Real Men, regardless of sexual orientation, face up to the challenge is thrust upon them. And that goes double when they become a parent.

If there are people (And in his case, hundreds of million) depending on your actions and leadership, but you decide to go for paternity leave rather than work and fix the problem, you are a failure as man.

Nobody forced you to accept the position of Secretary of Transportation. Nobody put your nuts in a vise and threatened you with a plumber’s torch if you did not became the person in charge overseeing the efficient movement of people and good across the nation. You could have said no and go on with your life.

But you said yes and were suppose to put your fellow Americans above personal concerns or wants. You were supposed to do want millions do every day when they go to work for the sake of the country and its citizens. Like marriage, you took the position for better or for worse and you have to be dumb enough to have believed that no crisis would be waiting for you when the President that chose you used the rescue of the road infrastructure as campaign promise.

And real men realize that if they can’t do the job of caring for others, they must step aside and let somebody who can do his job take over. There is no shame in accepting limitations, but there is absolute embarrassment on repeating the same useless behavior because you cannot accept your failure and rather see the people in the country you swore to protect and defend suffer because you are an incompetent fool placed in a position for political decoration.

You have a son? Then leave him an important legacy: To know you did the right thing for him and his future rather than use him as an excuse to hide your uselessness in the position that you chose to serve.

You adopted a human being, not a political prop.  Be a man by being a real parent.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

13 thoughts on “Pete Buttigieg is the worst thing that could happen to Gay People”
  1. According to dems he IS a man….a simpering coward of a man ……. Remember kids, this is the do nothing party…. Somehow “lets go petey” just doesnt have the same ring to it…

  2. “You adopted a human being, not a political prop.”

    I’m sorry, but that’s exactly what they did. Adopted political props.

    And the kids are going to suffer for it.

      1. Some of the finest human beings I’ve ever met were raised by same-sex couples. So were some of the worst humans I’ve met.

        Funny thing, I can say the exact same thing about people raised by hetero couples.

        As it turns out, the values a person is raised with is more important than the identity of who imparts them.

        Who knew?

  3. Now what in the world ever made you think that that faqqot was in any way, shape or form, a man? Your dope go bad on you? Fresh supplies coming across the border 24/7, get some. ;-))

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  4. Petey Buttplug is very much the “default setting” for Democrats: photogenic, gay, incompetent, disconnected, “not responsible” for what happens, etc.

    So why are you surprised? Every box got checked.

    The Slow Joe and Princess Kneepads administration is looking like the ultimate “no show” union jobs program.

  5. Peter Bootysex is a leftist. So is this administration. Therefore, what he “is” is more important than what he does.

    In their world, he is an absolute success simply because he is gay, married to another gay man, and now a father. You are supposed to consider him a role model because he took two months paternity leave. (Per bride of chucky.)

    Competence, ability, even showing up for work, are secondary to his lifestyle.

    And, I agree. This disaster will put gay people back several steps. Competent, hard working gay people will now be judged by who they sleep with, not what they accomplish.

  6. I wonder if his former bosses at McKinsey would have given him two months paternity leave? I seriously doubt it.

  7. Pete Buttigieg is the worst thing that could happen to Gay People

    Yep. His poor example is going to taint the entire community. It will hurt the electoral chances of any future gay elected politicians, and discourage the nomination of appointed ones.

    We said the same about Obama and being the first “black” president; because of him, he’ll also be the last for a very long time.

    It’s not that gay (or black) people can’t lead or hold political office; I’m not saying that at all. It’s that these critical, high-profile “firsts” were handled so poorly that voters will be reluctant to try it again.

  8. I would be happy if Richard Grenell was in the Cabinet or even President. He sees things clearly, and calls it honestly.

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