Monday, November 24, 2008

Gay Activists Fear Protesting Mosques and Black Churches

Cowardly Gay activists are threatening, "protesting", terrorizing and boycotting every soft target imaginable following the passage of California's proposition 8 banning gay marriage: Mormon churches, little old ladies, restaurant owners in safe neighborhoods... etc. They do this because they know if they went to Mosques and Black Churches, they would get the living S*#! kick out of them so they stick to safe targets. Of course, the most vocal hostility towards Gay marriage specifically and Gays in general comes from Muslim and African American communities but the cowards would never in a million years confront those communities.

Link: Andrew Breitbart on Prop 8 Blacklist

I really don't have a Strong opinion about Gay marriage one way or the other. It's one of those issues that are way, way down on my radar screen. Yet leftist political coercion is high on my radar screen, and this stinks anti-Democratic political coercion in the extreme. A quick reminder to some of these radical gay activists. Both Barack Obama and Joe Biden both publicly oppose Gay marriage. How about demonstrating against them?
h/t: Gateway Pundit


  1. I'm nominally sympathetic to the idea of a legally equivalent institution to marriage for non-married people that enter into a "permanent" relationship and desire those responsibilities ... however marriage has religious connotations that should be respected in a Judeo-Christian society and homosexuality is a sin that shouldn't be given legitimacy by our culture, violence and the threat of violence to change that is the very definition of terrorism.



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  3. The activists argue that they have a lot in common with the African American community: the Civil Rights movement. Of course, many in the black community resent this encroachment. The leftist illuminati are not interested in exposing the real sources behind Prop 8: the media is content to paint Mormons as racist.


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