| Not exactly QaF related but...
||[Mar. 13th, 2008|01:18 am]
||||| pissed off||]|
|||||Proud (QaF V Mix) -- Heather Small||]|
Has anyone seen (heard, really) this? I won't even begin to go into how angry it makes me, because I will rant for pages and pages. "I'm not gay-bashing." No, of course not. You're just spouting lies and being intolerant of everyone who doesn't agree with you, that's all.
But really? Indoctrination? I wonder what she calls Sunday school, then. Infiltrating? Controlled? Apparently gays in America are now considered an invading army. And here I thought they were citizens, even if they often get second-class treatment. Happy to see Pittsburgh on her list of "infiltrated" places, though. Debbie would be ecstatic. Personally, I'm more than a bit pissed about her comparison of homosexuality to the disease that killed two of my grandparents.
And that's all I'm saying.
no matter how hard I think to come up with the right words for this I just can`t.it is so wrong in so many directions.
I have never heard this before,but unfortunately I have heard a lot of similar to that.
our society is a scarry place to exist.but we have no choice.
I know hate is not the answer but I seriously hate that woman right now.
I find it hard not to hate people when they're making statements like that. I don't appreciate her comparing my best friend (who happens to be a lesbian) to the disease that left my great-aunt in agony till the moment she died. Somehow, I just don't see the connection, and it makes me want to scream.
on a much happier note I LOVE your mood themes.Oh busboy!Justin.
Justin at the diner, in general, puts me in my happy place. It's made even better when he's giving Brian attitude...or the finger lol
this made my skin crawl and I feel ill.
Every day a little more of the pride I have for this country is chipped away. :(
Would you consider posting this at forwardthinking
I know the feeling. I can't believe that she would dare to say something like that in public...I live in southeastern Georgia; there's a church on practically every street corner. A good half of the population of my county is Southern Baptist, and I don't even hear that kind of talk here.
Yes'm, I would consider that. Working on it now ^_^