Carl Paladinos` Homophobia Gets Applauded by Jews

Submitted by: madest 7 years ago in

This guy couldn"t really have a chance could he?
There are 102 comments:
Male 703
@Wizard - I agree - in general. People really should realise that they do not own the monopoly on the truth (this applies for EVERYONE, religious, atheist, leftist, rightist, every nationality and colour) and that there are STILL far too many things in the world which are subjective, and CAN`T be precisely defined to a single truth.

That said, there is virtue in restraint, and if I say something, and someone takes offence, I will apologise for offending them, but not for my thoughts. Sometimes silence is the way to go.

@almightybob - "the biased nature of people`s (read: liberal`s) sources"
What the Hell is up with USAmerica atm? Why must you be so damn polarised about everything bloody thing?! Don`t answer that, actually.
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Male 582
You know what though? Screw em. I mean so what if some group doesn`t like gay marriage or thinks being gay is wrong and says so. Why apologize for that? So what if some group offends religious groups because they think all people who think there is a God are just stupid. Why should anyone need to apologize to anyone for something they said they do or do not agree with. Or saying that they do or do not think something is right or wrong? Seriously, who cares if someone gets their stupid feelings hurt?

F**k people and their worthles feelings. What makes anyone think their feeling matter?!?!
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Male 505
[quote]So far the divorce rate of gays is abysmal, The first women to get married in Massachusetts divorced within months[/quote]

There could be a large number of factors influencing that, possibly the condemnation of the religious folk?

Manualdirveag, you actually make me feel a little sick. You spew idiocy as if it was fact. Back in history Gays weren`t hated, look at the greeks. Who are you to say what is natural or unnatural, yeah two gays in the animal kingdom can`t procreate, that doesn`t make them non existant...
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Male 17,511
almightybob1: So far the divorce rate of gays is abysmal, The first women to get married in Massachusetts divorced within months.

Also that "50%" figure is exaggerated. The real divorce rate is more like 30%.

162.88 million men and women ever marry
49.68 million men and women ever divorce
30.5% = men and women, combined, who ever married end up getting divorced

According to year 2000 census data.
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Male 179
i would like to note that these are hasidic rabbis. most reform, conservative, and many modern orthodox synagogues openly accept gay members. so don`t think that this represents the jewish community as a whole.
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Female 28
Bravo Salted_Eggs.
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Male 774
THIS IS IT!
This is the last straw.

I am tired of this poo!

No one has the authority, the right, or the ability to tell another person how to live. If someone came for your bible or your way of life with this much blind aggression you`d drating do something about it! Help anyone oppressed, not because you believe what they believe but because it`s the right thing to do.

NOW CAN WE MOVE ALONG AS A SPECIES?
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Female 73
to Crakrjak: I couldn`t believe what you were saying and guess why, because it`s not true
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Male 4,290
"Leave the word `Marriage` out of it and let it retain it`s sanctity and dignity."

When the divorce rate is 50% how can you claim there is any sanctity or dignity left?

We`ll ignore your slippery-slope argument because it`s been dealt with so many times before. Already by davy in this very thread actually.


And for a man who never misses an opportunity to slate the biased nature of people`s (read: liberals`) sources, why would you pick LifeSiteNews Crackr? When their principles include, and I quote, "LifeSiteNews.com emphasizes the social worth of traditional Judeo-Christian principles". Hardly an unbiased source of which we know you are so fond.

But assuming that report is legit, then I agree, they gay community is in the wrong. They have the right to get married, but not to force someone to perform the
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Male 975
Marriage` is between a man and a woman, Always has been and it should remain so. Words have meaning

We use the word awesome differently
The word sick is used differently
The word smoking has a bunch of meanings
Just a few examples...

What`s that thing about sanctity I hear about? Sorry, I can`t hear over the divorce rate.

poo, I used to be against gay marriage too. That was when I was 14 and I would say anything to impress my conservative father. Now I belong to an international and highly diverse community (UB) and I see that maybe what`s normal to me isn`t normal to everyone else. And thats okay!
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Male 129
Precisely, as CrakrJak states...I feel a lot of teh push for legalize gay marriage is simply to impose their beliefs on the churches and to try and "score a hit" against organized religion...I feel that Gays should be allowed to become married, however I feel that Churches and congregations have every right to turn away those couples that would go against the beliefs of the church. Doing it just willy nilly and not respecting the churches rights just goes against the religios person`s rights which is also unconstitutional...
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Male 17,511
It`s already happened in New Jersey
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Female 2,769
Crakr: Can they do that? I haven`t heard that until you mentioned it but I don`t agree if thats the case. Just like I feel homosexuals should be allowed to marry, so should churches be allowed to keep their beliefs on the matter.
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Male 17,511
HalfPintRoo: Many lgbt blogs have already stated that the next step is to force churches to marry gays or face huge lawsuits for discrimination.

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Female 2,769
I keep hearing "they want to marry in churches and thats wrong!"

No, I`m sure they don`t. They aren`t looking to change the beliefs of a religion. They are looking to be treated fairly and equally in the eyes of the law.

Most gay people I know are more tolerant, empathetic and "Christian" then most Christians I know. I`m not calling my Christian friends and family wrong or bad because they are all good kind people, but they don`t have a monopoly on the law.

Keep your beliefs in your church, thats why you are apart of it! But the law is for all american citizens and therefore should allow two humans to marry. Gender and sexual orientation shouldn`t matter.
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Female 683
Godddd, why is this even an issue? Let gays get married, stop making it a big deal. You don`t have to agree with it, just recognize how unconstitutional it is to ban such things. It isn`t about how you feel, it`s about what`s constitutionally right. Just let it go, man.
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Male 17,511
madest: Sorry but `Marriage` is between a man and a woman, Always has been and it should remain so. Words have meaning, Redefining a word makes it loose it`s meaning and that is the real objective of `The homosexual agenda`. This is an attack on straight culture and heritage that will open the gate to every other kind of sexual perversion being allowed.

Leave the word `Marriage` out of it and let it retain it`s sanctity and dignity.
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Male 16
Ok so this guys is obviously got issues with gays. not to defend him but i do agree with him on one point. My kids , my children should not be told its ok to be gay when they are 8,9,13 years old. It is not the governments right nor the school systems right to tell our kids anything about homosexuality. I don`t care what you do behind closed doors. But just because homosexuality is accepted in this country does not mean it should be given the same weight as heterosexual relationships. The natural way of doing things should be give precedence over the unnatural. And yes I say natural because in nature 2 male animals do not meet up and procreate. Nature says a male and a female mate to make a baby. Now nothing says they can`t have a slice of something else for fun or adventure or because thats what they choose to do. It should be made very clear to generations to come that the natural way is not homosexual relationship.
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Male 1,625
Paladino is a closet gay. That`s what always happens.
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Male 975
Judaism as a whole =/= black suits and black hats. Those are the Orthodox who choose a way of life that reflects old laws.
Go to a Reform temple service and an Orthodox service, try to compare the two. There will be far more dissimilarities.
drat, you`ve got me worked up I need to take a rip off the bong...
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Male 975
Madest you should apologize to Jews.
Have you ever seen a Jew in person? You`d notice that it`s an extremely small percentage of Jews who follow the strict laws of Orthodoxy.
Even the Conservative, Reform, and Re-constructionist movement Jews give the Orthodox shifty eyes.
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Male 4,680
Eh, I think that Jews should be criticized just as much as Christians, Muslims or Atheists. The holocaust was 70 years ago, they can`t keep hiding behind it forever.
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Male 41,177
[quote]Canada already passed the bill in 2005[/quote]
YES almightybob1, I KNOW! lolz! I`m referring to the lead-up to passing that law. The Federal Liberal party floated several ideas, the main Gay groups expressly rejected "seperate but equal" which is their right to do, eh?

I liked the idea where the government got out of the marriage business entirely and treated all peoples, married or not, as equals. How right-wing of me, eh? (currently in Canada the tax-man takes MORE from you if you`re married than not). (They `give back` some if you have kids though).
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Male 155
oh what a surprise highly religious people hating gays
go into an fundamentalist church or mosque and you would get the same response
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Male 1,243
Typical backward mentality based on voodoo bullsh*t aka religeon.
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Male 40,266
not his opponant? really? news article said he was.

well, either way, politics is more entertaining that Lindsey and Paris put together!
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Male 582
Nazis had some cool looking uniforms. Boss did a good job on them.
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Male 40,266
meanwhile... his oponant is dressed as a nazi in this photo HAHAHAHAHA I love politics. more entertaining than that miley cyrus slut

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Female 322
I had a gay aquiantence who said he did not believe in gay marriage. I was hospitalized when I met him, so not in his company anymore, so can`t ask him to elaborate. Can anyone here shed some light on why he or other gay men might feel that way? Other than being men, of course, and not so marriage minded as say, a woman (or two women) might be?
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Female 322
I like Wizard77`s point about divorce. We have legalized that, which is also against "Gd`s law", how is it any better than gay marriage? (from a religious viewpoint). Gay`s should not have a right to get married in my church if my church follows the biblical injunctions against homosexuality. However, I have no problem with them getting married in the church down the street, which does not.
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Male 4,290
[quote]here in Canada the two main pro-gay groups both flat-out rejected any talk of civil unions being equal to marriage[/quote]
That`s weird because as far as I can tell Canada already passed the bill in 2005 legalising same sex marriage. So they already have it.
[quote]So it seems to me (again, afaik, eh?) that here in Canada they`re after Church weddings or nothing.[/quote]
A wedding does not have to take place in a church. You can get married at the registrar`s office (in most countries anyway).
I don`t know exactly what the civil partnership laws were in Canada before they passed same-sex marriage laws, but I doubt they were the same.

I`m pretty sure most gay couples wouldn`t want to get married in a church anyway. Why would you want your special day to be in a temple to someone that condemns you?

If they are trying to force churches to marry them, that`s just as wrong as not being given equal rights.
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Male 582
Not trying to stoke a flame war (hard to believe coming from me I know) but seriously, what is the logic behind opposing gay marriage? And don`t hand me that "Adam and Steve" BS either.

I honestly can not for the life of me understand why anyone would care. I hear the "violates the sanctity of marriage" argument. But doesn`t divorce do that also? Should we make cheating a crime because it violates this sanctity?

Again, I really am looking for a compelling argument against gay marriage. I have yet to hear one. So seriously, this is an opportunity to change someone`s mind on this issue if the argument holds water.
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Male 12,138
[quote]ANd they have won the right to marriage up here! And the country DIDN`T fall to pieces, lolz! But I predict poligamy & such will soon follow. Once you open the door to change, it`s tough to slam it shut.[/quote]
Slippery Slope Logical Fallacy. The exact same same vitriolic bigotry was used as an argument to why negroes shouldn`t be allowed to marry whites several decades ago. F*ck that noise.
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Male 17,511
madest: Why should these Jews apologize ? I hate when people get tarred and feathered, Figuratively, For being against gay marriage. I don`t completely agree with him, I have no problem with `civil unions` just don`t call them marriages, But he`s entitled to his opinion.

I don`t see any liberals apologizing for the use of the term `teabagger`, They`ve thrown that insult around all year.
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Male 41,177
I still think disagreeing with "gay marriage" has nothing to do with "homophobia". That`s just a buzz-word used to slander those who disagree with you, eh?

[quote]I demand everyone apoligise to ME for wasting my time reading this discussion ;)[/quote]
@ChrisMunich I`m sorry you`re not smart enough to understand this discussion... (lolz! j/k!)
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Male 41,177
[quote]What is it you think they (homosexualist groups) DO support? - almightybob1[/quote]
It varies a lot from group to group (afaik, of course) but here in Canada the two main pro-gay groups both flat-out rejected any talk of civil unions being equal to marriage. So it seems to me (again, afaik, eh?) that here in Canada they`re after Church weddings or nothing.
ANd they have won the right to marriage up here! And the country DIDN`T fall to pieces, lolz! But I predict poligamy & such will soon follow. Once you open the door to change, it`s tough to slam it shut.

WOW! Thanks Baalth for fixing the John Adams quote :-) Davymid, you paid attention to how easy it is to mistranslate? lolz!
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Male 4,431
Okay, so, without being specific about defining the group, I see a roomful of non-nice individual bigots. How`s that?
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Male 582
I was on board with Baal but then he defended Circus-folk.

I just cant be part of that.
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Male 383
I demand everyone apoligise to ME for wasting my time reading this discussion ;)
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Male 4,546
Jews should apologize?

Those Jews should, probably. Jews collectively? No.

Not any more than Blacks/Atheists/Walmart Cashiers/Circus-folk should apologize for any ONE incident involving several black/Ath[...]etc.
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Male 4,546
"I think this makes the Jews look ridiculously intolerant and hateful. They ought to think about who they are and why they`re here."

Seriously, say the same sentence out loud with:
Atheists, Blacks, Muslims, Christians, Whites, Mexicans, Europeans, Americans, Communists, Socialists, Democrats, Republicans, Gays, Scientists.

It doesn`t work. You cannot look at a room who have gathered specifically because they are Jewish and Homophobic, and claim in any way that this represents any level of plurality beyond the scale of the room.

Basic Sampling methodologies should tell you that.
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Male 25,416
Wow, this doesnt really make sense, i get the point, dont know the pre agenda!
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Male 5,175
@ghettoelf
Nice point.
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Male 552
"I think this makes the Jews look ridiculously intolerant and hateful."

Not to spark another religious debate..but...
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Male 3,477
Aww, c`mon! He`d suck their dicks for a vote.
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Male 55
This just goes to show that it`s not just ultra-Christians who have bias against we queers, but all religious bigots. Religion is not supposed to be an excuse to hate, it`s supposed to provide a guideline to love and acceptance. Why do so many people have it so wrong? Why has religion made America, suddenly, into an elitist club that only people who subscribe to a ridiculous and one-sided moral standard can be join? These people in this video don`t eat meat and cheese on the same plate; does that mean I should ostracize them from my country for strange and `amoral` dietary standards? They all wear the same suit and hat; doe that mean we should ban them from wearing it as the French did the burqa on grounds of `public securty`?

America is supposed to be the land of the free, but it`s turning into the land of the I`m Freer Than You.
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Female 836
Stupid and intolerant is stupid and intolerant, does not matter your race or religion. I know lots of Jews who would totally disagree with this point of view. I know I do.
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Male 541
Ignorant pretentious drats.
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Male 452
Is to be a homophobe to imply that I have an irrational aversion to homosexuality? If I find it repulsive is it no longer irrational? If not, is it irrational for me to think sh*t smells bad? It`s difficult to explain a reasoning for either...
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Male 871
I think the point being made was a seperation of superstition and government, which this topic is directly affected by.
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Male 4,546
Ok, and to end the John Adams quotes:

John Adams is one of my favourite Theists. He in my opinion is exactly what a Theist should be. He believes in God, he has respect for religion, but he does his duty as a Christian to be introspective, and spend time thinking about his religion.

I think many people look at people who have doubts in their religion as "Weak" Christians. I disagree 100%. These are the people who spend whole lifetimes thinking about their religion, and day after day, altering, shifting, and getting closer to truth through it.

Many look at the founding fathers and like to pretend they were "basically atheists" through seeing that they struggle with their faith.

It is that struggle which shows them to be theists. Real theists have strong enough faith to challenge it daily.

Not those who have so little they can never bear to hold it up to scrutiny.
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Male 4,546
Incidentally, taking a sortof middle position:

I don`t understand the hatred of homosexuals. I totally, totally get several aspects of not wanting homosexuality, but to hate them, as many do, just seems wrong.

I don`t *want* to say "hate the sin, not the sinner", because when people say that, it just 95% of the time seems like they`re hiding behind it, and in reality hate the sinner (and 10% of the time, happily partake in the sin).

I actually think homosexuality is wrong, just like I find sex outside marriage wrong, just like I find drinking alcohol wrong. Just like I find some of the things *I* do wrong, like... I dunno, speeding I guess.

I genuinely don`t think it`s the biggest deal when people do it, and can`t fathom the reactions some people have.
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Male 871
"Let the human mind loose. It must be loose. It will be loose. Superstition and Dogmatism cannot confine it."
- Also John Adams
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Male 4,546
I actually feel bad for anyone me and Crakr choose to ally against when we`re not fighting each other...

Now if there was just a topic me, Davy *and* Crakr could all agree on.
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Male 394
YAAWWWWWN.

Pretentious guido with pretentious clowns in stupid suits. Why can`t these people go away?
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Female 535
You guys have silly beards and hats! Your arguments are invalid, overly-enthusiastic clappers!
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Male 17,511
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. - John Adams

Just to back up Baal.
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Male 1,505
This is one of the most unintentionally funny things I`ve seen in a long time.

Old Guy in Bad Suit: blahblahverbalhandjobblahblah
Old Guys in Bad Hats: clapclapclapclap
OGBS: blahblahjerkjerkjerk
OGBH: clapclapclapclapclap

This is some seriously silly poo.
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Male 21
boring
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Male 12,138
[quote]*He* doesn`t agree with you, the full quote is:[/quote]
Yeah, I know. Thought I`d get nailed for quote-mining. Fair point, fair point.
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Male 812
Why couldn`t Hitler finish the job?
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Male 4,546
Take any of my previous posts.
Not all Jews, yadda yadda yadda.
Not all gays, yadda yadda yadda.

Lets all get along.

Also, today`s mistake of the day unfortunately belongs to Davy:

[quote]"John Adams, one of the Founding Fathers of the USA and second President of the United States said "This would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it”. I can`t help but agree with the man."[/quote]

*He* doesn`t agree with you, the full quote is:
[quote]"Twenty times, in the course of my late reading, have I been on the point of breaking out, `this would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it!` But in this exclamation, I should have been as fanatical as Bryant or Cleverly. Without religion, this world would be something not fit to be mentioned in public company—I mean hell."[/quote]
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Male 313
[quote=Heureux]Not always. When one side, homophobes, persecute and destroy the other, the people who are abused do not have to tolerate being murdered, lied about, discriminated against, beaten, threatened, harassed, tortured.

No one should have to tolerate the systemic hatred inflicted on GLBTQ people.[end of quote]

What you typed is well said and exactly what I meant, although it`s hard to swallow (no pun intended). This has happened at one time or another to all groups, Jews, Christians, many Religions (not meaning to leave any out), Minorities (including those that are caucasian), the Rich and the Poor.

So, a bit of tolerance from all sides makes the divides between us smaller.

Oh... and here you can have your soapbox back, I have finished using it
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Male 1,834
booooo booooo where is a palestine suicide bomber when you need him
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Male 4,290
[quote]Hey! I support that too![/quote]
As long as they are equal, me too.
[quote]It`s sad many homosexualist groups DON`T support it, but them`s the breaks, eh? [/quote]
What is it you think they DO support? I really doubt they care about the name, it`s the rights and legal stuff that is important.
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Male 119
Damn, now the quote on my profile isn`t as true anymore.
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Male 12,138
[quote]in fact, most of the orthodox i know actually dont mind gay people, so long as they dont marry. thats only because the torah says hat is specifically a sin[/quote]
Holy Jehova, which kind of hat are talking about here? Cause I`m wearing a Bowler, and I don`t want to go to hell to burn in all eternity for it! Should I swap my Bowler for a Trilby or a Fedora?

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Yes, I know I`m being deliberatly facetious. But a decent illustration of how easy it is to mistranslate. Just think how many times religious texts have been mistranslated through erroneous typos such as this one. Again, I suggest we sh*t all that bronze-age man-cum out of our collective bowels and start again. Religious conservatives, it made sense in 2000BC, it really did. It`s 2010 now, man the f*ck up.
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5Cats
"Heureux So disagreement = HATE now? Then why do you hate me so much... :("

What a truly disgusting argument. To label the attempt by homophobes to physically destroy GLBTQ people as `disagreement` indicates you have no moral compass, no sense of right and wrong.

The ban on same-sex marriage inflicts real hardship on same-sex couples, it goes far beyond disagreement to deliberately and purposefully harming people. Anti-gay laws, like the ban on same-sex marriage, tell gay teens that their life is hopeless, that all they can look forward to is a life of persecution and abuse, of being accused of pedophilia, equated with rapists, threatened with violence, tortured like the three men in NY recently, and too many kill themselves in despair.

This is not about disagreement, this is about a deliberate attempt to destroy people by harassing and persecuting them to death.
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Male 259
As a New Yorker, and one from Upstate I must say that I dislike both Paladino and Cuomo. Paladino is the typical conservative who espouses "Christian" principles but only the sexual ones. They forget social justice (Isaiah 58) and hide under the umbrella of personal responsibility. Cuomo has his pockets in big whig NYC players and will forget (if elected) that almost half of New Yorkers live in places other than Albany and one of the five boroughs. We`re screwed regardless of who wins.
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Male 510
the orthodox jews are notoriously homophobic. the rest of us dont feel the same way.

in fact, most of the orthodox i know actually dont mind gay people, so long as they dont marry. thats only because the torah says hat is specifically a sin
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Male 12,138
John Adams, one of the Founding Fathers of the USA and second President of the United States said "This would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it”. I can`t help but agree with the man.
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Male 41,177
(points out that @xiquiripat is being sarcastic, and very effectively!)
@Heureux So disagreement = HATE now? Then why do you hate me so much... :(
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Male 1,054
"Tolerance for someone`s preferences and views is a two way street. Like it or not, practice what you.... want from the other side."

Not always. When one side, homophobes, persecute and destroy the other, the people who are abused do not have to tolerate being murdered, lied about, discriminated against, beaten, threatened, harassed, tortured.

No one should have to tolerate the systemic hatred inflicted on GLBTQ people.
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Male 1,054
Rick S.

What four letter word is the S represent?

You repsonded to: "Not wanting homosexuals to marry= homophobia"

by saying: "No, homophobia is fear of homosexuals. "Phobia" means fear. Not wanting homosexuals to marry is bigoted, but isn`t always based on a fear of homosexuals."

Wrong. Homophobia means the fear or hatred of homosexuals, and yes, opposing same-sex marriage is homophobia. So is your excuse-making.

Further, homophobes use fear to get people to oppose same-sex marriage, invoking every irrational fear heterosexists have.

5cats "What "homophobia" is evidenced here? He simply states he`s opposed to the homosexualist agenda," There is no "homosexualist agenda" homophobes use that phrase to mean "any civil equality, any civil rights for homosexuals, anything other than shame, persecution and murder".
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Male 2,422
With two wars, the economy in the crapper, and the question about what to do about illegal immigration dudes making out is clearly the most important problem facing the country today.
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Male 1,054
"Tolerance for someone`s preferences and views is a two way street. Like it or not, practice what you.... want from the other side."

Not always. When one side, homophobes, persecute and destroy the other, the people who are abused do not have to tolerate being murdered, lied about, discriminated against, beaten, threatened, harassed, tortured.

No one should have to tolerate the systemic hatred inflicted on GLBTQ people.
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Male 313
Tolerance for someone`s preferences and views is a two way street. Like it or not, practice what you.... want from the other side.
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Male 39
I don`t post very often, but as a person of Jewish descent I felt it was necessary. I`m gonna go ahead and apologize for the orthodox members of the religion. They are the same people who in Israel carry handguns and shoot a Palestinian if they were looking at them wrong.
It isn`t quite fair to say that "He is applauded by Jews", because I know the majority of Jews support equal rights. In fact there are several prominent members of the Gay Rights movement who are Jewish, just as there were Jews walking with MLK 50 years ago.
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Male 5,194
Religitards, LOL!
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Female 373
Yes I would be pretty sure they were Jewish and conservative. The largest shame is gay people were also persecuted within Nazi Germany, as atested by the pink triangle. The fact that so many people still beleave they have a ideoligical reason to persecute gay people is sad. Rights should be not denied to anyone, no matter what their gender, race, culture and sexual orientation is.
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Male 662
@DavioMagnifi Yea, they are Jews. I should know, I am Jewish. Hell, he calls them Rabbis.

Second. I don`t think people should care what others do in their own bedrooms. These guys arn`t evil, they are just hard core Jews...just like Hard core Christians do the same things. They are just conservative. If you talked to most these Rabbis they would tell you being gay is wrong, but they would not tell you that you would go to hell. They are a little more understanding.
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Male 3,058
@ davymid: Well fu**ing said.
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Male 41,177
BBJellyFish I suggest you look up the word "sarcasm" it might prove helpful here at IAB, eh?
(also, the speaker addresses them as "Rabbis" eh? EH? Davio`s being sarcastic OK!)
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Male 550
@DavioMagnifi I really hope you`re kidding. It`s clear that they are Jews. Very clear. They way they dress, their hair (mainly the curls on the side), their hat; these are all things that people of the Orthodox Jewish religion follow. I`m sorry dude, but you`re an idiot.
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Male 41,177
[quote]...make civil unions identical to marriage in all but name[/quote]
Hey! I support that too!
It`s sad many homosexualist groups DON`T support it, but them`s the breaks, eh?

VV @DavioMagnifi LMAO!
VV Thanks @Rick_S Disagreeing with something does not equal FEAR. It equals... not agreeing!
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Male 599
Wow! You just assume they`re Jews. How ignorant.
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Male 505
Rick_s

Homophobia doesn`t follow the traditions of normal phobia`s anymore, it doesn`t solely refer to the fear of homosexuality or homosexuals.
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Male 12,138
[quote]What "homophobia" is evidenced here? He simply states he`s opposed to the homosexualist agenda[/quote]
L O F*cking L. What "homosexualist agenda"? As a poster on here said a while back:

"The Gay Agenda:
1) Spend time with my family.
2) Buy milk.
3) Be treated equally."

There were other people with agendas in the past too. Black Americans had an "agenda" back in the day. Women had an "agenda" too, when they weren`t allowed to vote.

A heartfelt message to gay people: Sorry this is taking so long. We`ll get there as a society, but you`re just way back down the queue. The same bronze-age religious right-wing horsewank (astounding that it still exists in 2010, but there you go) that puts women and slaves firmly in their place is still holding you back. Given time, we`ll break down those barriers. Your time will come to be treated equally.
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Male 3,343
"Not wanting homosexuals to marry= homophobia"

No, homophobia is fear of homosexuals. "Phobia" means fear. Not wanting homosexuals to marry is bigoted, but isn`t always based on a fear of homosexuals.
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Male 40,266
screw the gay issue! ... he said he`d protect the net from obsenity... I NEED MY PORN!!!!!
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Male 4,290
[quote]Well, this guy was a Democrat for 30 years... [/quote]
And he`s now a Republican. Perhaps he switched so his homophobia would be more accepted in his party?
Hell, if you can insinuate tenuous connections, I can too.

[quote]Oh, fyi: Obama opposes homosexual marriage too...[/quote]
Obama opposes gay marriage, but supports civil unions, and supports changing legislation to make civil unions identical to marriage in all but name - equal legal rights, automatic property rights, spouse privileges in medical circumstances etc etc etc. Which is the important stuff.

This man opposes any kind of recognition or legal support of gay couples.
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Female 1,963
5Cats, did anyone here mention Obama, democrats or republicans? Not wanting homosexuals to marry= homophobia. I`m not happy with Obama`s stance (or rather, lack of stance) on the matter either.
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Female 1,963
That was the least eloquent speech ever. Also, ridiculous.
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Male 41,177
Oh, fyi: Obama opposes homosexual marriage too...
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Male 41,177
Well, this guy was a Democrat for 30 years...
What "homophobia" is evidenced here? He simply states he`s opposed to the homosexualist agenda, he`s clearly stating his belief on the matter. Would that MORE politicians did that! Y`all can hate him for it, that`s fair, but to play the "homophobe" card is... so like you madest!
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Male 2,548
Ew, he`s a nasty bugger. If family values are so important why`d you have an extramarital affair so many years ago Paladino?
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Female 2,120
/facepalm
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Male 242
tl;dw
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Male 1,931
Is this a form of irony? The Jews trying to oppress and control another group of people?
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Male 2,056
Jüdin!
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Male 4,290
I wonder how many of them are wearing clothes woven from two types of material.
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Male 7,378
Link: Carl Paladinos` Homophobia Gets Applauded by Jews [Rate Link] - This guy couldn`t really have a chance could he?
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