Quote# 77583

In the real world, being openly gay in the military can, and will, result in some of these folks getting their throats slit while on night ops by some real crazy military types. If you’re that bent on pushing your lifestyle choice in everybody’s face, the military isn’t the place to do it. But, go ahead and reap the results. You can’t complain when you’re dead.

junkmaninohio, The Daily Caller 62 Comments [11/23/2010 4:57:50 AM]
Fundie Index: 78
Submitted By: Space Helicopter

Username  (Login)
Comment  (Text formatting help) 

1 2 3 | bottom

Mr Mary Wayne O'Carol

The greatest threat to civilization ever known in the whole history and pre-history of the 6000 year old universe is Satan's creation or abomination that he put inside your mother for her sins, namely, your brother the limp-wristed poofta girlie boy, who of course is now out of your mother. Never in the annals of modern or ancient heroic military campaigns has a more virulent threat to the security of mankind been more apparent. Casual conquerer of religious institutions and other like minded deranged organizations of barbaric nincompoops, the gay man has a power unmatched even by Jesus Christ who is powerless in His influence over His gay enemy. The gay man who knocks even God out of His cloud and renders Him powerless in His ability to halt the gay man's march toward world domination. Even Zombie Aliens from space would not pose such an awful threat as the gay man (nobody can pose as fabulously as a gay man, in any case). Radioactive vampire sharks are as nothing to the gay man. He can render them as senseless as a room full of deranged and frothing right-wing morons just by his very gay presence. We might as well surrender now, as nothing can defeat the gay man, not even lies, quote mining, deceit, name-calling, phelpsing, threats, Jesus, God, morons, cretins, retards, Republicans, etc

11/24/2010 7:02:50 AM


In the real world, being openly gay might lead to some bullying, but so can being openly fat or scrawny, four-eyed, short or tall, etc, etc.
To exist is a risk-factor of Might Be Bullied.

If you're that bent on pushing your tallness lifestyle choice in everybody's face, serve you right! [/sarcasm]

The one doing the slitting of the throat can still be prosecuted or court-martialled, even when the gay person is dead.

11/24/2010 8:13:45 AM


Frankly, I'm way more worried about out-of-control killers slitting the throats of comrades whose sexual orientation they disapprove of than I am about a gay special forces soldier who can follow orders.

Stop using the crazy military types, please.

11/24/2010 12:09:00 PM


Sure, kill someone on your own side of the army. Enjoy being locked up for treason.

11/24/2010 9:16:32 PM



Then they get court Marshalled and spend the rest of their days in prison.

11/26/2010 11:44:59 AM


In the real world, being openly gay in the military can, and will, result in some of these folks getting their throats slit while on night ops by some real crazy military types

And you think that's the gay soldiers fault? Of course you are probably the type of person who bames his wife for making him beat her too.

If you’re that bent on pushing your lifestyle choice in everybody’s face,

I'm sorry, but how exactly is wishing to serve in the miltary without being forced to sneak around in your love life for fear of being discharged, not for anything related to your military performance or rediness, how can that be in anyway construed as "pushing a lifestyle", or anything the fuck else in anyones face? Gays are not demanding the right to have sex in front fellow soldiers they are demanding the right to serve with honor just like any other patriotic american. You're problem is that you think having to acknowledge the fact that gays do exist is somehow "pushing it in your face". It is not.

the military isn’t the place to do it.

Your claims and arguements are not all that different from the bigots who came before you when the military was integrated. They were bullshit then, and they are bullshit now.

11/28/2010 1:45:14 AM


Bit late to the party, but...

What David B. and Doubting Thomas said. This is a terrible but all-too-common attitude when applied to homosexuals and other minorities-- that any hate crimes against them or their families are their fault, not a symptom of a way of thinking that says it's okay to hurt people. This is the exacts same argument I saw written in a *letter to the editor* in the local paper about a year ago, arguing against gay adoption. He said that homosexual couples shouldn't be allowed to adopt because their kids would get picked on for it. Because when the victim is the kid of two gays, all of a sudden the bullying isn't the problem anymore.



11/28/2010 5:09:00 PM

Murder for Jeebus!

12/16/2011 4:53:30 PM


Why do people always assume homophobes are fundies? Like, yeah, this guy's a jackass, but he doesnt mention Gawd or the Babble or anything.

2/21/2012 1:23:03 PM

The problem is the "real crazy military types", not the person who's merely open about him/herself.

It's strange that only homophobes have other people's lifestyles pushed in their faces. The rest of us never experience this push.

2/22/2012 4:59:16 AM


It appears to me that what you know about "the real world" is pure guesswork.

2/22/2012 7:13:40 AM


Except that most of the military is professional enough not to commit murder over something as trivial as sexual orientation.

8/22/2014 10:25:54 PM

1 2 3 | top: comments page