Gay Ambassador Sworn In by VP Mike Pence

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by darksithpro, May 7, 2018.

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    No it's not. He was obviously nominated by Trump, so you can argue Trump doesn't have anything against gays. If pence had no problem swearing him in, then I think there are exaggerations made by the left.
     
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    He also loved Roy Cohn. He nominated Ben Carson. Doesn't take away from his mind-numbingly (and numerous) disparaging remarks and policies against pretty much everyone except white christian males.
     
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    Still all in I see. I bet Don King disagrees with you. No worries.
     
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    He's buddies with Bolton and Pence is just doing his job like an adult.
     
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    One has nothing to do with the other. Richard Grenell is a Republican and the longest serving U.S. spokesman for the United Nations. I'd say he is quite qualified for the job.

    Trying to make this about Trump somehow supporting LGBTQ is really grasping at straws.
     
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    All in as opposed to what? Neutral like you?
     
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    If Mike Pence has dinner alone with him then we'll have a conversation on our hands.
     
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    Considering he works for Trump I don't think he has a record of letting what he considers sinful actions prevent him from working with people.

    You can think someone is living sinfully without hating them, in fact, I would say if you do hate them for what you consider sins you are doing religion wrong.
     
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    He picked Pence to lock in the religious vote. And what was Pence supposed to do, refuse to do his job?
     

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