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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Homosexual activists are the new fascists?

The Union newspaper published a "Voices" opinion piece on the issue of homosexuality and marriage and I must admit, Mr. Pohorsky has made his point very clear.  He must be a very religious man and his reading of the Scripture has educated him in his opposition to two men being married and having sexual relations.  Same for women.

HERE is the opinion piece.

I consider myself as a Christian but I try not to wear my religion on my sleeve.  I am not one to proselytize and I think I am too much a sinner to tell others what to do.  But I do have some standards that are fairly unshakable.  One of them is "marriage" is only allowed between a man and a woman.  So there.  That is my opinion and I am firmly in that camp.  I do not think that position makes me "intolerant" however.  I have always tried to discuss these kinds of issues and sometimes I win my points and sometimes I don't.  What I have discovered in real life about these things though is it is so volatile that people will do acts which are not acceptable in a fair society to get their way. (violence, intimidation etc.)

The "politically correct" crowd that has taken over the discourse in America are now the subject of mainstream Americans outrage at their tactics.  Americans are inherently a fair people now and when they are faced with these issues they usually keep their opinions to themselves so the "peace" is maintained.  However, our country has a "victim" mentality fostered by a bunch of activists for a issue dejour, name your poison. These  activists pus hard to propel their agendas into the hearts and homes of America but now they have started to overreach and are starting to create a backlash.

The backlash I see is the inherent hypocrisy of these people.  They are telling the rest of us that now that they have bludgeoned us into submission they now have become that which they said we were.  They are whiny, intolerant fascists (we never were).  No opinion allowed unless they approve them.  The homosexual activists have reached the "tipping point" of acceptance.  The fellow from Mozilla, Mr. Eich,  is the latest example of the homosexual lobby's intolerance to varying opinions.  Seventeen states have "homosexual" marriage "rights" now.  Many of those rights are established by judicial "fiat" and not by vote of the people or a Legislature.  (I call it the tyranny of the black robes) In California and now some other states, the "Judge" tossed out the votes of the people and established a "right".  These "tossing out" of the people's voice has angered many people. Term limits for Federal Judges is in order.

So here in our little neck of the woods we have some folks who our local newspaper has allowed to print their objections to homosexual marriage and related "rights".  This gets the minority supporters of the theft of the "traditional" definition of marriage all upset.  They even do the favorite tactic of the fascists by stating that opponents voices should not be heard and must be stifled!  Now I ask, what are they afraid of?  Why can't a contra opinion be voiced?  Why can't the local paper publish a contra opinion?  It would be like me asking the Union to forbid fat people from posting a comment on eating.  33 states still require marriage to be between a man and a woman.  Seems the polls I see are still supporting Mr. Pohorsky's position.  Why would a local blogger state that position should be disallowed or voiced?

I supported Prop 8 here in California and am proud of my victorious vote.  I, along with a huge majority of black voters, opposed homosexual marriage.  When I see a argument trying to equate homosexual marriage with the black civil rights movement I just shake my head.  How can the struggle to gain the rights a black person was entitled to under the Constitution have to do with two men or women having sex?  How did the issue become political?  Because they knew it would eventually get into the courts and the "Judges" would overturn the will of the people.  It has proven out they were correct.

So unlike the hypocrite liberals who want to stifle speech they don't like, I and most of those on the "right" urge more speech.  All opinions should be heard.  Then the adults of our country, using their own brains and ability to reason, can decide what they want to believe and support.  Don't pay attention to those who want to stifle your opinions or the right to express them in any format, even the local paper.

36 comments:

  1. To witness the truth of Mr Pohorsky's observation, that it is always people of the Left who immediately seek to proscribe opinions they don't like and castigate those who publish such opinions, just keep an eye on the local blogosphere to see from where such admonitions come.

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  2. I am now the leader of the Nevada County Gay Mafia! Beware my wrath. LOL!

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  3. Todd, I've read your words over and over again, and every time I just get more confused. Help me out here.

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  4. I don't care who gets married....full disclosure....I went the the wedding reception of a guy who works for my wife...nice couple of chaps! Think the stunt at Mozilla was counterproductive though...remember you proglodyte nitwits, tolerance has to be a two way street.

    And of course, I always dig seeing Jeffy do the "I'm So Thpecial Because I'm A Proggie Dance" at his site ...if nothing else he certainly can use the exercise

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  5. Memo to The FUEhrer: Just because you have a ridiculous thought in your head, doesn’t mean you have to publish it. Get an advisory committee, and publish your silly thoughts with context, rather than just plugging a void on your blog. Why not set an example for tolerance in our community--after all you are the First FUE. On a more pragmatic note, why would any family oriented person want to pay for a subscription to your blog. (They wouldn't which is why is why you're the First FUE and you give your drivel away for free.) Is your blathering enlightening or newsworthy? No, but it doesn't matter because it appearing to be important, is all that is important to you. People misunderstand the First Amendment. Nowhere does it require the written or spoken word to be intelligent (fortunately for the FUEhrer). --JG

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    1. I get it. You're replying to Jeff Pelline's blog post where he wrote:

      Memo to The Union: Just because something is submitted, doesn’t mean it has to be published. Or at least publish it with context, rather than just plugging a weekday hole in the newspaper. Why not set an example for tolerance in our community? On a more pragmatic note, why would our family want to pay for a subscription (going up, I hear) to a community newspaper to read this. Is this enlightening or newsworthy? People misunderstand the First Amendment. Nowhere does it say you can’t exercise sound judgment. BTW, on November 4, 2008 Nevada County voted for Proposition 8, which amended the California Constitution to ban same-sex marriages, by 3 votes — much narrower than the statewide margin.

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  6. "FUEhrer"

    I am so stealing that!

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    1. That's cool. The FUEhrer doesn't respect intellectual property rights anyway...which is why he encourages and facilitates people to read articles stolen from The Union journalists--those hard working men and women who actually get paid to produce words that people are willing to pay for. --JG

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    2. In otherwords. You have my blessing for stealing FUEhrer. It's actually very appropriate and welcomed. --JG.

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  7. Oooh......poor Associate Bob....suffering from blog commenter envy!

    (make sad face now)

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  8. I am so confused. I am losing track of who I am, and who my friends are. Oh...wait, I don't have any friends. All I know is I hate all you good old boys who live and work here and make positive contributions to this community. How dare you like each other, and do business with each other. I hate that! Why can't you all just be shallow narcissisitic AHOLES like me? I'm going back to Berkeley where the real people live. LOL

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    1. And now it seems clear that your attraction to AHOLES has a new and special meaning.
      --JG

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    2. It's a very deep affection.

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    3. Yes his embracement of brown nosers and brown shirts seems to have no limits. --JG

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    4. Sorry for the confusion TruFUE. I'm referring to the FUEhrer above. --JG

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    5. Too damn many Fues around here. One of us needs to go back to Berkeley. Anyone care to chip in for my UHaul? LOL!

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    6. If we're lucky, der FUEherer won't return from his trip to Italy this summer (to visit Mussolini's birth place.) --JG

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  9. I looked up "hoimosexual" and it's not in the dictionary. So again, what is this post all about??

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    1. I looked up "hoimosexual" and it's not in the dictionary. So again, what is this post all about??

      Maybe you should try the Urban Dictionary Michael?

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    2. Try to keep up Michael. LOL!

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    3. It's obviously the word intended, only with Curly Howard's pronunciation. Really, Mike, don't you have better things to do than harp on Todd's typos?

      -Gregory

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    4. Seems no matter how many times I spell check I always get some screwups. Darn!

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    5. Todd keeps removing my replies. Anyway Greg, weren't you the guy who recently corrected DM about "intensives" on Rebane's blog?

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    6. I remove you becasue you are not important to the topic. So, it will happen a lot.

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  10. Hey.....fish, Anonymous, and TRUE FUE......looks like der FUEhrer was right about us!

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  11. The Union should run all of its content past me prior to publication. It knows its days are numbered and that eventually I will be the only and best source for news and information. Just because they have 20,000 readers in print and online each day and I have...not counting myself...six...doesn't mean it is more relevant. Their readers are old and dumb "Good 'Ol Boys" and mine are old and smart...and have more money and are progressive and think I'm clever. In fact, I enjoy my blog so much I respond to them, which really helps drive up my traffic. If it wasn't for that and my BFF Steve I'd probably have 5 posts per day and that wouldn't be enough to make any money on those ads I have on my blog that look like content. I am relevant., so you meanies can all kiss my big, award-winning behind.

    The Real FUE

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    1. The Real FUE

      A decent first effort....I found it lacking somewhat in the degree of smug provided by TRUE FUE as well as Jeffy himself. Additionally I didn't see a single obligatory "LOL" anywhere in your offering!

      It needs work but I see real promise in you.

      ...and as always......LOL!

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    2. Hey, Real Fue! What's up man? I been waiting for you! Listen, before we get into who is who, and which of us hates Nevada County the most, I gotta ask... where you gettin' your XXXXXL Hawaiian Shirts these days? I'm runnin' low you know. LOL!

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    3. COSTCO. I like Big Box Stores. Just not where anyone can see me shop. They have a Big, Bigger and Tall section filled with tropical wear.

      The Real FUE

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  12. Thanks RF, good call. Screw all this shop local crap the good old boys are talking about, I'm going to Roseville! I'd like to get a few cases of chili fries while I'm there! Maybe I can get the Patch to stock them! Same me some gas in my big ol' redneck SUV. LOL!

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  13. Michael. Do you need a map? You seem to be lost. Nevada City is that way. Follow your nose.

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  14. OK guys and gals. I just returned from being away and I see I have some discussions that are not appropriate here. No more discussions about people's kids will be allowed. I think we have done the parody stuff enough and we need to simply stay on topic. I know you all had your fun but I hope I have deleted all the improper messages. Have a nice day.

    Todd

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  15. I see that one of my posts has been deleted. If I have offended anyone I sincerely apologize, that was not my intent. With the exception of course, of the person I intended to offend. TF

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    1. I know, but I have to bring things back to the real worlkd and leave the parody for awhile. I would rather we discuss the topic now. You are a funny person though.

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Real name thank you.