Gary Bauer: Gays Cause Murder

Gary Bauer: Gays Cause Murder

There are 216 comments on the Towleroad story from Jul 14, 2012, titled Gary Bauer: Gays Cause Murder. In it, Towleroad reports that:

Omnipresent anti-gay noisemaker Gary Bauer explained this week on his podcast exactly why there's so much violent crime in Chicago's poorer African American communities.

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“laugh until your belly hurts”

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#243 Jul 18, 2012
just me wrote:
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it's because I have three kids, I don't get a turn on the computer! Lol!
i have two kids... our 11 year old has her own computer, and our 7 year old gets to use mom's once in a while, but not while mom is here.

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#244 Jul 18, 2012
FaFoxy wrote:
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It depends exactly what you want to do. I have 4 pc's including a notebook, and I have an Android smartphone. For a site like this, I use a desktop pc to post. But if I just want to read news sites, and not post anything, my notebook is fine for that and sometimes more convenient. And my Android smartphone is good for texting, because it's faster than email, even tho it does have email capability & web capability, which I use occasionally on it.
Different devices are obviously more suited to particular tasks. In fact, I years ago, I ran dual monitors all the time on this desktop pc, although I don't do that anymore. And I still prefer, and run, XP over any other MS OS. I also have Linux on one of my desktop pc's which is particularly well-suited for certain things because it seems to be completely impervious to malware unlike windows pc's.
texting is another thing that i don't do... it's easier just to call a person and talk to them than to try to type on a tiny phone. i can barely punch out the numbers on it, and i can't use my wife's android at all. all the gadgetry is too confusing, and i can never find anything on it.
all of our computers (including the two extras we have in case of an emergency) run xp pro on a windows format. they all work fine and we've never had a problem with malware, or any viruses that our virus scanners can't detect immediately and clean up before they enter into the system

FaFoxy

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Since: Oct 10

Coolidge, AZ

#248 Jul 18, 2012
dances with weebles wrote:
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texting is another thing that i don't do... it's easier just to call a person and talk to them than to try to type on a tiny phone. i can barely punch out the numbers on it, and i can't use my wife's android at all. all the gadgetry is too confusing, and i can never find anything on it.
all of our computers (including the two extras we have in case of an emergency) run xp pro on a windows format. they all work fine and we've never had a problem with malware, or any viruses that our virus scanners can't detect immediately and clean up before they enter into the system
I have a Samsung Intercept smartphone that runs android, and although I never had a smartphone til last year (this is the only one I have ever owned or used), i find it extremely easy and intuitive to use. It's actually more functional than I ever realized, and I do use and appreciate those functions I never knew it had (like where's the nearest walmart to People's Bushes, Texas when I'm travelling on the interstate).

I don't text a lot, but when I do, it's almost always to my sister, because i DON'T want to talk to her by voice. doing so will frequently result in an argument, so texting is the way i like to converse with her.

I have an anti-virus program running on here and it does seem to work well and prevent malware infection. i DID have a serious malware problem about 2 years ago on another desktop pc, which required a pc fix-it man to reinstall XP.(Be careful when going to www.greatbigfatblackhairylesbians.com !)

“Trolls are Clueless”

Since: Dec 07

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#251 Jul 18, 2012
FaFoxy wrote:
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I don't really care about Romney. I'm not a Republican and I'm not voting for him.
I'm a Libertarian and have been for more than 25 years.
But I would vote for The Devil himself to get The Obamaniac out of office.
The Obamaniac is Evil. PURE EVIL.
I thought you just said you weren't voting for Mitt Romney.
Rambeaux

Philadelphia, PA

#252 Jul 18, 2012
I have no problem with gays. Just as long as its not a relative of mine.
Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#254 Jul 18, 2012
Rambeaux wrote:
I have no problem with gays. Just as long as its not a relative of mine.
Good you don't believe in incest.

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#259 Jul 19, 2012
FaFoxy wrote:
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One thing that surprised me is how much the weather can vary just a short distance away. I live in Oro Valley, which is about 6 miles north or the Tucson city limits. And while the local news here often says that Tucson is in triple digits. it's consitently 5 - 8 degrees cooler here.
Also, as this is "monsoon season" in southern Arizona, there was heavy rain yesterday, and widepread flooding and power outages in Tucson (some areas will be out for 6 days they said today on the local news), 6 miles north here, there was a little rain, and nothing else. No flooding, no power outages, not much of anyting at all.
The weather here just 6 miles north of Tucson seems substantially differnt than the weather in the city.
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Flooding? Sounds like it hasn't occurred to anybody to dig basins to catch it all for later use. That place could get pretty green in spots.

Ever see the little story "The Man Who Planted Trees" ?

http://www.moviesfoundonline.com/man_who_plan...

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#262 Jul 19, 2012
Rambeaux wrote:
I have no problem with gays. Just as long as its not a relative of mine.
One hopes that your gay relatives don't have a problem with you.

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#263 Jul 19, 2012
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One hopes that your gay relatives don't have a problem with you.
i suppose that he wouldn't believe that one out of every ten men in his family are gay, even if we told him, right?

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#264 Jul 20, 2012
dances with weebles wrote:
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i suppose that he wouldn't believe that one out of every ten men in his family are gay, even if we told him, right?
I suspect that they cull in his section of the country.

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#266 Jul 20, 2012
snyper wrote:
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I suspect that they cull in his section of the country.
well, it's possible, i imagine, but how would they do it? i can only think of two ways... they could ask at the door and if you say,'gay' they'd keep you out... or more than likely, let you right in.

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#267 Jul 20, 2012
how exactly does my boyfriend and I cuddling and watching a scary movie lead to murder?

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#269 Jul 21, 2012
dances with weebles wrote:
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well, it's possible, i imagine, but how would they do it? i can only think of two ways... they could ask at the door and if you say,'gay' they'd keep you out... or more than likely, let you right in.
In many regions of this Country in times past, inconvenient persons would be said to have "left town" or "moved away", or said to have "gone to live with some relative in the big city up north/back east/out west and never heard from again. IT was often whispered that they "left with a fine alligator suitcase".

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#270 Jul 21, 2012
fr horris:

>Scream all you want but all of humanity knows that Jerry Sandusky is a quintessential queer.<

No, he is NOT. You continually bleat this stuff, knowing full well that sandusky is NOT gay. Grow UP.

“laugh until your belly hurts”

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#271 Jul 21, 2012
snyper wrote:
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In many regions of this Country in times past, inconvenient persons would be said to have "left town" or "moved away", or said to have "gone to live with some relative in the big city up north/back east/out west and never heard from again. IT was often whispered that they "left with a fine alligator suitcase".
i'm sure that there's room on this train for a few bigots, right?

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#273 Jul 22, 2012
dances with weebles wrote:
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i'm sure that there's room on this train for a few bigots, right?
Depends upon how incovenient they were.

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