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Friday, November 14, 2008

Shame On Whom?

Here is a collection of clippings from the past week that illustrate the tolerance, open-mindedness and political sensibility of the leftist gay mafia and Hollywood elite.

"Decisions by voters in Florida, Arizona and California to join residents of 27 other states with constitutional protections for traditional marriage have prompted threats of violence against Christians and their churches." — WorldNetDaily, Nov. 5

"Here we just had a giant step toward equality and then on the very next day, we took a giant step away." — Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen DeGeneres Show web log, Nov. 6

"The demonstration began outside the temple in the Westwood section of Los Angeles and noisily spilled through the western side of the city, with chants of 'Separate church and state' and 'What do we want? Equal rights.' Some protesters waved signs saying 'No on H8' or 'I didn't vote against your marriage,' and many equated the issue with the civil rights struggle." — Associated Press, Nov. 7

"Outside the Los Angeles temple Thursday, dozens of protesters screamed 'Bigots' and 'Shame on You' at half a dozen men in button-down shirts and ties who looked out at the demonstration from behind the temple's closed gates." — Los Angeles Times, Nov. 7

"'I think it's discrimination,' [pop star Christina] Aguilera said in a Thursday interview with MTV News. 'I don't understand how people can be so close-minded and so judgmental. We chose an African-American president who means so much in a time in history of great change and open-mindedness. Why is this any different? It just doesn't make sense to me.'" — Associated Press, Nov. 7

"I think that we will again maybe undo that, if the court is willing to do that, and then move forward from there and again lead in that area." — Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on CNN, Nov. 8

"More than 2,000 gay rights protesters marched on a Mormon temple in Los Angeles on Thursday…. Brian Lindsey held up a sign billing Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of the Latter Day Saints, as a 'prophet, polygamist, paedophile.' Hundreds of others simply chanted: 'Mormon scum.' — The Independent, Nov. 8

"What if somebody passed a law that said you couldn’t marry?" — Keith Olbermann on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Nov. 10

"70% of black church going californians who voted this cycle voted for prop 8. As they overwhelmingly supported America's first chance to elect a person of color and strike a death blow to racism, they also went out of their way to misuse their votes (no doubt at the behest of their immoral and hateful pastors and clergy) to isolate and punish a small minority of citizens, and to deny them basic civil rights…. They voted to destroy the constitution that Obama will hopefully uphold against their wishes, by making sure that church and state remain separated…. REPENT all ye bible blabbers!!!! babble on babylon" — Roseanne Barr, on her Roseanne World blog, Nov. 10

"A boycott of the [California Musical Theatre] was called Tuesday by some in the national arts community when news broke that [the theater's artistic director, Scott] Eckern contributed $1,000 to the Yes on Proposition 8 campaign, which supported the ban on gay marriage." — Sacramento Business Journal, Nov. 12

"Protesters who entered the Creyts Road church along with worshippers surprised the congregation when they stood up during the service, threw fliers at churchgoers and shouted slogans such as 'It's OK to be gay,' and 'Jesus was a homo,' according to David Williams, communications director at the church." — Lansing State Journal, Nov. 12

"Prop 8 reaction? Book of Mormon set ablaze on church door step" — headline, Associated Press reporting from Littleton, Colorado, Nov. 12

"Letters containing a suspicious white powder were sent Thursday to Mormon temples in Los Angeles and Salt Lake City that were the sites of protests against the church's support of California's gay marriage ban." — Associated Press, Nov. 14

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