Last edited by wilbur; 09-28-2009 at 07:53 PM.
If you say you don't even want to know they exist - you're saying that oppressing them is exactly what you want to do.I don't oppress them, so I don't need to know they're gay.This is not the case of someone running around rubbing it in everyones faces. This is a reminder that there are people who are different out there trying to live lives just like the rest of us.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..
Your reaction proves otherwise.There is absolutely no reason for a Marine to say, "I'm gay and I served in the military.."
You really just don't have perspective at all on these kinds of issues do you.No reason at all besides provoking people to fight about the issue..
Right because what that guy really wants is to be attacked and vilified.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.
Look-no billboard, no problem.. So what's the problem with that?
I've said repeatedly that I don't care what they do in the privacy of their own homes and have never wished them ill in any way, but the constant barrage of pro-gay nonsense is enough already.. They don't change peoples' minds-they just drive them into submission with name calling and subjugation saying we're intolerant.. For me, it's a matter of morals and faith, and it's not up to me to make the call on its propriety.
Last edited by stsinner; 09-28-2009 at 08:26 PM.
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