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    Billboard Featuring Gay Marine Vandalized
    Gay and Lesbian community asking for full investigation


    The gay and lesbian community is calling for an investigation into a billboard that was destroyed. The billboard is just one of 5 put up for National Coming Out Day and features a gay Marine.

    The billboards were paid for by the Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center. "We had the idea to celebrate National Coming Out Day which is October 11th.

    It's a time that around the nation people say I'm proud to be gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender," said Heidi Williams, Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center.

    The MGLCC wanted to get Memphis' attention but they didn't expect..

    http://www.wreg.com/wreg-gay-billboa...,3374450.story
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    Probably one of their own.
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    I think that any of this-In Your Face forcing of the homosexual culture on society is fair game...
    Obama-if you're being run out of town, get out in front and pretend that it's a parade!!!
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    This kind of behavior is stupid. It wasn't like the billboard depicted gay sex. I have no problem accepting gays as people, as members of society, and as my friends and neighbors. I see nothing wrong with the billboards shown in the story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stsinner View Post
    I think that any of this-In Your Face forcing of the homosexual culture on society is fair game...
    Did they actually expect the billboard to survive for very long ?
    If you persist in shoving your perversity in my face I am going to shove back !
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Did they actually expect the billboard to survive for very long ?
    If you persist in shoving your perversity in my face I am going to shove back !
    what is perverse about saying - I'm gay and I've defended this country?
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Did they actually expect the billboard to survive for very long ?
    If you persist in shoving your perversity in my face I am going to shove back !
    Exactly.. They provoke and provoke, and then they act offended when people respond.
    Obama-if you're being run out of town, get out in front and pretend that it's a parade!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stsinner View Post
    Exactly.. They provoke and provoke, and then they act offended when people respond.
    How in God's name is this provocation?

    Provocation would be a billboard depicting a naked gay man with an erection screaming, "People who oppose this can suck my balls!"

    This is not provocation. To call it such is to reduce yourself to the level of the people who cry 'racism' when someone doesn't want socialism or sue for religious discrimination when a kid next to them prays in school. Quit complaining and let other people have their say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pssvr View Post
    How in God's name is this provocation?

    Provocation would be a billboard depicting a naked gay man with an erection screaming, "People who oppose this can suck my balls!"

    This is not provocation. To call it such is to reduce yourself to the level of the people who cry 'racism' when someone doesn't want socialism or sue for religious discrimination when a kid next to them prays in school. Quit complaining and let other people have their say.
    It's provocation because I don't even want to know gay people exist.. I don't oppress them, so I don't need to know they're gay. I don't feel the need to tell them I'm straight. They don't need to tell me, and doing so is just antagonizing those of us who are straight and think it's repulsive.. There is absolutely no reason for a Marine to say, "I'm gay and I served in the military.." No reason at all besides provoking people to fight about the issue.. It's against the rules to be gay and in the military, so when you act like a 5 year old and say that you broke the rules and did it anyway, it's a provocation.. It's childish and they knew it would piss people off-especially Marines.
    Obama-if you're being run out of town, get out in front and pretend that it's a parade!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stsinner View Post
    It's provocation because I don't even want to know gay people exist..
    Seriously, you have to be fake - StSinner is probably as left wing and gay-loving as it gets, and is just having some fun... gotta be.

    I don't oppress them, so I don't need to know they're gay. I don't feel the need to tell them I'm straight. They don't need to tell me, and doing so is just antagonizing those of us who are straight and think it's repulsive.. There is absolutely no reason for a Marine to say, "I'm gay and I served in the military.." No reason at all besides provoking people to fight about the issue.. It's against the rules to be gay and in the military, so when you act like a 5 year old and say that you broke the rules and did it anyway, it's a provocation.. It's childish and they knew it would piss people off-especially Marines.
    Well no... it only pisses off prejudice assholes who are so ridiculous as to be offended at the mere existence of homosexuals..
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