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April 09, 2009



That word, I do not think it means what they think it means.


It seems to me that this (some comments) are a serious case of the pot calling the kettle black. They are calling you a bigot because you are calling them out on their bigotry. I too am anti-intolerance so I guess I am a bigot too. The gay community is the new Black. Whenever political leaders wanted the people to vote for them in the 50's and 60's they told the public that there was a big black man waiting outside their door to rape their wives and girl children. Now it's a faggot or lesbo waiting to turn your children gay. You can't turn a person gay or whatever. When we address the millions of out of work adults and starving and abused children in this country, which are some of the real issues, then and only then will we solve some of this country's issues. Gay and lesbian people are not the issue, poverty and homeless are.

Rob Jones

He isn't an "anti-Christian bigot". More of a anti-bigot bigot. He isn't saying that Christianity is wrong, but what you people do to pervert it is.


Excellent! I would love to post this on my website- can you send me a link?

Linda Harvey

This is pathetic. Who's next on your list--the Boy Scouts? How about the Salvation Army? They are conservative Christians, too.

Please do NOT even try to call yourselves "tolerant." This is bigotry 101.

Dave Smith

I guess you are just an anti-Christian bigot.

For another side of this issue, please read:


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