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Gay Rights Activists Attempt to Bully Business

Baciagaluppo Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 11:07 AM
Do gays ever think about anything else but gayness, and who is “with" them, and who is “against” them? Do they realize that the straight world doesn’t spend much time thinking about them, but people have problems of their own?
johnsnare Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 3:16 PM
Excellent,Baciagaluppo. Very sensible, and accurate comment. Why so much emphasis on this subject. I do not understand why the clamor over the Gay issue. Geez, who the hell really cares.? I guess the insecurity over their gayness overwhelmes the majority of Gays,, so they try to make it a National issue. Get over it, please. Most of us really do not care about who, and when you sleep with.
DCM in FL Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 11:53 AM
They may think about other things, but ultimately they let their wrong-sex attractions define who they are. People unfortunately tend to do that with anything "different" about them.

Earlier this month, Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual (LGBT) activists reacted with predictable outrage to Chick-fil-A COO Dan Cathy’s admission that he believes in traditional marriage. Again, predictably, various organizations including the multimillion dollar Human Rights Campaign (HRC), organized a boycott of the popular chain of over 1,600 restaurants. Taking it a step further, Mayor Thomas M. Menino of Boston wrote the company a letter, pledging to abuse his political power to prevent their company from serving the people of Boston or providing jobs for Bostonians because of the mayor’s bigotry against traditional marriage.

A Chicago alderman issued a similar...