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acceptance for homosexual marriage has been made...

...a litmus test for libertarianism in recent days; I sense the pressure, resistance to my principles, and I think Liberty movement will be DOA next year at the ballot box because we need Republican candidates, Libertarian candidates, Constitution Party candidates, and Independent candidates to WIN elective office in 2014 in droves....but...the long war against God continues, and intolerance for "the laws of nature, and of nature's God" are really not welcome because of some disprovable argument that guys like me are wolves in libertarian clothing, and we want a theocracy.

Those Christians who stand with the Architects, Engineers, Firefighters, and Pilots for 9/11 truth are concerned about purging EVIL from representative government; not shoving our morality down everyone's throat through government FORCE!

Oh well...If I were elected to representative government, I could have helped slow down the wheels of tyranny for a time; but if I can't support here...Karl Rove and his Democrat buddies certainly have succeeded in dividing and conquering this Statesmanship Movement...

No patriot LABORS to hewn down the indispensable supports of religion & morality, so supporting the militant homosexual agenda in the name of libertarianism is not the American Liberty we need to achieve that will restore this Republic. Throwing off the laws of the Creator that is higher than Caesar, is progressivism, and it has the same potential for attacking free speech as does those who fund the homosexual agenda on behalf of the communists who likewise won't tolerate sodomy anymore that a hostile Islamic theocracy would.

Only a VIRTUOUS people are capable of freedom, tolerance for reckless and unnatural immorality is not virtuous...so we fail if the laws of nature, and of nature's God are of no value, consideration, or summarily rejected regardless of their prominent contributions to our social order and national identity in history.