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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Prop 8: Enraged Gays Attack Elderly and Minorities

Gays are all the Rage these Days.

It seems that the LGBT Americans have decided to take their protest against the passage of Prop 8 ( and similar initiatives in 30, yes count them 30 states) to the extreme and have crossed the border of freedom of speech.

Earlier today a group of LGBT prop 8 opponents attacked an elderly woman in support of the passage of Prop 8. Phyliss and a few others decided to brave the anger and carry a cross in the midst of the protest to show their support for a traditional definition of marriage. Not that I disagree with free speech but HELLO! Just go in the middle of a bunch of angry people and instigate, real smart! That being said the attack is ridiculous. She is an elderly woman, she could not have possibly defended herself against that lard ass protester who was stomping on her cross.

Of course it isn't just the bravely stupid who go in the middle of angry mobs who are getting a good toss. It seems if you are an elderly couple with Vote Yes on Prop 8 signs in your yard you are worth 100 points each!

Michelle Malkin has this little ditty on her blog:

accused of punching an elderly couple because they had Yes On Prop 8 signs in their yard says he’s innocent.

Thursday, Lawrence Pizzicara pleaded not guilty to attacking his neighbors on Monday allegedly during an argument over Prop 8 signs.

The couple suffered numerous injuries.

Pizzicara is being held on $200,000 bail.

But wait, there's more. It seems many in the black and latino communities supported Proposition 8. I guess these LGBT's don't seem to get the gist of this "tolerance" thing. Rod 2.0 relates the unfortunate circumstances surrounding the dropping of the ever horrid N-Word.

Geoffrey, a student at UCLA and regular Rod 2.0 reader, joined the massive protest outside the Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Westwood. Geoffrey was called the n-word at least twice.

It was like being at a klan rally except the klansmen were wearing Abercrombie polos and Birkenstocks. YOU NIGGER, one man shouted at men. If your people want to call me a FAGGOT, I will call you a nigger. Someone else said same thing to me on the next block near the and my friend were walking, he is also gay but Korean, and a young WeHo clone said after last night the niggers better not come to West Hollywood if they knew what was BEST for them.

Los Angeles resident and Rod 2.0 reader A. Ronald says he and his boyfriend, who are both black, were carrying NO ON PROP 8 signs and still subjected to racial abuse.

Three older men accosted my friend and shouted, "Black people did this, I hope you people are happy!" A young lesbian couple with mohawks and Obama buttons joined the shouting and said there were "very disappointed with black people" and "how could we" after the Obama victory. This was stupid for them to single us out because we were carrying those blue NO ON PROP 8 signs! I pointed that out and the one of the older men said it didn't matter because "most black people hated gays" and he was "wrong" to think we had compassion. That was the most insulting thing I had ever heard. I guess he never thought we were gay.

All I have to say is WOW. And just for y'all to notice, in the youtube video up top the lard ass says "The blacks fought and that is what we have got to do." I am not sure if he has a healthy respect for blacks, but from my understanding the blacks didn't start the fights at the protests when they were championing civil rights. Correct me if I am wrong.

As far as being called a faggot, I have news for that guy who seems to think it is cute to throw around racial slurs. He was being as bad as a nagging contrary old woman. ( guess what the etymology of the word fag is defined as).

Now it is very important to note that the entire LGBT community is not represented by the radicals in their midst. In fact some have even protested in a very democratic way, a simple Black List.

Despite the negativity in this newscast, black lists of this fashion are not harassment. They represent the essence of free speech and capitalism. Free speech means you are free to say anything, but you are not free from the consequences of your actions. So if you supported Prop 8 through word or deed, you freely expressed your opinion that the legal definition of marriage is the traditional one of one man and one woman. If the LGBT community disagrees and does not want you to be able to continue to fund something they don't believe in, guess what they don't have to buy from you or support you in any way. That is their freedom, that is their right. Best deal with it, just like the LGBT's who became violent and racist will have to deal with the consequences of expressing their anger in a negative way.

Courtesy of Daughter of America