The lunatics now run the asylum. Sad.
Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg announced that he and his husband are planning to have a child soon.
Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, revealed their plan at a rally in Brooklyn on Monday, just one day after he [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
Buttigieg, fondly referred to as "Mayor Pete," [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] while answering questions about his views on paid family leave, an issue he said he has a "personal stake in."
"We're hoping to have a little one soon, so I have a personal stake in this one, too," Buttigieg said. "We should have paid parental leave and find a way to have paid leave for anyone who needs caring."
Buttigieg, 37, expanded on his plans with his husband, Chasten, in an interview with MSNBC late Monday, noting that his presidential campaign had slowed down their trek to fatherhood a bit.
"This running for president has slowed down the path," he told MSNBC.
"My husband, he is made for a lot of things. He is a great educator. He has become a great public figure, coming out of the gate," Buttigieg added. "He is going to be an amazing father. I can't wait to see -- I hope I will be good at it, too. I can't wait to see him have that chance."
Chasten Buttigieg, a 29-year-old high school teacher at a South Bend Montessori school, has matched his husband's emergence over the initial months of the 2020 election season with his own prolific Twitter following and candid takes from the trail.
The couple married in 2018 at the Cathedral of Saint James Episcopal church in South Bend. Chasten recently spoke about his newfound fame at an event hosted by the Human Rights Campaign and the significance of his husband's historic candidacy.
"I now live in a world where people take photos of me in the deodorant aisle at the grocery store," he said. "It's not lost on me that I was able to marry the man I love by the grace of one Supreme Court vote."
Mayor Buttigieg, a Rhodes scholar and Afghanistan War veteran, would be the country's first openly gay nominee from a major political party.
ABC News' Christopher Donato contributed to this report.
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The lunatics now run the asylum. Sad.
The difference between a Socialist and a Communist is that the Socialist doesn't have all the guns yet.
How does this Buttigieg pronounce his name?
It is a tongue-twister, which his husband probably is thrilled by. But who cares how he pronounces it? He is having a "made up", one-way argument about his Christianity and his sexual persuasion with a Vice President who is wisely ignoring him. The little twerp is an attention-whore, that's all.
As I best recall, the cable news talking heads call him "booda - jeej", I think.
"The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good." - George Washington, the first President of the United States (1789-1797)
Let us analyze this scenario, He is married to another man and looks like he fulfills the role of the woman in the marriage (He refers to his partner as a "husband", so he must be the wife) and he is a DemocRAT.
He is running for president. The question to ask is: "What could possibly go wrong?"
This country is slowing going to hell.
Progressive = The new Political Correct name for a Communist
A gun on your hip is like the insurance you pay every month that you hope never have to use.
Not slowly, unfortunately; it is on the express rails to implosion and self-destruction.
"Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience", George Carlin
FITASC: Fédération Internationale de Tir aux Armes Sportives de Chasse.
And "the son" is a white, O'Bama light, wannabe who displays the rolled-up shirt sleeves, like O'Bama use to, to display his weenie arms, also like O'Bama use to.
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