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The FRC Shooting and Inflammatory Gay Rhetoric

Reed - the fReedomist Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 12:56 PM
blah blah blah. We will never agree - so fighting with you crusaders is a waste of time and frankly, very boring. You all are free to worship whatever/whomever you see fit to do so. But the idea that you're at all objective about pursuing your religion is a colossal joke. It must be too complicated to understand the difference between religious freedom and religious activism.
Jay Wye Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 5:03 PM
homosexuality is an unhealthy,destructive behavior(medically PROVEN),a mental illness(readily apparent),and NOT good for society,any society(recognized over millennia).
it is not to be accommodated,enabled,or encouraged.

but that does NOT say "outlaw" it.
that is just how the mentally ill homos and their enablers read it.
John5840 Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 2:15 PM
Well actually, we did mention the Christian pastor Scott Lively who is working with the Ugandan government to make homosexuality illegal.
Kevlar Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 1:54 PM
Woe Reed...I guess we touched a nerve. Who said they wanted to outlaw homosexuality? Every try decaf?
Reed - the fReedomist Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 1:41 PM
It's their right to make that choice for themselves despite the consequences. The USA is not supposed to be a nanny state and that INCLUDES barring homosexuals from being gay and doing homosexual things with each other. It is in spite of the risk of life that some people make the choices they make and it is NOT your right to decide what is best for them. And that's just all there is to it. Good day.
DCM in FL Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 1:00 PM
Blah blah blah yourself. I understand the difference between what we're supposed to believe about homosexuality and what's actually true about it. The latter I learned almost entirely (directly or indirectly) from homosexuals themselves, and yet homosexuals keep denying it. It's not just a matter of "religion." It's that people are made to work sexually a certain way, and it causes damage when they work another way.

Within hours of the shooting of the security guard at the Family Research Council last Wednesday, more than 20 gay organizations issued a joint statement that they “utterly reject and condemn such violence.” This is highly commendable. Unfortunately, they did not utterly reject, condemn, or even acknowledge their potential role in helping to create the toxic environment that may have contributed to the shooting. Consider how shrill gay activist rhetoric has become.

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