Gays Tear Apart Mayor Rawlings

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Dylan

United States

#1 Jun 12, 2013
Mayor Mike Rawlings finds himself in the crosshairs of the gay agenda.

Rawlings, who has remained frustratingly non-commital on the gay "rights" issue, finally showed his true colors on this issue by not putting the Gay Marriage and another LGBT bill on the City Council Agenda.

What on earth could've gotten into Mayor Mike? How about the truth. The Truth. The truth about how gay activism -gay "rights"- is really just a veilled totalitarian takover machine, running roughshod over people's constitutional freedoms. Maybe Mayor Mike got wind of the true nature of gay activism -it's true goals- which are a world apart from their stated rationale of mere "inclusiveness" "tolerance", fighting "discrimination" and "hate". No...no.

These activists push these downhome sentiments and allegiance to universal values embraced by gays and non-gays alike, but it's all the same - it's all just about forcing homosexuality upon the populace, and sneaking in legislative provisions which criminalizes peoples rights to dissagree with it. People like the following people, http://gayharms.blogspot.com/2012/10/sacrific... who vocalized dissagreement with the aims of the gay agenda, and who were viciously maligned and castigated by the vicious gay lobby, people like Tennessee Rep Stacey Campfield, who was thrown out of a restaurant after the owner remembered him making statments against homosexuality a few weeks prior. Or Gov. Susannah Martinez, who was thrown out of her salon after the owner remembered her making prior comments to the press against gay marriage. These people were denied "tolerance". But they are also class-A examples of the malicious aftermath and true nature of the gay "rights" process.

These forces of hypocrisy and intolerance are now unleashing their wrath upon the Dallas Mayor. For, according to the conventional wisdom adhered to by gay activists, he is forbiddent to dissagree with their aims. These people are feverishly-driven conquerers, who demand to tear down American morality and re-cast it in their freewheeling, morally-optional image. These people are first-rate storytellers of fiction: ficticious narratives painting the gay community as domestically stable, humble homebodies who want the same things out of life as everyone else. Don't be so easily fooled.
Allen

New Paltz, NY

#2 Jun 20, 2013
Dylan, you have no understanding of the spirit of Christianity or of the American ideal of a nation based on democracy and freedom as described in our Constitution.

If you had ever gotten to know any gay people you would realize how ridiculous you sound. Your caricature of gays is like the villains out of a comic book.

Gays in truth are just like everybody else - they are just trying to live a good life, find some happiness, live up to their standards of values, make a contribution to the world around them, find rewarding work, create a loving circle of family and friends.

Gays have no animosity toward straight people, like many straight people, especially in the South, have toward gays. They just want straight people to leave them alone, stop hating them, stop denying them jobs or housing, stop passing laws that harm their lives.

America is not a theocracy. It is unconstitutional to make laws based only on religious belief. It is unconstitutional to impose your religion on others who don't want it.

The total gay agenda is just to get others to stop attacking and oppressing gays. When straight people stop attacking gays, then there will be no more gay agenda.

You're probably not old enough to remember, but I remember - all the same reasons given today in opposition to gays were given 50 years ago in opposition to blacks. My own parents opposed school integration because they believed God intended for the races to remain separated. Most people now recognize that is contrary to the spirit of Christianity. In another generation, people will look back at today's hostility toward gays, and it will be a mystery to them how anyone could be so bigoted and ignorant.
enough already

Rockwall, TX

#3 Jun 21, 2013
Here we go. Isn't there much more important things to discuss and figure solutions out for as a nation other than this gay rights subject? I'm sick of this dominating the national political agenda. It's disruptive and a distraction from our congressmen being able to focus on the real problems.
Sick

Rockwall, TX

#4 Jun 21, 2013
Don't compare the disgusting relationship between two men or two women to the struggles that blacks went through in this country . It's flat out disgusting and wrong to be gay and you idiots are jacked up
Allen

New Paltz, NY

#5 Jun 21, 2013
enough already wrote:
Here we go. Isn't there much more important things to discuss and figure solutions out for as a nation other than this gay rights subject? I'm sick of this dominating the national political agenda. It's disruptive and a distraction from our congressmen being able to focus on the real problems.
Why are you here, if you've got so many other important things to discuss? Either discuss this topic here, or go somewhere else.
Allen

New Paltz, NY

#6 Jun 21, 2013
Sick wrote:
Don't compare the disgusting relationship between two men or two women to the struggles that blacks went through in this country . It's flat out disgusting and wrong to be gay and you idiots are jacked up
Gays struggling for their rights today is exactly the same thing as blacks struggling for their rights in 1960. Gay marriage and nondiscrimination in housing and jobs are the civil rights challenge of this generation.

I think sushi is disgusting, but I don't go around bashing people who eat it or passing laws and constitutional amendments against it. I don't even post messages about it.

Why don't you do that with gays? If you think they're disgusting, just ignore them. Quit spending your time talking about them. You'll make people wonder if you're like all those Republican politicians who rant against gays, and then get caught doing exactly what they claim to hate so much.
Ed Tiawo from Nigeria

Arlington, TX

#7 Jun 26, 2013
Hi, I'm a homosexual and my lover is Steve Mason

Since: Jun 13

United States

#8 Jun 29, 2013
I knew it! Gays are cannibalistic savages!
Yinka Wumi

United States

#9 Jun 29, 2013
Sick wrote:
Don't compare the disgusting relationship between two men or two women to the struggles that blacks went through in this country . It's flat out disgusting and wrong to be gay and you idiots are jacked up
I remember when people said being black is disgusting and wrong. Wasn't too long ago especially here in the South.

Since: Jun 13

United States

#10 Jun 29, 2013
Yinka Wumi wrote:
<quoted text>I remember when people said being black is disgusting and wrong. Wasn't too long ago especially here in the South.
I don't know what your talking about, being black is STILL disgusting and wrong.

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