The problem with coming over to someone's weblog and making assumptions about them based on one entry is this: your assumptions will most likely be way off base.
For the reasoning-impaired, let's review.
* I am not from the religious right. In fact, I am an atheist.
* I do not consider myself a Republican. I have not voted for a Republican president ever - and I've been voting since 1980.
* I am not homophobic or bigoted. All you needed to do was scroll down the page a bit and you would have figured that out before you made an ass of yourself.
* I am not a gung-ho, Bush-can-do-no-wrong kind of person. When I vote for him in November, it will not be done with a great amount of joy.
Ways not to win an argument:
* Insist that everyone who does not agree with you is stupid or misguided.
* Assume that anyone who likes Bush for his stance on terrorism has been "brainwashed" by the party line and cannot think for themselves, nor come to conclusions without having them whispered in their ear.
You want to talk? Debate? Go over facts and figures? Fine. Let's do that. But I'm going to start off assuming that you are an intelligent, thoughtful person who is able to make your own decisions and come to your own conclusions. If you cannot do the same for me, then we cannot debate or talk. Ever.
That is all.
Update: If you are coming here from various links, you might want to read this post
first, so you have the context for this one. And then hit the main page, where I go off on some wild-eyed rant about America, 1968, dancing and West Side Story.