Cuckservatives: John Kasich on Gay Marriage

I'm old fashioned, but ...

By Hunter Wallace

In my previous article, I forgot to mention John Kasich’s indisputable first place finish for cucking in last night’s Republican presidential debate, which Rush Limbaugh brought up on his show this afternoon:

“RUSH: Okay, here we go, folks. Now, let me make sure (muttering). Okay. The Drive-By Media, many in the Drive-By Media think that the performance — the best answer of the night was offered by John Kasich, the governor of Ohio, and it was an answer on Medicaid expansion. I’ll have the question here from Megyn Kelly, and then the answer from Kasich, and this… Hey, folks, just telling you right now what the left is saying. The Drive-By Media is saying about the first Republican debate and who they thought was the winner… Well, not the winner, but who gave the best answer of the night. …

KASICH: I’m an old-fashioned person here, and I happen to believe in traditional marriage. But I’ve also said the court has ruled, and I said we’ll accept it, and guess what? I just went to a wedding of a friend of mine who happens to be gay. Because somebody doesn’t think the way I do doesn’t mean that I can’t care about them or can’t love them. So if one of my daughters happen to be that, of course I would love them, and I would accept them. I’m gonna love ’em no matter what they do, because, you know what? God gives me unconditional love; I’m gonna give it to my family and my friends and the people around me.”

I happen to believe in traditional marriage, but the court has ruled … CNN and MSNBC loved it. Time magazine said he could be “the GOP’s Pope Francis candidate.” With this answer, I say that John Kasich bested even ¡Jeb!, who called illegal immigration an “act of love,” to win first place in the cuckservative lane to the GOP nomination.

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12 Comments

  1. What a bitch. All this feminine in today’s discourse is making me throw up. You can’t see, “I believe in traditional marriage…but.” He claims God gives unconditional love (He doesn’t) and yet he feels no sense of duty to stand for God. This is American Christianity for you.

  2. It’s called “reaching across the aisle”. It’s a slick-trick for many a pol, designed to encourage “bench straddlers” to come over to you.

    It’s also a bad move when playing five-card-acey-deucy-one-eyed-jacks, a cool player like me and other Rebs saw where that ace came from….

  3. I wish we really had a foul mouthed tell it like it is guy in these debates, way more straight to the jugular then even Donald Trump.

    My God would respond to Kasich Cuckservative support for the US Supreme Court, homo marriage equality even though he’s traditional marriage minded – my guy would say.

    “Well John, why don’t you just go the full monty and admit that while you are for traditional marriage you will gladly agree to perform homosexual anal sex with Black HIV + inmates in order to win the endorsement of the gay community? You’re a disgusting sorry excuse for a White man John Kasich.

  4. Like I’ve been saying, Dred Scott was “the law of the land” once too.

    More importantly, where were the two wear-it-on-my-sleeve “Christians, Cruz and Cuckabee? Silent.

  5. “I happen to believe in traditional marriage, but the court has ruled”
    What a POS. 5-4 Supreme court rullin since brown v. board of education.

  6. “The court has ruled” and what if a court rules incorrectly, or are they, like the Pope, infallible? Because that is what he is saying.

    The Constitution is horribly flawed, it starts with popular inputs, but has umpteen layers of process where elites can subvert the popular will, by design. The court being the ultimate expression of that in contemporary life. And that is why the Constitution is treated as the joke that it is by the elites, and is a dead letter.

    Alito and Scalia’s dissent was actually legally and logically coherent; the majority opinion was nothing of the kind, merely a “because we say so”.

  7. Theses slippery cucks always play the ‘it’s the law of the card’ when it suits them’

    His statement is filled with contradictions. Weasel!

  8. He’s old fashioned and he loves gay marriage. Don’t you just love the word Cuck. Kasich, king Cuck, for that response.

    Cuck stings like a bee.

  9. “I’m an old-fashioned person here, and I happen to believe in traditional marriage. But I’ve also said the court has ruled, and I said we’ll accept it…”

    “We must obey God rather than men.” – St. Paul’s Epistle

    You god-forsaken cucsocking piece of sh$t!

    You are a TRAITOR!
    TRAITOR!

    To your nation, to your WIFE, to your supposed ‘faith.’

    Anathema sit.

    Roman Emperors were executed for less.

  10. Actually the Constitution is not flawed. They just need to keep impeaching any judge for homo marriage until they change their minds. It’s politicians that are fucked up.

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