Saturday, January 12, 2013

And they'll "hug" those "guns" even harder now


Americans who believe being gay is a sin are no longer the majority — not even half — a shift a Southern Baptist-affiliated research group pins on President Barack Obama’s changed opinion of gay marriage.

A November survey from Nashville-based LifeWay Research, affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, found 37 percent of Americans polled said “yes” when asked if homosexual behavior is a sin.

Forty-five percent said no. Seventeen percent didn’t know.

That’s a major change from LifeWay’s September 2011 survey, when 44 percent said homosexuality was a sin, 43 percent said no and 13 percent didn’t know.

Time for Republicans to throw more money away.


StonyPillow said...

It's an investment in 2014.

WallytheWineGuy said...

I'm starting a for-profit "Pray the Anti-gay Away" Camp. With The Lord's help and some serious cash we can deprogram these benighted bigots into forgiving, tolerant Christians. Then we can deprogram them so they no longer think there is an invisible sky wizard controlling everything.

pansypoo said...

i forgot who said it. chris rock?

rape is a gift from god, but gay is a 'choice'.

who can the rite hate now? who can they use?

Montag said...

Right-wingers throwing money away.

I'm all for that.