Saturday, July 23, 2005

And now for a little perspective...

As a Christian, I often hear that I am intolerant of homosexuals and "homophobic" because I don't believe the state should codify same-sex marriage in law.

Here's my definition of homophobic:
GayPatriot: "Now wait just a minute.... the Human Rights Campaign and National Gay & Lesbian Task Force have drilled it into my head that the biggest immediate threat to my safety and security is President Bush, Dick Cheney, Rick Santorum and the lack of gay marriage in the USA!!!

You mean they don't know that the Islamist terrorists are waging war against Western society? Why haven't they told me that Islamists hate gay people? What is their position on the War on Terror aside from marching with anti-American, anti-Western, anti-war groups like A.N.S.W.E.R.?

Oh... and has HRC and NGLTF heard about the hanging of two Iranian gay men earlier this week? Or are they too consumed with their pro-abortion agenda and opposition of Supreme Court nominee [INSERT NAME HERE]?"

Click the link to see pictures of the poor young men who were hanged.

If you call someone like me homophobic and intolerant, you cheapen the horror of real intolerance. Only in the peace and pluralism of modern America could someone like me be called intolerant because I don't want to extend Government sanction to same-sex marriage.

1 comment:

chris said...

Hey Ryan! Looks good. I look forward to checking in regularly.


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