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An Agent of Intolerance Seeks to Stifle Debate

mgerardy Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 3:08 PM
Underneath this phony victimhood veneer is an agenda-drive religious dominon, that all others are to bow to one god, that a specific group defines to usurp Constitutional law. Religious zealots are bullies who feign cries to the principle because the nerdy gay boy's head got in the way of their fist. All of this filth spewed by Ken Connor is nothing more than "our right to exploit and wield religion as a weapon against 'undesirables', and "their" place in our society remain to be silent and take our abuse that we otherwise re-frame as punishment, or "love". The FRC's sewage rhetoric is indefensible as vile, bile, character-defamation of a group and is the modern-day equivilent of the Ku Klux Klan.
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 3:28 PM
"character-defamation of a group and is the modern-day equivilent of the Ku Klux Klan"

Character-defamation of a group? That's rich. Do you protest "character-defamation" of the "group" known as pedophiles too? If not, you probably will someday.

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