American gays should pray (if any are religious) and give thanks to God that they live in such a tolerant, open society as America is. When you hear how homosexuality is treated in other parts of the world, it really adds perspective to the gay demands in our country.
We can have all the debates about gay marriage, “don’t ask/don’t tell” military policies, gay adoptions, and gay partners being on health insurance policies, among others. My only point is that the gay debates we have are far different than the gay debates in some other places. And the point is that American gays have never been freer or more open about their lives than they are right now. And for that they should be grateful.
WELL. It’s an idiotic thing for a politician to say,
and it’s an idiotic thing for you to say.
Worthy of Iran. There are millions upon millions of gay
people in every ‘civilized’ country of the West AND East,
who do not buy into the Gay Agenda in any way and just want to be LEFT ALONE. You apparently don’t know that, or respect it. You have this in common with lots of people, ironically, say, with John Kerry, who during the campaign
couldn’t resist “outing” the Cheney daughter who was gay, strictly for the dubious political purpose of stoking the ‘gay issue’, insisting she was fair game. Nice company you keep.
I’m just tired of gay this and gay that. They aren’t special for their perversion. A gay cruise is like bringing a diseased ship to your shores. It leaves far more behind than money.
Live and let live. The government should not get involved in the private choices that people make. Gays should be given all of the freedoms and opportunities that everyone else in this country are. You, personally, don’t have to like them, but this should not be a government issue. We don’t need more thought police from our side.
My reply to her is, “Me neither.”
I respect no one who continues to support the kenyan.