Skip to comments.HuffPo attacks Family Research Council just hours after shooting
Posted on 08/15/2012 12:40:34 PM PDT by scottjewell
Huffington Post has an article promoted on its front page, published today at 1:36pm, from an LGBT rights activist referring to the Family Research Council as an extreme right-wing group and a hate group:
" extreme right-wing groups like the Concerned Women for America, Faith and Freedom Coalition, and the Family Research Council are also lauding Ryans hyperconservatism on social issues.
"And in a sign that Paul Ryan has no qualms about flexing his anti-gay muscles during the campaign to those extreme groups, he has agreed to address the Family Research Council, which the Southern Poverty Law Center deems a hate group, at the organizations annual Value Voters Summit in September."
The post went live approximately two hours after the shooting, and remains there as of this writing.
So leftists have no problem with people dying as long as those people dying are ones that they disagree with. Of course, if your Pro Life and anti perverted same sex marriage your a “Hater” to these far left goons
The Southern Poverty Law Center has zero authority on anything. Morris Dees is nothing but a scam artist.
How many LGBT’s have been shot by Family Research Council supporters?? None. I think I know who the hate group is.
Exactly. “Haters” do not fall under their banner of “diversity” and “tolerance”. I guess the ‘hater’ label comes in handy for them, allowing them to have their cake and eat it , too.
I agree - just try telling that to the agents of political correctness and promoters of the gay agenda, who are constantly saying, “but they are a designated Hate Group!” of anyone who dares to dissent.
I think they focus on abortion doctors. LGBT are small fry.
That gets me to thinkin.
Guess I’m gonna have to come up with another bumper sticker design for the southern progressive lie center.
That’s a great bumper-sticker right there, lmao! ;-)
Waymon Hudson is President and Co-Founder of Fight OUT Loud , a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping LGBT individuals and their allies fight discrimination and hate. He is a vocal community activist and LGBT rights advocate. Waymon is also a political consultant, focusing on new media/social networking and youth outreach.
Waymon has been happily partnered for over 8 years with his husband Anthony. They received their civil union from Vermont and are registered domestic partners in Broward County, where they now live with their two wonderful dogs. They recently married in San Francisco, CA, becoming one of the 18,000 couples to remain married after Prop 8 passed. Waymon and Anthony are also proud foster parents of a now college-aged son.
One gay man- lots of opinions... Activist, Blogger, Politico, TV host, & all around political trouble-maker.
Chicago, Illinois · http://www.WaymonHudson.com
Is he attempting to show....cleavage?
Scary isnt it..that these people justify the shooting of innocent people because they disagree with them. Makes you wonder what else is coming, especially if they know that Obama is going to lose in November
Great for a bumper-sticker and a T shirt! :-) I think you’ve found your calling, cripple, sell them online.
Well, I deem the Southern Poverty Law Center a hate group. How ‘bout that?
Bilerico’s own Waymon Hudson, Anthony’s husband, on becoming First Lady of Oakland Park, Florida
Anthony Niedwiecki, (born March 18, 1967) is an American politician, who was elected to the city commission of Oakland Park, Florida in March 2009. As the city’s top vote-getter for any position in the 2009 election, he automatically assumed the office of vice-mayor in 2010 and would have become mayor in 2011, but resigned effective June 1, 2010 to take a position in Chicago.
A law professor and administrator at Broward County’s Shepard Broad law school, Niedwiecki and his husband Waymon Hudson were co-founders of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender lobby group Fight OUT Loud, and led an activist campaign against former Fort Lauderdale mayor Jim Naugle after Naugle made a number of anti-gay statements. The couple also lobbied the Florida State Senate to overturn the state’s ban on gay adoption, after taking in a foster child who had been abandoned as “unadoptable” by the state because of the child’s HIV status. The couple wed in California in before Proposition 8 passed in June 2008 and remain legally married as one of 18,000 couples still wed after the anti-gay marriage proposition passed.
During his first year in office, Vice-Mayor Niedwiecki pushed for expanded protections for transgender residents and workers by adding “gender identity and expression” to the city’s non-discrimination policies and vendor contracts. Niedwiecki also directed the city to review all of its policies and ordinances to be sure that the language included and recognized LGBT families and relationships as well. Oakland Park, Florida also celebrated gay pride in the city for the first time with a proclamation celebrating the contributions of the LGBT community.
His campaign was endorsed by the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, the Metro Broward Professional Firefighters Union, Equality Florida, the Broward County AFL-CIO and the American Black Caucus.
In the summer of 2010, Niedwiecki left Florida to accept a job at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois as a law professor and Director of The John Marshall Law School’s Lawyering Skills Program
what’s good for the goose is good for the gander ;-)
Seems the answer is....YES!
Bilericos own Waymon Hudson, Anthonys husband, on becoming First Lady of Oakland Park, Florida
I just reply to them that the SPLC is a hate group, designated by me.