Judges Are the Only Ones Who Overwhelmingly Support Gay Marriage
That’s Tony Perkins’ Contention in response to Pres. Obama’s statement that the Constitution says that gays and lesbians deserve marriage equality in all 50 states:
“The only place where there seems to be an overwhelming consensus on redefining marriage is in the chambers of 25 unelected judges, who have been arrogant enough to substitute their agendas for the will of 13 states. For now, the states are continuing to put up a fight, right down to the local officials forced to carry out the courts’ bidding. In Idaho, site of the first ministers ordered to perform gay ‘weddings’ or be imprisoned, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is giving the state a brief reprieve by putting a hold on the ceremonies for now. While the two sides appeal the Ninth Circuit ruling that struck down Idaho’s law, the Knapps — and other ordained ministers — will hold their breaths, hoping the same country that gave them conscience rights won’t jail the couple for exercising them.”
As we reported yesterday, the whole Idaho story is based on a stack of lies. And Perkins is also conveniently ignoring a new poll that shows public support for marriage equality is as strong as ever. So much for the supposed will of the people.
Men Skipping Hand in Hand To Adoption Centers To Pick Out a Little Boy
Okay this is saying something, but this statement by anti-gay wingnut Eugene Delguadio has got to be one of the most offensive things I’ve ever read:
“Radical homosexuals will terrorize daycare centers, hospitals, churches and private schools. Traditional moral values will be shattered by federal law. Same-sex marriages and adoptions. Wedding gown-clad men smooching before some left-wing clergyman or state official is just the beginning. You’ll see men hand-in-hand skipping down to adoption centers to “pick out” a little boy for themselves.”
Is it just me, or does this whole thing sound like it’s something straight out of the closeted, anti-gay fifties? This man has a horribly twisted view of what being gay really is, and he wants to force that view on the rest of us.
Gay Marriage Is like Having Two Bulls Together – You Get Bullshazzle
US Representative Don Young (R) visited a high school and made horribly insensitive remarks about suicide in the wake of a student who had taken his own life. He then went on to say this about gay marriage:
“”You can’t have marriage with two men,” Young said. “What do you get with two bulls?” The congressman said the relationship would result in “bullshazzle” or, as the newspaper described it, another “word resembling the more familiar obscenity.”
Class act, Congressman. Real class act.
Gays Are Terrorists, Radicals, and Extremists
that Robertson is back in our pages, calling gays all these things, and monstrous too:
“These people are terrorists, they’re radicals and they’re extremists. No Christian in his right mind would ever try to enforce somebody against their belief or else suffer jail. They did that during the Inquisition, it was horrible, it was a black mark on our history, but it isn’t being done now. There’s no Christian group I know of anywhere in the world that would force somebody to do something contrary to their deep-held religious beliefs or else face criminal penalties, but that’s what the homosexuals are trying to do here in America and I think it’s time pastors stand up and fight this monstrous thing. If the gays want to go out and do their gay sex, that’s one thing, but if they want you to force you to accept it and solemnify it by marriage then that’s a different matter and it’s an infringement on people’s religious belief.”
It’s amazing to watch the rhetoric go from “love the sinner hate the sin” to “these people are terrorists.” It’s clear what’s happening here. The anti-gay forces have realized that they’ve lost, and their voices are becoming more and more shrill in defeat. In the end, it won’t really matter. But in the meantime we all just have to suffer through the death throes of their movement.
Anti-Gay States Should Form Their Own Country and Call it Reagan
Douglas McKinnon, author of “The Secessionist States of America: The Blueprint for Creating a Traditional Values Country… Now” wants the anti gay states to get together and form their own new nation:
The leaders that we’re picking are deciding not to stand firmly for traditional values, not to stand for our rights, not to articulate the vision our Founding Fathers created over 24o years ago… the interim name for the country, by the way, is Reagan… the group decided that would be the best interim name until the voters eventually decided to pick the full-time name for the new republic based on traditional values.”
Seriously> I mean, seriously? And of course, it has to be named after their God, Ronald Reagan, a washed up actor with Alzheimers who has been whitewashed into the Saint of the Republican Party. Yeah, good luck with that.
Our Straight Marriage is Property, and the Gays Are Stealing It
That’s the unusual tact being taken by a straight couple who wants to intervene in the Kansas marriage equality case. Joe.My.God reports:
Phillip W. Unruh and Sandra L. Unruh today filed a motion to intervene in the ACLU’s marriage equality case in Kansas. As laid out in multiple points in their brief, the Unruhs declare that legalization of same-sex marriage would constitute the literal theft of their straight Christian marriage, a property which is guaranteed to belong only to them per the Fifth Amendment.
Joe takes down the whole argument better than I ever could: “Apparently, once them gays steal a chunk of their marriage, well – it’s all downhill for the Uhruhs from there. Next thing you know they’ll be cooking meth with hobos under a Kansas overpass. The rest of their brief is similarly cracktastic, complete with quotes from Genesis and the usual “they can’t even make a baby” crapola. Hit the link courtesy of Equality Case Files and dig out your favorite bits.”
Gay Massages Will Make the US Military Vulnerable to Terrorists
Rep. Louis Gohmert’s latest anti-gay rant:
“I’ve had people say, ‘Hey, you know, there’s nothing wrong with gays in the military. Look at the Greeks.’ Well, you know, they did have people come along who they loved that was the same sex and would give them massages before they went into battle. But you know what, it’s a different kind of fighting, it’s a different kind of war and if you’re sitting around getting massages all day ready to go into a big, planned battle, then you’re not going to last very long. It’s guerrilla fighting. You are going to be ultimately vulnerable to terrorism and if that’s what you start doing in the military like the Greeks did. As people have said, ‘Louie, you have got to understand, you don’t even know your history.’ Oh yes I do. I know exactly. It’s not a good idea.”
Of course, the central idea here is that gays are weak, and are going to infect the military with their weak ways, which is going to make the military week, which is going to make us vulnerable to terrorism. Sorry, represented Gohmert, but that’s a pile of homophobic crap.