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Tony Dungy Fails to Extravagantly Praise Gay Football Player; Lefties Attack

Former Colts coach Tony Dungy recently did the worst thing you can do in Obama’s America: He made a commonsense statement that accurately reflected reality.

“I wouldn’t have taken him,’’ said former Bucs and Colts coach Tony Dungy, now an analyst for NBC. “Not because I don’t believe Michael Sam should have a chance to play, but I wouldn’t want to deal with all of it.

Predictably, the left responded with hate, outrage, and f-word-laced commentary.

Tony Dungy didn’t say anything about Michael Sam’s sexuality; just that the media circus surrounding him wad disruptive and that the symbol he represented to the gay activist left would make it impossible to treat him like any other player.

And, by going absolutely nanners because Dungy didn’t say Michael Sam is the greatest athlete ever … the left is pretty much proving Dungy right.

3%

Posted by V the K at 12:16 pm - July 15, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

According to Right Wing Homophobic Zealots the Centers for Disease Control, teh gheys make up <3% of the American populace.

Less than 3 percent of the U.S. population identify themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday in the first large-scale government survey measuring Americans’ sexual orientation.

The National Health Interview Survey, which is the government’s premier tool for annually assessing Americans’ health and behaviors, found that 1.6 percent of adults self-identify as gay or lesbian, and 0.7 percent consider themselves bisexual.

And yet, society must be completely restructured, traditional institutions abolished and civil liberties tossed in the rubbish bin in order accommodate this <3%.

No, Gay Lefties, Hobby Lobby Is not Stoning Gay People to Death

Posted by V the K at 9:47 am - July 4, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

Daily Currant published a story, “Managers at a Hobby Lobby store in Arkansas stoned to death an employee today for being gay.” And apparently, a lot of idiot lefties thought it was a real thing. [Link here, but warning, if you click it, there is an incredibly obnoxious autoplay commercial embedded in the site.]

“I think the big question here is… Who gave them the right to judge anyone that is only god’s right people!!!” one person said.

Added another: “That is still murder i dont care what your reglion is so people can kill other people and just says my reglion told me to do it.”

IIRC, Daily Currant was also where the story about Mitt Romney seeking to outlaw tampons got started. But considering this is exactly what their political masters on the left condition them to believe … that conservative Christians really do want to oppress women and kill all the gays… they can’t be blamed entirely.

But they can be blamed mostly for being idiotic enough to believe this garbage.

Reactions to the Gay Whopper [Viddy]

Posted by V the K at 2:40 pm - July 3, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America,Gay Culture

I’m not sure whether it’s gay thing or a San Francisco thing, but either way, I feel like there is no reason to be proud to be associated with any of these people.

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And just by the way, we are *not* “all the same on the inside,” whatever that means.

Hat Tip: Weasel Zippers

Do you think Burger King would ever release a “Second Amendment Whopper,” or a “Choose Life Whopper?” I am guessing… not.

Burger King Selling Gay Whopper

Posted by V the K at 10:56 pm - July 1, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America,Gay Culture

Remind me again how gays are shamefully oppressed in our culture and have to hide because there is no support for their lifestyle choices.

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Update: That Gay Burger King Whopper thing reminds Ace of a time when people used to joke about such things.

Gay Pride Parade’s Tasteful JFK Tribute

Posted by V the K at 8:47 am - July 1, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America,Gay Culture

Does anyone know where this was taken? I feel like it may have crossed a line.

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Rural 1950′s Father Didn’t Beat His Gay Son to Death

Posted by V the K at 5:43 pm - June 29, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

I often think that maybe the by-gone eras lefties mock derisively and constantly shriek that Republicans want to return us to… really weren’t the non-stop horror show the left makes them out to be.

In the 1950s in rural Washington, a teenage boy learned an important lesson about self-acceptance. Patrick Haggerty, now 70, didn’t know he was gay at the time, but says his father knew what direction he was headed. …

“Now, I’m gonna tell you something today, and you might not know what to think of it now, but you’re gonna remember when you’re a full-grown man: Don’t sneak. Because if you sneak, like you did today, it means you think you’re doing the wrong thing. And if you run around spending your whole life thinking that you’re doing the wrong thing, then you’ll ruin your immortal soul.”

“And out of all the things a father in 1959 could have told his gay son, my father tells me to be proud of myself and not sneak,” Haggerty says.

CNBC Outs Apple CEO?

Posted by V the K at 10:13 pm - June 27, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

Oh, my

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This Should Stir the Pot a Bit

Posted by V the K at 3:12 pm - June 10, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America,Gay Culture

John Hawkins at Town Hall (yeah, Town Hall, set Ad Blockers to Maximum) has a piece called “5 Truths You’re Not Allowed To Say About Gays In America.” Which seems like a topic with some potential to evoke discourse. So, here are the short versions:

  1. You can’t change your gender.
  2. Some people do choose to be gay.
  3. Conversion therapy is a good thing if people want it.
  4. Gay bullies have become commonplace in America.
  5. Gay scoutmasters would be more likely to molest Boy Scouts.

Let’s see. 1. I guess that depends on the meaning of “change” and “gender.” 2. Well, obviously, remember Anne Heche? 3. I would say “can be” rather than “is.” 4. Well, duh, using power to harass and humiliate those who don’t have power is the very definition of bullying and power is what the gay activist left is all about. 5. At a literal level this is true; he’s not saying it’s inevitable that a gay scoutmaster would molest a Boy Scout, but there is certainly a higher likelihood of it that with a scoutmaster who’s not into dudes at all.

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Ex-CNN Employee Claims He Was Fired for Being Gay

Posted by V the K at 9:05 am - May 23, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

CNN — home of very silly gay reporter Chris Lemon — claims the network fired him for being gay, and he is suing for $60 Million.

A former CNN employee claims he was fired because he’s gay and wore bright colors and mariachi outfits to work that were deemed “too flamboyant,” according to a $60 million discrimination lawsuit.

William Kane, who started working at CNN in 2002, claims nobody at the news network ever informed him of a dress code or complained about the hot pink designer shirt he wore in his employee ID photo. Nor did he get any guff for the bright red track jacket, neon green soccer jersey or yellow track suit, with matching shoes and hat, that he wore at other times.

Come on, I’ve been known to go out in public wearing a Red Wings jersey and Bermuda shorts, and even I know those are fashion no-no’s. Is it possible they fired him because his outfits were causing epileptics to have seizures?

Not like Mr. Kane is a major drama queen or anything.

“I feel like the Rosa Parks of CNN.”

Nope, not delusional at all.

Obama Administration Ignores Armed Forces Day; Panders to LGBT Instead

Posted by V the K at 11:29 pm - May 17, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

Saturday was Armed Forces Day. But instead of expressing gratitude to the men and women who serve in uniform, the Obama Administration chose to honor ‘Pander to Gay Victimhood Day,’ a.k.a. ‘International Day Against Homophobia Or Transphobia.’ In addition to the Administration’s usual policy tools of Tweets and #Hashtags, U.S. Embassy in non-Muslim countries were instructed to raise rainbow flags in gratitude to wealthy gays and lesbians who donate so generously to the Democrat Party.

Meanwhile, George W. Bush attended a ceremony recognizing Medal of Honor Recipients.

Gay Horse Owners Denied “Michael Sam moment”

Posted by V the K at 8:25 pm - May 17, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America

Kid Cruz did not win the Preakness; which spared America the sight of the two middle-aged gay dudes who own the horse going all Michael Sam in the winner’s circle.

Brandt, 56, and Boylan, 57, who live in St. Pete Beach, Fla., are partners in Vina Del Mar Thoroughbreds, a small stable. They married in Washington, D.C., in 2010 after a long relationship.

“I thought. ‘Well, I don’t know what I’m going to do if we win. I might kiss him, and the cameras will be there, and we’ll have our own Michael Sam moment. I can only hope.’ ”

Oprah Making Documentary on the Most Important Figure of the 21st Century

Posted by V the K at 8:19 am - May 15, 2014.
Filed under: Gay America,Gay PC Silliness

Oh, Good Lord,

Oprah Winfrey’s OWN cable network announced Wednesday it’s creating a docuseries that will follow Michael Sam, the first openly gay man drafted to the National Football League, as he starts his career with the St. Louis Rams.

“We are honored that Michael is trusting us with his private journey in this moment that has not only made history but will shape it forever,” said Winfrey.

All because of his awesome achievement of being gay.

Do you think he’ll be Time’s Person of the Year? Nobel Peace Prize, maybe? They’ve been given away for less.

GLAAD Are Just Terrible People

Fresh from its “victory” over Duck Dynasty, the Fascist, Christian-Hating Bully-Boys and Bully-Womyn of GLAAD successfully threatened and intimidated old comedian Bob Newhart into canceling a scheduled appearance for a group of Catholic Businessmen. Ace comments:

GLAAD demands that Christians (fundmentalists, Catholics, those who believe in the inerrancy of the Bible) renounce a core part of their selves in order to join polite society. If they refuse, they will be excluded from society, by use of social pressure to harass, insult, humiliate, ostracize, and economically marginalize those Christians who do not fall into line.

Is GLAAD’s position so weak, so intellectually indefensible, that it cannot prevail in reasoned debate, and therefore all opposition must be bullied into silence? This is how America becomes divided and balkanized; because groups like GLAAD make civil disagreement impossible. “I disagree with what you say, but I will fight for our right to say it,” has become, “I disagree with what you say, and I will fight to see that you lose your job for saying it.”

And some will say, “Well, it’s all right, because the Government isn’t doing it, it’s just a private group.” No, it’s just technically legal for a private group to do it, that doesn’t make it right. The end result is a divided nation where civil debate is impossible.

Democrats Think in Stereotypes

Imagine if an Obamacare Advocacy Group (i.e., liberal Democrats) put out an ad promoting Obamacare to blacks that featured black men and women eating fried chicken and watermelon while singing a hymn to Obamacare set to the tune of “Camptown Races.”

Imagine if an Obamacare Advocacy Group put out an ad promoting Obamacare to Hispanics that featured Hispanic men and women driving around in low-riders and picking lettuce while singing a hymn to Obamacare set to the tune of “La Cucaracha.”

Now, with those thoughts in mind, ponder this ad put together by an Obamacare advocacy group to promote Obamacare to Teh Gheys.

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Hipster in a Onesie – The New Face of Obamacare

Posted by V the K at 9:08 am - December 18, 2013.
Filed under: Era of Obamacare,Gay America

Sorry, fellas. He’s taken.

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The Federalist has a hilarious rundown of the mockery this latest Obamacare Propaganda inspired. My personal favorite after the break:

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Boehner rejects ENDA

Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 12:55 pm - November 5, 2013.
Filed under: Free Enterprise,Gay America,Gay Victimization

From Reuters:

House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner on Monday opposed a bill to ban workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, dimming the chances of the White House-backed measure becoming law.

“The speaker believes this legislation will increase frivolous litigation and cost American jobs, especially small business jobs,” Boehner’s spokesman Michael Steel said in a statement.

Your thoughts on this topic are welcome in the comments. Here are mine. I agree that ENDA should be rejected, for the following reasons.

CA has had an anti-gay discrimination law for decades, which I supported, only then to see it mis-used. Without getting into details, I saw one friend use it to shake down employer after employer every couple of years, as each new one found out that he wasn’t a very good employee (regardless of his being gay). I also saw a good person suffer an anti-gay discrimination lawsuit whose allegations were wholly, boldly invented. (The suit failed in the end, but the lengthy process itself was a form of harm.)

Perhaps there are real cases of discrimination against good employees that these laws help to redress; but I’ve seen more that these laws empower lawyers – and grifters, liars and con artists. The broader point would be that these laws violate rights to property and to free association.

Just as an employee should be free to quit and move on to any employer who may want them, an employer should be free to fire any employee who works for them. The employer-employee relationship should be a private relationship between consenting adults; a relationship that either side can end at will. Laws which burden/restrict that are laws which violate people’s rights, opening the door to injustices of the kind I’ve outlined (and more).

Now, the reasons for opposing anti-discrimination laws (which might better be called “lawyer empowerment laws”) that I’ve just laid out, are not gay-specific. They work against these laws in general. Catching onto that, some people will respond: OK, but we do have these laws covering race, gender, religion, national origin, age, etc…why not add sexual orientation? As a longtime believer in equality-before-the-law for gays and straights, I don’t think that’s a terrible response. I am sympathetic to it.

But I keep coming back to the fact that two wrongs don’t make a right. That we have these laws to begin with, is a wrong; and we won’t escape the wrongness by broadening these laws to cover more and more categories. We should be looking, if anything, to reduce the categories.

RELATED (from Dan):  I had been planning on post on ENDA largely along the lines of the arguments Walter Olson makes here.  Just read the whole thing.

(And from Jeff): The heart of Olson’s argument is his last paragraph:

…At what point do we say no to future demands that protected-group status be accorded to employees based on political and controversial systems of belief, physical appearance (the “looksism” issue), family responsibilities, résumé gaps because of unemployment or other reasons, or use of lawful products or engagement in lawful activities in off hours—to name just a few…? If we say yes to all, we introduce a new presumption—familiar from the prevailing labor law in parts of Europe—that no employer should be free to terminate or take other “adverse action” against an employee without being prepared to show good cause to a judge. That is exactly the goal of some thinkers on the Left, but it should appall believers in a free economy.

Great point. ENDA is, in the end, just the next small step in the Left’s incremental strategy to make a society where no economic actions are private or unfettered; the politicians, judges, lawyers and bureaucrats rule all.

Matthew Shepard Martyrdom Story Gets Snoped

Matthew Shepard was a gay 21 year old college student, who was beaten to death in a terrible hate crime because… homophobia.

Status: False.

Stephen Jiminez – not a right-wing Christian apologist, but a gay investigative journalist who values the truth above ‘The Narrative’ – has published a book: The Book of Matt: Hidden Truths About the Murder of Matthew Shepard.

Shepard’s tragic and untimely demise may not have been fueled by his sexual orientation, but by drugs. For Shepard had likely agreed to trade methamphetamines for sex. And it killed him.

And for daring to undercut the narrative with inconvenient little things called “facts,” Jiminez has been vilified by those who profit from promoting a narrative of imaginary hate.

The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hatewatch blog recently accused Jimenez of serving as a lapdog of “right-wing pundits, radio hosts and bloggers.” In Washington, DC, gay activists pestered bookstores to cancel Jimenez’s appearances.

In a world with a properly functioning moral compass, Matt Shepard’s story would be a cautionary tale with the moral: “Don’t leave a bar with strangers to have sex and do drugs.”

But in the twisted world where only ‘The Narrative’ matters, Shepard was a complete innocent whose death is useful in villainizing people who had absolutely nothing to do with it.

Fun Obamacare ad hits college campuses

Generation Opportunity, “a free-thinking, liberty-loving, national organization of young people”, has set up OptOut.org to let young people know that they needn’t (and probably shouldn’t) sign up for Obamacare. Their current ad for young women:

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(Male version, here.)

Now for the ‘media bias’ angle. I learned about this from Yahoo! which, naturally, has titled their article “Creepy Obamacare ad hits college campuses”.

In other words: Even after all the government-spying scandals, Big Government-run health care (that costs a young woman far more than she’ll get from it, despite the fine they’ll extort for her saying ‘no’) still doesn’t strike Yahoo! News as creepy. But ads against it, they’ll suggestively title as ‘creepy’.

FROM THE COMMENTS (thank you Kurt): Get ready for Obama(care) to ask detailed questions about your sex life. Umm…I thought that was only supposed to happen under the Religious Reich Theocracy that the Left always warns us against?

The president’s “reforms” aim to turn doctors into government agents, pressuring them financially to ask questions they consider inappropriate and unnecessary…

Doctors and hospitals who don’t comply with the federal government’s electronic-health-records requirements forgo incentive payments…

…the new requirements are turning it “into an interrogation, and the data will not be confidential.” Lack of confidentiality is what concerned the New York Civil Liberties Union in a 2012 report…

Privacy and confidentiality will just be for the rich:

The administration is ignoring [various] protests from privacy advocates. On Jan. 17, HHS announced patients who want to keep something out of their electronic record should pay cash.

“Thanks, Obama!”

New Mexico gets it wrong

Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 3:17 pm - August 25, 2013.
Filed under: Equality (Real or Faux?),Freedom,Gay America,Gay Marriage

Via Ace and Breitbart, NM’s Supreme Court has ruled that New Mexico law compels photographers who religiously disbelieve in gay marriage to serve gay weddings.

If the law does: Then it’s a bad law, a law that violates natural human rights to freedom of association and to freely-chosen work. It is not good for gays; picture a gay photographer being required by law to serve the wedding of some social conservative whom he or she despises.