Wednesday, April 26, 2006

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank God for CWA and their School Risk Audit. We are going to drive you from the schools, from the streets, from the media and drive you right back into the closets where you belong. Better yet - we will commit you for treatment.

Jean said...

How easy it is to be a bully when posting as "anomymous"! You are the one in the closet. You know that your bigotry is not condoned by civil society, and so don't dare stand publicly behind your threats. I feel pity for you.
-Jean

Marcie said...

What a poor ignorant fool. That anonymous poster is so out of touch. You will never drive us from the schools or the streets. The closet doors have been swung wide for a long time and there's no going back.

As Bud says, even if (and its a big if) this amendment passes in Massachusetts there will be still married same sex couples, nothing will take that away. Their kids will be going to school and their rights will be protected from bigots like you.

You are very pathetic and sad.

CrackerLilo said...

And 364 days of screaming out loud.

Anonymous, you WISH.

Anonymous said...

What the hell is a "School Risk Audit"??

Anonymous said...

The Nazi's tried to do it during the Holocaust but it didn't work then. GLBT ARE HERE TO STAY.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous of 8:12:59- it's a cutsey way of trying to intimidate schools with threats of lawsuits.

Anonymous said...

Thanks - I found it on the Concerned Women of America web site.

Anonymous said...

the concerned women are like that anti-jewish film called "the enternal jew" and i think over time the truth will come out.

Rieux said...

Nyaah, nyaah, initial A. Nony Mouse poster, you're going to have to shove a whole lot of us straight people into closets (or worse) along with the GLBTs you are so afraid of. There are millions of us who will not stand for your disgusting attempts to destroy the lives of people we love and respect.

Find somewhere else to shove your hatred, pal.

Anonymous said...

I just got back from a trip to Berlin, where I had the opportunity to visit the wonderful Judisches Museum. The first anonymous' is an almost word for word quote from a speech by Joseph Goebbels:

http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/goeb31.htm

In 1933, we faced the Jewish Question. Everyone in the world knew that we opposed the Jews. We discovered the disadvantages of anti-Semitism, but we also got the benefits. We had to accept the fact that we were slandered and attacked throughout the world. We also got the advantages — namely excluding the Jews from theater, film, public life and the government. When we were later attacked as enemies of the Jews, we at least could say: It was worth it. We got something for it.

Goebbels was also fond of talking about the Jew controlled media. I've never understood Brian Camenker's repeated comparison of the gay movement with the Nazis, since his own goals and words are much more in-line with that of the National Socialists. If you change "Jew" to "homesexual" the following could be an Article8/MassResistance speech:

http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/goeb1.htm

"In the first days after the introduction of the Jewish star, newspaper sales in Berlin went through the roof. Each Jew on the street bought a newspaper to conceal his mark of Cain. As this was banned, one began to see Jews on the streets of the west side of Berlin in the company of non-Jewish foreigners. These Jewish lackeys actually should wear the Jewish star themselves. The excuse they give for their provocative conduct is always the same: the Jews are after all human beings too. We never denied that, just as we never denied the humanity of murders, child rapists, thieves and pimps, though we never felt the need to parade down the Kurf├╝rstendamm with them! Every Jew is a decent Jew who has found a dumb and ignorant Goy who thinks him decent! As if that were a reason to give Jews a kind of honorable escort. What nonsense."

Ryan Charisma said...

Well, does anonomous think they're really anonomous. All you need to do is look up their IP address and you'll know instantly which computer the message came from.

I'm willing to bet we all know who Anonomous poster #1 is.

And I bet they don't dust well either.