Perhaps we should reflect on the fact that young people, when they start having children of their own, often become more conservative. Does this study take this into account? I didn't read this anywhere. As well, does the study take into account that the Hispanic population is the fastest growing one? And that Hispanics are more conservative over all? Sure. They don't like to vote re abortion (see...I did read the study), but the study also doesn't mention that fundamentalism is sweeping through Latin America and Mexico. And guess where our Latin population is coming from? Does the study mention that the Spanish population is projected to be over 50 percent in 2050? (I read this elsewhere.)
It's a nice study, but I don't think it is taking into account the full picture.
I'll be the first in line to shout it from the housetops if the future is fabulous, no-one cares about gay people getting married and we can all kiss in public squares and hold hands.
In the meanwhile, there is a little something called DOMA to overturn. And if I'm not mistaken, Clinton was supposed to be our friend. Yes...I know all about how Hillary says it was necessary because something worse was being planned. Well....thanks a lot. Love the gal....but I disagree with her on this issue. Nice however, that her husband is now in favor of gay marriage. Bill...what took you so long?
If the implication is that we should relax and just time let roll on and we'll have our rights.....wait for older people to die off....well...I think we could be in for rude surprise.
Yep. Glass half-empty for me.
Be the love you seek.
Last edited by Daniel; 07-30-2009 at 08:48 PM.