“If we don’t change our patriarchal and homophobic culture … we cannot advance as a new society, and that’s what we want – the power of emancipation through socialism. We will establish relationships on the basis of social justice and social equality …. It seems like a Utopia, but we can change it.”
– Mariela Castro, during a 90-minute appearance in San Francisco last week, as she hailed Barack Obama’s support for homosexual “marriage” and the loosening of U.S.-Cuba travel restrictions. She added, “I would vote for President Obama.”
The Obama Administration immediately tried to distance itself from Castro’s support because – you know – Cuba doesn’t allow democratic elections.
“At a certain point, I’ve just concluded that for me personally it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married.”
— President Barack Obama expressing support for same-sex marriage, after Vice-President Joe Biden forced the issue on Meet the Press last Sunday and Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts grabbed his arm and twisted it to near breakage.
“During the conversation, Ms. Brunstetter said her husband was the architect of Amendment 1, and one of the reasons he wrote it was to protect the Caucasian race. She said Caucasians or whites created this country. We wrote the Constitution. This is about protecting the Constitution. There already is a law on the books against same-sex marriage, but this protects the Constitution from activist judges.”
– Chad Nance, a freelance journalist in Winston-Salem, NC, paraphrasing a comment made by Jodi Brunstetter, wife of North Carolina State Sen. Peter Brunstetter, about North Carolina’s “Amendment One,” which would outlaw same-sex marriage in the state.
Jodi Brunstetter conceded using the word “Caucasian,” but now says she was misquoted. Wow – even the spouses of politicians have learned how to play the victim!