Skip to comments.The HomoCon Tipping Point: Why CPAC Was a Milestone Weekend for Gays
Posted on 02/23/2010 12:24:11 PM PST by DesertRenegade
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Please provide examples.
Your WHOLE posting record. ALL of it. I have seen others tell you that you are a troll. You argue the opposite of Freepers. ALWAYS. You are antagonistic and abrasive. Normally I avoid you.
CPAC is FUBAR.
“You are correct is that the Conservative movement can only succeed if it only includes those people that are morally pure.
Therefore, conservatives should banish those who are gay, those who have had abortions, those who have ever used illegal drugs, those who have had premarital sex and those who have torn those annoying tags off of their pillows.”
This is what you said in response to homosexual activists being included in a conservative venue where they shouted down a conservative who disagreed with their behavior and/or agenda.
We have every kind of “sinner” in the conservative movement but we don’t set up booths for them to promote their “sins.” Most conservative don’t go around loud and proud of their abortions with a booth at the conservative political events. They do that at socialist events.
CPAC permited homosexuals to promote their sexual behavior or lifestyle choice and the power to shout down the truth. Conservatives are not for promoting amorality or immorality.
We don’t support the homosexual agenda that was at CPAC.
She was not invited. The homosexuals with their agenda were given a booth and a mob of fake conservatives shouted down a man who disagreed with them. May as well have been the usual aggressive amoral and immoral socialist affair.
Thank you ..
I have had many a sleepless night worrying about the tag police knocking on my door in the middle of the night..
“those who have torn those annoying tags off of their pillows.”
The pillow company may not remove the tag.
The owner of the pillow can.
Gay marriage was the trojan issue. What issues do they reject of the homosexual agenda? They were not pushing that the perverts leave the kids alone.
No that TAG must be on the pillow at the time the consumer buys it. Once it is purchased, the owner can remove the tag. That is what I have heard. That is my understanding; if I am wrong, please advise.
Yes pulling a tag off a pillow is legal as is being gay and having pre marital sex.
I was at Yahoo Answers, and this is what they say about tag removals from mattresses, pillows, etc:
The warning is not meant for consumers, but for merchants and manufacturers.
Back in the old days when business people were not as high-principled and as scrupulously honest as they are today, some manufacturers were not too picky about the materials they used to stuff mattresses and the like. So you might have ended up sleeping on vermin or stuff that could make you sick or a dead cow or something. Well, probably not a dead cow.
Anyway, the government stepped in and required them to put a tag on the product listing its contents, and it carried the warning “Do Not Remove Under Penalty of Law.” That never applied to you, just to the manufacturers and dealers, but lots of people didn’t understand that.
Nowadays the tag says, “This tag may not be removed except by the consumer.”
It is my understanding that the gays at CPAC were not advocating gay marriage nor were they recruiting children.
That is not my understanding from a friend who attended CPAC.
Log Cabin Republicans (so-called conservatives all) have close ties to GLAD (you should look it up) and the main items on their agenda are: gay marriage, immigration for AIDS/HIV infected gays, and open gays in the military....hubba hubba!
Their website discusses acceptance of gay families - that is code for the queer sex re-education program targeted at other people’s kiddos in the public schools. Gladd is a “civil rights organization” for gays. It’s goal is to make this poor, offended minority a group with special rights and voice over everybody else. They sue in places they think they have the judges to force gay sex education and clubs in the public schools. Currently they are focusing their efforts on New England.
A conservative should know these things, turmandogz, so that they are not whipped up into the frenzy of mis-direction that liberals always whip up to divide conservatives. This is much more “change” than if I accept homos doing their thing while being a conservative voter - which I do. It is a political affiliation with an agenda. You should ask yourself...what is that agenda and do I want it called “conservative.” Do I want to associate with it - give legal, sexual, social and political power to it?
So, in answering my question, you stand for storm troopers issuing no knock warrants, dressed an ninja’s, shooting first and asking questions later? There was a woman in georgia, a little old lady, shot dead in her home because of a no knock warrant based upon a bad tip from a drug user. I guess from your answer you support this. Sorry, you are no conservative if you believe this...not a libertarian issue, but a civil rights issue...
“The only thing they are conservative on is guns and taxes.”
Not really. There’s that entire “size and scope of government” thing. That isn’t just a tax issue, it’s an issue of liberty and constitutionality.
“storm troopers issuing no knock warrants, dressed an ninjas, shooting first and asking questions later”
I guessed it, you’re a liberaltarian.
If you applaud the paramilitarization of domestic police forces and see no problem with no-knock raids and civil asset forfeiture prior to any conviction in a court of law, you’re no conservative; you’re authoritarian.
Calling oneself conservative, and advocating the undermining of Constitutional protections, which is in fact the law, in order to enforce another law, is inherently disordered thinking. There are justified limits upon what police may legally do in pursuit of crime or suspected crime. To believe otherwise is contrary to everything for which our Founders stood.
If you can’t see this, you deserve to get hauled out of your own home and frog marched to some kangaroo court for denying global warming, or saying homosexuality is wrong, come some fine, future day in this burgeoning Obama nation.
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