Which is the point I was making. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs and still fit under the same tent without being diminished or a part of a "tiny religious cult".<quoted text>
I would guess you are one being not rational on the subject of government and religion. The government has no right and no business to be involved in religious matters. While I am anti abortion/murder it is legal. Does not matter whether or not I like it or not. It is legal. Same with gay marriage, not my thing, I think it is sick, but again in several states it is legal and it will become legal in more states.
You and I agree on these issues but you don't consider yourself as part of a "tiny religious cult" for not agreeing with Galt, do you?
Galt can disagree with both of us without saying these kinds of things which seem a bit irrational to me.
It shouldn't matter if we disagree on certain issues if we're all still under the same tent...should it?
Galt is making it more of an issue out of it than it really is in the whole scheme of things.
As much as I and others would like to see Roe v Wade reversed, it's not going to happen in one election cycle. It doesn't mean I and others still can't take a stand against it without being marginalized by other conservatives for doing so. Does it?