Mr_taog

  1. Umm I will continue to associate sexual discrimination with racial discrimination, gender, religious, disability and actually any other type of discrimination because it's DISCRIMINATION you moron. I can't believe you were born a heterosexual but you were, people are born differently across the world. Let me use another analogy for you since you "HATE" my racial association.

    Suppose the head of Taco Bell came out and said, "I pray God's mercy on our generation that has such a prideful, arrogant attitude to think that we have the audacity to try to redefine what marriage is about -- women should be the property of their husbands and anything otherwise is against traditional marriage,"
    I don't think society would see food courts packed with folks rabidly demanding 10-packs of tacos.
    August 11, 2012 5:17 pm on Chick-Fil-A support, protests were a parade of hate
  2. you're a moron
    August 11, 2012 12:50 pm on Chick-Fil-A support, protests were a parade of hate

  3. The list of individuals affected by anti-gay attitudes and homophobia is growing but in short there's a culture that violence against gays is acceptable. There's Jamey Rodmeyer, Jamie Hubley, and an epidemic of kids thinking they'd rather be dead than have to deal with being gay.

    Might I suggest the recent one about the woman in Nebraska who had a slur carved into her skin and her house set on fire? Or maybe you'd prefer to read the story of one of the LGBT teens who have killed themselves because they couldn't take the non-stop abuse inflicted upon them or just didn't see how they could function in a world that is so agonizingly anti-LGBT. Because that is exactly what Chick-fil-A is using its freedom of speech and its customers' dollars to support.
    August 10, 2012 1:50 pm on Chick-Fil-A support, protests were a parade of hate
  4. We live in a country where the First Amendment protects not only your right to read the Bible any way you choose but your right to be on the wrong side of history. It does not, however, protect your right to write your theology into our Constitution and take away the equally protected rights of all Americans from some Americans because you've gotten the Bible confused with a textbook on human sexuality.
    This is a chance for everyone who holds fast to the fundamental American value of liberty and justice for all to remember that the First Amendment is both a protection of and a protection from religion, and to say so loud and clear.
    August 10, 2012 10:05 am on Intolerance toward Christian views on homosexuality unfair
  5. We live in a country where the First Amendment protects not only your right to read the Bible any way you choose but your right to be on the wrong side of history. It does not, however, protect your right to write your theology into our Constitution and take away the equally protected rights of all Americans from some Americans because you've gotten the Bible confused with a textbook on human sexuality. This is a chance for everyone who holds fast to the fundamental American value of liberty and justice for all to remember that the First Amendment is both a protection of and a protection from religion, and to say so loud and clear.
    August 10, 2012 10:02 am on Chick-Fil-A support, protests were a parade of hate
  6. Reallops,
    How am I herterophobic? I'm heterosexual. If I said I was against discrimination and racism would you resort to calling me "anti-white'?

    f you oppose gay marriage because you don't believe the government should recognize any marriages whatsoever, that is a difference of opinion over a political matter. If you oppose gay marriage because you think gay people are sinners or not deserving of the same rights as other people, that is bigotry.

    Religious beliefs do not excuse you from the label of bigotry. Religious beliefs are generally the inciting factor in bigotry.
    August 10, 2012 9:55 am on Chick-Fil-A support, protests were a parade of hate
  7. If you oppose gay marriage because you don't believe the government should recognize any marriages whatsoever, that is a difference of opinion over a political matter. If you oppose gay marriage because you think gay people are sinners or not deserving of the same rights as other people, that is bigotry.

    If you oppose a new school being built in the poor part of town because you are concerned that the children would be at risk in that location, that is a difference of opinion over a political matter. If you oppose a new school being built in the poor part of town because you think it is a waste of resources to educate the poor kids who will likely just end up in prison, that is bigotry.

    Religious beliefs do not excuse you from the label of bigotry. Religious beliefs are generally the inciting factor in bigotry.

    August 08, 2012 12:52 pm on Chick-Fil-A execs should be able to voice their opinion
  8. If you oppose a new school being built in the poor part of town because you are concerned that the children would be at risk in that location, that is a difference of opinion over a political matter. If you oppose a new school being built in the poor part of town because you think it is a waste of resources to educate the poor kids who will likely just end up in prison, that is bigotry.

    I'm not "anti-hetero" you moron, that makes no sense at all. I am against discrimination and inequality. I stand up against racism also are you gonna call me anti-white next?
    August 08, 2012 12:47 pm on Crowds jam Hobart Chick-fil-A on politically charged Appreciation Day
  9. We live in a country where the First Amendment protects not only your right to read the Bible any way you choose but your right to be on the wrong side of history. It does not, however, protect your right to write your theology into our Constitution and take away the equally protected rights of all Americans from some Americans because you've gotten the Bible confused with a textbook on human sexu
    ality. This is a chance for everyone who holds fast to the fundamental American value of liberty and justice for all to remember that the First Amendment is both a protection of and a protection from religion, and to say so loud and clear.

    I’m having a hard time believing that there would be lines around the block at Burger King if its CEO gave an interview where he or she said, "I think we are inviting God's judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at Him and say, 'We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage… black and white people shouldn’t be allowed to get married,” and had also donated millions of dollars to white supremacist organizations.

    However, the spectacle this past week of "Christians" and other, more generic garden-variety anti-gay bigots lining up around the block to "support" Mr. Cathy's enterprise and to cram their faces with fast food on the inaccurate grounds of "supporting Biblical marriage," or "supporting free speech," was a parade of stereotypical, cheerful deep-fried American hate, unified in bigotry and detestation of a group of their fellow Americans who were different from them.
    August 06, 2012 1:08 pm on Crowds jam Hobart Chick-fil-A on politically charged Appreciation Day
  10. WinShape Gave Over $1.9 Million To Anti-Gay Groups. In 2010, WinShape donated $1,974,380 to a number of anti-gay groups:

    Marriage & Family Foundation: $1,188,380
    Fellowship Of Christian Athletes: $480,000
    National Christian Foundation: $247,500
    New Mexico Christian Foundation: $54,000
    Exodus International: $1,000
    Family Research Council: $1,000
    The Family Research Council has been labeled a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for its propagation of known falsehoods about the LGBT community. For example, president Tony Perkins has a long history of false and inflammatory attacks, such as claiming that pedophilia is a "homosexual problem." WinShape donated $1,000 to the Family Research Council in 2010.
    WinShape donated $1,188,380 to the Marriage & Family Foundation (MFF) in 2010
    Georgia Family Council: $2,500
    August 05, 2012 11:49 pm on Chick-fil-A is a good Christian-based company
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