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[Audience members at GOP debate boo gay soldier.]

Incorrect on many levels.

One they booing his homosexuality. Two they booed is defiant public defense of immorality. Three they booed his questionable commitment to duty, for by his appearance and question he brought shame upon all.

Despite the sick fads of current society much of morality is still an absolute. Homosexuality is wrong.

The audience would have likewise booed a UN Soldier defending sex with children that was done so that those children could get food.

bvw, Free Republic 67 Comments [9/28/2011 3:13:09 AM]
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whoanelly

This guy is elevating booing past where it rightfully belongs-elementary school.

To the booers, STFU and get your fat asses to Afghanistan. This guy's made a bigger sacrifice than you ever will.

9/28/2011 3:49:19 PM

Skatepunk

I said it before. I will say it again.

Booing someone for asking a question is extremely disrespectful.

9/28/2011 4:50:45 PM



And yet these are the people who claim to be the only True Patriotic Americans(TM) and equate disagreeing with them to hating America

9/28/2011 5:12:42 PM

LDM

That man had the courage to stand up and speak out in the middle of a pack of bigoted scumbags of whom he and his type are the prime target of their hatred. I applaud him for that. He's 10 times the man you are, bvw.

And while he's out there bravely serving his country, what are you doing? Sitting in your mommy's basement, stuffing your face with Cheetos and whining over the internet about gays in the military?


9/28/2011 6:13:33 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

My dear bvw,

I am a combat veteran. I proudly served my country and its citizens. I saw some of my friends die in some of the most unfortunate ways immaginable.

You can swallow my sac.

Please find a fire to die in, ASAP.

9/28/2011 7:40:49 PM

TB Tabby

A better analogy is "they would cheer a soldier who let children die because they didn't have insurance, even after it's discovered they did have insurance.”

9/28/2011 11:58:13 PM

Pup

I'm sure they would have booed someone who defended paedophilia, as most people would. What does that have to do with this exactly?

9/29/2011 1:44:13 AM

Confuzzled

Yes, it's easy to boo a soldier for the sacrifices he's done, probably suffered shell shock and or battlefield trauma. It's nice to know that they are supportive nation filled with mooks cheering them on.

Fighting, potentially dying and witnessing violence, gore and other unsavory things on daily basis whilst surviving on military ration and malnutrition.

Twats.

9/29/2011 3:55:25 AM

farpadokly

"A UN soldier defending sex with children that was done so that those children could get food". Meanwhile, back in the real world, that did not happen nor is it likely to happen, and if it did it would not be morally equivalent to an adult choosing to have a relationship with another adult.

9/29/2011 5:58:50 AM

JSS

[Incorrect on many levels.]

But of course a freeper's advice should be taken with a pound of salt...

[One they booing his homosexuality. Two they booed is defiant public defense of immorality. Three they booed his questionable commitment to duty, for by his appearance and question he brought shame upon all.]

Yep, a man who fights for your rights is shameful, immoral and every other nasty disgusting little thing your hypocritical, self-righteous mind can spew simply because of his sexual orientation.

[Despite the sick fads of current society much of morality is still an absolute. Homosexuality is wrong.]

You mean the whole 'do what religion tells you' "absolute" morality?

[The audience would have likewise booed a UN Soldier defending sex with children that was done so that those children could get food.]

Strawmen are fun to play with, aren't they?

9/29/2011 11:39:08 AM

myheadhurts

homophobes are some of the sickest people I know, leave it to them to bring up child rape... often

9/29/2011 6:09:01 PM

lisamariefan

Wow, so surprising that they're bringing pedophilia/child molestation into this.

Not.

9/29/2011 10:28:47 PM



Or they booed for the same reason people booed blacks in white universities. We don't actually care about your reasoning.

10/1/2011 8:59:39 AM

Brianisha

"Despite the sick fads of current society much of morality is still an absolute"

Speak for yourself, and Ive come across more gay supporters recently than facist homophobes these days.

10/1/2011 12:06:43 PM

Anon-e-moose

"Despite the sick fads of current society much of morality is still an absolute."

(*Switches to Doug Piranha mode*):

Oh, how right you are. And that's the problem. Why?:

"The audience would have likewise booed a UN Soldier defending sex with children that was done so that those children could get food."

Just as you Repubican Teabagger Neocunts do absolutely nothing about these:

http://mccannexposure.wordpress.com/2010/02/16/republican-list-of-paedophiles-shocking/

But they're right-wingers like you, so that makes it all right, doesn't it? [/mega-sarcasm]

Despite the likes of Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, Ted Faggard, Kent Hovind, Tony Alamo et al, and their own sins, do we see a 'Reverse-McCarthy' campaign - just as hyper-savage & 'guilty util proven innocent' as that in the 1950s - of witchhunts, showtrials & generally destroying the lives of anyone right-wing whose own personal morality is nothing less than purer than white, and criminal record-free, no less? Do we, my left bollock.

Because if there were, you lot on Free Repubic, Freak Cuntservatives et al know only too well that there'd be no right-wingers left in the US, never mind Fundamentalist preachers.

...oh wait.

10/1/2011 1:32:30 PM

Anon

Except molesting an unwilling child is a little different from two consenting adults having a relationship.

10/4/2011 3:05:48 PM

Blarghonius

[Citation Needed], but preferably from a source that doesn't use itself to prove its worth.

10/4/2011 5:41:01 PM
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