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Old 02-06-2011, 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Spiritwalker View Post
I agree with the sentiment...

But If the neo-Nazi's had food provided to them by Pizza Hut... (anyone remember Pizza Inn?) at one of there gatherings... I understand why someone looking for a reason to complain about.. could complain.. just trying to make a fire... when there most likely isn't even any smoke.

seems like one of their independent owners prolly provided food cause either that person.. or knew a person that supports an anti gay agenda...
Well, that's only a bad thing depending on what you define as an "anti-gay agenda." Homosexuality is a sin, thus every Christian MUST be anti-sin thus, by extension, anti-gay. If you are not, then you can't be a Christian, plain and simple. However, it has absolutely nothing to do with hate or intolerance. Nothing at all.

Now if this was a group of people getting together to plan lynchings and attacks on gay people, that would be a different story. However, they were simply fellow Americans who were assembling peacefully to discuss their beliefs and opinions, some of which happened to involve gay marriage. That's the freedom that America was founded upon and the very freedom that the pro-gay movement wants to stifle. Marriage has never been a right guaranteed by the Constitution. So, the only people in this scenario who are infringing upon anyone's Constitutional rights are the Gay Rights activists.
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