Thursday, October 11, 2012

Forget about your freedom of conscience if the gay lobby gets its way...

From NBC:

University's diversity chief put on leave after signing anti-gay marriage petition
The chief diversity officer at Gallaudet University was put on administrative leave Wednesday after the school learned she had signed a petition supporting efforts to reverse Maryland’s same-sex marriage law, media reports say.

The irony of course it that the "chief diversity officer" at Gallaudet was fired because her viewpoint on gay marriage was too diverse.

The gay lobby is uncommonly intolerant, even for lefties. As they gain ascendency, kiss your rights of conscience and free exercise of religion goodbye. 


  1. Professional "gays" -- by which I mean it is their public vocation to be "gay" -- never did want toleration: only celebration will do!

  2. "Free exercise of religion" means "freedom of being a bigot and restricting other people's rights"?

    1. No, it means holding opinions that you don't like. No one's rights are being restricted.

      Homosexuals bully people to show that bullying people is wrong. It's the strangest thing.

      By the way, she merely signed a petition to put it on the ballot. That was a fireable offense.

      Also, you're a bigot and you want to restrict my rights. Why do you still have a job? Unlike this woman, you work for ME.


    2. For some who argues in favor of a speech tax, he's awfully preachy about taking away other people's rights.

      Sixty years ago, a few Stalinists in Hollywood couldn't find work because of their repugnant political beliefs. They've been making movies about how "awful" those days were ever since. For all of about twenty minutes in the 1950s, the Far Left was treated the way regular conservatives are every day. This is a black list, make no doubt about it. It's about striking fear into the opposition by communicating that they should think twice about opposing the homosexual agenda or there will be a price to pay. They are not winning the debate. They are intimidating the opposition.


    3. >>Homosexuals bully people to show that bullying people is wrong. It's the strangest thing.<<

      Best comment I've heard in a long time. You said it so well, TRISH. The easiest way to bully someone into silence is to tell them that they will be in the breadline if they oppose you. And just look what they do to churches. Google "Bash back".


  3. Not all gays are on board with this either. Some think this is appalling.

    We strongly disagree with the decision to put the chief diversity officer on leave and hope she is reinstated immediately. Everyone is entitled to free speech and to their own opinion about Question 6, which is about treating everyone fairly and equally under the law.”--Josh Levin Marylanders for Marriage Equality.

  4. That last comment should have been signed Ben. That's me.


  5. "Not all gays are on board with this either."

    Not all persons afflicted with homosexual desire are on-board with the whole "gay" thing -- "gayness" is about leftist identity politics, and not all homosexual persons desire to have their lives dictated by leftist shibboleths.