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Dios Mio! Gay Kiss Causes Uproar In ‘Mexican Hollywood’

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 6:02 pm - January 6, 2006.
Filed under: General

I labeled Cabo San Lucas the “Mexican Hollywood” in a somewhat snarky way. When we went on our Disney Cruise last year down the Mexican coast, it was quite obvious that Cabo was the only Mexican resort that the beautiful people in LALA land cared to put any of their money into. The rest of the Mexican coast was a rat hole. And the Left Coast Libs on our cruise didn’t even tip the poor tile maker outside Mazatlan even though he was giving away his earthenware to the greedy bastards. (I tipped him $20.)

But I digress…..

Gay Kiss In Pool Causes Stir In Mexico – Reuters

A gay kiss in a swimming pool, which two men say got them thrown out of a luxury hotel, has caused a stir in traditionally macho Mexico, where open displays of homosexuality are frowned upon.

Gerardo Eliud and his partner, Samir Habdu, told police in Los Cabos, a plush beach resort city popular with U.S. tourists, that security guards beat them up and threw them into the street with their luggage after spotting them kissing in the hotel pool in December.

But when leftist deputies demanded an investigation into the incident in Congress this week, they were angrily shouted down by legislators from other parties who argued the subject was unfit for discussion in the chamber.

Ah yes, but we all live in the terrible anti-gay fascist country of America because there is no marriage. Oooooooooooo. Remember this and who our community’s real enemies are, would you please. There is an entire worldwide movement wanting to exterminate gays. And it isn’t being led by our President.

Maybe you remember this guy?

Makes you wonder where the American gay “leaders” loyalties lie, doesn’t it? Yeah, it is sooooo terrible being gay in America, isn’t it?

-Bruce (GayPatriot)



  1. my feeling after reading the article is that unless the hotel can come up with a good explanation for all this, the gay community perhaps should consider a boycott of the hotel chain.

    I live in mexico and being beaten up and thrown out for a kiss is way beyond the pale in any of the resort areas which are indeed more tolerant than many of the smaller towns and cities etc.
    being attacked for being gay is rarer and rarer in this country, luckily.

    this action by the hotel employees really has to be explained and the hotel has to apologize. they don’t do this to straight clients for kissing or making “inappropriate advances”, I mean really…

    Comment by michael72 — January 6, 2006 @ 7:06 pm - January 6, 2006

  2. From what I’ve read this occured at the InterContinental
    Presidente Los Cabos Resort, not some hole-in-the-wall, which makes me somewhat dubious if we have all the facts. (site) The InterContinental chain is pretty-sophisticated, so I do wonder…

    Rueters reports; “… A spokesman for the hotel said it had documents and witness statements proving the couple’s version of the events was false. He insisted the hotel was gay-friendly and said the pair was thrown out for “making inappropriate advances at other guests.”…. The “real” truth probably lies somewhere in-beteen.

    As for the Chamber of Deputies, was the matter too-minor to be placed on the agenda, or was the matter too-controversial? While the gay activists might have their back-hairs-up, would people be upset of some Congressman attempted to stop House floor debate to complain about how a constitutent was treated by an Utah ski-resort? Without a better understanding of Mexican politics, let’s not read what might not actually be there. That it was presented by Mexican leftists suggests that they want to embaress the Governing Party, not seek gay-justice. Most central and south American leftists are followers of Che’ and Casto, who would kill all gays if given the opportunity.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 6, 2006 @ 7:14 pm - January 6, 2006

  3. The Mexican legislature disscussing whether or not two patrons where booted out a hotel for legitimate reasons sounds as a productive use of the taxpayers dime as Congress spending time disscussing baseball playes on steroids or oil company profits.

    Comment by republichick — January 6, 2006 @ 8:35 pm - January 6, 2006

  4. I have to tell you Bruce, I have traveled all over Mexico and have stayed at some of the most prestigious resorts on the coast. I have to say that I have found them to be quite Gay friendly and have never any sort of Gay discrimination. Perhapes some Gays should start learning how to conduct themselves in public, as well should some heterosexuals.

    Comment by Maurice Bonamigo — January 6, 2006 @ 10:28 pm - January 6, 2006

  5. To the radical Leftist nutcase homo-activists, it’s only “terrible” being gay in America when there’s a Republican in the White House. Of course, when there’s a Democrat in there, it’s all sweetness and light.

    Let’s just stop paying attention to these rambling idiots altogether. Being gay in America today is no big deal. Everybody knows that. Manufacturing outrage without any good reason is what these jerkoffs do for a living and very soon they’ll be headed the way of the Dodo bird: extinct. And here’s hoping they take the rest of the racial, ethnic, etc. “Victim pimps” with them.

    Comment by glisteny — January 7, 2006 @ 12:26 am - January 7, 2006

  6. Straw man argument superlative! While we might live in a fascist state, at least we don’t live under Shia law. The “true” enemy isn’t our own inegalitarian, anti-democratic nation, and its antirepublican government; no, it’s Muslim insurgents. (You provide a picture of Osama, but GWB has never been after him; he’s after the Iraqi insurgents, who, of course, had nothing to do with 9/11.) Of course, an “insurgent” is in the eye of the beholder. Something similar happened in the 18th century. It’s known as the American Revolution, when insurgents then said hell to British rule. But that is somehow different? So the picture of Osama is a ruse, since he is not now, nor has he ever been, the raison d’etre for the War on Terrorism in Iraq (where Osama doesn’t even reside). Ostensibly, the U.S. is in Iraq to remove WMD that don’t exist. But, whatever flimsy excuse this Administration and you attempt to foil on the rest of us, it has never been about Osama. And the choices have never been between GWB’s fascism or Islamic statehood. The issue is whether the U.S. will keep its constitutionally democratic republic, replace it with executive totalitarianism or fascism, but never about becoming an Islamic state.

    Comment by Stephen — January 7, 2006 @ 6:19 am - January 7, 2006

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