Swkh310 posted a comment · Dec 11, 2019
Dr. Brown's steadfast support of the amoral creature in the White House disqualifies him from making any pronouncements whatsoever on issues of morality.
Skeptic posted a comment · Dec 10, 2019
Again, what again is the problem with having a gay couple in the White House? The shift in public opinion points only to the fact that your arguments utterly fail and the Bible lost its relevance when determining moral values. I'd say that this is a win for basic human decency... you want to deny to same sex couples in a loving relationship.
neptune posted a comment · Dec 10, 2019
I agree with Brown's overall point—good article. Public opinion has nothing at all to do with morality. In fact, believing that it does is often considered "chronological snobbery." I'd also like to point out a couple of other things. In my opinion, more often than not, polling is used to *influence* public opinion rather than reflect it. In other words, most polls have an agenda. So, I'm very skeptical of polls in general—how can you ever know if they're accurate or not? As much as possible, I try to tune them out. Also, Brown wrote: "Yes, let’s normalize this concept too: The First [Gay] Gentleman!" Sadly, this would not be a first. It seems that Barack and Michael pulled the wool over many people's eyes for years. I won't go into all the evidence for this, but it's telling what Joan Rivers said in 2014 just a couple of months before her death. When asked if we'd ever have a "gay" president, she replied, "Oh, we already have it with Obama." Then she called "Michelle" a transgender, concluding with, "It's okay . . . she does them proud." Many have suggested that Rivers was just joking, but if you watch the video carefully, there's *nothing* in it to suggest that. She seemed very sincere, and in fact sympathetic toward the two. And is it really believable that she died a couple months later from complications from just a routine procedure? To many of us, it's not. Anyway, as nauseating as the prospect of a Buttigieg presidency would be, at least this guy has the guts to be up-front about his sexuality, so he's not nearly as dangerous as Obama was (and still is).