Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Gay Marriage Has Been Defeated In Maine. Gay Marriage Has Now Lost In All 31 States In Which It Has Been Put To a Popular Vote

Yesterday, gay marriage was on the ballot in Maine and lost as usual.

IMHO, the gay activists themselves are responsible for the defeat of gay marriage every time it is put on the ballot.

Gay activists flocked to Maine in the weeks preceding the referendum on Gay marriage. During their rallies, gay activists often show their true colors. They are an intolerant bunch who who demonize their opponents by calling them haters, bigots, racists, and brainwashed bible thumpers. By doing so, they demonstrate their own hate, intolerance and prejudices. They also demonstrate their freakish nature with their antics, dress, profanity and extreme viewpoints. Click on this link to view photos of intolerant gay freaks protesting the outcome of prop 8 in California:

Watch these eye opening videos and audio files from an anti-gay marriage rally in Maine:

It seems that the numbers of the gay activists is much greater than the anti-gay activists, however the numbers at the ballot box prove to be the opposite.


Matt said...

They won't quit though. I did write about the violence and thug tactics they used against people who donated to support prop 8 in California. Sadly, I think it might come to widespread violence. Typical of the left though, don't give them what they want, and they have a tantrum.

Kris said...

Bigotry. Noun.
"stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own"

Please tell me how this does not apply to people who claim that gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgendered people don't deserve the same rights as anyone else?

And, for your information, stating that something is your opinion doesn't defend it from criticism. Opinions are arguments, and can be valid or invalid.

garyganu said...


Homosexuality is not a creed, belief, or opinion.

Homosexuality is a behavior. Other behaviors include: adultery, cigarette smoking and habitual drinking.

I am not compelled to perform the above behaviors just because I have an overwhelming desire. The above behaviors are not illegal, however, they are abnormal, unhealthy.

IMHO, abnormal and unhealthy behaviors should not be promoted. However, human rights demand that they should be tolerated within reasonable limits.

Redefining the institution of marriage, in order to appease homosexual activists, exceeds reasonable tolerance, IMHO.