Gay Marriage Advocates Celebrate Victory By Spitting On Priest in New York, and Heckling Pastor O’Steen In Texas…

gay mafiaThe gay rights advocates have rallied coast to coast in celebratory parades and marches delighted with the Supreme Court decision granting gay marriage constitutional protections.  Unfortunately, the general disposition of many advocates has surfaced with vulgarity, crass public display, and vitriolic hatred toward religion.

Father Morris, a frequent guest on media punditry shows, was spit upon in New York:

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Pastor Joel Osteen in Texas was heckled throughout his Sunday sermon:

HOUSTON (KTRK) — Six people were escorted out of Lakewood Church in southwest Houston Sunday morning for heckling senior pastor Joel Osteen.

A video on Twitter shows the people being escorted out of the former sports arena amid cheers. Osteen is seen at the pulpit saying, “Thank you all for your patience and we’ll just continue to receive what God has for us. It’s a good day to be alive.”

Twitter user Anwar Richardson posted on social media, “Crazy scene. Sixth person ejected from Lakewood Church by police and security.” (read more)

 

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177 Responses to Gay Marriage Advocates Celebrate Victory By Spitting On Priest in New York, and Heckling Pastor O’Steen In Texas…

  1. 1american1st says:

    What else would you expect from Communist Democrats?

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  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    There always has to be some idiots that give the community as a whole a bad name. Why is beyond me…

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  3. Amy says:

    Joel Olsteen has never really spoken out against gay people.
    I have to give my husband credit, he said last night now the gays can marry they won’t be able to be victims anymore yet will still act like victims. He was right. You would think rather than going around spitting on people they would celebrate what every other liberal will go through, divorce.

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    • ImpeachEmAll says:

      They spit on humans as a way of publicly

      divorcing themselves from humanity; yet

      they desire to be treated equally by humans.

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      • Lee Jan says:

        Oh, the homosexual community is forever DEMANDING respect while giving none to anyone with whom they disagree.

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      • Mary says:

        The “they” you are using is very vague. A couple gays spit on someone, the “they” who desire to be treated equally is millions of people. Surely you don’t think a couple gays represent millions of people? Because I’m willing to bet in the history of society more straight people have spat upon other people than gays, statistically speaking. People of all genders, races, and sexual orientations act like a–holes all the time. This is not news.

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        • ImpeachEmAll says:

          Yes, I do.

          They are the lefty, socialist, progressive gays.

          FTProgressives.

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        • barbi says:

          You make a good point, but 250-300K deviants come from all over the US to participate in the San Francisco S&M Faire each year, most of them gay males. It’s v-e-r-y out in the open deviancy.

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          • Mary says:

            And millions of people read “50 shades of Grey.” Most of them were white, straight women. Personally, I could care less about either.

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    • Les says:

      Same with slavery. Liberals are big babies. If they don’t have something to complain about, they make something up.

      I dare these hecklers to do that in a mosque.

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    • Mary says:

      According to the police, the hecklers were not Gay Rights Activists, they were members of the “Church of Wells” a radical Christian church, many consider to be a cult.

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  4. MaryfromMarin says:

    It begins.

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  5. Amy says:

    Joel Olsteen has never really spoken out against gay people.
    I have to give my husband credit, he said last night now the gays can marry they won’t be able to be victims anymore yet will still act like victims. He was right. You would think rather than going around spitting on people they would celebrate what every other liberal “suffers”
    By the way, haven’t the gay divorce rates been through the roof? Rosie O’Donell etc?

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  6. Amy says:

    Oh my, I am off today. Please disregard my first comment, I dont know how that got passed my fingers.

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  7. Can’t expect a clean act from a dirty scene.. Geez, what filthy individuals do such things? Yes, that’s rhetorical.

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  8. Artist says:

    Pitiful all that freedom to love, marry whomever one chooses is ending up in a lot of unloving behaviour. Wish I was surprised.

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  9. realitycheck says:

    SD ; I’m not sure where the protest group against Osteen was pro-gay rights or in any way associated with the LGBT movement.
    The Church of Wells may have been protesting against Osteen because he was too “soft” on LGBT?

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    • Justice_099 says:

      A co-worker is in a church much like the Church of Wells and I steer as far clear of him as possible. Creepy, scary bunch. He once argued with me that dinosaurs are fake and it is a conspiracy. That was pretty much the end of any discussions I had with him.

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  10. texasgypsy53 says:

    I sure hope no idiot is stupid enough to spit on me because I stand with my savior. I will be asking His forgiveness afterwards.

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  11. benzy says:

    Once again, this is standard operating procedure for the left…. diminish your opponent (and anyone who isn’t 100% in agreement with you is an “opponent”). Belittle them, call them vile names, deride anything they care about and treat them as inhumanely as you can.

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  12. Academy City says:

    Am I the only one who finds it funny as hell that by putting a rainbow on your social media profile picture somehow makes you enlightened and a brave advocate for justice? I am not disturbed however..if you all remember, the Gay Mafia and their low info Facebook and Twitter warriors tried to destroy Chick-fil-A for taking a stand, and it didn’t work out well for them in the end, did it? You push Christians hard enough and they do take the fight back to you. Let your hearts not be troubled.. common sense and morality WILL win in the end.

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    • nivico says:

      The problem with Chick-fil-A was not its religious views concerning homosexuality. The problem was that the company had donated money to an organization that was backing the Uganda Anti-Homosexual Act (which sought to impose the death penalty for homosexuals).

      It’s doubtful that Chick-fil-A was even aware of this facet of the organization’s activities, though, and the company has since pledged to better vet the organizations that it supports through its WinShape Foundation.

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    • I didn’t find it funny so much as annoying. I almost had to unfollow a dozen people, but then I photoshopped this profile pic, and now any time one of those rainbow profiles shows up in my newsfeed, I post some gratuitous comment to whatever they shared. Not that I’m emotionally invested in the Confederate flag – I’m a yankee through and through – I’m just celebrating pride of another kind.

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  13. ctdar says:

    Does anyone know how to get the rainbow theme off WordPress/gravator account?
    Just showed up after the verdict, obnoxious for WP to just add without notice or approval from account holder.

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  14. partyzantski says:

    This is the Gaystapo “spiking the ball” in the end zone.
    Perhaps a poor metaphor, but it is what it is.

    Notice they are NOT going into AME Churches to do this… nor Mosques… I wonder why?
    The Mosques likely have zero sense of humor about this, if ISIS Sharia is any indication:
    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/06/06/death-fall-isis-continues-to-throw-gay-men-off-buildings-under-guise-sharia-law/

    Perhaps the goal of this insanity is to provoke a physical altercation and blame it on the straight, church-going set as a way to further cement the cultural chasm that has opened up?

    The gay guys I know would not do such a crass and anti-social thing.

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  15. Lee Jan says:

    Until homosexuals speak out against their disrespectful behavior towards others I will assume they approve.

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  16. aprilyn43 says:

    This is going to get ugly fast! Homosexuals and the Liberal left are looking for blood. The only good thing is that with persecution comes a closer walk with God. Yep, Christians have been silent for too long, the day of easy Christianity is gone. It’s gonna cost you to be a Christian … Will you pay the price?

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    • momomma3 says:

      ….But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. Joshua 24:15

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    • Pam says:

      I somehow doubt that the majority of people who identify as “Christian” in this country, or most other countries, will be willing to face the equivalent of the Colosseum or crucifixion, as so many early Christians did, and as some souls are doing right now.

      I believe that religious persecution is coming. We have already faced soft persecution in secular arenas. The end game of evil in the spiritual world is always to take souls to hell. The end game of most evil humans is to conquer and control, but my guess is the majority of evil humans do not realize they are being manipulated and controlled by spiritual evil.

      The bad guys have formulated many alternative methods (other than outright slaughter) to get rid of people, groups and belief systems which get in their way. Their methods have been working very well, and we see them going forward every day, in matters small and large.

      When they get to the point where each of us will be faced with a decision, we will see the sheep being separated from the goats. I believe, that since God gives us free will, many who say they are Christians will be put in a situation where we alone will have to decide, rather than being forced against our will by an outside power. God will let us make the choice for ourselves.

      I try with all my might and all my heart to put God first, before anything else, even family. I have found that this is much easier said than done. I have searched my heart, and I cannot say I know absolutely that I will be strong enough when and if it comes to me. I pray that I could, and realize that God would have to give me the strength anyway. But what would this mean for those who are Christian because they were brought up in that culture, those who mostly go through their days without God in the midst of their thoughts and activities, those who think attending church once in a while is all that is necessary?

      May God have mercy on us all.

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  17. robertnotsowise says:

    now Harvey Levin can reboot Divorce Court. Gay Divorce Court. I’d watch that.

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  18. hocuspocus13 says:

    I’m still waiting for the gays to have the guts to disrupt a muslim religious event or a black preacher at the pulpit

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  19. froggielegs says:

    And then there is this…

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    • Aslan's Girl says:

      Lord, help this child.

      Remember how they said that gay “marriage” would be “good for the children”? Yeah. Uh-huh.

      I’m just old enough to remember when “gay pride” parades were obscene, X-rated affairs. 700 Club used to show pretty graphic clips of them every year. Platforms, fishnets, wild wigs, garish make-up, pelvic thrusts, tongues sticking out. Generally, they looked quite demonically possessed. And retarded, seriously mentally ill.

      The “agenda” realized that if America kept seeing them in their TRUE light, they would never win the culture wars. So, they put the fishnets and platforms in the closet and swapped them for sweater vests (i.e. the gay “dads” on “Modern Family”, etc). If they could just look normal, people would think they were normal.

      I wondered how long they could keep the mask on. Guess I have my answer: 48 hrs past their “victory”. Now the orgies will come out again. Americans will look on them and think “this is ‘love’?” It doesn’t look like “love”, it looks like an unhealthy and unholy obsession with SEX and SEX only. It is lust and perverted. It is not how God, or heck for the evolutionists I’ll say SCIENCE, intended.

      I would also say this to any gay who does not agree with the type of display I’ve described: since the majority of gays are like this, maybe you are not gay. If you find this behavior sickening, maybe you’re not one of them. Ask the Lord to heal your heart and confusion. There is help. He did not create you this way and He loves you so much He wants to heal you.

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      • cohibadad says:

        I didn’t know they stopped doing that stuff at the gay parades. About 10 years ago I was looking at the Seattle Ducati web page. They have a real nice store on the path of the Seattle gay parade so they had pictures of what went by. Someone had links to the San Francisco one as well so I perused both of them. Besides the typical flamboyant type of stuff there were graphic images of men wearing black leather fetishware having oral sex on each other in the parade and in the alleys along the parade route, masturbating and throwing the product from windows onto the parade goers or from the parade to the bystanders. I thought at the time, how can anyone who sees this not recognize how pathologic this all is?

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        • barbi says:

          Happens every year–and the media NEVER covers it.
          If the Right had the stuff together, they’d have plastered that stuff all over Facebook and every social media outlet for the last few years.

          In fact, that is how the LEFT has beaten the Right–used news feeds that are liberal to script what they want people to believe, not just about gays but about everything.

          Conservatives need to have a plan to make what they want go to go viral, go VIRAL.

          If youtube won’t allow it, then make up their own media site. People don’t care what vehicle carries the news–if it interests them, they’ll watch it.

          Most women in this country only thing of “love” when it comes to gay marriage. They’ve no idea that most gay men (that is, those that aren’t already in their 60s/70s when they marry) enter marriage with agreements for non-monogamy.

          To women, it’s all about how THEY perceive “love” and you surely know we women see it differently than the ave. man. We are the reason straight men are monogamous.

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      • Amity says:

        I suspect it’s less that they’ve quit that entirely and more that the media has quit covering that sort of thing and instead focuses on the stuff that looks more normal.. OTOH, many gay parades have done things like thrown out NAMBLA and other pedophile organizations that used to be a big part of things, so the vibe really has changed. I just have my doubts that it’s changed as completely as the news casts would have you think.

        I am wondering if gay organizations will now re-establish those historic links with pedophiles and support their efforts to be accepted. Whether they do so publicly or not, I do think they’ll try to push down the age limits on marriage and on statutory rape laws.

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      • partyzantski says:

        That person has some issues.. I’ll take a guess at A) daddy issues and B) oppositional-defiant issues.

        Regarding your 2nd paragraph, if you want to see that sort of stuff, just attend a U.S. Navy Ball, and stick around until the senior brass has the good sense to depart.

        No matter how one slices it, these are people first, who happen to identify as “gay” or whatever the PC term is today. Gay is not a “race”, and it is beyond pointless for me to argue if gayness is a choice or inherent with anyone. I frankly care not one iota what they do between consenting adults and behind closed doors.

        To the Gaystapo, I would say, “be careful what you ask for, you just might get it”. Since they have just gotten “it”, does this make then no longer protected purple penguins? I just do not have the heart to ask any of them that I know “how does it feel to be a regular person, and not a designated victim?” But I digress. I imagine the next phase for them will be an internal soft civil war for consolidation of political power bases.

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    • isn’t this a EXACTLY much like the, Bachi Bazi in Afghanistan, being practiced? Bacha bazi (Dari: بچه بازی , literally “playing with boys” in Dari Persian), also known as bacchá (from Dari bacha بچه‌ “child, young man, calf”) or bacha bereesh
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacha_bazi

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      • Aslan's Girl says:

        Remember NAMBLA in the early ’90s? Ugh. They were also told by the Agenda to go hide in a closet. If the TRUTH about gays were known, Americans would not be polling so positively for them and their so-called “love”. Back in the ’90s, before the freaks were pushed in the closet by the gay leaders, Americans did NOT like gays. Progs would say it was because they were unenlightened bigots, but it was really because gays back then were more honest than gays today. We saw how perverted and dangerous they were and polled accordingly.

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    • dizzymissl says:

      OMG, just when I think I couldn’t be shocked any more than I have been by these freaks…..

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      • froggielegs says:

        You should of been here when my son showed that to me. He went off on a tangent about all that has happened over the last few weeks. For 28 he is very politically opinionated (Can’t imagine where he gets that from LOL) While he has no problem with (normal) Gay people. He does have a problem with this kind of crap. He raged on for about an hour about it.

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      • Tkim says:

        If your birth certificate says you are male you can identify as female. There will no doubt be challenges that the man born in 1958 “identifies” as fourteen years old so no crime was committed. (Who thought the country would say ok to a forty something man having pajama parties with preteens until Michael Jackson defended it?)

        I find the prospect of nothing as being inconceivable. We have laws that say it is ok to butcher human beings in the womb. Some say as many as 70 million people have died that way since 1973.

        The last vestige of humanity in this nation are people of faith and the laws to protect children from sex predators. God help us when the pedophiles get loud, organized, a television presence and court after court challenges. Once they can prove that a certain race or orientation of child predators are more likely to be arrested it’s off to the races.

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  20. ZurichMike says:

    Please don’t judge all gays by the coarseness and vulgarity of a few. Thank you.

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    • Daniel says:

      This is not mere coarseness and vulgarity. This is radicalization. The hate being spewed by “the winning side” is everywhere. It’s not “a few.”

      And let’s try to put some perspective on this which might begin to make some sense as to why people are against all of this. We have an increasing problem of short-term, in-the-moment thinking and decision making. It’s behavior not unlike addiction where people “want” something badly enough they will seek to justify it in every way possible, ignoring and denying the harm it causes. This applies to everything from smoking and junk food to hardcore drug and alcohol [ab]use.

      So this begs the question “what harm?” The increased rate of illegitimacy and other non-traditional family factors is having a serious functional affect on children and child development everywhere and the culture at large. I expect you and others to deny this entirely, so your denial of the cause requires that you and others offer up an alternative cause because there is no denial of the cultural problems we are experiencing.

      And seriously, when the argument is “two people who love each other” versus the harm to the culture and to child development, I have to wonder about priorities of people who make that argument.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        And all of this downward spiral resuilts from gay marriage or gay couples raising children who are not wanted by their heterosexual parents? What about no-fault divorce and abortion, which are primarily heterosexual issues?

        While I am happy to have a discussion about social norms and basic civility, blaming a few radical gay people for the ills of society is a non-starter. It’s like making Dylan Roof the poster child for gun confiscation.

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        • Aslan's Girl says:

          Mike, they are not the “few”, they have just been hiding in order to win the war.

          As for divorce being a “primarily hetero issue”, well, duh! Of course it’s primarily a hetero issue because up until Friday only heteros were marrying, lol! Plus, there are FAR more heteros in the world than the aberration. Gays are 1% of the population (probably more now since the cultural embrace which actually CREATES more gays due to the confusion). Oh, and just so you know, the statistics on American hetero marriages ending in divorce being 50% is a lie. An expert was on Fox several months ago saying that they include WIDOWS in that stat. So, heteros don’t actually divorce nearly as much as is touted. I think conservatives spout that because it makes America look worse than it really is and how we need to be more moral, but actually, we are more moral than we give ourselves credit for.

          Gay “marriages” last a whopping eighteen months in Euro countries. So, just wait until gay “marriage” is studied here because their divorce rate will be much worse than straights.

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        • realitycheck says:

          ZM : “blaming a few radical gay people for the ills of society”
          I agree with you. This is what happens when extremists take over a movement or argument. The entire group gets indicted, not just the few.

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      • Aslan's Girl says:

        ITA, Daniel. This is not a “few”, this is the majority. They’ve just been hiding in the closet for the last 20-odd years so that they could appear normal enough to win the culture war. Now that they have pulled the wool over everyone’s eyes, the TRUTH is slithering back out of that closet. The FREAKS are back and probably back with a vengence! They have missed the public orgies of the old pride parades. Wait til these naive youngsters who believe this is all about “LOVE” see the sick displays.

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    • froggielegs says:

      Never have judged and never will. My sister in law was Gay (she passed away a few years ago) She use to constantly say how she was embarrassed by how some act.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        None of my gay friends are in-your-face radicals. All are partnered, discreet, homeowners, good neighbors and well mannered. The radicals do not speak for any of us.

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        • froggielegs says:

          That’s exactly how my sister in law was. She and her partner were together for at least 25 years. When her partner died we moved here to be closer to her because her health (heart problems) was getting bad. We all ended up getting a house together. She was like a 2nd Mom to my son for the first 18 years of his life. She never bothered anyone, Never shoved her Gay life in anyone’s face. She hated seeing Gay Pride Parades on TV and often said they were embarrassing.

          She donated to many causes and if she saw someone in need, she was the first to help them. Be it emotionally or financially. She never let us just throw things like clothes or shoes away. Instead she would take them to the local homeless shelter for others. She was also a Veteran and very proud of her country. I am honored to call her my family.

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        • Chip Bennett says:

          And you and your friends would be ostracized for speaking out or criticizing the militants – even though they are a far greater risk than just about any heterosexual person is to your ability to live your lives in peace.

          Such militants aren’t celebrating diversity and tolerance; they are intentionally trying to shock with depravity while celebrating amorality that has nothing to do with sexual preference.

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        • jim says:

          Mike,
          Will any of your friends stand up against those who make radical demands and act obscenely in your name? I understand the fear could be great. The backlash would be great, like that described by a Child Of Gay (COG) parents in the American Thinker today. Or do your friends stand quietly with the radical obscenities in gratitude?

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Do you or any or your friends stand up for law-abiding, tax-paying gays quietly living their lives, or is countering radical gays just the problem for other gays solve?

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            • ImpeachEmAll says:

              How many good gays protested

              the rainbowing of the White House?

              Where was their outrage?

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              • ZurichMike says:

                Dob’t know. I live in Switzerland. How many good straights protested the slandering of all gays on websites and blogs?

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                • famousprince says:

                  Switzerland? Why should you care what happens in the US?

                  Look, I don’t want to keep being drawn back to this issue because I find it tiresome and boring. So this is my last contribution. The “good” gays according to opponents are the ones who are celibate, or the ex-gay type, so obviously most “bad” gays are never going to become “good” gays. In US gays and bi-curious are anywhere from 1.5% of population to 7%, depending on which research poll one believes. Either way, it’s a small group. There were only two gay issues, the military service and the marriage, and those are over now and both political sides used the issue. From a Conservative perspective, liberals used it as more claims of their big tent tolerance and as a way to highlight and strengthen their “activist government is good mantra”, no doubt. But the gays really did want the marriage certificates, and for gay men it seems marriage would probably be a good thing, because they are more susceptible to STD’s.

                  I really believe those who are opposed to the relationships themselves want to present the argument that the existence of such relationships is where in lies the real threat, which has always been the argument against gay people. “We will all be punished by God if we don’t do something”. What should we do? Execute them? Imprison them? Only deny them the government recognized marriage? Interfere in their personal relationships? Run defense and keep them from dating somehow? Put them in a mental institution? Constantly and repeatedly call them sinners? What response will protect us and our children from God’s wrath? And why does this one sin require such a response of defense from God? It’s often compared with abortion, which also requires immediate response before God destroys us. I certainly don’t understand why a woman needs to have an abortion beyond 16 weeks, and anything beyond should be illegal. Even then I don’t think God should punish me and my family for some law I don’t support. More importantly, if God wants me to stick my nose in somebody’s personal life, and keep two guys or gals from dating, I’m gonna need a pretty good explanation for why I should be doing something so extreme. Please don’t bother to respond, I’m done with this topic.

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                • ZurichMike says:

                  I have no idea who you are — have never seen your name on the boards before. I am a dual US-Swiss citizen, born and raised in the US. Regardless of my citizenship, I am entitled to express my opinion. Your post is a wild collection of thoughts about many things. Not sure where you are going, but for somebody who claims this topic is “tiresome and boring” you certainly spent a lot of (wasted) bandwidth to express an opinion.

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Or do you and your friends stand quietly while gays are berated and jeered by those who lump all gays in the same bucket?

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            • Jim says:

              Mike,
              I am not berating, jeering, nor am I standing idly by while others do so. Frankly, I appreciate the work that Sundance and the moderators are going through to make clear that those behaviors are unacceptable on this web site.
              Those of us with causes, say stopping the murder of over a million infants in the womb each year, take great umbrage at radicals whose zealotry besmears our cause. And when things get really bad, we all stand united against people who would murder in the name of any cause, no matter what the cause.
              But when we try to stand up against the radicals of any number of ‘liberal’ causes, we are demeaned as hate filled bigots. It does not matter how much we support some or all of the radical’s demands. (Such as Civil Unions vs. Gay marriage, equality vs preferences, etc.) Daring to say that these people have crossed boundaries of what is acceptable or that their behavior is obscene, is a sure fire way to be besmeared. Just donating to proposition 8 was held as reason to fire people and deny others jobs. It does not matter how many millions of Christians stand up to the radicals and their obscenities. The radicals will just belittle the protestors and ramp up the obscenities.
              At times like these, having the people in question stand up and say “this behavior is unacceptable”, or “you are going too far”, or “you are hurting our cause”, is the only way these misbehaviors can be confronted and stopped. Especially since these radicals look for support from their own groups.
              We recognize that standing up can be dangerous. Compare how they mistreated Judge Bork to how they mistreat Justice Thomas. They just attacked Bork for his views. They went to gross lengths in their zealous dragging of Thomas through made up mud. (Thomas called it a high tech lynching.) And because he did not go away quietly, he is still being castigated.
              There is another level of action I have seen taken by fellow travelers of the radicals. Instead of standing up against the radicals, the fellow travelers attack those who dare to say anything about the radicals. Look at the Middle East. Some small fraction of Muslims are doing horrible things in the name of their religion. Instead of protesting, the people cheer them on. And here, CAIR, (an American Islamic organization), is out there attacking anybody who dares say the truth about these violent extremists, depicting the truth tellers as bigots. It is as if it is all part of an organized campaign. Probably not, just people doing what they can on behalf of jihad. But the effect is the same.
              So if the good among us all just try to stay quiet, to keep our heads down, to not rock the boat, etc, then we abandon the world to those who aren’t good. This is why the left is always trying to make examples of those who dare stand up against them. It shuts people up, and leaves the left free to do what they want.
              Too bad you are outside this country. As a good person, I was hoping maybe you would stand up and make a difference here. But you are not here, and I do not know if there is any need for you to do so in Zurich.

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              • ZurichMike says:

                I am a good person no matter where I live. Europe has solved the “marriage” crisis — the only marriage that counts for the state (government) is the civil ceremony — whether defined for opposite sex or also same sex couples. If you want to be married in a church, you are free to do so (and many couples do both ceremonies), preserving the right of couples to also be married in the sight of God. Switzerland’s most conservative Catholic cantons approved of this division — rendering under to Ceaser what is Ceaser’s ,and unto God what is God’s. For the most part, Switzerland is a far more polite country than others, even those with vastly different political or social beliefs.

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            • famousprince says:

              Touche (per your response to me earlier), and I have rambled here before on occasion. I didn’t mean you specifically not to respond, but anyone as far as another debate. Honestly, I don’t think I understand this issue very well on either side, whether it be those who condemn gays or the gay activists, so it isn’t something I should be commenting on. I think I just got caught up in the hysteria of the SCOTUS ruling, but it really has nothing to do with me.

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    • Dixie says:

      I was just thinking about you as I read that ZurichMike and thinking the same thing. Started to comment several times but decided to stay out of the fray as I doubt my opinion carries much sway anyway. I think the vulgar gays are just more visible….like the violent thugs are more visible than the responsible, law abiding blacks. They, both groups, demand our attention because they thrive on it.

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    • partyzantski says:

      ZurichMike,
      It is apparent that many have not seen how insane it gets when troop transports empty out in places like Pattaya Beach, Thailand or fleet week in NYC. I have seen some crazy drunk antics by many an average American lad right in America’s back yard.
      Soccer hooliganism is another frontier of bad behavior.
      Then again, we do have worldstarhiphop, “Burning Man” and all sorts of other events that tend to the violent & sensual. The clip there is human behavior when a sense of responsibility is gone, no matter the sub sect.

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  21. jakeandcrew says:

    My 14yo (sometimes kooky) son’s take on the situation:

    “It would be funny if God flooded us again since we messed up the rainbow.”

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  22. Chip Bennett says:

    So, did the two men shout #LoveWins! or #NoH8! before assaulting the priest with their bodily fluids?

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  23. jakeandcrew says:

    Good article –

    In the matter of the so-called Affordable Care Act, the Supreme Court ruled that the law must not say what it in fact does say because it would be better if it were not to say what it says and were to say something else instead. In the matter of same-sex marriage, the Supreme Court rules that the law must say what it does not say because it would be better if it were to say what it does not say instead of what it says. Which is to say, the Supreme Court has firmly established that it does not matter what the law says or does not say — what matters is what they want.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/420406/john-roberts-decision-kevin-d-williamson

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  24. Aslan's Girl says:

    I don’t know why gays were tweeting #Finally. “Finally”?! They didn’t even WANT marriage just a couple of decades ago! They hated marriage and wanted nothing to do with it. Which makes sense since gays have multiple partners. And in the couple of decades that they’ve been demanding it, they’ve won many victories stat by state. They pretty much asked and got within a VERY short period of time. “Finally” my foot!

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    • Director says:

      The entire appeal of homosexuality had to have been opting out of having a family.

      “Oh look there goes James he’s so fey, dresses well though. Good sense of design and such.”

      Now the borgeoise life is for them?

      Riiiiight.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        The “appeal” of homosexuality has been to opt out of a family? What bizarre assumption is that? What about straight couples who choose not to have families, or cannot reproduce? What about gay couples who adopt children unwanted by their heterosexual parents?

        Nothing like a little stereotyping to bolster an “argument”. Nice try.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      You are correct that it was just a couple of decades ago that gays derided marriage an an outdated bourgeois convention. Then you lapse into assumptions about multiple partners — as if that never happens with straight people? Get a grip, girl.

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  25. shirley49 says:

    If anyone is anti gay, this is the reason. There are many gays who do not flaunt it. When I started a new job years ago the woman who was supposed to train me was a nasty thing who left me on my own. Another girl took me under her wing and taught me everything I needed to know. Someone told me she was gay and my response was “so what”. It is these exhibitionists that I have no respect for.

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  26. cjmartel says:

    Remember in Nazi Germany, the Jew was ostracized, ridiculed, and spat upon, just before the implementation of the final solution. Those two clowns who spit on the priest were, for all intents and purposes, spitting on ALL of US, these people have no respect for law or morals, they have one thing in mind, and that is total anarchy. As my grandma used to tell me, “Be careful what you ask for, you just might get it”

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  27. jakeandcrew says:

    This is part of something I wrote in 9/2014. I wish it had not come true –

    Constitutionally, if the Supreme Court makes same-sex marriage the law of the land, those nine justices will have fundamentally changed something that existed long before the United States of America began. And millions of citizens will be forced to choose between following their conscience and obeying the law – the exact thing our founders fought so hard against!

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  28. georgiafl says:

    At the Chicago Pride parade, there was pandemonium with a counter-demonstration by the BLM crowd shouting that their LBGT were special victims, as well as shootings and as a finale, someone armed with a knife drove a car into the crowd.

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    • georgiafl says:

      By the MO of the various crimes, there may have been 3 cultures at war here: The LBGT (streaking, hysteria), the Blacks (shootings) and the Mohammedans (knife, car driven into crowd).

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  29. lray says:

    When I encounter people who try to silence and ridicule people and ideas they don’t agree with, I simply ask… Don’t you support diversity?

    They usually don’t get it.

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  30. archer52 says:

    Spit on me and you’ll end up throat punched and gagging for breath.

    With God looking down saying, “See that! BOOM! That’s what I’m talking about! Turn the other cheek my rear end. Boy, was that a mistake. Uh..not that I make any of course, being God and all that. Anyway, Good shot!”

    Seriously, what people do not realize, THROUGH a seriously orchestrated plan by millions of people through PC pressure and elitism is this- the number of militant gays are far bigger than you think, as are the freaky- freaks. And they are “in your face” freaky-freaks.

    I am going to share with you a website I stumbled across just before I retired. The owner lives in SanFran and photo documents the actions out there- which will soon be HERE!

    My warning is this. Once you see what is on this link- YOU WILL NEVER UN-SEE IT!! So please think before you click. But if you want to see what is going to be “normal” real soon, this is it. The website even warns you. But you can back out and visit photos of other movement out there and be shocked. However, the one link made me realize this was an alien lifestyle, hidden under the “normal gay” lifestyle but very militant.

    I mean they get up every day and think what they are doing is a good thing. They really do! And they did this parade in public in front of normal people with kids.

    http://www.zombietime.com/

    Look up “up your alley fair 2008” parade pics.

    But again, I warn you. Do it with only adults around, who have strong stomach and ambien in the nightstand. Also note, major corporations where there too.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      I will agree that these photos represent all gays when you agree that Miley Cyrus twerking on stage, Paris Hilton fellating her boyfriend on a self-made porn clip, and Kim Kardashian getting screwed by a black “friend” on her own self-made porn video represents all heterosexuals — and don’t forget, Miley and Kim cash in with major sponsors, too.

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      • ImpeachEmAll says:

        You just named some lefty, socialist progressives.

        They are in it for the money;

        and you are?

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      • Aslan's Girl says:

        Stats, stats, stats: 99% of the world is hetero, there is aminority who act like exhibitionist whores. 1% of the world is gay, the majority act like demonically possessed sex-addicts.

        Now, since you ONLY listed Hollywood people (Kim K. Miley), here’s where the stats get interesting: if we are solely talking about heteros in Hollywood, I agree: the vast majority are whores which is why many call it “HollyWEIRD”. But, we’re talking subsets of the vast majority. If you can show that the majority of the world’s majority (hetero) act like sex-addicts at a demonic orgy… but stats show the majority of heteros do not masturbate publicly in parades, so……..

        When minorities act badly, it will reflect badly on the whole because they are a much smaller sample.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          “1% of the world is gay, the majority act like demonically possessed sex-addicts” LOL! Where do you get off making an absurd assertion like that? Do some gays flaunt it? Yes. Do some straights flaunt it and have sex in public? Yes (think about college spring break orgies in Florida, “adult activity only” hotels in the tropics, and prostitution.

          Glass houses, honey, glass houses.

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  31. dizzymissl says:

    Why does Father Morris think he deserves worse?

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    • cohibadad says:

      I was wondering the same thing. He’s like the people getting punched by the knockout “gamers” who sympathize with the victimhood of the criminal. No one deserves worse at the hands of other human beings in lawless acts of assault.

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    • Nana says:

      Because they treated Jesus Christ “worse”.

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      • Tkim says:

        I was only spat on once. It was in the 1970’s on the LSU campus–the horrible, awful south where nothing has changed since the 17th century she said sarcastically. I was walking to class while reading notes for a test I was about to take when a black guy tried to flirt with me and I kept walking. He ran ahead, turned around and spit directly into my face.

        I don’t think there was a Confederate flag around but that may have triggered him. Sarcasm again.

        I know people who will simply sidestep a group of profanity spewing idiots who are black, but will curse out the gentle missionaries from the LDS church because they see that faith as “intolerant.”

        We are awash in a sea of haters, Internet trolls, bullies and radicals who simply cannot live and let live. And of course they would tell off a nun for her right to life stance before they even gave a hard look to a man holding an ISIS flag.

        The same progressives who defend twenty nine year old grandmothers in the inner city ridicule the twenty nine year old grandmother in Appalachia. The first is a result of hopelessness and poor opportunities born of systemic racism. The second is just rednecks being subhuman. (And since I am from Appalachian people I have had it up to hear with the incest and missing teeth jokes).

        Only CPR can save us–Christ Personally Returning. I have no hope other than that.

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      • Pam says:

        Because Jesus said that we would be treated like he was treated. We would be hated like he was hated.

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        • John 15:18 KJV
          [18] If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you.
          John 15:19 KJV
          [19] If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.

          John 15:20 KJV
          [20] Remember the word that I said unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you; if they have kept my saying, they will keep yours also.

          Amen

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    • Dixie says:

      If he’s the same one I think he is (frequently seen on Fox), he would be forgiving of a thug who shot him. Since he thinks he deserves worse, do you wonder if he has skeletons in his closet?

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      • Irene Matthews says:

        I can’t get into his head of course, but I believe what Father Jonathan meant was something along the lines of St. Paul’s quote “”There is no one righteous, not even one.” meaning that we all sin.

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      • Pam says:

        No, it is an example of what Christianity teaches, following from the words of Jesus.

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        • Pam says:

          Look at what St. Paul talks about, over and over. Look at what Jesus told his disciples right before He went to the cross. Being attacked and persecuted in His name is to be expected. We just aren’t used to the idea that these teachings may be coming to life here and now, for us.

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          • Irene Matthews says:

            Yes, Fr. Jonathan definitely was being attacked in His name. He was most likely wearing his clerical clothing so you could deduce that. But the comment that “I deserve worse” I believe, relates to his being a sinner, like all the rest of us.

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  32. Mary says:

    According to the police, the hecklers were not Gay Rights Activists, they were Radical Christians from the “Church of Wells”, a group that many consider a cult. Maybe those of you complaining about “Radical” homosexuals can stop throwing stones now.

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    • Dixie says:

      I don’t call this “throwing stones”…..not here on CTH. It is merely a discussion that can get mildly heated at times. But it remains a reasonable discussion and a trading of thoughts and ideas. Only trolls and moonbats throw stones.

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      • Tkim says:

        I love you Dixie!!

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      • Mary says:

        Semantics aside, what is your response to the fact that this article incorrectly reported that Gay Activists heckled Rev. Osteen?

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        • Dixie says:

          We are not responsible for what the article incorrectly reports.

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          • Dixie says:

            I re-read all of CTH article as well as the article at the “read more” link. The CTH article never refers to the hecklers as Gay Rights Activists and the read more link states they were from the Church of Wells. Maybe you missed the “read more” link?

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            • Mary says:

              I was referring to the headline, “Gay Marriage Advocates Celebrate Victory By Spitting On Priest in New York, and Heckling Pastor O’Steen In Texas…” also both incidents on this page are under the “Gay Mafia” image. If the latter is supposed to be unrelated to the former, it is certainly poorly worded.

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        • ImpeachEmAll says:

          Still waiting for the good majority of gays to

          publicly denounce the activities of the bad minority.

          The silence is deafening, still.

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          • Monroe says:

            Maybe the good majority of gays are publicly denouncing the bad behavior but choose not to publicly identify themselves as members of the gay community. Maybe they want to be people and not labels. Maybe these individuals believe in freedom of speech.

            There is a fine line. On the one hand is the issue that an individual or a small group do not represent/reflect a larger group. For example, D. Roof does not represent all Southerners or all Whites. On the other hand, are the BLM/FTP actually representative of their community? If not, does that community need to speak against the actions?

            The issue may actually reside with a need for the public to call out the media when they present a biased representation of any community whether it is the gay community or the BLM.

            At this time, I am not seeing where there is rampant spitting or heckling by “gay activists”. However, when there are public events, there are a variety of bad behaviors performed by a variety of people. I’m not excusing bad behavior. But I don’t see the one instance of spitting as a new crime wave.

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Still waiting for the good majority of straights to
            publicly denounce the activities of the bad (straight) minority.
            The silence is deafening, still.

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            • realitycheck says:

              I denounce the intolerance of radical straights, jut as I denounce (as should you) the radical LGBT community … The problem is: it is not heard (…), just like the majority of Muslims denounce the radical violence of ISIS etc ……
              This was Nixon called “The Silent Majority.”

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            • ImpeachEmAll says:

              Many were vocal toward POTUS.

              Then told POTUS is gay.

              So much for denouncing the

              bad straight minority. We tried. 😉

              We were outflanked by yet another lie.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        There have been a number of trolls and moonbats –and those with unknown usernames — casting stones on this thread, sadly.

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    • ImpeachEmAll says:

      We are merely returning them to their rightful owner.

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  33. Nana says:

    My husband is in the ministry. I fear for him. He is bi-vocational and has already being harassed about his Monday-Friday job. They are not wasting anytime. Why do people expect our beliefs to change just because the “law” did? He is the same man he was on last Thursday. Pray for us and pray for our country.

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    • Pam says:

      Because they will use the law as a club to beat your beliefs into the ground. They don’t care about your beliefs, or they actively detest your beliefs. They’d just as soon see people with your beliefs gone.

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    • michellc says:

      Something I read on FB by a minister’s granddaughter.

      We either stand for something or we stand for nothing. We either stand for God’s law or we stand for man’s law that is disobedient to God. Jesus did not say we would be loved, he actually said the opposite. Jesus said love thy neighbor but He never said to accept what our neighbor does.

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    • michellc says:

      And another thing I was just told on FB by a cousin, “you will approve of gay marriage and children being raised by gays because it is the law. Your churches will marry them or be punished for not doing so. My best friend is gay and he will be married in church, the days of christians discriminating against gays is over. Your bible says you must obey man’s law, you don’t want to go to hell do you?”

      I guess people could say it’s just one person saying that, but I seriously doubt she’s the only one.

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      • Chip Bennett says:

        Your friend is a piece of work.

        you will approve of gay marriage and children being raised by gays because it is the law

        No, we won’t. And no, it isn’t. Regardless of what 5 black-robed tyrants just decreed that the States must recognize as marriage under the protection of the law, society is under no compulsion whatsoever to condone or accept homosexual behavior as normal or moral.

        Your churches will marry them or be punished for not doing so.

        I’m ready for that fight over freedom of association, freedom of religious exercise, freedom from state-established religion, and freedom of conscience. Bring it.

        My best friend is gay and he will be married in church, the days of christians discriminating against gays is over.

        Let your true colors shine, honey: you’re just a rather flamboyant, anti-Christian bigot. You want to get married in a church? The church gets to decide whether or not they will marry you. Don’t like it? Move to a country that doesn’t have freedom of religion.

        I do thank you, though, for proving my point made earlier: you don’t want tolerance. You want state-enforced thought control.

        Your bible says you must obey man’s law, you don’t want to go to hell do you?

        You mean, like the way that Daniel obeyed man’s law? Or the way that Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednigo obeyed man’s law? Or the way that Mary and Joseph and the Magi obeyed man’s law?

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        • michellc says:

          Not friend, cousin, something I had no control over.

          I’m glad her dear grandmother is not here any longer, she was a dear Christian woman who would be ashamed and heartbroken.

          You would be glad to know though you are supporting her, she’s 30 years old and never worked a day in her life, she’s on disability for obesity and bi-polar, took her 3 years of multiple doctors to get a diagnosis. She’s honestly just a lazy brat who is never happy and always whining about something.

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          • Chip Bennett says:

            Well, as long as we’re getting all Biblical: I am reminded that Paul gave this instruction to the church at Corinth: If a man will not work, he shall not eat.

            Let’s see if she still wants to try to throw the Bible in our faces, eh?

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            • michellc says:

              She doesn’t believe in the Bible.

              I promised her grandmother before she passed away that I would look out for her and her daughter and her mother, who is just as bad. I tried to keep my promise, but they make it hard to do so. So now I only make sure the little girl has what she needs, because they took advantage of that promise. I hate to say the little girl is going to be just as bad. She’s already to the point I can hardly stand to be around her.

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        • archer52 says:

          The Left uses civil disobedience because we are the power and they are the underdog. Now, with this ruling, WE are the underdog and they are the power.

          Oops..

          Now what?

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        • Thank you Mr. Bennett! I was about to write a few words myself, however you made my statements non warranted..

          Nice work! I like it..

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  34. These sodomites and their supporters are like participants at a public orgy. They cannot contain themselves, are evil and express themselves like uncaged demons. This is what America has loosed upon her citizens. Sodomy is criminal, in God’s eyes. And when we unleashed the cage, the poison seeped everywhere. Only God can remove this blight. I am hopeful and at the same time in awe of what He will do.

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  35. nivico says:

    http://www.jacksonvilleprogress.com/news/church-of-wells-members-arrested-at-joel-osteen-s-church/article_a31e30da-1e6f-11e5-809e-530c6b697b65.html

    Church of Wells members arrested at Joel Osteen’s church

    According to various reports, six people associated with the Church of Wells were arrested during a church service in Houston on Sunday.

    The group was in attendance during the Sunday Morning services at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church. Sources say the six people were “heckling” Osteen during the service.

    Officers escorted the group outside, and arrests were made.

    Elder Jacob Gardner, 26, is listed on the Houston Police Department jail website as charged with criminal trespass on Sunday. Church of Wells Deacon Richard Trudeau, 32, was also listed with a criminal trespass charge.

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  36. famousprince says:

    I don’t know anything about any priests being spat upon, but if so that obviously is wrong. What happened to the glitter? And the Joel Osteen protest was from the Church of Wells. Their hierarchy is a bunch of dapper looking young guys so maybe considering recent SCOTUS ruling the congregates though they were a group of hottie gay guys on the prowl. Church of Wells in fact opposes more modern Christianity in favor of fasting, constant prayer and such, so that’s why they often target high profile guys like Joel Olsteen. They were screaming that he lies and corrupts Christianity.

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  37. texasgypsy53 says:

    Father,my heart is broken. I wait upon you,to heal this world.Forgive my sins,as I am not worthy of you,but command my soul to stand against the wicked who call good,evil,and evil,good. I cannot stand alone,without You. You tell us to not judge,so we will not be judged. I hear your words Oh Lord. Those who make excuses for this abomination turn to me to weaken my resolve. Stand with me Father, I will go down to the lion’s mouth,for the pain will not be as bad as what your Son endured. Stand with the righteous in Your name. Amen.
    I will not comment on this subject further. For me there is no need. If I am thrown off this sight for my hard stance,so be it. I stand with Father.

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  38. kinthenorthwest says:

    It is really getting weird out there .
    You Won’t Believe This Iwo Jima “Military Pride” Image
    Entitled “Military Pride”, the image depicts four shirtless men planting the rainbow hued Gay Pride flag in a fashion reminiscent of the iconic photograph by Joe Rosenthal, in which U.S. Marines raised the American flag at the top of Mt. Suribachi after the bloody battle of Iwo Jima.
    http://www.tpnn.com/2015/06/29/you-wont-believe-this-iwo-jima-military-pride-image/

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  39. Art Deco says:

    The two men who spat on me are probably very good man caught up in excitement and past resentment. Most in that parade would not do that.

    Ye Gods what a ruin of Stockholm Syndrome.

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  40. jakeandcrew says:

    I do not doubt the word of those who simply want to quietly live their life in a homosexual relationship. I have friends that do so, and I love them dearly, but do not agree with them that their lifestyle is okay, not in God’s eyes, therefore I pray for them with all my heart.

    But the activists, whatever their number, are not satisfied with what they have gained through this ruling, and their goals will destroy society, plain and simple. Read this article, and see if you don’t agree:

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/06/lgbt-activists-marriage-was-never-the-end-game/

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