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Hypocrisy of Homosexuals

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner | Posted on 20-11-2008


Everyone in the political arena has a little hypocrisy, I admit that. For example, I believe prayer before football games at a high school is a state issue, not a federal one. By the same token, I believe freedom of speech is universal–even though the First Amendment truly only applies to Congress. That being said, I hasten to add that most “special interest” groups tend to have a lot more hypocrisy than their non-special interest counterparts.

One of the worst groups for their hypocrisy is the homosexual caucus. On the one hand, homosexuals demand they be treated like everyone else. While on the other hand, they demand special treatment.

I began thinking about this article a couple of days ago with all the fuss about Prop 8. Today, Michelle Malkin has a piece that coincides and offers a good launching point for my thoughts.

It appears eHarmony, the Christian dating site, has been forced by homosexuals to provide gay relationships. Michelle hits the nail on the head when she says:

[eHarmony's] great “sin” was not providing a specialized service that litigious gay people demanded they provide. This case is akin to a meat-eater suing a vegetarian restaurant for not offering him a ribeye or a female patient suing a vasectomy doctor for not providing her hysterectomy services.

That eHarmony would bow to the will of this group is sad to say the least. Sure, homosexuals should be able to find dates online, but one has to wonder why at eHarmony? There are plenty of gay dating sites out there, so it isn’t as if they have nowhere to go. Instead, this group that wants to be treated like everyone else, also wants to ram its agendas down everyone’s throats–especially the religious throats out there.

Anyone who has been watching the news has likely seen the homosexual moron marching down the street. He looks in the camera and starts screaming something to the extent of “Hear that Christians? Hear that Mormons? If you don’t like our neighborhoods, why don’t you just stay out?”

This makes me sit back and ponder. If homosexuals don’t like the Christianity of eHarmony, why not just “stay out?” This moron who berates Mormons for not accepting his lifestyle is simultaneously demanding Mormons and everyone else accept it. So, while it is wrong for heterosexuals to try to impose their views on homosexuals, it is not wrong for homosexuals to force their views on everyone else? I think I understand now.

The homosexual agenda doesn’t end with religion bashing. Beneath a rainbow banner they rally to the war cry of “Matthew Shepard.” To this clarion call, the homosexual movement labors to create federal “hate crime” legislation for people who attack homosexuals. Make no mistake–I am against all such legislation, whether it is aimed to protect homosexuals, Indians, or Christians. Creating such laws demonstrates that the government is to hold certain groups in higher esteem than others. Consider back in the days of Jim Crow. A black man accused of raping a white woman was sure to receive a harsher penalty than a white man who may have raped her. Why? Because somehow white people were seen as higher than black people. A white man raping a white woman committed a single crime, but a black man committed a double crime. Besides the actual rape, he had broken the “laws” of society by crossing the black and white line, placing himself on the same footing as her. The history is abominable and to our shame, without a doubt. Rather than simply end that type of institutional racism, the government has swung the pendulum to the opposite end of its arc. And the homosexuals want their part of it.

The group that wants to be treated like everyone else, also demands that homosexuals are elevated to a level higher than non-homosexuals. They want not equal, but special, treatment in the eyes of the law. If we are to be honest, every state already has laws against assaulting someone. Every state has laws against murder. So, whether the victim is white, black, gay, or straight should not matter in the eyes of Justice. The only things that should matter are: 1. Did the person do it? 2. Was it premeditated? 3. Prison time or death sentence?

In the aftermath of Prop 8, we have one more glaring example of homosexual hypocrisy. According to the Canada Free Press, many homosexuals are advocating violence against heterosexuals and churches.

Lynchburg, VA – In a stunning reaction to the passage of state constitutional marriage protection amendments in California, Arizona and Florida, several self identified homosexuals on a number of homosexual blogs are advocating violence against Christians and other supporters of traditional marriage.  Additionally, some homosexuals are calling for church burnings in response to yesterday’s three state referenda in defense of natural marriage.

In a blog entry titled “You’ll Want to Punch them” on, poster “BillyBob Thornton” wrote, “… I have never considered being a violent radical extremist for our Equal Rights, But now I think maybe I should consider becoming one.” “Stenar” asked, “Can someone in CA please go burn down the Mormon temples there, PLEASE. I mean seriously. DO IT.” “Angelo Ventura,” said, “… hope they all rot in hell, those servants of a lying, corrupt devil!

BAN RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM!” And, “Jonathan,” warned, “I’m going to give them something to be f – ing scared of. … I’m a radical who is now on a mission to make them all pay for what they’ve done.”

Imagine the stir if Prop 8 went the way these wingnuts wanted it and Christians and heterosexuals suddenly started calling for the burning of gay bars and making threats against people who opposed Prop 8. The leftwing newsmedia would run a hundred different stories a day about the intolerance of a certain sect of people. The FBI would likely get involved. And the queers would depict themselves on crucifixes as the victims of unwarranted hate for daring to speak their minds. Perhaps we should treat these people like everyone else and begin arresting them for hate speech and attempting to incite violence against others.

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