Thursday, November 6, 2008

More Evidence of Gay Tolerance /sarc off

It's sad, ironic and true. There is absolutely NO TOLERANCE from the homosexual activists towards those who wish to preserve the original definition of marriage.

NO RIGHTS were taken away from them! The wrong ruling of four rogue judges who took it upon themselves to overturn 4.1 million votes when Proposition 22 was passed years ago, have now been corrected by voters...AGAIN!

I ask...WHERE'S THE TOLERANCE FROM THE OTHER SIDE??? They are all about tolerance when things are going their way. However, when voters decide an issue - the gays curse at us and threaten to burn down Christian churches!


Absolutely despicable!!

I have no respect for them anymore. I'm done.

P.S. BTW, I noticed a hand-made "No on Prop 8" sign posted on a telephone pole a few blocks down from my street. It said, "Don't be like Hitler - vote no on Prop. 8."

Yep...a real tolerant bunch...aren't they? /sarc off - again.

Additional articles:

Headlines - Thursday, November 6, 2008

Cal. AG to defend marriage from redefinition while defending its redefinition
November 6, 2008

Statement by Andrew Pugno, General Counsel of - Yes on 8
November 6, 2008

New legislatures expected to take up marriage redefinition bills in 5 states November 6, 2008

Fighting Over Voter-Approved Marriage Amendment Puts “Squeeze on California’s Chief Justice”
November 6, 2008

Margin of Prop. 8 victory requires vigilance and ongoing efforts by churches and pro-family groups
November 6, 2008

Pretense of tolerance is over: Prop. 8 opponents attempt to defy voters
November 5, 2008

“Lawsuit Against Gay Marriage Ban Irks Christians”
November 6, 2008

Back to court … again: Californians voted for traditional marriage Tuesday, but opponents file lawsuits
November 6, 2008

“Contempt for the will of the people”: Same-sex marriage proponents won’t concede election, ask court to nullify Proposition 8
November 6, 2008

Jordan Lorence: Marriage battle is not over, its just heating up
November 6, 2008

Mike Johnson on Don Kroah Show: State Marriage Amendment victories

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