I certainly wouldn't take my grandson to Disney World at a time when a bunch of faggots were parading around with their perversion proudly on display for all to see. In fact, given Disney's promotion of their agenda, I'm not even sure I would take my grandson to Disney World at all at this point,
But see, I know it's not my place to try to get the Federal Goverment to stop Disney from having Gay Days.
And I also know since I'm not a Disney stockholder, I don't have any say on how the company is run.
So let me see if I have this right.....you think that decent people, especially if they're Christians that actually try to live their beliefs, should simply hole up in their homes if they want to protect their children from the pervasive decadence that is being handed down by a liberal and utterly corrupt court legislating from the bench while the faggots take over the streets and the public arena while at the same time God is being driven from it. If you can't see the flaws inherent in that mentality, then no amount of logic will help you, so why should I waste my time? My impression of you from everything I have seen in your posts is that you go from thread to thread hurling insults at reasonable people without offering "reasonable" replies. If you have a point, there is a right way and a wrong way to present it. Launching attacks on individuals and that which they value highly, is not the way to make your position heard. But then, maybe you don't really care about being heard or facilitating the debate, but rather seek to inflame the rhetoric.
posted on 07/06/2003 11:49:03 AM PDT
("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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