“We will bury you!”


#1

Homosexual advocate demeans, threatens California pro-family group

Full article…


#2

No, we will bury you, b/c we’re the ones having kids.


#3

“Safety” is the new buzzword of the homosexual activists who are looking to indoctrinate the children in our public schools. They want homosexual children (my Lord, is that even a possibility? How young are we talking about?) to feel “safe”. Watch out for this word. It is the driving force now behind all this legislation being proposed.


#4

what’s next? a bestiality rights group trying to teach our kids their propaganda in schools? what about NAMBLA? i always wondered where “tolerance” stops and common sense steps in.


#5

Is there some particular group of kids that should be beat at school? If so, which ones?

If there are no such kids, then why object to advocating against beating kids?


#6

I am guessing he is not promoting the beating of children or bullying or anything like that. It is just as the poster above suggested that “safety” will be a trojan horse if you will, a false pretense by which to justify legislation. What I fear is that eventually a priest or preacher at the pulpit who speaks about morality will be accused of incitement in some bogus manner and will be muzzled by the law (if not prosecuted for speech).

This “hate crime” legislation is really silly, even if it goes no further than it currently has. If I, a white heterosexual male get beaten half to death and the perpetrator turns around and beats a homosexual standing next to me half to death, have I had less of a crime committed against me? It’s just a silly pretense for a serious subject, in my opinion…


#7

If that threat was made the other way around, the authorities would of raided the organization and arrested people. Just show how the “Positive Laws” are applied one sided. :mad:


#8

I agree hate crime legislation is silly. But, do you realize Catholics have been covered by federal hate crime legislation since 1968? If you are beaten half to death, and the perp turns around and beats the athiest standing next to you, has the athiest had less of a crime committed against him?

We should note that in all cases the prosecustion must demonstrate the motivation for the assault was the victim’s membership in a covered group.


#9

Translation:

homosexuality = religion.

Very insightful.

God Bless,
RyanL


#10

Are you suggesting there is a lot of homosexuality in religion? Why? That would be insightful, but personally, I would have to eschew that notion. But, in any case, it’s good to have you back. How’s school?

So, we have Catholics protected by hate crime legislation since 1968. Is that appropriate? Should there be groups that are special and crimes against them are more serious than crimes against others? Why should an assault against a Catholic be considered more serious than an attack against an athiest?

See what happens? The really special people get appropriate protection, but then the lumpen want the same thing. People just don’t know their place anymore.

But it’s good Catholics are raising our awareness of this situation. I presume they will campaign to have themselves removed from special protected status?

Ain’t this a great country?


#11

Thanks. :thumbsup:

How’s school?

Good. Finals time…you know how that goes. Gotta’ find time to post when I can.

What do you do again?

So, we have Catholics protected by hate crime legislation since 1968. Is that appropriate? Should there be groups that are special and crimes against them are more serious than crimes against others? Why should an assault against a Catholic be considered more serious than an attack against an athiest?

See what happens? The really special people get appropriate protection, but then the lumpen want the same thing. People just don’t know their place anymore.

But it’s good Catholics are raising our awareness of this situation. I presume they will campaign to have themselves removed from special protected status?

You’re just so…I don’t know…wise. Yup. That’s definitely the word. :slight_smile:

Ain’t this a great country?

Wanna’ swap credentials on what we’ve done to support it?

BTW…you keep using this close – you wouldn’t happen to be a Tommy Franks fan, would you?

God Bless,
RyanL


#12

Wisdom is a gift, and I try to share with others. So, study hard for those finals and get a good nights sleep. You never can tell when you’ll have to support yourself.

I am a Tommy Franks fan. Hunter S. Thompson, too. How about you?

Can we count on you to oppose the existing federal hate crime legislation that makes it a more serious crime to assault a Catholic than an athiest? It’s never too early to put those credentials to work. Too many students today eschew working for justice.

And how about religion and homosexuality? Did you really intend to equate them? That’s harsh. Very harsh. Someone’s feelings could be hurt.

Ain’t this a great country!!!


#13

So courageously magnanimous of you.

So, study hard for those finals and get a good nights sleep.

Good advice. Thanks. I probably wouldn’t have known to do that without you. :slight_smile:

You never can tell when you’ll have to support yourself.

Got a family of four. Been the sole source of support for my family for a while. I guess you never can tell. :rolleyes:

I am a Tommy Franks fan. Hunter S. Thompson, too. How about you?

Franks is good. Don’t know enough about Thompson to say anything worthwhile.

And how about religion and homosexuality? Did you really intend to equate them? That’s harsh. Very harsh. Someone’s feelings could be hurt.

Translation:

I just said homosexuality = religion. Uh oh. How can I blame-shift?!?

Ain’t this a great country!!!

So I take that as a no, you don’t want to swap credentials?

You know, if you’re going to continue to talk about what I do, it’s only polite for you to tell me what you do for a living.

God Bless,
RyanL


#14

I agree with you. However, you seem to deride those describing it as such. Confusing.

Dan


#15

Yep and they have a religion that they want seen, not just as an accepted one within society, no, they want society to see them as superior to traditional heterosexual marriages. And society is ever increasing in its acceptance of this type of lifestyle; apathetic mostly. We Christians need to hold our ground against these groups, resist their ways and pray against their immoral acts. To many Christians are like the people in Laodicea who weren’t hot nor cold but lukewarm and look what God said He would do with them…

Rev 3:14-16
"I know your works; I know that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either cold or hot. So, because you are lukewarm, neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth."


#16

Didn’t realize that. I am surprised Rosie O’Donnell isn’t behind bars! That would be so ironic the universe would end on the spot.

But seriously, I agree. A crime is a crime, no matter who it is against. An atheist shouldn’t be treated any less than myself for a like crime.


#17

Which law are you referring to?

You do you know that Thompson blew his brains out? I suggest you might need to look for some new heros to look up to.

“Thompson was sitting at his typewriter with the word “counselor” written in the center of the page.”


#18

I agree I have wisdom, magnanimity, courage, and humility. I’m glad sharing my wisdom with you has nudged you to the correct path. Where had you been headed?

Family of four? Wonderful. Any kids?

Well, you equated religion with homosexuality. I realize a good chunk of the clergy are gay, but does that imply religion is homosxuality? I think that is unfair and you should curb further slanderous accusations. Shame.

Swap credentials? Wonderful. Go for it.

I talk about what you do because I had the insight and wisdom to discern what you do. It was obvious. Wisdom has its uses.

Best wishes to you and the family.

Ain’t this a great country?


#19

No. I deride those who say it is a danger to preachers reading the bible in front of their congregation.

I also deride those who fail to recognize that serious bodily harm is the base crime without which the hatred provisions have no application.


#20

18 USC Section 245 as amended.

I realize Thompson killed himself and I admire a man with convictions. For anyone who wants an introduction to Thompson, I recommend Fear and Loathing In LasVegas.


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