Angry Gay Activists Show Their True Face

A small portrait of the translator

November 16, 2008 @ 21:31 UTC

Written by


Countries:
none
Candidates:
none
Issues:
LGBT
 

Angry activists for gay marriage have shown their true face after they lost the battle for gay marriage in California earlier this week.

As reported earlier today, they declared war on Catholics and Mormons immediately after Proposition 8, which bans gay marriage, was passed by a major of California voters. Soon after they also started to target African Americans who, like Catholics and Mormons, voted for the ban in big numbers.

Now, they have taken their attempts to take revenge one step further, and a angry left blogger, John Aravosis of AMERICAblog.com leads the way: he has called on his fellow activists and everyone else to boycott Utah.

Why Utah, you ask? Because Utah is the home of the Mormon Church or the Church of Latter-day Saints. The Mormon Church pushed the ban quite aggressively, donating millions of dollars to the pro-Proposition 8 campaign.

Aravosis and others have taken the stance of the Mormon church as a declaration of war, and are now going all out, thereby displaying their hatred, anger, viciousness and lack of moral values.

The anger coming from this side of the political spectrum in recent days has been shocking, breath taking. These people are not reasonable activists, willing to accept the outcome of democratic elections, but hateful, angry radicals willing to get rid of democracy altogether in order to accomplish their goal.

One would almost dare these individuals to take it one step further; singling out Mormons is unfair. Do the same, then, for Catholics, white protestants, African Americans and everyone else who voted for Proposition 8. Instead, they show just how biased and intolerant they truly are themselves; their complaints about ‘intolerance’ from the other side are increasingly hypocritical.

A word of caution to these people - and this is coming from the perspective of someone who believes it should be legal: you’ll lose the battle if you try to turn this into a major cultural war. You’ll be squashed, destroyed, without any hope of every reaching your goal.

©2008 PoliGazette. All Rights Reserved.

.

  • More original articles

  • Comments are closed