Gay Marriage - Guilty on Attack of FRC
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#1 Feb 6, 2013
Floyd Lee Corkins II, who planned an attack to kill as many people as possible at the Family Research Council in August last year, because of that group's opposition to gay marriage, has pleaded to guilty to "interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition, assault with intent to kill while armed and act of terrorism while armed, a charge based on the shooting being intended to intimidate anyone who is associated with or supports the Family Research Council and other organizations that oppose gay marriage," CBS News reports. In addition, he:
acknowledged in a plea agreement that he intended to kill as many people as possible during the shooting at the Family Research Council in August 2012. He also planned to target other organizations that oppose gay marriage if he wasn't stopped.
Corkins intended to smear the sandwiches in the faces of his victims to make a statement about gay rights opponents, he acknowledged during a hearing Wednesday. Chick-fil-A was making headlines at the time because of its president's stated opposition to gay marriage.
According to the plea agreement, Corkins told FBI agents who interviewed him after the shooting that he wanted to use the sandwiches to "make a statement against the people who work in that building ... and with their stance against gay rights and Chick-fil-A."
It deserves noting that Corkins targeted the FRC on the basis of the infamous Southern Poverty Law Center identifying it as a "hate group." SPLC raises millions of dollars annually, paying huge salaries to its top executives by posing as an anti-hate group, while, as this case illustrates, stoking hatred itself. For more about this despicable group, see our archives on them.
Gay marriage activists often pose as battling "hate" - as if maintaining the definition of marriage can only be animated by hatred. In the case of Corkins, who faces a sentence potentially as long as 70 years, that pose is actually a projection onto others of dark internal feelings.
#2 Feb 6, 2013
And of course the Homos (I refuse to call them gay, they aren't, I have a son who was
14 and seduced by an older homo, he is now in his 40's and lives with a lifetime of regrets, after alcholism, drugs and suicide attempt (s ?). of course the HOMOS are going after the Boy Scouts, to them having vulnerable under age kids under their sick control is hog heaven.
One of my other sons, who is a year younger than my adopted son, joined the Sea Scouts
in H S. He got suspicious and decided after talking to us about comments made to him by the Scout Master and some of the other kids to quit. About three years later, that Scout Master was arrested, tried, convicted and sent to prison for 20 years because he was seducing and using teen age boys. He even had some of his victims harass our son while in class/cafeteria to get him to return to the troop. Yeah they are such nice, happy guys,....
The predator that assaulted our adopted son was himself a victim of another older homo. He used the our sons problems to seduce him, our son is bi racial, and has a diagnosed personality disorder and had a lot of anger because he was adopted out by his white birth mother..he was an easy mark. We had no clue because we thought a lot of his problems were related to the adoption, not til he had a 'spat' with his boyfriend after he'd left home at 18 and came back and confessed to us about his life.
So my advice to any parents with sons who are of age to join the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts to BEWARE, and keep the pressure up against the Board, especially the two who are pushing the change..one was a member of Obama's regime. Obama is one himself so it's not wonder he is against Defense of Marriage and supports the change in BSA's policy.
#3 Feb 6, 2013
I'm sure this is just a misunderstanding. How can a gay man hate? After all, we are told blacks can't be racist, only whitey! So using that same logic, gays can't hate, only heterosexuals can hate. It' in our DNA.
#5 Feb 7, 2013
Homosexual Health - Reasons for Homosexual Health
There are at least four reasons. First, monogamy is not the main issue—homosexual behavior is. Homosexual acts are inherently unhealthy, not just multiple-partner homosexual acts. This is especially true of male homosexuality. Does anyone really believe that it is natural and healthy to insert the penis into the rectum—the organ whose sole purpose is to expel poisons from the body? The rectum is a one-way street. It’s a sewer. It was designed that way. Labeling its abuse as an act of “love” will not change that fact.
The standard homosexual response to this is, “It’s natural for me because I desire to do it.” I don’t mean “natural” in the sense of desire, but “natural” in the sense of design. Human beings have all kinds of “natural” desires to do things that are physically destructive (e.g. smoking, getting drunk, violence, etc.), and those things often feel good. But we don’t excuse those behaviors because they come “naturally.” The human body was not designed for anal intercourse. Such an act violates the natural design, and having a desire to engage in it does not change the fact that it is unnatural and physically destructive.
Second, coupled homosexuals tend to practice more anal intercourse and more anal-oral sex than those without a steady partner. They also forego safer-sex practices because they are “in love.”28 In other words, coupled homosexuals tend to engage in more risky sexual contact than their single counterparts. So while married men improve their health and life span by being faithful to their wives, there is no comparable benefit in homosexual couples.
Third, if AIDS will not break promiscuity in homosexuals, it is unlikely government-backed marriage will. As AIDS is falling among heterosexuals, it is rising among homosexual men.29
Finally, even if monogamy could reduce health problems, monogamy is the exception rather than the rule among homosexuals. The average number of sexual partners in a lifetime for a heterosexual is four, but for a homosexual it is fifty. The vast Sex in America survey published by the University of Chicago found monogamy among heterosexuals to be 83 percent but less than 2 percent for homosexuals.30 Another survey had more moderate results, but still found infidelity in about 62 percent of gay couples. That led researchers in the Journal of Family Psychology to write, “The practice of sexual non-monogamy among some gay couples is one variable that differentiates gay and heterosexual couples.”31
Why is monogamy much more common between men and women? Could it be because men and women are designed for one another and are therefore complementary? Think about it. One of the least-mentioned aspects of this debate is how men and women complement one another. Each sex balances and moderates the other by providing what’s lacking in the other.
However, in same-sex relationships, the pairing of identicals propels them to extremes not balance. Lesbians tend to push one another to emotional extremes as evidenced by the intense demands they often put on one another, but male homosexuals experience the most damaging effects of imbalance. Instead of the sex drive of the man being balanced by the emotional needs of the woman, male homosexuals reinforce and amplify the sex drive of one another. That’s why their behavior often becomes compulsive to the point of explosive promiscuity—anywhere from 21-43 percent of homosexual men have several hundred sexual partners!32
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