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Originally posted by ColoradoJens
Originally posted by boymonkey74
reply to post by Christian Voice
Care to list these problems the Gay people have caused?
I'll jump in and answer that. They kiss in public (seen maybe one out every 3,560 days) They are seen on tv being flamboyant. They have parades every so often one ususally reads about. They act like they belong and even throw fits like the rest of us. They can be sassy. They can have lisps.
Originally posted by Christian Voice
reply to post by boymonkey74
I hate noone. I've said it before but you folks just can't comprehend that you can Love someone and despise what they do. Now outside from my Christian views, it is unnatural and has led to many problems in our society. I have stated before that if it was kept private that I would keep quiet but that is not the case.
You dont recall those things? REALLY? Ever heard of Matthew Shepard?
Originally posted by jimmiec
Gays make up less than 4% of the U.S. population. I really don't mind if they are gay. I do mind that they get a louder voice in policy and the media than 97% of our population who are not gay. I don't recall them being wronged. I don't recall them being jailed,put to death, discriminated against for jobs, etc.
WHERES THE BEEF?????
Matthew Wayne Shepard (December 1, 1976 – October 12, 1998) was an American student at the University of Wyoming who was tortured and murdered near Laramie, Wyoming in October 1998. He was attacked on the night of October 6–7, and died a few days later at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, on October 12 from severe head injuries. During the trial it was widely reported that Shepard was targeted because he was gay
Andrew Geske, 26, was walking home from the Capitol Hill gay bar Pony early Monday morning when, according to a police report and Geske’s own recounting of events for The Stranger, he was attacked by a young man driving a black BMW and then dragged down Broadway as the car sped away and a passenger held onto Geske’s arms.
The family of Marco McMillian, an openly gay candidate for mayor in Clarksdale, Mississippi, is now publicly challenging authorities for refusing to investigate his murder as a hate crime. McMillian's body was found in the woods last week and 22-year-old Lawrence Reed, who was in an accident while driving McMillian's car, has been arrested. Now the family has revealed that McMillian was beaten, dragged, and set on fire before his naked body was dumped near a river
More murders motivated by anti-gay bias occurred last year than any year since the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs began collecting data in 1998, the national advocacy organization reported this week.
Originally posted by Christian Voice
reply to post by PrivateSi
It will really suck for you when you stand before God in judgement and Jesus says to God "I don't know him"
It doesn't have to be that way.
Interestingly enough, I just read the following in today's Toronto Star:
Originally posted by captaintyinknots
If you dont see the gay community being wronged, you are not paying attention.
Canada is the fourth friendliest country in the world for gay travelers, according to a study by a company called Spartacus. They say the top nation on the planet for gay visitors is Sweden, followed by a second-place tie between Belgium and the Netherlands. Canada was right behind, while the U.S. was ranked a distant 38th despite such gay friendly cities as San Francisco and New York