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Baltimore, MD

What Obama means to me

Take a look at the people who were close to Obama in the Chicago political machine. I think it is hilarious that some of you people expect us to think he's not done anything underhanded and that he's as pure as the wind driven snow. If you reach into a septic tank and find a hamburger, it's still going to have sh+t on it and you won't want to eat it. I have to give him credit, he knows how to both investigate himself and clear himself of any wrong doing.  (Dec 25, 2008 | post #987)

Baltimore, MD

What Obama means to me

Hey, breaking news, the Obama team has completed their investigations of themselves and found that they're completely innocent of any wrong doing in the Illinois Governor scandal. Bush should take a lesson and let his team investigate themselves to conclude that there was nothing wrong with the intelligence leading up to the Iraq War. That should put everything to rest.  (Dec 25, 2008 | post #986)

Sports

Yanks swoop in, sign Teixeira

Sorry guys, I'm just not seeing it this way. New York hasn't made it to the World Series in how many years now, despite the huge payroll? Joe Girardi is the manager and he's a goof who ought to be jumping in and out of barrels at the rodeo to protect the bronco riders. Let them buy Burnett who is frequently injured, let them buy Sabathia who looks like he's just one more beer battered shrimp away from a major stroke and let Texieria go there to find that the Yankees are on the decline, not the incline. As much as I loathe the Red Sox simply because they exist and their fans represent the greatest population of ignorant myopians, the Yankees haven't been able to buy a world series in years and this coming year will be no different.  (Dec 25, 2008 | post #10)

Baltimore, MD

What Obama means to me

Look, I just want my magazine covers back. Obama has no business being on every other cover of Rolling Stone, Men's Health, Muscle and Fitness, Business Week, etc. Sorry, he's just not that cool to warrant several covers a month. I'm getting Obama fatigue.  (Dec 24, 2008 | post #921)

Baltimore, MD

Gay-rights advocates to challenge Proposition 8

I think it is very important that you understand something. You and I could live right next door to one another and despite our disagreements on this particular topic, you could count on me to watch out for you as a neighbor - watch your house while you're away, pick up your mail and any other number of things good neighbors do for their neighbors, your sexuality notwithstanding. I wouldn't tolerate anyone in the neighborhood who attempted to bully you, vandalize your home or otherwise harass you - and yes, if someone decided they were going to assault you for who you are, I would physically intervene on your behalf (and I've done so on a few occasions over the years). I haven't a second thought in the world about that. You could probably talk to me for hours, as a neighbor, and enjoy it despite disagreeing with me very strongly. The vast majority of my closest friends that I graduated from school with are quite liberal and I am very conservative - but, they can count on me when they need someone - which makes it much easier to get by the political disagreements. You and I disagree on something political with significant political and cultural ramifications. That doesn't mean I hate you and want to see you destroyed or injured, it means we disagree on something. Frankly, I'd rather be in a room full of people I disagree with than a room full of people I am in complete agreement with - one's life is richer and fuller by engaging diverse viewpoints and perspectives, in addition, you can strengthen or adjust your own principles when you hang around with people who challenge your belief system. By nature, I am dismissive of people when they start tossing the "bigot" word about based simply on a disagreement over principle. I am also dismissive of those who would consider themselves "open minded" particularly when their minds are made up on a particular topic and are, hence, closed minded. I am closed minded on a number of topics, however, I can be persuaded with a very compelling argument. I am further dismissive of people who point to people as intolerant, claim they hate intolerance, yet are completely intolerant themselves. Throughout this discussion, I have not used the spectrum of homosexual insults such as F-gg-t, qu-e-er et al. I have addressed behaviors, attitudes and political agendas in deragatory terms as well as responded to attacks upon myself, in kind, but, I've not spit upon you simply for being a homosexual - that seems to get lost in the soup. I don't think you should lose your job for being gay and stating it, nor do I think someone else should lose their job for finding homosexuality repulsive and saying as much. I don't think an employer should be penalized for hiring a homosexual over a heterosexual or a heterosexual over a homosexual when all else is equal - it is the employer's business and his priviledge. There are people in the world who think differently. Have a Merry Christmas.  (Dec 24, 2008 | post #2232)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

StevenFL, I can't get over your hate and bigotry. You only want the first amendment to apply to your side, you want to make sweeping generalizations about people but can't handle them about your type. You're just pathetic, but that's O.K., you're the one who has to live with it. Now that you guys have been laying your souls bare and dispensing your anger, hate and prejudice, I am more convinced than ever that you guys are just as sick and loopy as pedophiles, necrophiles and people who have sex with animals. Really, after reading your sewage, you don't deserve to marry.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #954)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

Blacks don't buy off on homosexuality as readily as other groups of people. Keep in mind, they are being blamed by the homosexual community for swinging the vote in a way that got your collective panties in a knot.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #951)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

You're toxic and assume way too much. People like you need to be kept at an arm's length before they bring everyone else down with them. I can make sweeping indictments of whole groups of people - everyone does it all the time with Nazis, Communists, Fascists and Militant Homosexual activists. That is unless you have kind things to say about nazis, communists, fascists and militant homosexual activists. Hell, you'd probably attack someone for making a sweeping generalization about al-quaeda. Grow up.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #950)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

I believe the Civil Rights act of 1964 would have passed had the general electorate been allowed to decide. I know you want the Supreme Court to decide it - it's easier to get what you want that way - to hell with the electorate, right? Does your encyclopedia show the National Guard escorting black children to school in every state or just where George Wallace was governor? I don't remember the Guard escorting black children to school in about 40 + other states and I was alive at the time.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #949)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

Actually the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was voted on and, thanks to a majority of votes by Congress - it passed. Homosexual marriage and black civil rights are not in the same ball park. There's no moral equivalence. We vote on things dealing with behavior all the time. Homosexual marriage ws put to a vote and lost - it isn't a civil right.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #929)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

Actually, if Proposition 8 is allowed to stand, it will be a glowing tribute to the will of the voters. Overturning Proposition 8 squashes the will of the voters. It would be like a court telling Obama that McCain will be president despite the fact that Obama won the election. Come on you guys, can't y'all do better than this?  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #928)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

Like you, Mormons have a first amendment right to express themselves. Mormons can speak up anything they want, just like you. What does California have to do with Utah? How about legal precedent being introduced into their courts from California - it appears the person you attacked might know a great deal more than you do about the repercussions of what happens in California affecting other states. SEE EVERYONE, THIS IS A PERFECT ILLUSTRATION OF THE HOMOSEXUAL FASCIST AT WORK. What, specifically, does that gentleman have to know about California that would make homosexual marriage more acceptable to him? Maybe homosexual marriage is repugnant to some people regardless of whether they live and where the marriages are taking place. Telling someone to shut up because they are a Mormon idiot and know nothing about California is as devoid of meaning and substance as Moe Green telling Michael Corleone that "Nobody comes into my town and insults me, I'm Moe Green". WTF, he's not from California? So what, he's entitled to share his opinion on this thread like everyone else. Damn, you're an infant - and a fascist infant at that. Don't worry, I won't tell you to shut up, I want you to keep running your yap to show everyone what a joke you and your beliefs are.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #927)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

Come on! I always apologize to people who zero in on certain things and insist others speak with absolute, granular precision. There was nothing phony about it. There's several people I work with that make everyone walk on egg shells because nobody knows when they will erupt in outrage over something that tweaked them the wrong way. Rather than knock them out and go to jail, we always accomodate them with an earnest apology and they wander away thinking they showed everybody who's boss, when in fact, they've simply left the room to the joy of everyone else. If you don't know that white, male, heterosexual Christians and their families can be stereotyped in the media and by homosexual activist groups without fear of substantive repercussions, you're asleep at the switch. I did not indicate that you specifically stereotyped white, male heterosexuals and their families, but your response indicated a creepy kind of malignant narcissism reflecting the notion that everything that happens in your vicinity is centered on you. When a pattern of behavior emerges across a large group of people who act in a common manner towards a common objective, one can conclude that certain sweeping indictments and generalizations are more true than false. It is what it is.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #926)

Baltimore Sun

An ugly attack on Mormons

I understand your point. You've made a very reasonable and practical distinction. My point was that both of these groups, despite the disparity in many of their other principles, do not approve of homosexuality on any level and the thought of homosexual marriage is repugnant to them; however, the homosexual militants who like to get in everyone's face with their various acts of civil disobedience seem to be less inclined to get pushy with groups capable of doing them physical harm. In short, militant homosexuals are insecure bullies. I do believe that if a group of homosexuals interrupted a black church service, spewing profanities and taking part in blasphemous sloganeering and desecration, the congregation of a black church would have no problem handling the problem physically (and I would completely support their right to do it). You are correct about the NAACP. I allowed my membership to lapse after discovering that their primary objective was to file law suits rather than work within the community to facilitate higher paying jobs and improve the quality of life. The NAACP does not have the attention span for the cause of homosexual marriage - they have their own axes to grind. Oddly enough, while I did not vote for Barack Obama, his election did more to push the NAACP into irrelevancy than anything " **** " could have dreamed up. A black president means that the poverty pimp industry just took a major hit (which speaks to why Jesse Jackson wanted to castrate Barack). Please keep in mind that most black people are social conservatives, not flaming, anything goes liberals.  (Dec 13, 2008 | post #908)

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