Re: Exporting the Anti-Gay Movement
Originally Posted by dabateman
Your denial is convenient isn't it...
It's not terribly complicated. Pro-family here in the United States means anti-gay, so why wouldn't it mean anti-gay in Uganda? Oh wait. It obviously does. And giving them money to support a "pro-family" conference knowing that the money is used by a terrorist organization to enforce the Ten Commandments at gunpoint? Christians are the people behind these horrible things. I'm not saying that they are horrible people, unless they meant for this to happen with their funding/support. But if they meant for it to happen they should be charged with accessory. If they didn't mean for it to happen they should be forced to take an up close view of the things done to these Ugandan homosexuals.
But nice how you change the subject. First you denied that it was even Christian. Now you're denying that the events are even taking place. Anything to avoid the reality.
Pro family is not anti gay. Not agreeing with a lifestyle hardly equates to going out in lynch mobs to hang them which is the correlation the author was making and now you are as well.
"I swear- by my life and my love of it- that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine"- Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
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