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By: LesbianNeoCon

Tue, 02 Oct 2007 16:09:07 +0000

By: North Dallas Thirty

Mon, 01 Oct 2007 20:14:58 +0000

Elais, what Sean already said.

By: Elais

Mon, 01 Oct 2007 02:03:51 +0000

I'm sure there are Republicans as well as conservatives who would love to be be able to say one day that there are no gays in America. That's why they are working their anti-gay asses off. I think many use Fred Phelps, Pat Robertson, James Dobson is because there aren't many famous or powerful Christians who oppose their viewpoints or who don't get as much attention from the media. Bush is hardly a champion of gays. Did he bother to counteract Ahmaddinejad's comment at all on gays? He is all over it when christians are victimized in Iran, but hardly says a peep when gays are executed. Can't blame democrats for that can we?

By: ThatGayConservative

Thu, 27 Sep 2007 10:14:13 +0000

Every time when someone tries to use Fred Phelps or, gods help us, Pat Robertson as an example of Christians, can I get a free pass on lumping all gay men with NAMBLA? It’s just as stupid. Seems fair to me.

By: The Livewire

Wed, 26 Sep 2007 22:35:37 +0000

I've a question, Every time when someone tries to use Fred Phelps or, gods help us, Pat Robertson as an example of Christians, can I get a free pass on lumping all gay men with NAMBLA? It's just as stupid.

By: Anne Crews

Wed, 26 Sep 2007 22:31:54 +0000

He's a hate monger and a bad dresser. And what's with that smile? Certainly its the smile of a happy, kept man. Go back Home, Mahmoud. Found this post that addresses the Mahmoud Gay issue and it's HILARIOUS! THought I'd share...

By: Houndentenor

Wed, 26 Sep 2007 18:26:09 +0000

Who are these gays denying that there is a serious threat to gay people in the middle east? They certainly aren't reading the gay press that I read. There have been many many stories about these issues in the East Coast gay newspapers. Anyone who denies that is an idiot or a fool.

By: LesbianNeoCon

Wed, 26 Sep 2007 01:16:27 +0000

Sister Rosetta, "marry" me!! ;-) Outstanding stuff.


Wed, 26 Sep 2007 01:10:41 +0000

I hope liberal anti-war homosexuals that hate Bush will recognize that Mr. Mahmoud Imforjihad is a suitable eventual target prior to his acquisition of nukes, which he denies he seeks as well as denies Iran has any Gays.

By: Sister Rosetta

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 23:40:25 +0000

Something I wrote a while back on Iraq the Model: SisterRosetta : Sit down, I think I love you Omar, why are the democrats doing this? I’ll tell you exactly why. They don’t care. Black churches in America will jump up and down every Sunday about freedom. But don’t believe them. They don’t really mean it. They only care about freedom for themselves. They don’t care about the Blacks in Sudan who are being enslaved. If they did, they wouldn’t be trying to stop George W. Bush at every turn. The only reason little to nothing is being done in Darfur is because the only superpower in the world has been shackled almost beyond repair. Oh, and don’t believe the leadership of the gay/lesbian community in America either. Again, they only care about the progress of their own agenda here in America. They don’t care about the young Iranian gay men being put to death by the mullahs. They can’t even let the thought of that intrude upon the relative safety they have here at home. God forbid. And the feminists here in America. What a joke?! What feminists? I didn’t hear their outcry when young Iranian women were being hung or stoned to death for adultery. Or when the Russian or Chinese governments repatriate women and their children to torture or worse in Iranian and North Korean gulags. And where is the outcry against the genital mutilation of little girls or the attempted export of this barbarism to Western cultures? There are a few small voices in America trying to get this message out. But the major media oulets in this country are so diametrically opposed to George W. Bush and his mission that they stifle any coverage that might awaken the American people to what they are really up against. Recently, some of us have witnessed the screams of an Iranian woman resisting arrest, crying for help as she was being pushed into the back seat of a police car. And we laughed in amusement at the warnings being given to Iranian barbers about Western style haicuts for men or about the plucking of eyebrows. But believe me there are much more sinister and evil acts being perpretrated in Iraq and Iran and in North Korea. And probably elsewhere too. Do you honestly think things would be any different if the United Nations (i.e. the United States) intervened in Darfur? The terrorists would flock to Sudan just as they have to Iraq. So, most of the democrats in the United States stopped believing what they were saying a long time ago. And at the top of their agenda has been the delegitimization of George W. Bush so that they could start winning elections again. Believe me, Omar. They don’t care about you or the Iraqi people or the oppressed anywhere in the world. So we have to stop them. A Lieberman-Loving Democrat Sister Rosetta May 1, 2007 02:52 PM

By: Chase

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 22:46:27 +0000

So when are we going to see that? HRC won’t do it. Surely they won’t speak ill of a guy who bashes Bush right along with them.
Well, it took me about five seconds to find this on the HRC website (which I've visited only a couple times previously, so it was hardly tough to find):
Said Solmonese: "Today’s assertions by President Ahmadinejad that there are no homosexuals in Iran would be simply absurd were it not for the fact that international human rights watchers have long documented some of the most horrific acts of persecution and violence committed against gay people in Iran. These acts of terror have included incarcerations, beatings, and brutal executions. Ahmadinejad’s denial that there are gay people in Iran shows the extent to which he devalues the lives of the many citizens his government has and continues to violate."
Sounds like a good start to me, since I'll have to take you at face value in your assertions that HRC has not previously criticized Ahmadinejad. What do you guys think? The full text is here:

By: LesbianNeoCon

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 20:40:41 +0000

#53, Sense, your name should be "Common Sense". Great stuff!

By: LesbianNeoCon

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 19:17:16 +0000 does it again! She says it like no other. Sure, Gay Patriot rocks, but Tammy's a chick!! ;-) To see the photo of what she is referring to, you must go to her website ( I can't attach here. Two gay men being executed in Iran. For being gay. Picture courtesy of Homan, the Iranian Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Organization. Yeah,a blog from those people who don't exist. Most bloggers did an excellent job calling attention to and criticizing Ahmadinejad's ridiculous statement about gays in Iran during yesterday's speech at Columbia. At a certain point one does not want to be come an echo chamber, so I've waited until today to make a few points. I'm still simply stunned by the absurdity of Ahmadinejad in New York yesterday and the finally hearing rejection and disgust from the Columbia crowd--but only when homosexuals are mentioned. Yes, of course monkey boy's comments were absurd about the gays in Iran, but they pale in comparison to his comments about wiping Israel off the map. The fact that it took a revealing, but not surprising, comment about gays to enrage the Columbia crowd illustrates how deep and blinding malignant narcissism truly is. Believe me, Teh Gheys are not at the top of the list for annihilation by Islamists. Oh, we're on that list (certainly below the Joooooz!), so it is quite the moral abdication to passively, or even approvingly, listen to other equally fanatical and dangerous comments by the same madman.

By: V the K

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 13:05:01 +0000

Scoots, Matthew Shepard was killed by crackheads, not Christian evangelicals. Your stupidity is truly epic.

By: Sense

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 13:01:54 +0000

Remember that Ahmadinejad's evil is not limited to executing and otherwise oppressing gays- this is a man who denies that the Holocaust ever happened, then in the next breath says that's really a shame and proposes finishing the job. He's president of a nation that has been a major state sponsor of terrorism for nearly 30 years, and is currently waging a proxy war against us by sending various armaments to insurgents in Iraq. It's therefore shocking to me that so many on the left, including homosexuals who 'wouldn't exist' in Iran, cannot bring themself to condemn him unless they condemn Bush in the same breath. Bush is obviously not the most gay-friendly guy around, but equating his relatively minor offenses against us with Ahmadinejad's policy of hanging us by the neck until dead is simply disingenous and politically blind. Don't excuse Bush's anti-gay policies by any means- but at least be willing to admit that in this particular situation, he's not the biggest threat. Not even close.

By: ThatGayConservative

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 11:16:14 +0000

Say Chase, Do you suppose we'll see gay liberals criticize Iran before or after they apologize and make corrections for Jessie Macbeth, Beauchamp etc.????

By: ThatGayConservative

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 10:27:44 +0000

#50 Meanwhile, those who died at the hands of terrorists might have been less under lord BJ, but the fact that he (or any other lib) didn't give a shit is even more chilling. But that's just me.

By: North Dallas Thirty

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 04:31:49 +0000

Versus you and your fellow do-nothings, Ian?

By: Ian S

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 04:01:36 +0000

Bush’s crimes don’t even begin to match Ahmadinejad’s in scope, number of innocents killed
Well, Bush is hardly a piker when it comes to the numBer of innocents he's responsible for killing. And many of those commenting here cheered it all on. "Shock and Awe" you know.

By: ThatGayConservative

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 03:42:37 +0000

Scooty-puff Jr. sez: Why, that’s in them there bible of theirs! Stoning homosexuals is “supposed” to be their punishment. Can't find it in my Bible (NIV). Chapter and verse please?