Thursday, May 10, 2007

Ah, The Entertainment

Read this. It's a hoot.

My personal favorite is where he says, "I don't want people to click into my comments section and discover a foul-mouthed chat room there".......and then proceeds to come up with all sorts of amusing names for me that I doubt he'd use in the presence of his mother.

To what this is all in response, of course, is my comments over yonder, in which I pointed out that this individual, Jerry Maneker, is more than willing to call gay conservatives and Republicans "ignorant and/or mendacious and/or traitorous" for supposedly supporting a party and politicians that support Federal and state marriage amendments, pander to evangelicals like Pat Robertson, and claim marriage is between a man and a woman......but seem to have nothing to say about gay Democrats like Pam Spaulding, John Aravosis, HRC leader Hilary Rosen, and DNC Treasurer Andrew Tobias publicly supporting, giving money to, endorsing, and exhorting others to vote for politicians and political parties who support state and Federal constitutional amendments, pander to evangelicals like Pat Robertson, and claim that their party and party platform says "marriage is between a man and a woman".

Not surprisingly, both Jerry Maneker and Stuffed Animal are claiming all sorts of things about what I said. However, given their demonstrated inability to read or recognize the obvious, such as Stuffed Animal's claim in this comment thread that Jerry had never called gay Republicans and conservatives "ignorant and/or mendacious and/or traitorous" despite clear evidence to the contrary, one might wish to consider their accuracy carefully -- especially since they have conveniently deleted the comments in question.

Again, though, this isn't surprising. What I've noticed is that the world, and especially the Democrat Party, is filled with people like Jerry Maneker; they love gays -- as long as they do exactly what they're told and don't talk back. Or ones like Stuffed Animal, who claim to practice tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and oppose hate speech -- unless they happen to be the ones using it.

It's a pity, too, because I actually agree with them on several things, especially the misuse of Scripture by the "gay activist" group "Faith in America". But, simply put, they chose to censor and ban my remarks because I questioned their assertions.

I, personally, believe that gays come in all religious, political, social, national, racial, and other colors....and that being gay is no guarantee of being any specific one of any of those. Indeed, in my opinion, the fundamental key to gay acceptance is when people finally realize that gays DO come in all colors, as it were; being gay does not require you to be antireligious, liberal, hateful, sex-crazed, pro-abortion, anti-American, pro-Palestinian, pro-labor, anti-business, anti-immigration laws enforcement, and the veritable galaxy of other unpopular leftist causes and actions for which our sexual orientation has been misappropriated as an excuse.

That's also why the only comments that will ever be redacted or removed on this blog are death threats against others -- and even they may stay if possible, if for no other reason than as a reminder to the depths of depravity to which people will fall. If you cannot love your enemies, you can at least have the respect to grant them the dignity of airing their opinions.

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