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In some areas, it takes *more* courage to stand against marriage equality than for it. Hallelujah! But that of course doesn’t make it right to do so.
That’s the difference between cons and libs–cons talk trash about everyone, and never apologize. Liberals are constantly apologizing for everything. She should have stuck to her first statement.
Well I’d take it back and more appropriately call them bigots instead.
Wish she hadn’t apologized. She was only telling the truth.
Well, saying you regret your choice of words, is a half step back, but not necessarily an apology.
Still, isn’t it funny how conservatives always pretend that THEY are the tough ones, the kick ass ones, the ones who can defend America go to war etc… and yet all we ever hear from them is..
“Boo Hoo, you were a meanie and hurt my feelings, say you’re sorry!”
She’s a coward…
I agree she did good on the whole. Calling someone a coward is one of the deepest blows one can serve, especially when a woman says it to a man. Good go’in Kate.
Here’s a blow up of that picture.
He IS hot.
@jj: LOL derp
I think she was right to apologize: it is just that she should have done it like Groucho Marx in Duck Soup:
“YOU DO SUGGEST SOMETHING. TO ME YOU SUGGEST A BABOON.”
“I’M SORRY I SAID THAT. IT ISN’T FAIR TO THE REST OF THE BABOONS.”
Odd. A comment I thought got posted successfully seems to have evaporated, even though it just contained a quote from a G-rated film.
It said that she should apologize, but just do it the way Groucho Marx did in Duck Soup, where, as the president of “Freedonia”, he went around insulting everyone, the ambassador of a neighboring country in particular, plus (of course) Margaret Dumont, who played the very wealthy Mrs. Teasdale.
The paraphrase would be, “I’m sorry I called you a coward. It isn’t fair to the other cowards.”
Nobody could put you down the way Groucho did!
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