It gets good around the 2 minute mark.
So much tolerance! I had to laugh about the guy who claimed to be so very educated, and yet he spewed filthy language. I guess he never got educated in proper English.
I notice how the homosexualists resorted to claims of “hate” and “bigotry.” Yet how many of them would want to be told they were “haters” and “bigots” if they said pedophilia was wrong? I’ll bet most of them also think incest and polygamy is wrong, but they wouldn’t consider that “hate” or “bigotry.” it is only hate and bigotry if you think homosexuality is wrong.
Illogical and hypocritical.
I’m really angry you linked that. You ought to have had, in big capital letters, perhaps blinking and in red the words, “WARNING!!! BAGPIPES!!!” Maybe a couple of “CUIDADO’s” and ACHTUNG’s” for those of us who don’t speak English.
Bagpipes. You ought to be ashamed of yourself.
Glenn, sadly, the hardcore pro-gay bigots tend to retreat to the ground of moral neutrality when it comes to incestuous and polygamous (and even underaged) “marriage”. This is because that is the hiding place they have made their fortress.
Ari, I beg forgiveness for my oversight. I will endeavor to never make the same mistake twice. A thousand pardons!
@Ari They should have at least gotten some better pipers – those guys hurt MY ears!
Even iffy pipe playing has a manly, courageous quality.
It is truly hard to believe the level of hate and vitriol on display in that video.
Imagine if someone had been in a coma for the past 50 years, and then woke up and watched that video. And then imagine that person’s reaction upon learning that the people holding the signs were doing nothing more than standing up for the definition of marriage as a union of one man and one woman. I think the hypothetical coma patient would refuse to believe it, thinking that the protestors surely must have been doing something horribly offensive to cause such negative reactions from various passers-by. Or perhaps he would think that he had woken up in the twilight zone.
I am very much aware of the ongoing debates on these issues, and even I find it hard to believe that a group of people simply holding a sign saying that marriage is the union of one man and one woman could cause anything like the vitriol on display in that video.
I will say though that I did not like the smug reply from one of the pro-marriage protestors near the beginning of the video, when he said something like, “God approves of what I am doing.” I thought that that statement came across as prideful and self-righteous.
@Paul H Not only prideful and self-righteous, but also presumptuous. How does he know God approves of the type of protest they were doing? While I won’t tell them not to protest that way, my experience in observing this type of protest (frequently, I might add, during the summer in Iowa City) it that it causes more strife than good.
Should the Supremes get to decide what the definition of marriage is for the whole country?
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