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Friday, November 14, 2008


I left the U.S. after the election. No really, I did. I went to Costa Rica for a little R&R on November 8th, just four days after our country took a serious step back. When I came back I was going to leave the blog alone until Monday and just post one of the articles I wrote prior to leaving.

But I couldn’t leave two issues alone. The rest, including the marketing reaction, the giddy news media, the Obama picks, and the state of the nation can wait until next week or in the future.
This item I couldn’t leave alone.

For years conservatives have been told by the left to be more tolerant. That we should let people live their lives how they want, and that we should accept all people. They spew their enlightened state of progressive acceptance and shout loudly against anyone who is perceived to be intolerant of someone’s lifestyle, thought process, or choices, good or bad. They believe that we should accept everyone.

Oh, except people who voted for marriage between one man and one woman.

They same people who were for tolerance before the “historic” election had this to say after the marriage votes:

"Burn their f---ing churches to the ground, and then tax the charred timbers,"

"Can someone in CA please go burn down the Mormon temples there, PLEASE. I mean seriously. DO IT."

"Remember, I'm angry. And I'm strong from my years at the gym and really am ready to take my frustration out on someone or something."

“Hope the gay waiters at their hotel p---ed in all the drinks they served these cretins,"

(All can be found at http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=80220 )

Wow, and these are the tolerance ones? There is always talk about how conservatives are the ones who are bigots, intolerant and fanatics. If the conservatives, or a church on their websites placed any one of these statements there would be a full blown investigation, hate speech laws would be invoked, and the national news media would be all over it.

The silence from the ACLU is deafening. Aren’t they the ones who should be running to the defense of these churches? Oh, that’s right; they don’t really want to ensure everyone’s rights, just people who agree with them philosophically.

The silence from the media is deafening. Blurb coverage, to not disrupt Obamanation coverage.

The vote was taken, YOU lost! Just as I lost in the general election. You want to tout the democratic process, but only if you win? You want the system to work only when it side with you?

If you ever thought there was a reason to doubt what liberals say, this is it. When they tell you that you should accept and move on, be tolerant of others lifestyles, and stand up for those who are different, remind them of how good of a job they did when the vote didn’t go their way on marriage. Remind them of when they stood up for Mormons and Catholics who have a different point of view. Remind them of how they did such a good job praising the democratic system that voted, and made a decision based on what the voters wanted. They got what they wanted in the general election and I didn’t like it. Am I threatening to burn down Obama’s house? No. Am I threatening to physically harm a liberal? No.

But, a word of caution to those Gay Extremists who think that they could harm buildings, churches and people who were proponents of the one man, one woman marriage.

We cling to our guns and religion.

Push comes to shove, you will see an overwhelming force you did not know existed. My faith in my religion is stronger than your belief in your homosexuality. It is not a choice for me either.

1 comment:

Loreen Bliss said...

"We cling to our guns and religion." Love this statement! And sooo true! :)
They lost, and they can't accept it. Can you imagine if they had won and we tried to fight it. Oh yeah, they wouldn't stand for it... they would say, you lost, accept it" Like you said, just like in the general election, we didn't like the results, but we aren't making threats. It is such a complete double standard! Things can work for them, but they can't work for us!