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Will Democrats End Marriage As We Know It?

rebcon Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 10:10 PM
Ken, why do you have to be hating on gay people and equality?
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A New Coalition Emerges to Protect Marriage

rebcon Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 11:17 AM
Yes, we have seen the calls of love and peace from Jackson's fellow pastors in the past couple weeks: a call to beat gay children, teaching of straight toddlers anti-gay songs, a call for gays to be put in concentration camps, calls for genocide. No bigotry or hate at all tehre folks. And Jackson's refusal to address these proposals can only mean that he agrees with them, but doesn't want otosay so.
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The ‘Gay Marriage’ Spin

rebcon Wrote: May 25, 2012 7:46 AM
Equality under the law is the principle that ought to be the deciding factor in all true Americans' minds. Simple as that. If you think your religious doctrine shoul dbe imposed by law on others to the detriment of equality, you don't understand what it is to be an American. Her tone here is softened even from last summer, but make no mistake: Hagelin supports recriminalizing sodomy. She relies on information from groups designated as hate groups for providing deliberately false information. She probably supports that pastor in North Carolina who wants to put gay people in concentration camps like Hitler did.
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Why Gay Is Not the New Black

rebcon Wrote: May 22, 2012 2:38 PM
You'd be upset too if people were calling for you to be put in concentraiton camps. Anyone who isn't outraged by Pastor Worley's remarks is unamerican and morally ocmpromised. Reasonable people already call homosexuality what it is - a trait, that is morally neutral. People who haven't come to that understanding yet and try to prevent legal equality are deserving of social censure.
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Why Gay Is Not the New Black

rebcon Wrote: May 22, 2012 2:27 PM
Maybe gays are better characterized as the new Jews, given the call of Baptist Pastor Charles Worley for concentration camps for gay until they die out.
I read the article. The journalist clearly made it sound like thsoe were pacman's words, and that he was calling for gay people to be killed. It was Ampong's fault, not the fault of people who read it and took it at face value.
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President Obama's Gay Marriage Goof

rebcon Wrote: May 17, 2012 2:21 PM
It is never a blunder to do the right thing, like President Obama did. The issue at hand is fundamentally about objections to treating homosexuals as equivalent human beings to heterosexuals.
As if that hoary old bigot could ever evolve!
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Gay Marriage and the Definition of Words

rebcon Wrote: May 13, 2012 3:17 PM
I prefer stupid and man. Plain words for plain ugliness. Here's the truth. Reasonable people unfettered by outdated prejudice have come to accept that being gay is normal, there's nothing wrong with it, and gay couples love each other exactly the same way straight couples do. If you don't get it, it is because you are unreasonable and fettered by outdated prejudice.
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Gay Marriage and the Definition of Words

rebcon Wrote: May 13, 2012 3:08 PM
The equality I am speaking of is equal protection under the law. You seem to be speaking about something entirely different. The Constitution doesn't guarantee that any marriage, gay or straight, will be happy or successful. But it does guarantee and require that those relationships be treated equally under the law.
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