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The FRC Shooting and Inflammatory Gay Rhetoric

Reed - the fReedomist Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 1:35 PM
Can't refute the merits of my argument so you bash what i wrote as cliche whining and make my argument for me... I was referring to the hypocritical nature of this argument against gays and their behaviors and their desire to have equal rights as far as the law goes... I came onto this article to see what was being said and confirm exactly what i set out to and I did. That most people commenting here ARE hypocrites and wave around the banner of freedom when it suits them and pick up the mantle of tyranny when it does not. The fact of the matter is - nobody is shooting this issue through the very prisms they claim to strictly adhere to otherwise. It's lame and intellectually stunted.

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.

In June, after Southern Baptists reaffirmed marriage as the union of one man and one woman (for conservative Christians who base their faith on the Bible, a no brainer),...