Him when we don’t want something?