The Hypocrisy of the Gay Community

Remember the guy named Matthew Shepard who was murdered in Wyoming? For weeks, ney, months, we heard about how this poor guy was brutally murdered by two evil straight guys.

Today, meet Jason Shepherd. Jason was a 23 year old straight guy that a degenerate homosexual drugged with the date-rape drug GHB. When the drug took effect, he tried to rape Jason Shepherd and when Jason fought back, he murdered him.

The silence from the gay community is deafening.

Make no mistake about it, there is a radical homosexual agenda in this country. Here are two additional stories that you won't see reported on any of the major media outlets:
(Crazed homosexuals assault peaceful church-goers in Michigan)
(Homosexual leftists attack a 75 year old woman in CA)

Now, before you begin painting me as a bigot or closeted homosexual-in-denial, let me say this: I have no problem with homosexuality. If you want to be gay, be gay. Really. It's your right to be gay and if that's the lifestyle you choose then go for it. What I do have a problem with is openly gay and quasi-pornographic "gay pride" parades. I have a problem with gays attacking non-gays when they don't get their way, and I have a big problem with the gay community not so much as shedding a tear for this young man who was raped and murdered by one of their own.

The hypocrisy is absurd.

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Submitted by jimsells on Sat, 11/29/2008 - 10:42pm.

I don't know what percent are radical, but they sure know how to make noise. Where are the "happy" ones? How did they get the name "gay"? I found the greatest hypocrisy in the California protests when the vote did not go there way. They selectively went after the Saddleback Church and the Mormon Church. (How did we Catholics miss that one? Have we become lukewarm on saving the family?) Anyway, in a democratic vote, they lost. And they used terms like "discrimination" and "denial of equal rights". A majority believed the term "marriage" describes a union between a man and a woman. The protestors made fools of themselves and did harm to their cause. These folks should act gay, as in happy. They eventually will win. Our society has given up principles and virtues as social norms. Now our feelings have become our God. So eventually we'll change the meaning of the word marriage. We'll ignor God and the laws of nature. Then a threesome will be a marriage and eventually you can marry your goat. One day the public schools will have transgender rest rooms so they have equal rights also. But they will never be happy. It isn't about rights or laws. The misery will continue. I will say I didn't have much sympathy for the old woman. Going into that cesspool with a cross was asking for it.

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Submitted by diva on Sun, 11/30/2008 - 11:09am.

After all, we absolutely caved on Miscegenation! And LOOK what that's gotten us!!

At any rate, Jim, don't be surprised at typical American nature. When Americans are granted a right and then have that right voted away by folks unaffected by the vote, expect those Americans to be less than gay. I personally don't care what Dick Cheney's daughter and the love of her life do behind closed doors. and I don't feel threatened if they choose to spend the rest of their lives together. as a matter of fact, I think that is preferable to gays remaining in the closet and even hiding, at times, behind the collar of Priesthood.

Submitted by jimsells on Sun, 11/30/2008 - 9:00pm.

Miscegenation is not part of the discussion. Thanks for increasing my vocabulary. I still need help with spelling. Who is threatened by gays spending their lives together? To me the discussion is about redefining marriage. I agree there are problems to solve, I just disagree with redefining marriage. It weakens the family and the family is paramount for society. Yes, I was surprised at their behavior. You say it was typical American nature. It looked like spoiled selfish children to me. I haven't seen that behavior since Jesse Jackson was standing on the courthouse steps in Tallahassee calling Bush the "illegitimate president." But we can agree civil unions and domestic partnerships are not solving the legal problems created by same sex unions. They should be improved. I agree they also don't need to be in the closet. And they definitely should not be hiding in the Priesthood. But I would hope they would feel comfortable in the pew with the rest of us hypocrites.

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Submitted by carbonunit52 on Sun, 11/30/2008 - 9:14pm.

The solution that I heard that makes the most sense to me, and one that neither side will like, giving it even more credence, is to issue every couple a civil union license that allows all of the rights and privileges of the current marriage license, and leave the marriage aspect to the churches.

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Submitted by sniffles5 on Sat, 11/29/2008 - 7:37am.

one little, two little, three little gay bashing stories from PTC Avenger. All of them ultimately originate from WorldNutDaily, a website where informed commentary goes to die.

Let's see, PTC Avenger is outraged...outraged, mind you...that the gay community isn't up in arms over the case of a gay man killing a straight man. Well, Petey, that's probably because the gay guy didn't try to introduce a novel legal defense, like the matthew sheppard killers did when they tried the "gay panic attack" defense, which would have codified killing queers because they are icky. In any event, justice was served and the gay murderer got life in prison without parole....what's to protest?

Second story concerned a protest at a homophobic megachurch. Now, we all know that conservative churches and the Godless Mormon cult have been working tirelessly to legalize homophobia. Because they are "true believers", they believe their actions should be without consequence. The "real world" is a bit messy though!! I diagree with the tactics of this fringe protest group (which is truthfully a far-left version of the Klan)....they should have protested outside the church.

Finally, the last story was protestors drowning out a homophobic old biddy on a live camera shot, thereby depriving her of her God-given 15 minutes of fame. Golly, we need to repeal that pesky First Amendment don't we, Petey? Or not.

I noticed you snuck in a veiled "being gay is a choice" very clever of you! I hope your children don't catch "teh gay", because we both know you'd disown them in a heartbeat.

Have a great day, my homophobic bigoted friend!

Submitted by MacTheKnife on Fri, 01/09/2009 - 7:22pm.

Don't you ever wonder why a select group of people are always so angry and outraged that a group of people that don't think like them, look like them, pray like them, or enjoy sex like them, live lives like them?

"How dare the gay, black, liberal, 'fill in the blank', community have people like "me/mine" in them!" Ughhh.

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