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Brown Shirts at ECU

Raven7 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 12:19 AM
"For those who disagree, just give them yellow stars (or come over and sew them on their outer garments)." I wonder how many of the "uber-tolerant" will get the allusion (hint is in the "uber").
Cambermeister Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 9:21 PM
1% of the Senate changed it’s position about an issue that’s not before the Senate. Does this warrant every national and local news channel to cover it like an earthquake or wildfire?

After eight years of same-sex marriage, over 99% of Canadian homosexuals still haven’t tied the knot. Nobody can present their reason to change their position…even the President had to differ to his kids.
So we can all agree. There’s no reason to favor the new Presidential position and the homosexuals don’t really want to marry. So what’s this really all about?
Cambermeister Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 9:20 PM
The horror of learning your son has it becomes compounded by childish whining at the dinner table about civil unions with all the rights of marriage but lacking the straight label.
As a Father, Rob Portman hopes a new stance will allow his family to dine in peace.
Most Dads will do anything to help their boy feel better about themselves. Too bad Rob Portman doesn’t realize his son will just move on to something else to cry about. It’s part of the disorder.
Cambermeister Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 9:17 PM
The story is similar to many posters here on Townhall. Rob Portman was away helping ‘W’ when his youngest male offspring was going through puberty. This combination can (and in this case did) lead to the boy getting confused and acquiring homosexuality.
We all know our definition of marriage has nothing to do with our attitude concerning homosexuality but these situations present a precarious dilemma if the son lacks gay pride.
For the Ohio Senator, his son believes the straight term of ‘marriage’ will help him feel better about his homosexuality.
restoreliberty Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 1:07 AM
The "uber-tolerant" will never get it until it's their turn in the shower.

East Carolina University (ECU) has launched a new campaign that attempts to pressure employees to affirm homosexuality despite their religious and moral objections to the lifestyle. Couched in the language of safety and inclusion, the program promises to brand as intolerant those who refuse to accept the university's official position on matters of private sexual morality. This is especially problematic, given that ECU is a public university.

The campaign was launched with a profoundly unwise email, sent by university employee Summer Wisdom under the subject line "Gay? Fine by me." She begins:

"This spring the LGBT Resource Office (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual...