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Tired of Homosexual's Bullying

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I'm tired of homosexuals trying to coerce people into accepting their ignorant view of sexual reality. Their attacks on the Chick-Fil-A chain simply because the CEO says homosexual marriage is wrong. is unjustified bullying.

Homosexuals need to accept the fact that many people believe what they do is immoral and that same sex marriage is wrong. Most of us do things that some people believe are morally wrong.

A billion people believe that what I do for breakfast every day is wrong. Muslims and Jews as well as members of some other religions believe eating pork is morally wrong. Some individuals believe eating any meat is wrong.

Muslims and many Christian denominations believe drinking alcohol is wrong. Jews as well as Roman Catholics and some other Christian groups believe drinking alcohol in moderation is acceptable.

Religious groups usually believe the moral values they support benefit society. For example, those groups that oppose alcohol consumption do so because those who consume excess alcohol can become violent. Thousands of years of human history demonstrate the value of basing a society on marriage between a man and a woman. Religious groups understandably are concerned that same sex unions could have a negative impact on society.

In the sixties some people, including members of some religious groups, believed that those of us who served in Vietnam were doing something wrong. I didn't advocate punishing anti-war protesters for their beliefs even though I disagreed with them.

One of my favorite television show quotes is from "The Winds of War". Robert Mitchum's character, an American naval officer, tells a German military attache that he believes one of Hitler's actions was morally wrong. The German replies, "it was worse than wrong. It was a mistake."

In other words the action in question would have been a bad idea even if there weren't any moral objections.

Same sex marriage is worse than wrong. It's absurd. Same sex marriage is an oxymoron. Marriage unites the two different types of humans into a unit that contains the characteristics of both sexes. Marriage is a salt shaker and a pepper shaker. A same sex union is two salt shakers or two pepper shakers.

I strongly suspect homosexuals so desperately want people to believe what they are doing is all right because these homosexuals have doubts about the morality of what they are doing. They want others to reassure them that they aren't acting immorally.

Those who really believe what they are doing is morally ok don't care if others think the activity is wrong.

It never bothered me that anti-war protesters believed my participation in Vietnam was wrong. Their statements didn't upset me because I didn't think I was doing anything wrong. I may have had doubts about whether the people in charge knew what they were doing, but I didn't believe what we were doing was wrong.

I feel sorry for homosexuals. They are born with an affliction most of them don't understand. They are born with the body of one sex and the brain of the other. However, that affliction doesn't justify trying to coerce others into accepting their beliefs. Instead of trying to pretend they are heterosexuals by calling a relationship with someone just like them a marriage, they should be attempting to raise money for sex change operations that would allow them to have a body that is the same sex as their brains.

Homosexuals have trouble relating to the real world. They like to make believe such as by putting on black leather jackets and pretending they are "macho macho men". They have their silly little parades where they dress up in outlandish costumes much like children putting on their parents clothes. Pretending that a relationship with someone who is the same as them is a "marriage" is another one of those games.

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jayhawklawrence 1 year, 5 months ago

Scary to realize how many state legislators share these same values.

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Fatty_McButterpants 1 year, 5 months ago

This is the most poorly reasoned argument of a position that I have ever seen on the LJWorld. This company should be embarrassed at what it has chosen to publish.

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Bob Forer 1 year, 6 months ago

A knave and a fool. Why do we continue to read his nonsense?

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funkdog1 1 year, 6 months ago

I'm tired of armchair columnists who don't have even a basic grasp of American English grammar.

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kernal 1 year, 6 months ago

Wait until you see today's blog.

Someone needs to explain plagiarzing to him.

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gl0ck0wn3r 1 year, 6 months ago

The inordinate amount of attention the original writer - using the term loosely - gives to this subject is interesting at best. The rest of the writing is so bad that I wonder if the LJW makes any attempt to vet this stuff.

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adagio 1 year, 6 months ago

Appears to me (and anyone else of sound mind) that you are the bully and really need to get a life. People like you set the world back and I highly doubt any queer person would hit in you, as they'd be able to spot your ignorance a mile away. Meat eating is a choice, being queer is not.

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Klumma 1 year, 6 months ago

"It never bothered me that anti-war protesters believed my participation in Vietnam was wrong. Their statements didn't upset me because I didn't think I was doing anything wrong."

Damn, Rambo. Sorry to be off topic but I just read your enthralling Bio. Then again, I guess it is on topic in a way since you put it on the table. Ever considered detailing your "In Country" accounts to Oliver Stone? Could be a movie deal in there. Could be called Platoon 2. Or, Clerks 2. Give it a shot Warrior!

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CharonFerryman 1 year, 6 months ago

Wow! Reasonmucus (or whatever---somehow Reasonmucus seems more fitting than the way you misspelled your own name in the byline)! You are an idiot! I came here because of the wacky title of your post and you did not disappoint! Your incoherent tirade against the gays has been duly noted and will be inscribed in the annals of drooling moron bigots for all to celebrate!

I was thinking of correcting some of your delusional nonsense but, you know what? Just keep spewing! Next time, why not whine about how women are oppressing you by asking you to not vote for the "legitimate rape" guy!

Okay, then. Thanks! And try not to soil yourself too much while straining your tiny brain to come up with "words" to put in your next "post"! Bye, bye, now.

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Klumma 1 year, 6 months ago

Um... Ok... Just reading between the lines of this vile blog. So what you are saying is that after a night out of buying drinks at the bar for and hitting on lets call him, "Stevie" in his leathers, something left you hot and bothered after he shut you down?

Needed to feel vilified by hastily writing this junk I would think. I wonder how many times you "proof read" before posting.

/ violent whacking gesture

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bring_JOHN_BROWN_back 1 year, 6 months ago

What you eat for breakfast is a CHOICE. To LGBT individuals, their sexuality has been biologically determined; there is no choice....except the choice to repress and deny themselves of true enjoyment.

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90sgirl 1 year, 6 months ago

The writer's problem is that he thinks that the LGBT folk have a 'problem' that they don't understand when, in fact, it is the writer who does not understand. He is to be pitied.

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tange 1 year, 6 months ago

Ya know, sometimes when the bandwagon is careening downhill, full tilt, I'd just rather walk, off the beaten path.

/ no doubt about it
my friend's a monster

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Constitutional_Malfeasance 1 year, 6 months ago

Does anyone know the gay pop. in Lawrence. It seems high.

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Topple 1 year, 6 months ago

"I feel sorry for homosexuals. They are born with an affliction most of them don't understand. They are born with the body of one sex and the brain of the other. However, that affliction doesn't justify trying to coerce others into accepting their beliefs."

You, sir, are born with an affliction called "ignorant bigot."

So, your position is, if someone has different beliefs than yours and they simply want to have the same rights as everyone else, then they're "coercing others into accepting their beliefs?" I recommend opening a dictionary and looking up the word, "coerce." I don't see the gay community rallying to forcibly convert people to homosexuality. What I do see, is Americans rallying to be treated the same as everyone else.

We have freedom of religion in this country, and I can guarantee you not all of them conform to your beliefs. Should we eliminate those which don't fit your model? You're a scared, pathetic man, and I pity you.

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beatrice 1 year, 6 months ago

So those "I'm a Pepper, you're a Pepper, wouldn't you like to be a Pepper too?" commercials are just coded propoganda for the gay agenda? Who knew?

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autie 1 year, 6 months ago

Come to think of it...too much salt cause high blood pressure. Pepper, not so much.

Then one could be a pepper only sort of person thus negating the entire argument.

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90sgirl 1 year, 6 months ago

The writer is part of the problem - I hope he can learn something from this although his general tone suggests he fancies himself to be all-knowing.

Note: Not everyone likes salt AND pepper.

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90sgirl 1 year, 6 months ago

Before the internet, this bigot could only hold these vile thoughts inside his head or yell from the rooftops, now his poisonous stupidity goes everywhere. How's it feel to be part of the problem?

Also, not everyone likes salt AND pepper.

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prospector 1 year, 6 months ago

I guess this could be someone working on a doctoral thesis, throwing 'button pushing poo' to see what comes back.

?????Or a politcal consultant crafting a campaign?????

Or someone that is Kooko for Cocopuffs, miserable and a lousy dancer.

Carry on

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Liberty275 1 year, 6 months ago

Homosexuals have the same freedom to speak as we all do. You shouldn't feel bullied, you should feel proud.

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beerbaron03 1 year, 6 months ago

"Marriage unites the two different types of humans into a unit that contains the characteristics of both sexes. Marriage is a salt shaker and a pepper shaker. A same sex union is two salt shakers or two pepper shakers."

you know, all this time i was confused by the "liberal media" of what a same sex union would be, but you've helped me clear that up, thank you.

"Homosexuals have trouble relating to the real world. They like to make believe such as by putting on black leather jackets and pretending they are "macho macho men"

talk about a broad brush...wow. i suppose he also thinks that every Hispanic works at Chipotle and that ever German runs around in lederhosen.

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beatrice 1 year, 6 months ago

"A same sex union is two salt shakers or two pepper shakers."

No it isn't -- its paprika!

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autie 1 year, 6 months ago

Does he ever reply to any of the responses his diatribes? I notice a total of zero here. He poses these ridiculous observations then does not engage in dialogue on any position. That's like when I go out on the porch at night and howl some until all the dogs up and down the block are barking at one another, then I run back in the house and go to bed.

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beatrice 1 year, 6 months ago

In other words: I want OTHER PEOPLE to live as I want them to live, not as they choose.

Another silly blog from a self-proclaimed birther.

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Leslie Swearingen 1 year, 6 months ago

I totally agree with the blog. I simply cannot understand things like homosexuality, transgender, etc. I don't hate those people, I am just saying that all of it mystifies me. Can anyone try to understand those like me who are simply confused by such things?

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grammaddy 1 year, 6 months ago

Most "gay-haters" I know aren't very secure in their own sexuality. Case in point.....

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RETICENT_IRREVERENT 1 year, 6 months ago

Is it OK to be tired of PETA's bullying?
Because I really like bacon. I mean I really really like bacon.
And those idiots are going to be in the same boat when the tofu shortages strike.

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phoggyjay 1 year, 6 months ago

He looks suspiciously like the man in leather pants who was hitting on me last Wednesday night at Wilde's! Come out already!! See you again tonight? My Macho Macho Man. Kisses.

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riverdrifter 1 year, 6 months ago

I only read the first two lines of this because of all the comments. Yet another miserable blog post by this being. I agree with O_Bob: most likely a drunken rant.

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MarcoPogo 1 year, 6 months ago

According to the headline, only one gay person has been pushing this blogger around. Perhaps it's time for him to take karate lessons and leave the rest of us out of it?

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autie 1 year, 6 months ago

Yup...the writer is serious. Just look at his body of work. It speaks for itself.

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kernal 1 year, 6 months ago

"...this is satire." I don't think so, Glenn. You may want to read his Blog on same sex marriage.

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mom_of_three 1 year, 6 months ago

Well, lets see. Lets hope this is satire. In case it isn't, marriage in the bible is described many, many ways.
AND as he said, there are things we do every day that many religions do not adhere to; drinking, smoking, etc. BUT this is a civil rights issue. You can not use a religious diatribe that YOU think is wrong and deny rights to a portion of the population. They tried to use it for slavery, for biracial marriage and it didn't work then. IT shouldn't work now. Just because your religion doesn't agree with it, doesn't mean it shouldn't be allowed. Religious beliefs does not belong in government.
All men created equal... that is what is important.

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Glenn Reed 1 year, 6 months ago

Not sure why everyone's getting bent out of shape.. this is satire.

Y'know, like the Online or the Daily Currant.

This guy should be commended for his admirable focus on staying in character.

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Pastor_Bedtime 1 year, 6 months ago

Bigotry is a "fault". Homosexuality is not.

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Constitutional_Malfeasance 1 year, 6 months ago

I get what the blogger is trying to get across as crass as it may be. I fortunately ignore all the emphasis on gays. Everyone has their faults. I suppose everyone with faults should ban together and make sure everyone else recognizes them and makes special accomodations for them. Then everyone is happy and everyone's faults can be accepted, legally or otherwise.

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StirrrThePot 1 year, 6 months ago

Wow, there's just all kinds of stupid in this rant.

Sadly, you can't fix stupid.

Nor can you seem to fix the abundant overuse of the term "bullying". The next time the author is beaten up, has his property vandalized, or has some other crime committed against him for simply being a different human being than what's considered "normal", then I think he can talk about bullying. Until then, I thank him for being a public example of what not to be, and what happens when you choose not to be thoughtful or educated on a topic. Realizing just how confused and ignorant people can be is about the only good that can come of this garbage, ignorance-filled editorial. Hopefully no brain cells were lost among people who took the time to read it. Fortunately I stopped at the horrible salt and pepper metaphor.

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tolawdjk 1 year, 6 months ago

Did he actually equate homosexuality to eating bacon?

Has the govt. outlawed the consumption of fried, cured pork belly and i missed it?

Wait. Chick-Fil-A doesn't have bacon on their menu, does it?

I could write more, but this blog doesn't deserve it.

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MarcoPogo 1 year, 6 months ago

"They like to make believe such as by putting on black leather jackets.

The Ramones weren't gay.

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Pastor_Bedtime 1 year, 6 months ago

I'd far rather have a same-sex couple move in next door than a bigoted, self-righteous homophobe. You can bet a same-sex couple would be far more likely to understand the concept of good fences = good neighbors, than the writer of this blog..

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The_Original_Bob 1 year, 6 months ago

He wrote this at 2:17 am. He was most likely drunk.

Also, is he afraid of getting beat up by a gay dude in leather? I didn't understand much of his rambling.

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smitty 1 year, 6 months ago

Reasonmclucus says....They like to make believe such as by putting on black leather jackets and pretending they are "macho macho men".

Apparently you are unaware that both men and wear leathers, bubba. But that happens when one is so obsessed with stalking the gay....roflmao

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Cait McKnelly 1 year, 6 months ago

He is obviously confused about the difference between homosexual and transgender.

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ST3V3N 1 year, 6 months ago

You think THEY are out of touch? You think THEY are bullies? To say you feel sorry for someone you don't even know is rude and obnoxious. I have an old friend who's gay. He seems pretty happy to me. He works hard and is in a happy long term relationship for many years......nothing I can see to feel sorry about.

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Pastor_Bedtime 1 year, 6 months ago

"they should be attempting to raise money for sex change operations that would allow them to have a body that is the same sex as their brains." Did you go to the Todd Akin school of medicine?

It sounds like you are a bit too enamored with the "macho macho men" here.

"Pretending that a relationship with someone who is the same as them is a "marriage" is another one of those games. " Like pretending you're anything but a radical, bigoted zealot?

Letters like these will result in more ~ not less ~ tolerance toward homosexuality, as it quite effectively sheds light upon the bigots out there.

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somedude20 1 year, 6 months ago

Didn't the state just pass a bill that allows people to (discriminate) not rent to homosexuals, not cover birth control (but does cover viagra) not hire people different than them due to thier "religious" beliefs? "As a good Christian, God would not want me to rent to a homo or employ a colored." -Random Kansas Christian

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Steven Gaudreau 1 year, 6 months ago

I do agree the Chick Fila thing was a knee jerk reaction by the misinformed public. During an interview a reporter baited the founder to confirm that homosexuality is against his personal religious beliefs and nothing more. I do not know of very many main stream religions that would not agree with that statement. Personally I could care less who has sex whom but I will not support an attack on anyone because of their religious beliefs.

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autie 1 year, 6 months ago

As usual, Mr. Unreasonable had demonstrated his complete lack of reasoning. He certainly did paint this one with a very wide brush. I wonder what data source he bases his comment on about all gays dressing up in leather or the statement about gays believeing they are morally wrong. I suspect the writer has no personal friendships with any homosexuals. He should get out more, they tend to be the most caring and wonderful people one could know. And word up..for thousands of years homosexuality was a part of everyday life in the western world.

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jafs 1 year, 6 months ago

These sorts of things are tiresome, but...

Most gay people I know don't care so much what others think of them as whether or not they have equal rights in our society.

When they can not be discriminated against for housing, employment, etc. and can form lasting partnerships that confer the same legal rights as marriage does for heterosexuals, get back to me.

Then we'll see how much they care about your opinion of them, once it doesn't result in discrimination.

If anyone is "bullying" anybody, it's those who deny homosexuals equal rights.

As mentioned above, the Chick-Fil-A CEO donates a significant amount of money to groups that are actively working to continue denying equal legal rights to gay and lesbian folks. Those groups have every right to choose not to spend their money at that restaurant chain.

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Darrell Lea 1 year, 6 months ago

Thank you for posting a photo on your profile. I don't like walking on the same side of the street with ignorant bigots. Now that I know what you look like I can cross the street when I see you coming.

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kernal 1 year, 6 months ago

Rambling foolishness. This is why I rarely read his blogs.

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costello 1 year, 6 months ago

I thought the boycott of Chick-Fil-A had to do with its financial support of certain organizations which were actively opposed to gay rights in some way. I'm not sure how that constitutes bullying. If a business is using part of its profits to support issues I oppose or oppose issues I support, and I feel very strongly about those issues, I'll stop going there. If I continue to spend money there, I feel like a bit of that money is going toward political and social organizations I don't agree with.

In a post-Citizens United world, I feel like where I spend my money is almost more important that who I vote for. If I can figure out which politicians and political groups company X is giving money to, I know whether I should do business with them or not. If money is speech, I want to control what I'm saying with mine.

Anyway it's still a free country, and if people don't like Chick-Fil-A - for whatever reason, they're free not to eat there.

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Fretster 1 year, 6 months ago

Good lord, what a stupid rant. Personally I am sick and tired of this idiots weblogs.

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rockchalker52 1 year, 6 months ago

Methinks you doth protest too much.

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