Breaking: Sarah Palin joins (almost) every other GOP Presidential hopeful in condemning Obama’s DOMA decision

Almost the entire potential field of GOP candidates for the 2012 presidential nomination – with the lone exception of Governor Mitch Daniels – have issued statements condemning President Obama’s decision last week to stop defending the Defense of Marriage Act (passed by a bipartisan Congress and signed into law by President Clinton).

The last one to join the pack? Sarah Palin.

Add the issue of marriage to the issues (such as life) where there is a very clear moral choice between which party to vote for in the 2012 presidential race.

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5 thoughts on “Breaking: Sarah Palin joins (almost) every other GOP Presidential hopeful in condemning Obama’s DOMA decision

  1. ed. says:

    sara needs to keep her mouth,best case i know for voting for obama

  2. Brandon D. says:

    I don’t think Sarah Palin is Catholic. Her view on denying legal rights to gay and lesbian Americans in order to harm them certainly isn’t Catholic. Why are you reporting on her ramblings?

  3. Bern says:

    Whether she is for or against same-sex marriage is of no consequence. Sarah Palin is simply not presidential material, and is going nowhere as far as a political future is concerned. Trust me on this, Thomas.

    Nor is Newtie Gingrich, the serial adulturer.

    Santorum? Don’t think so!

    Huckabee? Most Americans are not interested in religious right-wingers for the office of President.

    The only possible Republican contender in 2012 is, I think, Mitt Romney, who, give him credit for that, has been a successful businessman as head of Bain Capital here in Boston.

    I am a liberal Democrat, so I expect to be voting for President Obama in 2012. If the economy continues to improve, I think he will be unbeatable in 2012.

    1. Sir Robert says:

      As a Catholic, I will not be voting for Obama, or any other candidate who attacks the dignity of the human person. We can not even begin to improve in any arena if we disrespect the dignity of the human person. Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and the rest will be given to you.

    2. phil says:

      Good for you! Now i’ll offer up a prayer for you Bern. After that i’ll puke.
      BTW, If Sarah Palin is not executive material (having run our largest state) Then obama probably wasn’t qualified to even be mayor of a city when elected.

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