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Gay marriage was the idea of far left politicians who needed another victim group to keep their funds and offices in place. I never heard hard working gays say they wanted to be Betty Crocker, it's just the "in your face" losers looking for their share of social service hand outs. In my humble opinion.

Cowboy, Moonbattery 49 Comments [3/28/2010 10:20:09 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Thejebusfire

Plenty of hard working ladies don't want to be Betty Crocker either. What's your point?

3/28/2010 10:22:29 PM

MadBumperJumper

So why should straight people get hands out then? Why not abolish marriage?

3/28/2010 10:24:32 PM

GigaGuess

Why do you have to want to be "Betty Crocker" to want to commit yourself legally to someone else? You're aware that there's more to marriage than putting on a dress and playing housewife, right?

3/28/2010 10:27:05 PM

Swede

There are no far left politicians in the US. At least not many enough to get a controversial question like gender-neutral marriage taken on. All you have is an ultra-right-wing and a center-right-wing.

Who wants to be Betty Crocker? I don't even know who she is/was and I still recoil in disgust.

3/28/2010 10:31:21 PM

Wehpudicabok

This is actually the least homophobic thing I have ever read from Moonbattery. I'm impressed.

3/28/2010 10:36:29 PM

Sisyphus

Says cowboy on the way to the welfare office to pick up his cheque.

3/28/2010 10:57:41 PM

feralboy12

I wanna party with you, cowboy.

3/28/2010 11:00:44 PM

The Jamo

Gay marriage was the idea of gay people who want to be treated just like everyone else, you dolt. Which part of that is difficult for you to understand?

3/28/2010 11:09:45 PM

aaa

This is from the milder end of Moonbattery.

3/28/2010 11:13:13 PM

dionysus

Gay marriage was the idea of far left politicians who needed another victim group to keep their funds and offices in place.

Well if there wasn't a victim in the first place there'd be nothing to "keep their funds and offices in place", so by your logic you and other fundies are keeping 'far left politicians' in business.

I never heard hard working gays say they wanted to be Betty Crocker

And I never heard of any hard working straight people saying they wanted to be Michael Jackson's grandmother. I also don't know what the point of either observation is.

it's just the "in your face" losers looking for their share of social service hand outs.

If by "handouts" you mean the rights that are afforded to all straight married couples then it's not just the openly gay people that want those rights but those that aren't as "in your face" want them as well it's just that they're not as vocal or "in your face" about it. And why SHOULD only straight people get these 'handouts'?

3/28/2010 11:16:53 PM

GodotIsWaiting4U

I'm sorry, "Betty Crocker"? Not only are you homophobic, you're apparently also sexist.

3/28/2010 11:28:40 PM

Canadia

You're right, I don't remember ever wanting to be Betty Crocker, not even a Betty, or a Crocker, or a woman.

Marriage would be pleasant, though.

3/28/2010 11:36:59 PM

Murdin

@Wehpudicabok : that's only because the poster is even more sexist than he's homophobic. No need to be impressed.

3/28/2010 11:53:42 PM

WWWWolf

> In my humble opinion.

Don't abuse the phrase. Judging from how often that appears in FSTDT, I'm starting to believe this phrase translates to "Please don't hit me in the face even when I'm obviously completely clueless."

3/29/2010 1:26:58 AM



I love the belief that saying imho makes you sound intelligent and you know respected rather than actualshowing what a complete and utter misinformed idiotic berk you are.

3/29/2010 2:49:02 AM

I read about the afterlife

Oh, I noticed how you used homophobia to try and cover up your misogyny. Good job there.

3/29/2010 3:41:44 AM

Brenz

Your opinion is neither humble nor perceptible.

Also, as a single straight guy, why the hell do you married types get all the benefits?

3/29/2010 4:21:41 AM

Mister Spak

But your humble opinion also includes the constitution being based on your little extremist cult, so it's worthless.

3/29/2010 4:47:26 AM

The L

Wha--HOW does this make any kind of sense?

No, really, what does Betty Crocker have to do with gay people OR marriage? I'm really not seeing it.

Of course, I'm a future female breadwinner whose intended says he'd like to be a stay-at-home-Dad if we can afford it, so Cowboy would probably be furious with me for totally unrelated reasons.

3/29/2010 4:53:01 AM

JSS

How about, and this will sound completely off the wall, how about they came up with the idea because, oh, I don't know, maybe gay couples actually don't get all the legal rights a heterosexual married couple would.

3/29/2010 4:55:12 AM

Siberia

In my humble opinion, you're a cunt.

3/29/2010 5:28:32 AM

TGRwulf

So there's no such thing as homosexuality and it's just a conspiracy by the left? Riiiiiight.

3/29/2010 5:58:53 AM

Doctor Whom

Try telling any of the straight married women at my office that they want to be Betty Crocker. You can run fast, I hope.

3/29/2010 6:17:06 AM

Rumpshaker Slim

Does this guy realize Betty Crocker wasn't a real person?

Do all hard working gays want to be fictional corprate spokespersons?

3/29/2010 6:24:13 AM

John_in_Oz

Social Services give hand-outs to heterosexual couples?

3/29/2010 6:27:42 AM
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