Commentary: Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade reminiscent of a Fourth of July parade

Jun 23, 2013 Full story: The Lantern 605

A Pride Parade walker looks to throw bracelets at crowds that lined the street. Pride Parade, part of Stonewall Columbus Pride Festival 2013, took place June 22 on High Street.

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#299 Jul 5, 2013
Listen4truth wrote:
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"Scat play" was one of the 11 sex acts listed. On no serious straight dating site will you see "playing with $hi*" on a list of preferred romantic activities.
Bell & Weinburg comprehensive study of gays found that 91% engage in anal sex.
Which of these do you mean?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_Preferenc...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homosexualities:...

Still going to try to work from the Exodus reading list even after all that's happened?

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#300 Jul 5, 2013
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Behold the tolerance of the all-tolerant:
http://www.komonews.com/news/crime/Video-show...
Video shows men attacking religious protesters at Pridefest
by Michael Harthorne
A protester holding a sign reading "Repent or Else" was attacked by a group of people following a loud argument during Pridefest Sunday, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Bicycle officers heard a loud debate between two groups of people near Fourth Avenue North and Broad Street but continued on their way.
According to video shot by a witness, after officers leave the crowd continues to yell at and shove two religious protesters, one of whom is holding a sign that reads "Repent or Else" and "Jesus Saves from Sin."
At one point, the video shows a 36-year-old Marysville man taking off his shirt and threatening the sign-holding protester. The man eventually starts leaving, saying, "Cops are coming; let's roll."
After a group of women try unsuccessfully to steal the protester's sign, a group of men grab onto it and pull him to the ground while the crowd applauds. That's when the video shows the 36-year-old run back toward the fight and punch the sign-holder in the back of the head multiple times.
Officers returned to the scene after the fight was broken up and arrested the 36-year-old, who was booked into King County Jail. A 22-year-old, also from Marysville, who the video shows grabbing the protester's sign and kicking him while on the ground was arrested and later released. Both men are facing possible misdemeanor assault charges.
UPDATE: Jason Queree, the man suspected of punching the protester multiple times, has been arrested 29 times since 1995. He has been convicted or otherwise found against for nine felonies, including forgery, stolen property, unlawful firearm possession and theft, and 12 misdemeanors, including driving with a suspended license, vehicle prowl, domestic violence, assault, DUI and criminal trespass.
Watch video of the incident here. Please note the video contains profanity. The physical altercation starts around 2:20 in the video.
The guy doing the swinging was HETERO, and going by the haircut ... a SHARP !

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#301 Jul 5, 2013
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I saw that video of Seattle pride parade too.
Actions of a "few"? Try the youtube video "attacked by tolerance", where numerous gay passerbys get violent and unruly with a Christian holding a sign.
Or where they knocked down the old lady with a cross and then stomped all over the cross.
Or when they set fire with gasoline the house of the Mclhaney family in California, young kids and all, because the Preacher father was proactive in the Prop 8 case there.
Or when they threw a large brick through the window of a building hosting a conference of pro-family activists - the brick containg a piece of paper containing threats of vandalism (they took credit and admitted to it) in Illinois in 2011.
Gay "rights" people follow no standards of civility. They are brutal and militantly intolerant.
We've got our undisciplined and hotheads, too.

Just look at all the posters on here who let you hijack the thread topic.

Considering all that has been done to us, it's a blessing that there isn't far, far more.

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#302 Jul 5, 2013
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When you try to illustrate the mentality of an entire group with the actions of a few, you open yourself up to the same type of illustration. Some number of Protestant ministers and Catholic priests have molested minors. Is it valid to assume all Protestants and Catholics do? Of course not! Neither is your comparison.
The parties in Loving were one man and one woman.
Same-sex partners do not, and cannot ever, meet the definition of marriage.

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#303 Jul 5, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
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When you try to illustrate the mentality of an entire group with the actions of a few, you open yourself up to the same type of illustration. Some number of Protestant ministers and Catholic priests have molested minors. Is it valid to assume all Protestants and Catholics do? Of course not! Neither is your comparison.
You are well aware that this illustration is not singular.
And the utter hypocrisy of those who scream tolerance night and day is plain to all.

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#304 Jul 5, 2013
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The guy doing the swinging was HETERO, and going by the haircut ... a SHARP !
So you possess the opposite of gaydar? Interesting.

Whether the violent idiot was homo or hetero is irrelevant -- he and the other attackers were intolerant pro-homosexual activists.

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#305 Jul 5, 2013
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The parties in Loving were one man and one woman.
Same-sex partners do not, and cannot ever, meet the definition of marriage.


http://www.youtube.com/watch...

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Duke for Mayor

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#306 Jul 5, 2013
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The parties in Loving were one man and one woman.
Same-sex partners do not, and cannot ever, meet the definition of marriage.
That all depends upon who's writing the definition, TippyThumper.

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#307 Jul 5, 2013
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So you possess the opposite of gaydar? Interesting.
Whether the violent idiot was homo or hetero is irrelevant -- he and the other attackers were intolerant pro-homosexual activists.
"pro-homosexual activists" ???

Where did you get THAT bit of data?

Of COURSE it's "relevant" ... to your argument. Not much else.

You must have a very singular and personal definition of "activist". lol

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#308 Jul 5, 2013
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You are well aware that this illustration is not singular.
And the utter hypocrisy of those who scream tolerance night and day is plain to all.
You are using the "Fallacy of Composition" (assuming that something true of part of a whole must also be true of the whole)

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

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#309 Jul 5, 2013
Listen4truth wrote:
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I saw that video of Seattle pride parade too.
Actions of a "few"? Try the youtube video "attacked by tolerance", where numerous gay passerbys get violent and unruly with a Christian holding a sign.
Or where they knocked down the old lady with a cross and then stomped all over the cross.
Or when they set fire with gasoline the house of the Mclhaney family in California, young kids and all, because the Preacher father was proactive in the Prop 8 case there.
Or when they threw a large brick through the window of a building hosting a conference of pro-family activists - the brick containg a piece of paper containing threats of vandalism (they took credit and admitted to it) in Illinois in 2011.
Gay "rights" people follow no standards of civility. They are brutal and militantly intolerant.
This guy's moniker might mention truth, but he's been caught lying in another thread.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

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#310 Jul 5, 2013
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The parties in Loving were one man and one woman.
Same-sex partners do not, and cannot ever, meet the definition of marriage.
They do in 13 states. More to come.

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#311 Jul 5, 2013
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You are well aware that this illustration is not singular.
And the utter hypocrisy of those who scream tolerance night and day is plain to all.
Gays are not trying to control your actions, you are trying to control theirs.

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#312 Jul 5, 2013
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Gays are not trying to control your actions, you are trying to control theirs.
Reality controls the actions of all:
Marriage is between one man and one woman.

Same-sex partnerships are not, and will never be, the equivalent of marriage.

Further, homosexuals have no right to redefine the term in an attempt to alter reality so as to make themselves feel better about their aberrant behaviors.

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#313 Jul 5, 2013
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You are using the "Fallacy of Composition" (assuming that something true of part of a whole must also be true of the whole)
Let me plain: the "whole" is psychologically disordered, as are the practitioners of the remaining 547 paraphilias, as defined by the APA. That the APA, under political pressure, removed only one sexually aberrant behavior -- namely same-sex behavior -- from their list does not mean that society agrees, or must agree, that it is normal.

It is not.
And violent behaviors of the psychologically disordered come as no surprise.

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#314 Jul 5, 2013
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Reality controls the actions of all:
Marriage is between one man and one woman.
Same-sex partnerships are not, and will never be, the equivalent of marriage.
In thirteen states they are.
Further, homosexuals have no right to redefine the term in an attempt to alter reality so as to make themselves feel better about their aberrant behaviors.
They didn't re-define it, those 13 states did.
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#315 Jul 5, 2013
TonyD2 wrote:
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Gays are not trying to control your actions, you are trying to control theirs.
Are these not controls....

fedgov hate speech prosecutions?
fedgov AIDS hysteria and extravagant spending?
fedgov protect pornography as free speech?
fedgov protection and taxpayer support for elective abortion?
fedgov protect sodomy?
fedgov forcing private groups and businesses to accept gays and their behaviors?
public schools teaching queer behavior as normal?

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#316 Jul 5, 2013
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In thirteen states they are.
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They didn't re-define it, those 13 states did.
Only three [3] of those thirteen [13] states achieved that goal via popular vote.
Worse, California's popular vote against the matter was tossed aside...by judicial fiat.

If California wants to declare by statute that the sky is green, it may.
But...that doesn't make it so.

Same-sex partners declaring themselves to be married is the equivalent of Chastity Bono declaring herself male.

Declare away.
Nature proves otherwise.

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#317 Jul 5, 2013
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Are these not controls....
Yes, when it demonstrably harms or violates the rights of another. Just as you are controlled from trespassing on my property.

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#318 Jul 5, 2013
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Only three [3] of those thirteen [13] states achieved that goal via popular vote.

All 13 achieved it through due process, which includes legislation and/or challenge and review by the courts. Due process.

[QUOTE]Worse, California's popular vote against the matter was tossed aside...by judicial fiat.
TWICE! When the majority is wrong, their mandate should be tossed aside! Just like if the legislature is wrong, their law should be tossed aside. That's one of the reasons we HAVE courts. Otherwise a sufficient number of me and my friends could decide to vote away your property rights. You wouldn't much like that, would you?
If California wants to declare by statute that the sky is green, it may.
But...that doesn't make it so.
Someone would likely challenge that statute, and it would be overturned because it doesn't meet the "valid government purpose" test (for one).
Same-sex partners declaring themselves to be married
The STATE declared them married, according to the rules of due process. Soon all states will.

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