Skip to comments.Who's the intolerant bigot? The lesbian sister
Posted on 11/21/2013 5:39:06 PM PST by ReformationFan
The meanstream media has been all atwitter this week over the spat between the Cheney sisters Liz, a candidate for the U.S. Senate in Wyoming, and her lesbian sister Mary regarding same-sex marriage. Actually, you can't even call this a spat, since only one of the two sisters is bickering with the other in this little family war.
And the one doing the sniping here is not the heterosexual, happily-married, Christian sister. The one who is lobbing the grenades here is her perpetually aggrieved, sexually-confused, gay-activist sibling.
I'm not sure what you call it when one sister is trying to pick a very public fight with the other, and the second sister won't fight back, but instead turns the other cheek, just as Jesus taught. I would call it intolerance and bigotry and a form of bullying.
In other words, Liz Cheney is not the intolerant bigot here. Mary Cheney is.
(Excerpt) Read more at renewamerica.com ...
Gays are by & large are utterly incapable of brooking any disagreement on the issue of acceptance or nonacceptance of homosexuality.
From my humble observatory, it appears the gay activist crowd are nothing more than self-absorbed, juvenile thugs with an attitude. Considering they’re about 1 to 2% of the population, this really ticks a lot of us off.
One tip that may come in handy this holiday season: stay out of family quarrels.
That's because they seek to impose conformity of thought on other people. This, in turn, is because they are extremely unhappy... and believe their unhappiness results from the thoughts of other people.
They believe that only by changing the thought patterns of their friends, neighbors and family members can they become happy.
This is the worst kind of political lie, a fake family feud when they both support gay marriage.
Liz Cheney has been promoting gay marriage and gays in the military for years, she opposed DOMA and a constitutional amendment.
Dick Cheney is even playing in this game, and he wanted to openly support gay marriage during the 2000 campaign.
I wouldn’t take sides. I wouldn’t trust her for a second on the issues.
It’s pathetic when politicians and other public figures, who their whole lives opposed gay marriage for a myriad of good reasons, feel they need to twist themselves into pretzels espousing what they know is wrong, just because they have a child who is gender-confused and militantly insisting everyone applaud the unapplaudible. These politicians and other public figures becomes a pathetic quaking characters afraid to stand up for logic and their real convictions. At that point these politicians, trying to seem what they are not, become useless to themselves and those who had believed the politicians had a steadfast moral compass. They are victims of the homosexual agenda, which wants everyone to think the same as they do. The propagandists will not spare their own family members. They are thought control police.
Please, no pictures of Mary Cheney’s mate......
That doesn’t describe the Cheneys, they really do support the homosexual agenda, Liz has supported it for years, and Dick actually wanted to run on it in 2000 because he believed so strongly that America needed gay marriage, and the homosexual agenda.
05/09/2012 Gay Conservative Groups: Good Obama Adopted (DICK)Cheney Position On Same-Sex Marriage:
Both groups, Log Cabin Republicans and GOProud, also made specific mention of former Vice President Dick Cheney, downplaying Obamas statement because the Republican embraced same-sex marriage first.
07/30/12Dick Cheney Defends His Silence On Gay Marriage In 2000:
WASHINGTON Dick Cheney says he didnt see the point of raising the issue of gay marriage in the 2000 presidential campaign, even though he supported it.
The former vice president suggested it wouldnt have done much good and probably would have sunk President George W. Bushs prospects for office.
02/17/2012Dick Cheney Part Of Marriage Equality Lobbying Effort In Maryland: Report:
WASHINGTON Dick Cheney is part of a lobbying campaign to convince at least one Maryland state lawmaker to back marriage equality, the Baltimore Sun reported on Thursday. Since leaving the vice presidents office, Cheney has been increasingly vocal in his support for same-sex marriage, but the extent of his engagement on the issue was not previously well known.
Which is why they make a perfect “victim” group for leftists and democrats, i.e. believers in so-called “positive rights” which are no true rights at all. If one needs the absolute affirmation of everyone else around him, he is putting demands and obligations upon others that take away their negative rights which are the only true rights there are.
If homosexuals truly believed what they were doing was right then they wouldn’t care what anyone else thought of them.
It’s all BS.
Did Dick Cheney promote this agenda before his daughter declared herself?
We do know that it goes back for close to 15 years, it is clear what he believes in.
We also have years of Liz Cheney supporting the homosexual agenda.
It is theater. Liz and the whole family is for “gay rights”. She’s desperately trying to lie her way to victory in Wyoming.
If one accepted their homosexuality, then they would do something else offensive, while looking over at you, saying with their eyes, “How about this, do I have your goat now?”
What we still don’t know or have evidence for is whether the parents thought the same way their daughter chose that path.
I figure it is. I will never vote for another Cheney ever.
If a situation like this were true, I’d still say the lesbian sister was an obnoxious brat.
We do know going back at least 15 years, we know more about how the Cheneys believed in “gay marriage” than just about any other politicians.
Wanting to campaign on the homosexual agenda to the republican base in 2000, is as strong as it gets, perhaps if you are just totally obsessed with how Dick Cheney felt about the concept of “gay marriage” in the 1970s, or 1980s, you could try doing what sounds to me, like impossible research.
‘how Dick Cheney felt about the concept of gay marriage in the 1970s, or 1980s, you could try doing what sounds to me, like impossible research.’
I lived in the 1970s and 1980s and such a concept was unthinkable for the vast majority of us back then.