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Queers attack Mormons for CA passing Prop 8

Nothing says “we’re just like everyone else” quite like attacking churches, religious people, and normal Americans.  From FNC:

In the nearly four weeks since Election Day, gay activists and thousands of their supporters have rallied outside Mormon temples around the country, protesting the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints’ support for California’s Proposition 8, the ballot initiative to make same-sex marriage illegal in the Golden State.

There have been calls to boycott the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah; some activists have called for a boycott of the entire state of Utah. Protesters have defaced some church buildings, and in Arapaho County, Colo., the Sheriff’s Office is investigating a possible hate crime — the torching of the Book of Mormon on a church’s doorstep.

Even the state of California itself has announced that it is investigating the church’s involvement in Proposition 8, which was approved by a vote of 52 percent to 48 percent and, barring a Supreme Court overturn, will ban gay marriage in the state.

There have been no other reports of backlash against other groups that supported Prop 8, notably African-Americans and other churches and religious denominations that turned out in heavy numbers to push through the ban.

Exit polls after the Nov. 4 vote showed that 70 percent of black voters and more than half of Latino voters voted yes on Prop 8. About two-thirds of self-identified Christians supported the ban, and married voters and parents also showed strong support. The Knights of Columbus, the Catholic Church and evangelical groups in the state also urged for a ban on gay marriage.

So why is the Mormon Church the only target?

It’s because of the money, says Evan Wolfe, executive director of Freedom to Marry, a New York-based group that supports same-sex marriage.

“The Mormon Church hierarchy led the way on this attack on gay families and the California constitution,” Wolfe said. “They provided more than half of the funding. They provided the ground troops and were a major political force in a way that no other group was. …”

Let’s cut to the chase and call it like it is: these drama queens are nothing more than lily-livered cowards.  I mean, this right here says it all:

Lorri Jean, CEO of the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center, wrote on the organization’s Web site that she doesn’t blame African-Americans or minority groups for the passage of Prop. 8. 

Why not “blame them”?  Why would you not blame the acutal people who voted on the matter?  Why attack a religious organization (Mormons) that has little influence in a gi-normous leftist state like CA?  If you really believe that Mormons drive policy decisions in Californiastan, I’ve got some prime beachfront property in Oklahoma I’d like to sell you.

Virtually all groups of people who voted “No” on Prop 8 would fight back (many with force) against the queer lobby’s heavy-handed tactics.  Mormons won’t.  These sissies know that, so they throw their limp-wristed temper tantrums with impunity.  Sad and pathetic.  May God have mercy on their depraved souls.

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December 2, 2008 - Posted by | California, Christianity, gay, shameful

9 Comments »

  1. Why would you not blame the acutal people who voted on the matter?

    Simple — Because they know if they protest outside the black or hispanic churches, they’re going to get their collective gay butts kicked!

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | December 2, 2008

  2. the mormons (not even CA-based ones) put a lot of money to fight this which paid for all the misleading television ads that wouldn’t have aired otherwise. kind of hypocritical from a religion that doesn’t exactly set the traditional marriage example.

    Comment by jen | December 2, 2008

  3. Nice try Jen. There doesn’t, didn’t need to be “misleading television ads” to tell the California people that gay marriage is an abomonation. It didn’t take an advertisement to convince people this is wrong. Face the fact that most people in the United States do not find the concept of gay marriage to be acceptable, or even tolerable. Civil unions have not and do not meet the type of resistance in this country that gay marriage does. Why? Because the vast majority of Americans are tolerable, and are willing to say it’s okay if you want to live together, take each other as lovers, and expect some type of civil pritection, i.e. insurance, medical decision making, etc. But the majority of Americans – whilte, black, hispanic, asian, you name it – find the concept of marriage to be between homosexuals as wrong. “misleading ads” did not lead to this opinion in the American people’s psyche. Yeah…let’s through the old “hypocrite” label out there…takes away the focus from the fact that gays are very intolerant people…if they’re opinion isn’t the same as ours.

    Comment by Hardcore | December 2, 2008

  4. except the misleading ads weren’t about gay marriage – they said that proposition 8 would force teachers to teach about it in schools or something, which is untrue.

    i find the whole thing to be ridiculous – why should anyone get to decide what other people can do? why should the majority dictate the rights (or in this case, take away the rights) of a minority? i am sure all the black people who voted against it felt differently back when it was interracial marriage we were dealing with and voting on. marriage is a religious institution so take that word out of it. just allow for civil unions and if gay people have their church that would perform a religious ceremony for them if they want, great.

    Comment by jen | December 2, 2008

  5. “Except the misleading ads weren’t about gay marriage – they said that proposition 8 would force teachers to teach about it in schools or something, which is untrue.”
    Uh, wrong, Here’s why:

    “…I find the whole thing to be ridiculous – why should anyone get to decide what other people can do?…”
    Good question in light of the previous video link I just posted. Why is a father put in jail for defending his children, what they learn and when they learn it?

    “…Why should the majority dictate the rights (or in this case, take away the rights) of a minority?…”
    Welcome to democracy, though you must realize we are a democratic republic that is governed by laws, not the majority.
    “…Marriage is a religious institution so take that word out of it. Just allow for civil unions and if gay people have their church that would perform a religious ceremony for them if they want, great…”
    Hello, California does recognize civil unions. In fact, Prop 8 did not enhance any rights or privileges; it only provided for the title of marriage.

    Comment by Gary | December 2, 2008

  6. proposition 8 would force teachers to teach about it in schools or something, which is untrue.

    I don’t know that it would have “forced” teachers to teach about it in schools, but it certainly would have opened the door for it to be allowed. It also would have paved the way for ministers who preach against homosexuality to be prosecuted for hate crimes.

    why should anyone get to decide what other people can do?

    Because without laws and societal rules, we descend into complete anarchy.

    why should the majority dictate the rights (or in this case, take away the rights) of a minority?

    Homosexual marriage is NOT a civil right.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | December 2, 2008

  7. I’d pay good money to see some of these “gay marriage” advocates protest outside of a mosque.

    Comment by PabloD | December 2, 2008

  8. “they said that proposition 8 would force teachers to teach about it in schools or something, which is untrue.”

    Jen, have you checked out California Education Code § 51933.7?

    Comment by Henry | December 2, 2008

  9. Perhaps there is political motivation for the targeting of Mormons as well. I imagine that the left considers a man like Mitt Romney to be a threat from an electability standpoint. Therefore, laying a foundation of unhinged hatred towards Mormons will allow for more effective unhinged criticism of Romney in four years.

    Comment by TheBad | December 3, 2008


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