posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 07:54 PM
reply to post by Jean Paul Zodeaux
There's a segment of society (a bit smaller than they themselves believe it to be) who have no mind and obediently follow whatever the media tells
them too. Then they believe their manipulators' insistence it makes them somehow smarter and/or more moral.
This "movement's" leadership is increasingly bullying, intolerant, and thrives on the ignorant buffoons who love to believe they are "on the right
side of history" (a phrase that means nothing since whoever wins is on "the right side of history").
It is also amusing how easily taken in folks are by manufactured issues intended to distract from real issues (this for both sides of the argument)
I personally could not care less what adults do in the privacy of their own home, and I like and respect many homosexuals. At least the ones who see
themselves as individuals rather than a member of some agenda. The "LGBT" agenda however has grown quite tiresome and they will be seeing some
strong pushback by mainstream Americans who have their own problems at the moment.
And that will increasingly apply to any "group politics" movement in the coming years.
Not supportive enough to stand in line for 2 hours for a piece of fried chicken on a bisquit, but I'll stop by when it is convenient for me. Not that
Mr. Cathy needs my agnostic support since his business is suddenly booming while the mobthink "boycotters" are not likely to have been Chic-Fil-A
customers to begin with. Methinks he is quite thankful for the self righteousness of screaming idiots. He is crying all the way to the bank.
We need more Americans to stand up for their beliefs. The political correctness agenda has jumped the shark and its adherents are becoming
increasingly hostile, bullying, and intolerant. Hopefully Mr. Kathy's stance will inspire more independent minded individuals to fight back against