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The homosexuals and lesbians have gained considerable political and social momentum in America. They have "come out" as the term goes, left their closets, and are knocking on the doors of your homes. Through TV, Radio, Newspapers, and Magazines, they are preaching their doctrine of tolerance, equality, justice, and love. They do not want to be perceived as abnormal or dangerous. They want acceptance and they want you to welcome them with open, loving arms, approving of what they do.

In numerous states in America several bills have been introduced by the pro homosexual politicians to ensure that the practice of homosexuality is a right protected by law. Included in these bills are statements affecting employers, renters, and schools. Even churches would be required to hire a quota of homosexuals with "sensitivity" training courses to be "strongly urged" in various work places. There is even legislation that would make the state pick up the tab for the defense of homosexuality in lawsuits, while requiring the non homosexual side to pay out of his/her pocket.

The Christian church has not stood idle. When it has spoken out against this political immorality, the cry of "separation of church and state" is shouted at the "religious bigots." But when the homosexual community uses political power to control the church, no such cry of bigotry is heard. Political correctness says it is okay for the homosexual community to impose its will upon churches, but not the other way around. Apparently, it isn't politically correct to side with Christians. (...)

Finally, with their hardened hearts, they seek to promote their lifestyle in society. This is become more real since homosexuals are gaining strength and forcing those with opposing views into confinement and penalty. So much for fairness. It is okay to demand it for themselves, but they balk at allowing it for those who disagree.

Hitch, CARM 55 Comments [1/9/2009 6:01:01 AM]
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Equalist

The first paragraph, I actually agree with completely. The rest of it though is a whole shitload of fail.

Edit: Woo! Firsties!

1/9/2009 6:07:24 AM

Detrs

Ho-hum.

1/9/2009 6:08:15 AM

Mat

1. Heaven Forbid (literally, it seems) that the doctrine of "tolerance, equality, justice and love" be preached ANYWHERE. Oh, I forgot - First Amendment. It doesn't apply exclusively to fundamentalist Christians, you know.

2. Let's see - Employment anti-discrimination - yup. Got a problem with the fact that I can't now be fired simply for being gay, sweetie. Tough. And as to the rest in order: I LIKE having a roof over my head, and it's always good to get an edu-ma-cation - as you clearly do not believe. Churches - citation needed. Lawsuits - citation needed.

3. Separation of church and state goes both ways, sweetie. Teh gheys aren't trying to control the church, simply keep it out of our bedrooms. Also, we ARE getting rather sick of preachers inciting people to kill us in the name of your retarded desert sun-god, you know.

4. CITATION NEEDED. "Forcing those with opposing views into confinement and penalty?" WTF? Then WHY IS PAT ROBERTSON STILL A FREE MAN? You a$$hat. I don't have the pie-chart, but I'm sure that someone will oblige.

Also, given the fact that the fundies who tortured Matt Shepard to death escaped the death penalty, you have no grounds for saying that "homosexuals have superior rights". If it had been done to a woman by those pieces of human excrement, they WOULD have gotten the chair. Instead, they got to plea-bargain - because their victim was only a gay guy, and counts for less than half a person in your retarded excuse for a legal system. In short, you FAIL on every conceivable level. Please stop polluting the internets with your utter ignorance and stupidity.

1/9/2009 6:11:07 AM

werewolf

Your logic went off the rails there, hitch. Try again.

1/9/2009 6:11:27 AM

DevilsChaplain

"In numerous states in America several bills have been introduced by the pro homosexual politicians to ensure that the practice of homosexuality is a right protected by law."

Woo-hoo, somebody play the song "Gay Bar" by Electric Six to celebrate!

"The Christian church has not stood idle."
Really? Hadn't noticed... <sarcasm>

"But when the homosexual community uses political power to control the church, no such cry of bigotry is heard."
Yeah because that never happened, Christ-tard.

"It is okay to demand it for themselves, but they balk at allowing it for those who disagree."
Hear that? That's the world's smallest violin playing just for the fundies ^_^

1/9/2009 6:18:20 AM

DevilsChaplain

@Mat
Here ya go, dude!


1/9/2009 6:19:58 AM

pete

The only case in which a church would be required to hire any minority group, or even allow them to worship, is if they did something to lose their protected status. Basically, as long as they don't pay taxes the government can't do a blessed thing and that's ensured by the U.S. Constitution whether I like it or not.

Personally, I think that following religion is a "choice of lifestyle" and they should operate under the same "logic" they apply to homosexuals. If one choice is not entitled to legal recognition, neither should others.

Aside from that I would say that Hitch should provide a whole book of citations. I don't think he has much knowledge about, well, anything.

1/9/2009 6:23:54 AM



Damn those homos! How dare they ask for equal rights and basic human dignity!!! Damn them! Damn them to all hell!

1/9/2009 6:24:51 AM

Potentate Argyros

I'd rather have gays and lesbians knocking on my door, since I'm bi, rather than your crowd of religious bigots

1/9/2009 6:58:58 AM

Ren

If only he had just stoped after the first paragraph...

1/9/2009 7:05:48 AM

Mortok

Direct all homosexuals to my address, please.

1/9/2009 7:07:59 AM

Barikada

"Through TV, Radio, Newspapers, and Magazines, they are preaching their doctrine of tolerance, equality, justice, and love."

... and you're threatened by this, why?

1/9/2009 7:26:56 AM

The Outsider

tl;dr.

1/9/2009 7:37:28 AM

aaa

Yawn.

1/9/2009 7:39:57 AM

Thinking Allowed

Even churches would be required to hire a quota of homosexuals with "sensitivity" training courses to be "strongly urged" in various work places.

The only way a church would be "required" to hire a quota of homosexuals is if they're offering a legitimate job in which they would be taking out income tax and what else required by law to do.

1/9/2009 8:16:59 AM

Paler_Face

The homosexuals and lesbians have gained considerable political and social momentum in America. They have "come out" as the term goes, left their closets, and are knocking on the doors of your homes. Through TV, Radio, Newspapers, and Magazines, they are preaching their doctrine of tolerance, equality, justice, and love. They do not want to be perceived as abnormal or dangerous. They want acceptance and they want you to welcome them with open, loving arms, approving of what they do.


Yeah. Cool, huh?


In numerous states in America several bills have been introduced by the pro homosexual politicians to ensure that the practice of homosexuality is a right protected by law. Included in these bills are statements affecting employers, renters, and schools. Even churches would be required to hire a quota of homosexuals with "sensitivity" training courses to be "strongly urged" in various work places. There is even legislation that would make the state pick up the tab for the defense of homosexuality in lawsuits, while requiring the non homosexual side to pay out of his/her pocket.

The Christian church has not stood idle. When it has spoken out against this political immorality, the cry of "separation of church and state" is shouted at the "religious bigots." But when the homosexual community uses political power to control the church, no such cry of bigotry is heard. Political correctness says it is okay for the homosexual community to impose its will upon churches, but not the other way around. Apparently, it isn't politically correct to side with Christians. (...)

Finally, with their hardened hearts, they seek to promote their lifestyle in society. This is become more real since homosexuals are gaining strength and forcing those with opposing views into confinement and penalty. So much for fairness. It is okay to demand it for themselves, but they balk at allowing it for those who disagree.


Ehr. Citation needed. I think you just pulled this from your arse.
Since you are a christian, you believe you should follow the 10 commandments. Look up the 9th one.

1/9/2009 10:25:33 AM

anonymous

"They have "come out" as the term goes, left their closets, and are knocking on the doors of your homes."

No, the only people knocking on my doors are asking me to come to Hall Council, and probably, someday, church.

Good day, both of you. I have lesbian porn to watch.

*closes door*

1/9/2009 10:33:22 AM

Xotan

...they are preaching their doctrine of tolerance, equality, justice, and love.

- Just like Jesus!

...They do not want to be perceived as abnormal or dangerous. They want acceptance and they want you to welcome them with open, loving arms, approving of what they do.

- They are not abnormal. Same sex interaction is common enough in the animal world, including human. So stop your scapegoating right now, or someone might start spreading your own indiscretions. As to acceptance etc.., take your prurient nose out of other people's bedrooms and mind your own fuching business.

... But when the homosexual community uses political power to control the church, no such cry of bigotry is heard.

This is probably due to the fact that many churches absolutely rely on gays to provide their clergy. Purge them and the churches would collapse for lack of a ministry.

...Finally, with their hardened hearts, they seek to promote their lifestyle in society.

- You mean they want to live an ordinary life, minding their own business in areas that are inappropriate to probe in others' lives? Well, if you break the law, you pay for poking your nose too far into others' business. It figures.

...It is okay to demand it for themselves, but they balk at allowing it for those who disagree.

- Mirror, Mirror!

1/9/2009 11:09:16 AM

El Zorro

Teh ghey agenda is gaining momentum. Soon no asshole is safe from penetration.

1/9/2009 11:10:20 AM

Orion

Seriously, homosexuals may have lobby groups but they are nowhere near as powerful or influential or organized (with an agenda!) as the Church.

Wuss.

1/9/2009 11:43:03 AM

drumbo

"The Christian church has not stood idle"

Sadly not..

1/9/2009 12:21:56 PM

Illuminatalie

That thread is revolting. What a lot of pathetic fundibots.

1/9/2009 12:40:35 PM

Mister Spak

Theological correctness says it's OK for the fundie community to impose its will upon others, but not the other way around. Appaently, it isn't theologically correct to side with the constitution.

1/9/2009 12:43:56 PM

Efrain

I fucking wish Lesbians would knock on my door, preferably hot ones that want to try a threeway.

1/9/2009 12:49:59 PM

apYrs

"Finally, with their hardened hearts, they seek to promote their lifestyle in society. This is become more real since homosexuals are gaining strength and forcing those with opposing views into confinement and penalty. So much for fairness. It is okay to demand it for themselves, but they balk at allowing it for those who disagree. "

The reason we're more visible is because were not as scared as previously of being exterminated by people who thought we were abominations. Our parents and friends are more willing to support and protect us now that the strangle hold of the Xian church is slackening

1/9/2009 1:11:53 PM
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