Saturday, May 2, 2009

We're here, we're queer, and we're just as intolerant as you are!

I love how the lefty militant gay-rights advocates define free speech: you can say anything you want as long as we approve of what your saying. Keith Olberfuhrer and some completely unknown gay columnist spend about a couple of minutes trying to destroy a young woman, Miss California Carrie Prejean, for giving her opinion on the subject of gay marriage, which she was asked to give by the way. She didn't just come marching out on the stage and start going into a speech about why she opposes gay marriage. Perez Hilton (who's all the excuse you need to be a homophobe) asked her her opinion on the subject, and she gave it. If you know your not going to like the answers then don't ask the questions, especially when you already know what that answer is going to be.


BREITBART: We're here, we're queer and we're hypocrites (Washington Times)
TO THE DATA THEMSELVES! This week’s striking test results deserve to be seen for themselves (Daily Howler)

It's funny how the hate-filled militant gay-rights advocates want to go after a completely helpless woman over her stance on gay marriage, but there completely silent over President Obama's opinion on gay marriage which is no different then Miss California's.

WHERE'S THE OUTRAGE?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yea,there is nothing quite so vicious as fag gynophobia

Robbins Mitchell
Houston,TX

Paula Brooks said...

In the end Ms Prejaean will be the best thing that ever happened to Marriage Equality... so talk on girl and watch as more states allow gays to marry...

But we are NOT really quite on Obama

http://lezgetreal.com/?p=11628

Jordan said...

Paula, just because she has a different view that she articulated nicely means that people are going to despise her and change their views?

I'm all for gay marriage passed by the states (hopefully, through the democratic process, but whatever, as long as federalism is intact). But these intolerant idiots who can nary name the guy who planned 9/11, let alone come up with valid social policy, need to STFU and let the people decide.

PS. The hate crimes bill is a confused piece of special interest legal crap. How does one justify the feds charging a guy/girl after said defendant is acquitted by a state jury?

http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=NzNhNzI2NDRhZWM0NDE3ZWE2ZTIwNzg2YWY5MTk1ODc=

Paula Brooks said...

Ok, here's the thing; just because you "answer honestly" doesn't automatically end any criticism of what you have said. For example, if Miss Prejean had been asked, "Barack Obama has been elected President of the United States. Do you really think that the country can trust an African-American in the nation's highest office?" And let's say Miss Prejean answered, "my personal view is that black people are inferior and do not deserve the same rights as white people. I'm sorry if anyone is offended, but that's just what I believe."

Paula Brooks said...

and Jordan as a gay person... I am far more sorrier then you that a law to protect me from being attacked because I am a gay person even has to be discussed or is needed ...

when you can get people to stop thinking it is ok to beat me up because I am gay... I can stop seeing the need for such a law