Skip to comments.OBAMA WHITE HOUSE FUNDRAISES FOR ANTI-CHRISTIAN BULLY SAVAGE
Posted on 04/30/2012 6:46:09 AM PDT by massmike
The Obama Administration has placed significant support behind the so-called It Gets Better Project. The White House has devoted a specific section of the WhiteHouse.gov website to the Project. President Obama, Vice President Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, and many other administration officials have cut videos on behalf of the Project.
Now, the message of the Project is worthwhile. The organization is designed to protect children from bullying; its suggested pledge states:
Everyone deserves to be respected for who they are. I pledge to spread this message to my friends, family and neighbors. I'll speak up against hate and intolerance whenever I see it, at school and at work. I'll provide hope for lesbian, gay, bi, trans and other bullied teens by letting them know that "It Gets Better.
Theres only one problem: the organization is headed by one Dan Savage.
This is the same Dan Savage who spoke at the National High School Journalism Conference last week, where he ripped into the Bible and called religious students pansy-assed for walking out on him.
But theres much more to Dan Savage than just anti-religious bullying. Hes one of the biggest bullies on the planet. And hes the point person the White House specifically chose and fundraised for in order to push their anti-bullying agenda.
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Excuse me? This is NOT a "worthwhile" project because it is pro homosexual and being funded by tax dollars taken from individuals whose religious beliefs find that behavior to be abhorrent. In fact, if we were to extend the liberal practice of taking the bill of rights and expending the meaning to suit the cause, a case could be made that using government dollars to fund the proactive sodomy campaign is in violation of the first amendment rights of religious Americans.
This would have been a worthwhile project had they not put the focus to tiny population of the lesbian, gay, bi and trans.
Yes they added the words and other bullied teens. But the lesbian, gay, bi and trans populations is a small minority of the bullied teens in the schools.
In one the local schools here a girl was bullied to the point that she committed sucide. Apparently from the news articles covering the event what set her up to be bullied is that she was an immigrant with a pronounce accent. From the pictures in the paper she was quite attractive. Perhaps that had something to do with it as well. I can see some leader of a clique being jealous and attacking her.
What a disgusting, vile pervert!
On another threat, Savage was quoted as saying we have to acknowledge there are “good pedophiles.”
Quite a cast of characters there, 000000bama.
Savage (right) at above photo...
Savage, openly gay author of relationship advice column Savage Love.
Its tone is frank in its discussion of sexuality, often humorous, and hostile to social conservatives and Rick Santorum’s views on homosexuality.
In 2010, Savage and his husband Terry Miller began the It Gets Better Project to help prevent suicide among LGBT youth.
Savage has stated that he is now “a wishy-washy agnostic” and an atheist, he has said that he still considers himself “culturally Catholic.”
Savage and his husband, Terry, have one adopted son, D.J., and were married in Vancouver, BC in 2005.
In addition to being a nationally syndicated sex advice columnist and author of books, Savage can also lay claim to being the only person at The Stranger to have actually converted his sexuality into a profession. Of the 100-120 days he works in a given calendar year, Savage dedicates fully 90 of them to psychologically abusing his staff by rewriting articles without telling them, assigning huge pieces at the last minute, and questioning their dedication to the paper, their intellect, and indeed, their sexuality. He has a boyfriend (Husband) and a child. He is also wealthy beyond the dreams of avarice and cheats at racketball. Good luck getting him on the phone, and dont ever ask where hes going or where hes been.
WARNING...WARNING...WARNING.... vulgar language ahead...
"sometimes people hook up with strangers precisely because they wanna have sex with someone they don't know and don't expect to see again. And that's not always a bad idea: Having sex with someone who you don't expect to see again can be very liberating. A girl who can't let herself go with a guy she's datingmaybe she fears being slut- or nympho-shamed by a boyfriendwill grind the dick off a hookup. And it can be easier to ask someone you don't expect to see again to do something kinky. Say a straight boy has always wanted a girl to put him in her panties and peg his ass. He could ask a girlfriend to do that for him, sure, but the stakes are higher. What if she freaks out and dumps him, and blabs to her friendsand hisabout why she dumped him?" "
People who divide the fuckable world into those they care about (and can't open up to sexually) and those they don't care about (and can open up to sexually but won't date) wind up having awesome sex with people they don't know and lousy sex with people they marry. That's not a good strategy for anyone interested in a successfuland sexually fulfillinglong-term relationship."
It’s going to become very difficult to be a follower of the (in Savage’s words ) B.S. Gospel.
Kids who grow up automatically receiving trophies when they don’t win, medals for
participation, and green-housed from the difficult elements of life - in every way
imaginable, will wilt in the realities of life as soon as they experience how
tough it can be...
We’ve become a nation of cringing, whimpering, socialist-dependent cry-babies.
Dan Savage At Anti-Bullying Event: We Can Learn To Ignore The Bullsh*t In The Bible About Gay People
On Monday, Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy interviewed Rick Tuttle, a California high school teacher who had some students walk out of an anti-bullying speech given by columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage earlier this month.
Heres what Savage had said:
People often point out that they cant help it, they cant help with the anti-gay bullying, because it says right there in Leviticus, it says right there in Timothy, it says right there in Romans that being gay is wrong. We can learn to ignore the bullshit in the Bible about gay people.
Tuttle explained that he had taken a group of students to a conference to hear Savage speak, but that some were offended by the remark Savage had made about the Bible during his anti-bullying speech. I mean, as an educator, I take bullying very seriously, Tuttle explained. My duty is to protect all students from bullying, and so I thought there was value in going to this conference to hear a speech about what I thought was anti-bullying. But what we got was a vulgar, profanity-laced attack on Christians. And some of my students actually asked me if they could leave and I said definitely, they could.
So he was supposed to have an anti-bullying message, said Doocy, but it seemed like he was bullying some of the Christians. Didnt it?
And, according to Tuttle, the insults continued even after the students left the convention center.
And they say when they got outside of the convention center, he continued, he was still lobbing insults at them. Basically saying that they were, uh . pansies, I think is the word he used or something a little coarser actually related to that. So basically insulting them even after they left.
Heres what Savage had said:
You can tell the Bible guys in the hall they can come back now because Im done beating up the Bible. Its funny to someone who is on the receiving end of beatings that are justified by the Bible how pansy-ass people react when you push back
Dan Savage @fakedansavage
Dan Savage writes the syndicated Savage Love sex advice column.
Dan Savage; @fakedansavage
I prefer the smell of gay boys, @hellobraulio. I’m not one of those gays who think straight, all by itself, is a turn on. I prefer fags.
Dan Savage; @fakedansavage
You would think Catholic nuns would know that Jesus railed against gay marriage and only gave a passing mention to poverty. Oh, wait...
Dan Savage; @fakedansavage
And of the Dem guests on Sunday shows, how many blue dogs and/or worthless & spineless pseudo-Repugs? @markos @thinkprogress
Planned Parenthood; @PPact
Call and tell them “NO!” 614-466-1474 @TheDailyBeast: #Ohio Republicans Move to Cut Funds to Planned Parenthood: http://bit.ly/HWH1Q1
Retweeted by Dan Savage
Dan Savage and "husband"
He was speaking on April 12 to attendees of the National High School Journalism Conference, sponsored by the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association
he was raised in a devoutly Catholic home and is the country’s leading gay activist
Dan Savage writes the internationally syndicated relationship and sex advice column “Savage Love.” Savage, who is gay, has been outspoken in his support for gay rights and his hostility for social conservatives
In May 2003, sex columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage held a contest among his readers to create a definition for the word “santorum”, as a response to comments by then-U.S. Senator Rick Santorum during an interview with the Associated Press that had been criticized as anti-gay. Savage announced the winning entry, which defined “santorum” as “the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex.” He created a web site, spreadingsantorum.com (and santorum.com), to promote the definition, which became a prominent search result for Santorum’s name on several web search engines.
In 2010 Savage offered to take the site down if Santorum donated US$5 million to Freedom to Marry, a group advocating legal recognition of same-sex marriages. In September 2011 Santorum asked Google to remove the definition from its search engine index. Google refused, responding that the company does not remove content from search results except in very limited circumstances
In a July 2011 video on Funny or Die, Savage proposed to redefine Santorum’s first name if Santorum did not stop criticizing homosexuality. In his August 17, 2011 column, Savage observed that “Santorum hasn’t laid off the gay bashing, as it’s all he’s got,” and endorsed a reader suggestion to re-define “rick” as a verb.
The kids who are being bullied in liberal schools, schools run by the group-think of liberal teachers - ARE the children of conservatives... Christian bashing and conservative bashing are acceptable to elite liberals and their thuggish enforcers: the liberal MSM....
I don't care what they do in bed - I just don't want to subsidize it, pay for it, give them special privileges or protections or have their lifestyle shoved in my face. And I'm sick of the thugs pretending their victims.
They ARE the bullies and haters they 'rally against'. Guess their too stupid to see what they've become.
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