I have a bias against the Bush administration. I have a tendancy to think that everything that they do is wrong for our country. I believe that they do not have the best interest of the country at heart. I admit to not believing anything they say.
I also admit that my behavior, as it relates to the Bush administration, does not support my uncompromising belief in tolerance and integrity. OK, almost uncompromising.
The latest is the news that Bush will drive a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. The issue that helped him "win" the 2004 election, in light of the incompetency he presented to the country during his first four years in office and his embarassing performance at the debates. Embarassing.
Do we not learn from our past? Don't we realize that the conservative, intolerant beliefs of those who support the ban of sex same marriage are the same as those who did not support civil rights, or women's rights? Do we not learn from our previous wrongs? Historically the democrats social position has proven to be what's right for our country, albeit overtime. Sometimes too long. We know this to be true from our nation's history.
Are we really going to sit back and let the republicans get it wrong again? I am comforted by our history, that eventually we get it right. I don't want to wait on this one. Eventually takes too long, and hurts too many. I know I'm RIGHT on this.