Do LD24 Democrats hate traditional religious values?

Two ideological idiots running for the Democrat nomination for Assembly posted this:



Kate Matteson & Gina Trish for Assembly

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We were surprised to see that Senator Steve Oroho's top 3 platform responses include "preserving the sanctity of traditional marriage." Since this is an issue settled by the Supreme Court and supported by a large majority of Americans, we find it disturbing that Senator Oroho clearly would prefer his personal religious convictions be injected into our government. We believe that his views are not representative of the majority of our district.


Perhaps they forgot that only a very short time ago the woman they worship had this to say about same-sex marriage...

Or how about this guy...


While sucking up everything that these two politicians do and say and spewing it out as if it came from within, Kate Matteson and Gina Trish want to pick a fight with someone simply because he is consistent? 


Steve Oroho is informed by his religious beliefs.  Is there anything wrong with applying the Judeo-Christian ideology as the roadmap to one's private life and one's public actions?  Matteson and Trish seem to think so.  If they had their way, they would sweep Judeo-Christianity out of the public square, ban it as "hate speech," and make it illegal. 


It's not just Kate Matteson and Gina Trish doing it.  There is a lot of this neo-fascist thinking being pushed these days.  In some places, it went so far that people started to push back.  Take a look at the video below:

We don't mind it if Kate Matteson and Gina Trish wish to follow the ideology of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin.  That is their business.  And in embracing it, we would expect them to apply that ideology in both their private and public realms.


As for "same-sex marriage" being "an issue settled by the Supreme Court and supported by a large majority of Americans" ...well, no.  Leftists like Kate Matteson and Gina Trish prevented the American people from having their say in the same-sex marriage debate.  The Left opposed a fair and honest vote on same-sex marriage by the electorate -- and they worked furiously to overturn every vote that rejected same-sex marriage, state by state.


In fact, Kate Matteson and Gina Trish sound like a couple of throwback Southern Democrats with their talk about "an issue settled by the Supreme Court" and enjoying "majority" support.  Then, the issue was slavery.  Settled by the Supreme Court in its Dred Scott decision. 


Happily, religion wasn't so frowned upon in those days, for the anti-slavery movement was a religious movement, informed by a fervent religious ideology that believed in man's redemption.  Those who opposed slavery proselytized openly in opposition to it and used religious argument to sway public opinion. 


Would Kate Matteson and Gina Trish have used Dred Scott (the Court's "settled" opinion) to keep fellow human beings in chains?  Or would they have found religion?