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Ellen DeGeneres: There is no ‘pro-gay bandwagon’

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  1. Very well said Ellen. This is why we love you so much!!

  2. Nice job, Ellen. She is a great ambassador for us. As for the “million moms” (unproven number) I am guessing at more like a dozen vinegary old crows who are really angry about something (but are not sure what) and just need some HRT and a bl00dy hobby.

  3. Robert in S. Kensington 8 Feb 2012, 12:28pm

    Well said, Ellen. You’re a fine example of humanity, unlike the 1 million bigoted mothers. Heaven help their children if they turn out ot be gay.

  4. jamestoronto 8 Feb 2012, 12:58pm

    Good work Ellen. Hers is the only ‘talk’ show I watch. She’ a great ambassador and a fine role model – although she probably doesn’t see herself as either.

  5. Adore Ellen

  6. Smart and kind woman, never heard her say anything bad about anyone.
    Those one million bigots should watch her show some time and they might learn something

  7. I used to eat breakfast in a local restaurant, and every morning when Ellen’s show came on an old man would get up and change the channel.

    He would not watch the show he had tuned in, and after a while I realized he was just “turning off Ellen” because he was bigoted.

    One morning he started to turn her off and I spoke up and said:

    “Howard, if you touch that channel I will break both your legs, you bigoted old man.”

    He sat down, and I told him in no uncertain terms that if I ever saw him change that channel again when Helen was on he would be very sorry.

    It was the first time I ever came out to anyone but my friends.

  8. Hating Ellen Degeneres is like kicking a puppy. She is never horrible about anyone and she never fights fire with fire.

    I wish I had a personality and a mind like hers. She dances like a fool and pretends to be stupid for comic affect (effect?) but she is so much cleverer than most people, especially her detractors.

  9. you may not be able to believe it but I’m an Iranian-some one who supposed to be some kind of terrorist- and I support Ellen, and I support her like crazy.

    1. Who exactly thinks you are “some kind of terrorist”?

      1. I don’t think he someone has said it to his face. But we know how people can be. You get some extremist ho kill in the name of religion and bigots will tar all Muslims etc with the same brush when we know damn well that there are millions of Muslims who are kind and caring people. Much like there are homophobic bigots who blame ALL gays for aids, even though the hetero have done their fair share.

  10. This proof that the Christians are using black propaganda to try and destroy gays. The Christians make up false information to harm the gay rights movement like getting marriage for all LGBT people. Expose the Christians for who they are when they say false things and make up lies to harm gays everywhere. Expose them and their people who help them and where they are and pass the information on to all LGBT people so they know who these people are and who to look out for.

  11. Love Ellen! And how dare this hateful organisation dare to speak for mothers, lesbians have kids too!

  12. A bland US talkshow like any other bland US talk show.

    JC Penny is another soulless morqally bankrupt US corporation like any other soulless US corporation. Being their ‘spokesperson’ is not something to be proud of.

    March 1, 2003
    The Guardian
    David Fickling

    When Thanh Nguyen was offered the chance to quit her poorly paid factory job in Vietnam and work in one of America’s Pacific territories, she saw it as an easy way to a good income. Instead she found herself in a brutal sweatshop where workers were beaten and starved while they made designer clothes for the US retail giants Sears and JC Penney.

    Last week a court in Washington found Thanh’s Korean boss, Lee Kil-soo, guilty of human trafficking in what the US attorney general, John Ashcroft, described as “nothing less than modern-day slavery”.

  13. Well said Ellen Degenerate, you F’ing moron

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