The Insane Rage of the Same-Sex Marriage Mob (and other Liberals)

Posted on November 19, 2008. Filed under: Gay Agenda, Liberal Idiots, Politics |

This is true not only concerning the same-sex marriage issue, but about most liberal issues. When they lose they are RABID and hateful and act like spoiled children, but when we lose we take our loss like grown-ups. After Obama won, conservatives didn’t take to the streets and riot, we accepted it graciously and started planning our strategy. At this point the reality is that we probably should be more aggressive. As was stated in an earlier post (the Red Dawn post), we need to start using their own strategies against them and learn how to fight better if we want to win against such an underhanded enemy. But for now they need to look at how ridiculous they act when they lose and at how much hatred they spew.

The Insane Rage of the Same-Sex Marriage Mob
by Michelle Malkin

Before Election Day, national media handwringers forged a wildly popular narrative: The right was, in the words of New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, gripped by “insane rage.” Outbreaks of incivility (some real, but mostly imagined) were proof positive of the extremist takeover of the Republican Party. The cluck-cluckers and tut-tutters shook with fear.

But when the GOP took a beating on Nov. 4, no mass protests ensued; no nationwide boycotts erupted. Conservatives took their lumps and began the peaceful post-defeat process of self-flagellation, self-analysis and self-autopsy.

In fact, in the wake of campaign 2008 there’s only one angry mob gripped by “insane rage”: left-wing same-sex marriage activists incensed at their defeat in California. Voters there approved Proposition 8, a traditional marriage initiative, by 52 percent to 48 percent.

Instead of introspection and self-criticism, however, the sore losers who opposed Prop. 8 responded with threats, fists and blacklists.

That’s right. Activists have published on the Internet an “Anti-Gay Blacklist” of Prop. 8 donors. If the tables were turned and Prop. 8 proponents created such an enemies list, everyone in Hollywood would be screaming “McCarthyism” faster than you could count to eight.

A Los Angeles restaurant whose manager made a small donation to the Prop. 8 campaign has been besieged nightly by hordes of protesters who have disrupted business, intimidated patrons and brought employees to tears. Out of fear for their jobs and their lives, workers at El Coyote Mexican Cafe pooled together $500 to pay off the bullies.

Scott Eckern, the beleaguered artistic director of California Musical Theatre in Sacramento, was forced to resign over his $1,000 donation to the Prop. 8 campaign. Rich Raddon, director of the Los Angeles Film Festival, is next on the chopping block after the anti-Prop. 8 mob discovered that he had also contributed to the “Yes on 8” campaign. Calls have been pouring in for his firing.

Over the last two weeks, anti-Prop. 8 organizers have targeted Mormon, Catholic and evangelical churches. Sentiments like this one, found on the anti-Prop.8 website “JoeMyGod,” are common across the left-wing blogosphere: “Burn their f—ing churches to the ground, and then tax the charred timbers.”

Thousands of gay-rights demonstrators stood in front of the Mormon temple in Los Angeles shouting “Mormon scum.” The Mormon headquarters in Salt Lake City received threatening letters containing an unidentified powder. Religion-bashing protesters filled with hate decried the “hate” at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County, Calif. Vandals defaced the Calvary Chapel in Chino Hills, Calif., because church members had collected Prop. 8 petitions. One worshiper’s car was keyed with the slogans “Gay sex is love” and “SEX.” Another car’s antenna and windshield wipers were broken.

In Carlsbad, Calif., a man was charged with punching his elderly neighbors over their pro-Prop. 8 signs. In Palm Springs, Calif., a videographer filmed unhinged anti-Prop. 8 marchers who yanked a large cross from the hands of 69-year-old Phyllis Burgess and stomped on it.

In San Francisco, Christians evangelizing in the Castro District needed police protection after the same-sex marriage mob got physical and hounded them off the streets. Enthusiastically shooting themselves in the foot, anti-Prop. 8 boycotters are now going after the left-wing Sundance Film Festival because it does business in Mormon-friendly Utah.

Also targeted: Cinemark Theaters across the country. The company’s CEO, Alan Stock, donated just under $10,000 to the traditional marriage measure. Never mind that Cinemark theaters are hosting the new biopic about gay icon Harvey Milk. They must pay for the sins of the company head who dared to exercise his political free speech.

Corporate honchos, church leaders and small donors alike are in the same-sex marriage mob’s crosshairs, all unfairly demonized as hate-filled bigots by bona fide hate-filled bigots who have abandoned decency in pursuit of “equal rights.” One wonders where Barack Obama — himself an opponent of Proposition 8 — is as this insane rage rages on. Soul-Fixer, Nation-Healer, where art thou?


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I have been praying every night since these protests started, and I hope it all dies down soon. As a Christian, I do not hate gay people, but I do hate their chosen lifestyle. The way they are acting after the passage of Prop 8 is absoultely unspeakable! They’re vandalizing church property, physically attacking Christians, boycotting businesses who support Prop 8, violently disrupting church services, and basically acting like whiney little crybabies. I pray every night that the Lord will open their eyes to the truth and open their hearts to Him. I also pray that the Lord will speak to the hearts of the people at the California Supreme Court and help them to do the right thing and keep Prop 8 as it is. God does not approve of homosexuality and I know He does not want same-sex marriage to happen here or anywhere. I know many other Christians are praying, too. God is up there hearing all our prayers and I know He is working on these gay activists a day at a time and He is speaking to the hearts of the people of the California Supreme Court, as well. If we all just put our trust in the Lord, Prop 8 will remain in effect.

To Jesus Loves You:

You don’t hate gay’s but you hate their “chosen” lifestyle? What is you level of education? Please up that! Sexual orientation is NOT a choice. You talk about vandalism to churches, but what about gay community centers that have been burned down by “Christians”? How do you know “God” disapproves of homosexuality? Did he tell you…seriously, does God speak to you personally? If so, then why doesn’t he tell you why Christianity is by far NOT the majority religion in the world? And since you know God so well, perhaps you know why so many Christians would spend millions of dollars to deny equal rights to people that otherwise would NEVER affect their lives! Back to the first point however, please educate yourself. Hate is caused by fear, fear from the unknown, the unknown is ignorance, and ignorance is bliss. Oh, and by the way, I’m a straight Christian who has decided to let God judge. I’m not qualified to judge others. I do however believe in equality and happiness for all consenting adults!

James I’m afraid it is you who need to up that education. Read God’s word and you will see how it is possible to love someone while hating what they do. I love my sister, but I hate the fact that she uses meth. Get it? And God does speak to us. It’s called the Bible. Pick on up some time. And spare us the “hate = ignorance + fear x unknown”. We’ve all heard it from the thousands of other non thinking dunderheads who can’t form an original thought.

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