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Originally posted by mugger
So what If Bachmann's views are Christian and not supportive of Gay lifestyles? Does it make her wrong?
The silent majority of Christian's most likely agree with Bachmann.
It is good that you stand up for being a gay,but then you slam christians.you people make no sense whatsoever.Homosexuals lived during the bibles days also.Not like religion came along and boom homosexuals wher banished.
Originally posted by dannotz
Good for this gay teen!
I'm gay, and i love it :]
i'm also an avid sports fan, an artist, a philosopher, and a young man.
Being gay doesn't define me, stop stereotyping.
Oh and if you have a problem with it, keep it to yourself.
And if your excuse is that you're Christian or any other faulted religion then you'd know that you aren't suppose to bash on others for being different, if you accept that being gay is a sin, then you also have to accept that treating gays like dirt, or some kind of disease is also a SIN.
Originally posted by Violater
she was just afraid that the gay dude would start engaging in sodomy with random people just to get in her head, she did the right thing, ran away to deescalate the situation
Iowa knows which straw they are pickin
Originally posted by JaxonRoberts
reply to post by SigilOfLux
Let's go a little deeper on this tangent you opened up:
So it seems you need to get your own house in order before you come worrying about mine. Again, this has no bearing on the secular and legal issue of gay marriage, or the cowardice shown by Congresswoman Bachmann in the OP. She is unfit to lead, and the Constitution will prevail. The rights and freedoms of the Individual will supercede the will and bigotry of the majority, as it has in the past. Luckily for us, our Founding Fathers were much wiser that those who seek to inflict their will upon the rest of us...