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Gay Activists Bully Tebow, Christian University

Chries Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 8:49 AM
Why don't the majority of gays who are working, paying the bills, and living their lives rise up an denounce the radicals who represent only a very small minority of gays and an even smaller minority of Americans? Fact: The price of denouncing the gay radicals is essentially the same price as that paid by those who denounce radical Islam; the radicals are violent and cruel to their opponents.
CVN65 Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:53 AM
It's the same with all fascists. They want to force others to believe as they believe and will stop at nothing to accomplish this.
DCM in FL Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:10 AM
"Why don't the majority of gays who are working, paying the bills, and living their lives rise up an denounce the radicals who represent only a very small minority of gays and an even smaller minority of Americans?"

Maybe they don't actually represent only a very small minority of gays?
Chries Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:23 AM
DCM, you obviously don't know many gays...
DCM in FL Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:27 AM
In most cases, I knew them before I really saw the extent of the radicalism. So you are saying most of them aren't represented by the radicals?

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:38 AM
ALL the gays I know would never be condone nor be involved with the kind of radical activities and protests that try to intimidate and force the "agenda" down the throats of the rest of us.

NONE of the gays I know are willing to take a stand against the radicals because they literally fear for their lives and property if they take such a stand.
DCM in FL Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:40 AM
Hmm, very interesting. Yep, looks like the "moderate Muslim" analogy fits.

Gay rights activists are demanding Tim Tebow back out of a speaking engagement at Liberty University just two weeks after pressuring the New York Jets quarterback to cancel a speaking engagement at the First Baptist Church of Dallas.

Tebow is expected to speak this weekend at Wildfire – a men’s conference hosted by the conservative Christian university. His remarks will be closed to the general public.

The professional football player is well-known for sharing his faith in Christ – but in recent weeks he’s come under fire from the national media and gay rights activists for speaking in churches that follow...