Friday, June 29, 2007

What does this have to do with Hate Crimes???

Question: Have they no decency? The American Family Association, Focus on the Family, and other "pro-family" groups have been lying right and left far right about proposed hate crimes legislation, claiming such would prevent their right to preach against homosexuality. These pro-family groups will keep bearing false witness just so they can get their little cruel plan to succeed. I guess they don't think the First Amendment protects all speech including religious speech, but they don't care about that. They want to keep the hate crimes federal law a special club, and i guess we don't qualify on their terms. Well, this country doesn't legislate bias religious views.

So how low can they go? Well if you call running a three different newspapers ad in and around a Virginia town.

Ok, what does this have to do with hate crimes laws? Nothing! These Cafeteria Christians[my new nickname for these types] are desperate, and seem to NOT have faith in their beloved President Bush.It's intersting they say "[t]he proposed law would make it a crime to preach on Romans Chapter 1 or I Corinthians Chapter 6. Or even to discuss them in a Sunday School class." Huh? I never read that nowhere in the bill. These arguments have are baseless. These some cripple-thinking-hypocrites who have NO shame in their game. I already cover those two bible verse their mentioning, so whatever! If you tell a lie enough, it becomes a form of truth. Doesn't it say "thou shalt not lie"? I tell you, these Christian values are knew to me. I wonder what Christ would say about these 21 Century Pharisees? After looking at that ad, you can't get any lower than that, or can you?


Anonymous said...

Don't be foolish.

Justice MH said...

@Captain: You have been foolish since you believe in ex-gay myths.

Foolishness is your thing. I'm just the one who's doesn't believe bullshit.

Know thy self! Do not ignorant of yourself!

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as "ex-gay myths"...if so, prove it. You say, "know thyself", but what road should one follow?