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US: Anti-gay group compares Supreme Court DOMA ruling to Pearl Harbour

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  1. Thus degrading and denigrating all those lives lost in order to try and “point score” for their foul little desert djinn (felt the same way when the women of Texas protesting abortion law were called “terrorists” – Not only wrongful, but a slap in the face for those who actually suffered)

    Disgusting, shameful, and exactly what I expect from those drooling imbeciles.

  2. Saying gay sex is unnatural is the most pathetic attempt for grasping at straws. Do you know what else is unnatural? The internet, funny how religion says nothing about that. If you’re going to create an argument then you’ve got to come up with something better than “it’s unnatural”. Pathetic.

  3. *YAWN* these people really are getting tiresome.

  4. Robert A. Cuthbertson, M.D> 2 Jul 2013, 2:52pm

    Again the religious right flapping their vocal cords without doing any homework or understanding history. Truly same-sex marriage was recognized during the Middle Ages..sponsored by the popes when they blessed such marriages of knights to each other or to serfs…who owned so much property and gold the RCC did not want to lose that land or money. Then La Palud changed the future with his lecture on marriage… You will find priests did NOT marry people..they only wrote down the “agreement”…the sacrament of marriage was an afterthought.

    1. But they have no interest in understanding history.

      What they do have an interest in is opposing and obstructing any federal protections for LGBT people because if the law changed to make LGBT people a protected class the “social benefit” requirement of the 501(c) “Charitable” status would be defeated and they would lose their tax benefits and the large salaries they pay themselves.

      These groups are hate for hire, enabled by a defective system of charity legislation, blowing their dog whistles of hate to get the stupid to send them money, which goes to salary and “running costs”.

      The truth isn’t a factor here, or anything else other than the almighty dollar.

  5. Robert in S. Kensington 2 Jul 2013, 3:16pm

    What is ‘decent’ about the ADA, what a joke! Demented religious freaks and other like-minded loons should be sectioned.

  6. You do not know what you are talking about so until you do, go away and live your hate filled lives with your father of lies the Devil.

  7. Jock S. Trap 2 Jul 2013, 3:54pm

    Kenneth Williams springs to mind…

    “Infamy, Infamy, they’ve all got it Infamy!”

    My, my ain’t they victims… Not!!

  8. Jock S. Trap 2 Jul 2013, 3:58pm

    The American Decency Association (ADA) has also published a separate column calling gay sex “disgusting”

    Well stop thinking about it then.

    Seriously and they say it’s us without morals.

  9. That There Other David 2 Jul 2013, 3:59pm

    It’s getting harder and harder not to just point and laugh at these people now. Must try and remember that there are some serious opponents to marriage equality, and not just total loons. Otherwise who knows what they might get up to once we’re complacent…

  10. I don’t wish to offend anyone but the US education system, specifically the way they teach History, logic and reasoning, must be completely sh¡t.

    1. The Republican party in Texas included this statement in the platform it campaigned on: “We oppose the teaching of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) (values clarification), critical thinking skills and similar programs that are simply a relabeling of Outcome-Based Education (OBE) (mastery learning) which focus on behavior modification and have the purpose of challenging the student’s fixed beliefs and undermining parental authority.”

      Plus, the have a nasty habit of re-writing the history books. So, yeah, you’re not far off for a fair few US students.

  11. All of a sudden a new group – the reason they try to change their name or create a subsidiary is they know they are losing and losing donations

    Too bad we cant make a deal with comrade putin

    He allows gays to march etc and we grab a bunch of these walking pieces of feces and ship them to the russian gulag.

  12. Luanna Neal 3 Jul 2013, 9:48am

    These American Decency people spend more time thinking and talking about gay sex than any LGBTQ person, including myself, that I know. Don’t they have jobs to go to, families to feed, bills to pay? They must all be petty, depressed, and living in the doldrums to spend so much time making trouble for their fellow LGBTQ Americans. I truly feel sorry for people who are so afraid to look at and deal with their own lives that they have to go hunting down others to attempt to destroy our lives. I am very thankful that my queer life is so full and happy, so full of love and peace. I could never live with the hatred these ADA people carry in them. Some lean on the Bible, but it is so obvious they never heard of Jesus or read of His life. I could never subscribe to a religion that holds hate and persecution as their truth, one that wants their members shamed and filled with guilt for simply existing. I am so grateful I was born a lesbian – and a PROUD one at that!

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