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Michelle Malkin Destroys Juan Williams, Again

Amy, bingo. That's the center of the argument on the conservative side. I don't think any of us really care what they do behind closed doors, that's between them and God, but we do care when they push it and demand we accept it or else. I don't like being 'pushed'. I don't think any real American likes it either. My own son doesn't brag about his life, he knows we don't approve and has gotten over demanding we accept it. And he doesn't like it when other homosexuals have hissy fits about how the world is treating them and demanding their so called 'rights'.
jkash1776 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 7:24 PM
Uganda is now nearly AIDS free because they promote chastity.
jkash1776 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 7:23 PM
I care when getting it okayed behind closed doors with minors in Texas gives them support to ask to repeal pedophilia as a crime anywhere in the country. You know as well as I do that they don't want to remain closed doors. They only want Judeo Christianity behind close doors while they mock and satirize and mislabel them with no repercussions.
Yes there are wonderful homosexuals (who still suffer from all the side effects this disorder has always had for centuries), but the activists are to immorality what Islamofascists are to violence. Self-righteous thugs out to be the only folks left standing.
George257 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 5:26 PM
I think they used to have the right idea in S Africa, up until the 1990s. Performing an Act of Gross Indecency between two males carried a prison sentence of two years. But the interesting thing was, I never once heard of the law being applied. Not once did I see an article in the paper or on the news of the police arresting anyone. People just didn't talk about it. Of course there must have been homos, but they didn't impose their perversions on anyone else. The mere existence of the law was enough to keep them quiet.

If you missed the last time Michelle Malkin debated Juan Williams, you can get up to speed here about how he called her "just a blogger." Last night on Hannity, Malkin took Williams to the woodshed again over President Obama's laundry list of lies and broken promises.