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December 31st, 2009

What do Karl Rove, Rush Limbaugh, and Gay Rights Activists Have in Common?

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Written by: Battleground Iowa
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by Emily Geiger

Geesh, not a good end of the year for some high profile Republicans

Apparently, Karl Rove is getting divorced after almost 25 years of marriage. I always say that I just don’t get situations like this. You’ve put up with each other for so long and invested so much of your life into a relationship of that length, and now you’re going to give up?

I guess we’re all supposed to feel better about it when they tell us that it was “mutual” and “amicable.”

Gee, that makes it all better doesn’t it?

And now I read that Rush Limbaugh was hospitalized with chest pains while vacationing in Hawaii.

Rush, I know you’ve lost some weight recently (at least as of your Leno appearance during which you famously ran down a cardboard Al Gore with a hybrid), but perhaps it’s time to cut out the stogies.

Some other Republicans I know would do well follow that advice.

You know, we can’t keep ignoring the fact that people like the now twice divorced Rove (and Limbaugh for that matter) do undermine arguments for traditional marriage and that people like the stogie obsessed Limbaugh tax our healthcare system about as much as certain other people whose lifestyle choices cause increased health problems.

So, to answer my own question, Karl Rove and gay activists are contributing to the destruction of traditional marriage, and Rush Limbaugh and gay activists both advocate behavior and choices that lead to disease and increased health costs that, eventually, we all end up paying for.

Just some food for thought.


About the Author

Battleground Iowa
Emily Geiger writes from a conservative perspective on everything from politics to religion to pop culture. Like the original Emily of Revolutionary War era, this Emily is delivering important messages crucial to winning the raging war of the time, but today, this is a culture war rather than a traditional one. And, like the original Emily, sometimes it takes a woman to do (or say) that which lesser men lack the courage and tenacity to do.




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