Saturday, November 15, 2008

The Gay SS

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Homosexuals are a combined 0-30 in electoral battles to get same-sex marriage legalized. The latest and probably hardest, most difficult loss to deal with was the passage of Prop. 8 in California. This was it they thought, this was the winner with a high turn out expected and an extremely liberal presidential candidate whom would draw in millions of voters who would support them and vote the measure down.

Unfortunately for them, they lost once again. Now they are turning their wrath on those who they feel wronged them and posting names:

In addition to protests, gay activists have begun publishing lists online exposing individuals and organizations who have donated money in support of Proposition 8. On, individuals who gave money toward Proposition 8 are publicized, with readers urged not to patronize their businesses or services. The list of donors was culled from data on, which follows all contributions of over $1,000 and all contributions of over $100 given before October 17. Dentists, accountants, veterinarians and the like who gave a few thousand dollars to the cause are listed alongside major donors like the Container Supply Co., Inc. of Garden Grove, Calif., which gave $250,000. "Anyone who steps into a political fight aimed at taking away fundamental rights from fellow citizens opens themselves up to criticism," said Wolfson. "The First Amendment gives them the right of freedom of speech and to support political views, but people also have the right to criticize them."
Now just imagine that it was a conservative group doing the same thing, does anyone believe even a little that there wouldn't being a sentence in that piece about incitement to violence or somesuch language? What these gay brownshirts are doing is listing targets and the gay group have already shown that they will attack anyone--old women, blacks, etc.--who had the chutzpah to get in their way. Imagine if, say, a pro 2nd Amendment group did the same thing.

Someone is going to get seriously hurt in this and the media will gloss it over.

Update: Read this and watch this. Instead of calling it a black list, call it a hit list because essentially, they are calling for the all-out assault on those who exercised their freedoms and are setting those people up for revenge.

Update: Note (second item) as well how even though 70% of blacks voted for Prop 8, the NY Times singles out Mormons.


Matthew Avitabile said...

As a Republican, I think our party should take a stand in favor of gay marriage.

I wrote about it a little while ago:

Would you be interested in a reciprocal link?

Anonymous said...

The biggest problem with legally recognized "gay marriage" is the redefining of the legal definition of marriage. My choice would be that government get out of the marriage business, but that's not going to happen.

Once marriage is anything beyond one man and one woman, the door is wide open. You don't have to be a psychic to see that within 20 years marriage would include not only multiple people, but eventually kids and animals.

Before you delete this as idiotic, remember the news story about the woman that married a dolphin a couple of years ago? I think it happened in Europe. There are plenty of kooks right here that probably thought it was a great thing.

Several years ago there was a professor from a college in Minnesota proposing that our current definition of "child" as it pertains to relations with adults needed to be rethought. Can't remember how young they thought it should be, but it was considerably lower than 18 years.

If you redefine marriage, how long before "consenting" and "adult" have new meanings? It's not that far fetched when you look at what's become of traditional family life since the 60s. Picture a media blitz of NAMBLA, only with a new, more friendly acronym, appearing on Today and GMA.

All we need is Ann Curry and Robin Roberts interviewing the "loving couple" with a haze filter on the camera. To get a better reception, it would be an adult woman and teenage male. Pick any of the teacher sex scandals of recent years to get your subjects. Wait 15 years and repeat with a young woman and a pony.

Now, am I equating homosexuals with being child molesters or bestialists? NO. But any legal acceptance of sex other than heterosexual will mean that eventually ALL practices that deviate from the norm must have equal standing. To gain that in court (because it would never win a vote) all that need be done is to redefine the terms.

And unless I missed it, homosexuals are biologically no different from other humans in the same way as racial or gender distinctions. Until a few decades ago, they were considered to be mentally ill, in the same manner as alcoholics. Judging from their behavior in recent days, and in just about any gay pride march, I'd say that's probably not far off the mark.