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Students Want Anti-Gay Priest Removed from University

David3036 Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 12:39 AM
Isn't it time for Christians to stop whining about being "persecuted"? They have 80 percent of t he public in their corner,, they enjoy outrageous tax breaks on both income and property, and they have a large chunk of the broadcast spectrum set aside for their exclusive use in preaching and raising money. And still they whine that gays, or liberals, or atheists or someone else is trying to destroy their institution or take away their religious freedom. They claim that the "gay lobby" has undue power and influence, but when two college students protest about anti-gay comments from a priest, this columnist writes that "religious liberty groups are mobilizing to defend the chaplain...." Where does the "power" reside in this squabble?
annfan_777 Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 7:36 AM
No, but it's certainly long overdue for crybaby homosexuals to stop whining, moaning, complaining and demanding that the world change to accommodate their twisted, sick lifestyle choices.

Religious liberty groups are mobilizing to defend the chaplain of George Washington University’s Newman Center after gay students launched an effort to have the priest fired because he preaches against homosexuality and abortion.

“It’s discrimination against Catholics,” said Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society. “Secular colleges are fast becoming a very unsafe place for Catholics who hold true to their faith. This is a very, very sad situation.”

Two gay students at George Washington told the GW Hatchet student newspaper that they want Father Greg Shaffer removed from campus over his anti-gay and anti-abortion views.

Damian Legacy and...