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  1. Bob says

    Unfortunately, the 400 years of oppression have created some crazy mindsets amoung some Black people.

    Pretending that a few Gay people will cause terrible damage while 50 Black kids a month are being shot in Chicago shows part of the crazy. This rally ought to be about helping Black people to have stable families.

  2. disgusted American says

    …this BS from a Man who most certainly has NEVER had to FIGHT for HIS OWN RIGHTS! He LIVES OFF the BACKS of those who Fought and DIED for HIS RIGHTS, and yes, gay people Marched for his RIGHTS…when their RIGHTS weren’t even Imagined! These jagoffs make me sick!

  3. disgusted American says

    …this BS from a Man who most certainly has NEVER had to FIGHT for HIS OWN RIGHTS! He LIVES OFF the BACKS of those who Fought and DIED for HIS RIGHTS, and yes, gay people Marched for his RIGHTS…when their RIGHTS weren’t even Imagined! These jagoffs make me sick!

  4. Dearcomrade says

    Expecting rational thought from a practitioner of magical beliefs is unrealistic. This fool and his make believe friend can go f#ck themselves.

    The equality avalanche is getting bigger everyday and there’s no stopping it.

  5. woodroad34d says

    “opted for offensive comparisons rather than rational thought”

    Absolutely. He goes with his personal feelings as though they were a Universal reality–they’re not, just his personal reality and there’s something mentally ill about that delusion.

  6. Tiger says

    It’s great that everyone thinks they’re going to come up with THE analogy of why we are wrong.

    I wish I could go back in time and support interracial bans.

  7. candideinnc says

    Self-proclaimed “pastor.” I know their bishops out there. They are the pastors who have stolen enough from their idiot flock to have gold rings on their fingers and chains on their necks. Sorry, but superstitious dumb people no longer get my sympathy. If you want to be taken by these scum, you deserve what you get.

  8. simon says

    He better keeps his mouth shut now and let the legislature do the job. If the Court has to make the decision, it probably will be just same sex marriage without “religious freedom”.

  9. paul says

    great point he makes though about biology. There are over 400 examples of different species that practice homosexuality so he is correct in saying its about biology.

    He is also correct is saying that Politicians have better things to be concerning themselves with….so perhaps if these people would stop bothering politicians about gay rights, and just let them get on with passing a equality rights so they can move onto other more pressing matters then everyone can stop holding hands in parking lots and go home.

  10. UrbanMike says

    Here is what is happening in Illinois. It’s fact. NOM has funneled about $90k to influential south side pastors who have very large congregations. They influence a lot of votes. The legislators in turn fear a primary challenge. Funded by the church. But will vote for marriage equality post filing deadline if all is clear. BUT, here is the very interesting part. The leading pastor has taken the NOM money and paid himself and friends the vast majority of the money as ‘consultants’. Little on issue advertising. The very best part? Rev. Meeks. Bishop Trotter, and Sean Howard (lobbyist) are all on the DL doin dudes. And a whole lot of people know it. You don’t need to look too far. In fact, Bishop Trotter who led anti marriage equality messaging in the Capitol rotunda this week is on record for having his security beat up his ‘former’ wife. . That’s right.

    So might I suggest readers ask the Chicago Tribune,Chicago Suntimes, and other national publications to expose the enormous hypocrisy of both the spending by NOM, and the phony hypocrites pocketing their cash.

    And get on with the business of equality for all.

  11. emjayay says

    Hey Apostle, let’s discuss what the Bible really says about bible-based marriage.

    If you haven’t seen Betty Bowers America’s Best Christian explain it, click on the above. Or what the heck watch it again.

  12. @DAN COBB says

    @DAN COBB – Amazing how so many gays claim to be discriminated against but the first thing you bring up is this mans color. Would this have been said if the pastor where white? NO. As for you Dan Cobb, I’m sure your parents revet the day they decided to get drunk and have sex. You have been their greatest disappointment, their ultimate failure as human beings and parents.

  13. MIke says

    “””@DAN COBB – Amazing how so many gays claim to be discriminated against but the first thing you bring up is this mans color. Would this have been said if the pastor where white? NO.”””

    How stupid are you people? Do some research about the family unit and black or white or brown.

    Pointing out facts is RAAAAAACCISSSTTTTTTT!??

  14. Frank says

    The fast of the matter is that whenever a black person does anything anti-gay, without fail, I can almost always count on gay people to attribute it to their color and not other factors such as their conservative religious background.

  15. doug105 says

    A local pastor compares gay parents like me to “five-year-olds who think they can drive cars.”

    Well isn’t the special coming from a grown man that still follows his imaginary friend around.

  16. says

    Thanks for the info “URBANMIKE.” Not at all surprised.

    As for the knees jerking round here, one black idiot doesn’t speak for all black people. Indeed he doesn’t speak for all black idiots.

    The list of overwhelmingly important out and proud African-Americans is long.

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