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The FRC Shooting and Inflammatory Gay Rhetoric

Becca in TX Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 1:40 PM
John-I don't want homosexuals to touch each other in public because I don't want to have that conversation yet with my 5 year old grandson. When we went to Seaworld last month someone went and got a suit to come have a talk with 3 homosexual couples in our line about how to behave in a family amusement park. I didn't see any herero couples acting like that. If they're going to act in a disrespectful and discourteous manner, they shouldn't be surprised when they're treated that way.

Within hours of the shooting of the security guard at the Family Research Council last Wednesday, more than 20 gay organizations issued a joint statement that they “utterly reject and condemn such violence.” This is highly commendable. Unfortunately, they did not utterly reject, condemn, or even acknowledge their potential role in helping to create the toxic environment that may have contributed to the shooting. Consider how shrill gay activist rhetoric has become.

In June, after Southern Baptists reaffirmed marriage as the union of one man and one woman (for conservative Christians who base their faith on the Bible, a no brainer),...