Free Speech Is Good, Unless You Are Against Gay Marriage

A protest rally was held Friday at the University of Washington in protest of a recent column which was ran in The Daily, the UW student newspaper. 

 

The opening moments of the video demonstrates the hypocrisy of the pro gay marriage crowd, free speech is good for them and their concerns, but not for those who oppose their agenda of gay marriage.

The hypocrisy is further demonstrated towards the end of an article found on the Seattle Times web site when Dave Iseminger, vice president of the Graduate and Professional Student Senate, is quoted as saying lacking an apology, his group

may work to change the composition of the paper’s editorial board

Just as the woman in the video say’s, they are “protecting free speech”. Clearly that is not true.

Since the passage of prop 8 in California we seen homosexual groups attempt to destroy businesses, individuals and religious groups who supported the proposition. The message from Mr. Iseminger and the pro gay marriage group as a whole seems to be clear; “oppose us and we will destroy you”.

The whole incident is further proof that when you send your children to University you risk them returning home to you dumber than when they left.

You can read the Seattle Times article I’ve referred to here.

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Prop8 The Musical, A Star Studded Lesson In Tolerance

Weeks  after the passage of Proposition 8 in California, the debate continues to rage.

From the burning of religious materials on the steps of a Mormon church, to invasion of Sunday morning church by groups of homosexuals with megaphones, throwing condoms, spitting and swearing, to threats of violence and ruin against business and individuals that financially supported Prop 8.

A group of Hollywood’s finest B, C and Z list actors have come together in a musical comedy to teach tolerance to the hateful people (such as myself) who oppose gay marriage.

The lesson is one in which Conservatives are exposed to their paranoia and hate, their bigotry.

It is a lesson in both theology and American government.

The little musical also demonstrates that Conservatives would support gay marriage if only we saw monetary gain for ourselves in it.

The mockery is amazing, the arrogance and  ignorance stupendous.

A haughty collection of fools, thinking themselves able to make manifest the hate of the conservative American.

Smarter than God are they, smarter than the California voter.

If I did not have crappy Hollywood actors to tell me how to live and think, my life would surely be a wreck.

You can view the video here, WP is giving me fits embedding it.

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Fight The H8?

I know I am very late to address this topic.

The events surrounding California’s Prop 8 were so extreme and outrageous that I did not want to deal with it here in anger.

I really was not sure I was going  address it at  until I came across this today.

As found on Byzigenous Buddhapalian

Until we are all free –

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free to marry or not

Fight the hate?

Given the out and out crimes and the acrimony of the of members of the recent protests (protests not kept only to California) it seems the pro-homosexual marriage crowd has chosen to embrace the hate.

California’s proposition 8 was not a declaration as to homosexuality being immoral or that homosexuality should not be tolerated.

Proposition 8 was a defense of the long standing definition of marriage being between a man and a woman.

The violence and the over the top circus like protests demonstrate the narcissistic tendencies of at least a large percentage of the homosexual “community” in America.

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