Monday, June 25, 2012

evolution or revolution?

we here at the orafices of GET OFF MY DRESS INC...are rarely surprised

we...(that's ME)... know when to hold em...know when to fold em...
know when to walk away...and certainly...know when to run!

we pride ourselves on our extensive back break'n research that pulls no punches and points no fingers when showcase'n our non opinionated opinions into write'n our journalistic stories that move the masses on their asses!

see...wha ha happen wuz...i was digg'n thru the trash can's...
at some downtown 25 cent movie theater...while scrubb'n down the walls...

when i came across this crumpled up meemo from the orafices of
            Jan R.van Lohuizen...prezzie of voter consumer research inc

(ok maybe it didn't happen that way exactly...but HEY...i'm tell'n the story!)

i know what yer think'n this the same Jan R. van Lohuizen dooshy rag pole positioner...who worked on that other dooshery...G.Dubaya's 2004 unfortunate re-election campaign...
encourage'n his  republic*nts to vote against any and all things regard'n the rights for all non heterosexuals?

well if yer nodd'n yer knogg' in an up and motion...i'm here to tell ya...IT IS!

apparently Miss Jan Van 2012 is now try'n to sway his republic*nts in the gay direction...all in the name fer  votes fer their lil party this novem

OH NO...NOT becuz he feels remorse or anything like that from what his actions were a few years back...but cuz he thinks it'll help ol' Mitt out in the poles...regard'n his and his other republic*nts stance on non heterosexual marriage

Miss J acknowledges that public support of  non heterosexual marriage and equal rights for LGBT kittens is gett'n as fast as a hooker at a hootenanny hoe-down...and the republic*nts should really think about gett'n on board...
before they're thrown overboard!

so...without further ado...X-tra all about his suggestions...

From:    Jan R. van Lohuizen
Date:     05/11/12
Re:        Same Sex Marriage
Background:    in view of this week’s news on the same sex marriage issue, here is a summary of recent survey findings on same sex marriage:
  1. Support for same sex marriage has been growing and in the last few years support has grown at an accelerated rate with no sign of slowing down.   A review of public polling shows that up to 2009 support for gay marriage increased at a rate of 1% a year.  Starting in 2010 the change in the level of support  accelerated to 5% a year.  The most recent public polling shows supporters of gay marriage outnumber opponents by a margin of roughly 10% (for instance: NBC / WSJ poll in February / March: support 49%, oppose 40%).
  1. The increase in support is taking place among all partisan groups.   While more Democrats support gay marriage than Republicans, support levels among Republicans are increasing over time.  The same is true of age: younger people support same sex marriage more often than older people, but the trends show that all age groups are rethinking their position.
  1. Polling conducted among Republicans show that majorities of Republicans and Republican leaning voters support extending basic legal protections to gays and lesbians.  These include majority Republican support for:
  2. Protecting gays and lesbians against being fired for reasons of sexual orientation
  3. Protections against bullying and harassment
  4. Repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.
  5. Right to visit partners in hospitals
  6. Protecting partners against loss of home in case of severe medical emergencies or death
  7. Legal protection in some form for gay couples whether it be same sex marriage or domestic partnership (only 29% of Republicans oppose legal recognition in any form).
Recommendation:        A statement reflecting recent developments on this issue along the following lines:
“People who believe in equality under the law as a fundamental principle, as I do, will agree that this principle extends to gay and lesbian couples; gay and lesbian couples should not face discrimination and their relationship should be protected under the law.  People who disagree on the fundamental nature of marriage can agree, at the same time, that gays and lesbians  should receive essential rights and protections such as hospital visitation, adoption rights, and health and death benefits.
Follow up to questions about affirmative action:   “This is not about giving anyone extra protections or privileges, this is about making sure that everyone – regardless of sexual orientation – is provided the same protections against discrimination that you and I enjoy.”
Why public attitudes might be changing:  “As more people have become aware of friends and family members who are gay, attitudes have begun to shift at an accelerated pace.   This is not about a generational shift in attitudes, this is about people changing their thinking as they recognize their friends and family members who are gay or lesbian.” 
Conservative fundamentals:       “As people who promote personal responsibility, family values, commitment and stability, and emphasize freedom and limited government we have to recognize that freedom means freedom for everyone.  This includes the freedom to decide how you live and to enter into relationships of your choosing, the freedom to live without excessive interference of the regulatory force of government."

is it me? or does this meemo smell like cynical batshit?

i suppose evolution never happened over nite...

but i don't expect to see Paul Revere trott'n thru town anytime soon

doin a good deed...does not go unrewarded...but don't expect me to bite the bait just yet...if yer try'n to change fer the's about time...if yer doin' it just fer the votes...then ya might as well just get off my dress!

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