Not to give Cyrus more credit than she might deserve, but I’m assuming she loves her father Billy Ray Cyrus. And anyone who loves Billy Ray Cyrus probably knows something about love that you or I don’t.
"All love is equal" is a sentiment that might play right into those of a logic-pretzel bakers like culture warrior, former Pennsylvania Senator and current GOP 2012 presidential hopeful Rick Santorum, who would presumably counter Cyrus’ argument by saying something along the lines of, “All love is equal, you say? I love to eat Skittles! But my love for Skittles does not equal the love I have for my wife. And if it did, then should I be able to marry a bag of Skittles? No. Because God did not create the elements used to make the chemicals used to make Skittles so that I could shower a fruity rainbow of disrespect down upon the sacred, exclusively human, co-ed institution of marriage.”
Of course, you can substitute the word “Skittles” with “dogs” and that hypothetical statement remains the same, because EVERYBODY knows that a dog is just as capable of saying the words “I do” as a bag of Skittles, right?counter-mocked the singer in an interview with conservative radio rage-monger Chris Stigall, joking, “When she came out against me, we actually had a family meeting and decided whether I can continue on in this process and, you know, we had to talk to the kids and it was difficult.”
The 2012 presidential election will be Cyrus’ first as an eligible voter.
Miley Cyrus’ also utilized Twitter as a weapon against intolerance last month when, upon hearing the Casey Anthony verdict, she tweeted, “You know the world is skewed when people get away with murdering children but we cant get gay marriage legalized in the state of California," perhaps suggesting that the state of Florida should do away with trials by jury, though I doubt that’s what she really meant.his mission to make trade fair, thus begging the question: Are all equal signs created equal? And if so, what should we make fair first: marriage, or trade?