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The Gay Bullies Are Being Exposed

David3036 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 5:37 AM
Why is Brown giving all these English examples? This isn't England. They can pass whatever discrimination laws they want, and we can pass ours. But we have a Bill of Rights that guarantees free speech, including hate speech. In Germany you can run afoul of the law by denying the Holocaust, but we have people who do it all the time, and they have every right to do so. The Gallaudet University woman who was fired will have a GREAT case for a lawsuit and will win. She should not have been fired. But did you notice that the ministers who have been the most vocal in favor of the gay-marriage law in Maryland -- have even appeared in TV ads for it -- are marching with those who support the woman's right to oppose it.
jsalamone Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 6:40 AM
Dr. Brown is citing examples from England, because it is important to point out that homofascism is happening more and more and not just nationally but globally. I could very well (and Dr. Brown has in the past) cited more examples that have occurred in the states. Your arguments border on non-sequitur.

And the Gallaudet woman was punished for signing a petition to have "we the people" vote on the issue of same sex "marriage," which is govt endorsement of homosexual BEHAVIOR. "We the people" typically includes men, women and of different cultural backgrounds and political beliefs. As a Diversity administration, she was living up to her title by signing that petition.

David3036 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 5:39 AM
One has to wonder, however, what other anti-gay views the woman may have, and whether she'sl in the wrong profession, working as a diversity counselor.

As for that "scandalous" statement of gay activists' strategies, what's the big deal? I would LOVE to be behind the closed doors of the National Organization for Marriage and hear what their strategies are. I suspect they're something like, "Lie, lie and lie again."
erick24 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 10:38 AM
Why do we need "diversity counselors?" Sounds like social engineering to me.

A well-liked, Christian man in England had his salary reduced by 40% after posting a comment on his Facebook page in which he stated that the government should not force churches to perform same-sex “marriage” ceremonies. And a Christian couple running a bed and breakfast in their family home in England was fined almost $6,000 for hurting the feelings of a gay couple by refusing to rent a room to them. The headline to Amanda Platell’s report on the first of these two cases said it all: “The real hate crime is persecuting a decent man for his beliefs.”