“Your life would be a whole lot easier”
A Travis County board of optometrists found that, while the Republican governor’s political maneuverings may have been extremely shortsighted, his vision is at least 20-20, if not 20-16.
Unfortunately for Perry, he’s militarizing the wrong border.
“I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that, and I look at the homosexual issue the same way.”
If implemented, soldiers serving under the “Hellbound Corps” would be exempt from all benefits reserved for heterosexual servicemen.
Perry even went so far as to claim that “abortion destroys a man’s ability to be a man,” which “could leave some men to turn to homosexuality.”
Perry said that the “painful memories of that mess” cause her to “sympathize with loose women who make mistakes.”
“Maybe [the court’s decision] is God’s way of saying, ‘Hey, maybe you shouldn’t have gotten married in the first place,’ you know? I think if Texas decides that these men can’t divorce, then it’s appropriate punishment that they stay married in sin all their lives,” Perry stated.
Now that Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst has done away with the supermajority requirement and public hearings have been shut down prematurely in favor of closed-door meetings, the bill seems almost certain to pass.
“I’m proud we are standing up for religious freedom in our state,” Perry said. “Freedom of religion doesn’t mean freedom from religion.”