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I don't care if the polls show 99.999% in favor of gay marriage,
I make up my own mind.
GAY IS NOT OK...
I am getting really tired of hearing about all this gay crap and the homosexual's agenda to force their disgusting lifestyle down our throats.
I'm sick of not being able to voice my opinion without being called a "bigot" by the same people who claim to be so tolerant of others' views. Yeah, they're tolerant as long as you agree with their views, but, if you don't, well you're just a backwards a** regressive neanderthal. They refuse to acknowledge that some people will simply never accept homosexuality as normal and don't believe that it is necessary to do so in order to live in a "progressive" society.
If living in a progressive society means being forced to accept things that run contrary to my beliefs under threat of boycott, alienation or even arrest, then no thanks.......I'd prefer to NOT live in a progressive society. But this is the lie of the left.......that living in a progressive society necessitates that we all accept homosexuality. I guess society hasn't progressed until just the last couple of decades since homos have been coming out of the closet and forcing society to accept their lifestyle. Hogwash....
Hey all you homos.......quit pushing your filth on us normal people. Live your life and let us live ours. You do NOT have the right to marry. Marriage has ALWAYS been between a man and a woman, so quit perverting it to suit your agenda.
Do you know that SB48 drafted and passed by a San Francisco LGBT lawmaker forces teachers in California to teach kids as young as Kindergarteners about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and transgender every year until they are 12th grade? According to this new law, teachers can only "reflect positively" about the LGBT lifestyle.
It is best to let parents teach their own kids (at an appropiate age), it is very bad that this lawmaker (Mark Leno) is forcing his agenda on our kids.
We have to join the www stopsb48 com effort to stop this bill, their signature campaign called "CLASS ACT" has a deadline of July 11th. We need to help them collect 500000 signatures to repeal this nonsense SB48 law.
The terms homosexual and marriage are mutually exclusive. America is being sold a bill of goods that will end badly. Every civilization that fell, fell morally first. When morality falls, families fall, society falls, ultimately the nation falls. What would the world be like if everyone turned gay?.....uninhabited.
Funny, I'm surprised MSNBC isn't mentioned.
I've noticed that they have a definite "gay rights" slant to all their stories.
They only post articles that make gay rights groups look either good or when they are victims.
Have you ever seen an article from MSNBC showing gay rights groups when they harass and try to intimidate those who don't agree with them? That has happened quite a bit too.
What about trying some real news and being unbiased or is propaganda more your style?
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