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Tags: geniuses, homosexuality, idiocy, lawsuit
Categories : Blog theft, Quick hits
I have no idea who Rick Scarborough or Peter LaBarbera are, but they are clearly GENIUSES!
Scarborough: Peter, the whole issue of a class action lawsuit, you and I have talked about this a little bit. I just wonder if you’ve explored that, talked to anyone about it. Obviously, statistically now even the Centers for Disease Control verifies that homosexuality much more likely leads to AIDS than smoking leads to cancer. And yet the entire nation has rejected smoking, billions of dollars are put into a trust fund to help cancer victims and the tobacco industry was held accountable for that. Any thoughts on that kind of an approach?
LaBarbera: Yeah I think that’s great. I would love to see it. We always wanted to see one of the kid in high school who was counseled by the official school counselor to just be gay, then he comes down with HIV. But we never really got the client for that.
I look forward to the lawsuits against freckles and left-handedness.
h/t Shadee Ashtari, HuffPo
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Tags: courts, heterosexuality, homosexuality, Louis Gohmert, nature, Politics, procreation, Prop 8, same sex marriage, sex
Categories : Politics
With all apologies to morons, Representative Louis Gohmert is a moron:
“The court, as I understand it today, struck down a law that said marriage is between a man and a woman. It’s interesting that there are some courts in America where the judges have become so wise in their own eyes that they know better than nature or nature’s God,” Gohmert said on the House floor.
“Nature seemed to like the idea of an egg and a sperm coming together because of pro-creation,” he continued. Drawing a parallel to Iowa Supreme Court justices who ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in 2009, he said, “Apparently they thought the sperm had far better use some other way biologically, combining it with something else.”
If nature really wanted sperm and eggs to come together, why keep ‘em so far apart in the first place?
In any case, given that as few as twenty percent of all fertilized eggs result in a live birth, nature may want sperm and egg to play together, but not stay together.
h/t Jennifer Bendery, Huffington Post
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Tags: DADT, homosexuality, justice, LGBT, soldiers
Categories : Politics
Don’t ask, don’t tell has been consigned to the dustbin of history.
Yes, there are those who like to rummage the bin for their political ideas, but, today, let’s applaud that gay, lesbian, and bisexual soldiers are able to claim their full selves while in uniform.
Yes, today, let’s celebrate that justice
will did out.
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Tags: DADT, homosexuality, military service, Tony Perkins
Categories : Politics, Rant
No, not the actor, the head of the Family Research Council, re:
“Today is a tragic day for our armed forces. The American military exists for only one purpose – to fight and win wars. Yet it has now been hijacked and turned into a tool for imposing on the country a radical social agenda. This may advance the cause of reshaping social attitudes regarding human sexuality, but it will only do harm to the military’s ability to fulfill its mission.”
Go fuck yourself!
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Tags: Catholicism, ethics, homosexuality, religion, respect
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ETN asked the Bishop [Janusz Kaleta of Holy See, the Apostolic Administrator of Atyrau] if the Vatican’s stand was clearly against [gay] tourism, and the Bishop answered: “The church teachings are from the Bible. If we change this teaching, we will not be the Catholic Church. Don’t expect the Catholic church to change these issues, because it is our identity.” When asked if the Vatican is open to dialogue about welcoming such homosexual groups of tourists in the future, Bishop Kaleta responded that “such demonstrations are just not ethical.”
Publisher Steinmetz clarified that what was meant by gay travel was traveling for the purpose of a visit, not as a demonstration. To this the Bishop replied, ”I consider if someone is homosexual, it is a provocation and an abuse of this place. Try to go to a mosque if you are not Muslim. It is abuse of our buildings and our religion because the church interprets our religion that it is not ethical. We expect respect of our church as we expect to respect that a person does not have to belong to the Catholic Church. If you have different ideas, go to a different location.”
(h/t Pandagon [w/its emphases], cribbing from eTurboNews)