Saturday, February 17, 2007

One's Out and Another's Down and Out

Tim Hardaway, an ex-NBA player, proclaimed this past week that he hates gay people and that he is a homophobic and the NBA acted quickly:
"You know, I hate gay people, so I let it be known. I don't like gay people and I don't like to be around gay people," he said. "I'm homophobic. I don't like it. It shouldn't be in the world or in the United States."

This was in response to a question about another ex-NBA player, John Amaechi, who came out. Of course the anti-gay forces threw Hardaway to wolves:

"Hardaway's comments are both unfortunate and inappropriate," said Matt Barber, CWA's Policy Director for Cultural Issues (which concerned woman is he exactly?). "They provide political fodder for those who wish to paint all opposition to the homosexual lifestyle as being rooted in 'hate.' It's important to note that Hardaway's words represent the feelings of Hardaway. His words do not represent the feelings of the vast majority of people opposed to the homosexual agenda. (has he ever read the Massresistance postings?)

It's always unfortunate for them when the true feelings of the anti-gays come out in the main stream Media. It's unfortunately when the curtain is pulled down to reveal the ugly truth of their "ministries".

The good thing to come out of all of this is that everyday people, who have been fooled by those that claim to love the sinner hate the sin, are finally seeing the truth. And as the Bible says, "And you shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free." It will set us all free.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That quote from CWA's Barber is pretty hilarious. He's part of the whole Camenker-COntrada-LaBarbara-Barber circle jerk. Here's the latest bit o'love from Brain 'n Ami:

"Here's what Rep. Byron Rushing has filed. The title of the bill is so clever: "An Act to Protect Massachusetts Families Through Equal Access to Marriage." He could have chosen a more accurate title, for instance: "An Act Protecting Sodomy-Based Households Parading as Natural Families."

Yes, I'm sure Concerned Woman Barber is correct - these words of his whackbuds don't represent his feelings at all...