Are you among the many who believe that Atty. Gen. Mike DeWine is operating a religious colony out of his office for his mano a mano assault on pagans living outside of his theocratic sphere?
We’re referring, of course, to his vengeful homophobic hostility to his version of culture warriors, wedded same-sex spouses that he sees snuggling up in every other bed in America.
You want to give him the benefit of the doubt as the good guy attacking drugs, crime and even Asian carp until you realize that he’s the same guy who has filed an amicus brief with the U.S.Supreme Court on behalf of Hobby Lobby, which has chosen not to abide by the Obamacare provision that includes contraceptive coverage in the employer’s insurance plan.
DeWine, a sleepless crusader against abortion, has even renewed a mutually beneficial election year relationship with Mike Gonidakis, the president of Ohio Right to Life, who once thanked God that a person of DeWine’s “leadership” quality had stood his ground on abortion. Doesn’t this so friggen look like textbook cronyism to you?
But with national polls reporting that personal social choices are moving in an opposite direction, , DeWine is already rowing already rowing against the tide and like the other Mike DeWines in America, is going to be left behind. But for now, he is a wearying annoyance that more tolerant minds will have to suffer for awhile.But it is embarrassing to concede that his religious colony has fenced out everyone who isn’t as true a believe as he is.
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