Wednesday, April 27, 2011

More Hypocrisy

As this article illustrates nicely, hypocrisy is routine amongst supporters of abnormal sexual practice. Note the nasty things the author of the Gawker piece says about those with whom he disagrees.

Now, I understand the urge to mock those with different views. I'm not beyond that myself. But when the mockery comes from those who criticize those who mock them, it's hypocrisy. Worse, the mockery they lament is framed as hatred and bigotry, the worst thing in the world, and even God is guilty if what some Christians say is true about the Biblical prohibition against all forms and manifestations of their favored sexual practices.

At the same time, what choice to they have? They have no legitimate defense of their position. Pretending the other side is evil, stupid or backward and mocking them for it is about all they can do, short of acknowledging their problem and/or ignoring the truth.

13 comments:

Jim said...

The Gawker piece was terrific!

Marshall Art said...

What was it you found so "terrific" about the piece, Jim? It's description of traditional values? That it was so short? Please elaborate.

Mark said...

No need for us to pretend. Liberals are evil, stupid, and backward.

The proof is in their statements.

Neil said...

Thanks, I hadn't seen that. Another reason I'm glad to live in Texas!

Jim said...
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Jim said...

"What was it you found so "terrific" about the piece, Jim?"

Because it highlights the idiocy of these people. Jobs? Infrastructure? Deficit? Crime? Transportation? Energy?

No. Hetero's club.

Marshall Art said...

So conversely, Jim, all those who have worked to support homosexual issues were homo's club people who found no time to work on "Jobs? Infrastructure? Deficit? Crime? Transportation? Energy?"? That must be the case based upon your logic.

Or perhaps anyone working on, say, transportation issues is, what, part of some bus lover's club while issues such as jobs, infrastructure, deficit, crime, energy and abnormal sexual behaviors go unattended?

Oh, I get it! Horror of horrors, these lawmakers dared crack wise about sexual perversion! May they all be boiled in oil for their transgressions!

What could be more idiotic than universities supporting sexual centers of any kind? That's about as stupid as "women's studies". And if the school is public, it is doing this crap with tax monies. This is where the Gawker fool got some of his info. (Possibly all of it.) There, one can find more details about the bill and what provoked it in the first place.

Note that one of the defenders of the "alternative" centers brought up the Rutgers incident, and like so many enablers, referred to it as someone being "outed" by his roommate, when there was no proof that the "outed" kid's sexuality played any part. There's so little honesty by supporters, enablers and activists of the homosexual "cause". The Gawker article is terrific in providing more proof of that.

4simpsons said...

"That's about as stupid as "women's studies"."

Marshall, Marshall. Don't you know that it is spelled "Womyn's studies?" Please be more politically correct.

Jim said...

"So conversely, Jim, all those who have worked to support homosexual issues were homo's club people who found no time to work on "Jobs? Infrastructure? Deficit? Crime? Transportation? Energy?"? That must be the case based upon your logic."

I don't think "all those who worked to support homosexual issues" in this case were legislators.

Do you?

Marshall Art said...

Jim,

What does that have to do with my response to your goofy comment about legislators pushing this bill at the expense of other issues?

Marshall Art said...

In response to the troll's latest attempt at cleverness (my, how he fails so consistently---it's like it is his purpose, duty and destiny to prove how foolish he is---continue to pray for him), I would only say that as long as Jim attempts to make reasoned arguments (not saying they are, but I respect the attempt and the fact that he risks to do so---unlike the troll), he is welcome to post comments without fear of deletion.

Jim said...

Whew! What a relief! :-)

Marshall Art said...

If you think you can demonstrate how I've been hypocritical, troll-boy, you're more than welcome to try. That's just the kind of challenge I savor. But to simply make snide remarks, as if you possess some kind of knowledge, intelligence or insights you refuse to divulge (now THAT justifies an "LOL"), will only get your sad attempts at cleverness deleted. Like now.