Gay news; hate speech, Top Chef and more

29 08 2009

Pastor Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tampa Florida was on Alan Colmes radio show and backed up his hateful speech that is almost too crazy to believe. Earlier on he said he goes to bed and prays that Obama dies and goes to hell. Now he says every homosexual is deviant, evil and a predator that is out to recruit people through molestation and rape and that they all should go to jail. He has got serious gay face himself, homo- bashers have often gay feelings themselves!! One of his parishioners was an armed protestor at an Obama Town Hall event last week in Phoenix. These people are nuts!!!

At one of my favorite TV-shows, Top Chef,  a lesbian contestant was angry at being forced to cook at a straight wedding because gays are not allowed to marry. While I think reactions like that are just a bit too much and counter-productive to most people, it did make head judge Tom Colicchio speak out in favor of gay-marriage on his blog. According to him it’s only about equality and he also says religion has no part in the discussion except if the marriage is sealed in church/synagogue/etc. I totally agree with him.

Utah’s new Governor Herbert, who took over for moderate Governor Huntsman who became Ambassador to China, thinks discrimination against gays should be legal. He says” we don’t have to have a rule for people to make sure they do the right thing”. He thinks “people ought to do the right thing because it’s the right thing to do”. Well, how is that working for you so far!!! What an idiot. In Utah it’s still legal to fire someone because they are gay.




2 responses

30 08 2009

Colicchio hit exacty the right point – when the government decided to step in and regulate marriage and the rights entailed thereof, it stepped out of the religious defininition of marriage. And religious institutions should conversely have every right to not recognize gay marriage – but not anything that is governmental.

Thre Fred Phelps/Steven Anderson crowd of ‘religious leaders’ are sub-human flotsam that need to be aggressively confronted whenever they crawl out from under their rocks.

Being governor of Utah. last I checked, did not confer the responsibililty of deciding on an absloute basis what is and is not right.

30 08 2009

I agree Anderson and Phelps should not even be treated like human beings, they are animals

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