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  • [14] January 31, 2015 at 10:24pm

    Those who seek to be offended, surely will be.

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  • [5] January 31, 2015 at 9:25am

    ““The ignorance here,” another echoed. “You all should be ashamed of yourselves.”

    I’m ashamed for YOU for thinking that this is OK. Sit down and read the G-damned Koran instead of just ‘thinking’ you know what it says about you, your family and all you hold dear.

  • January 30, 2015 at 10:20am

    You’re welcome. It’s a sadder commentary that the bile spewed by those who’s claim to be Christian was only gleaned from only one page of comments on this article.

  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 9:39am

    How can people hate Christians so? This article states this sentiment comes form, “…small group of those who have a strong aversion to conservative believers…”

    Take note that nowhere are homosexuals mentioned or even referred to however, here’s the response from some good Christians:

    Symphonic – “I would wager that they were ALL disgruntled homosexual ex-christians..”

    BeccaRenee – “the gay rights groups are using the belief that homosexuality is a sin to prove Christians are hateful/evil.”

    Git-r-done – “Yeah, how dare that we aren’t tolerant of homosexuals. You atheists pick and choose..”
    (everyone knows Gays don’t/can’t believe in God)

    soonerpoppy – “What we are facing is rampant hatred for Christ and Christians. The Gay Lobby … are on the attack at all times ”

    Paulsfam4 – “I tell my kids don’t do drugs or alcohol and don’t be gay”

    git-r-done (again) – “And you homos don’t play the victim card?”

    “…you atheists and homos won’t leave us Christians alone no matter how much we capitulate to you evil sociopaths.”

    “You atheists and homos inflict yourselves onto those of us who want nothing to do with you.

    And 7truthizthuth77 asks, “J-Mo could you please provide an example of someone on these boards that evidenced themselves as a genuine follower of Jesus, who displayed “hatred”.”

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  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 9:03am

    What’s the news? I’ve heard those very same sentiments expressed from Atheists about Christians, from right-wing Christians about Gays, from Blacks about Whites, from Arabs about Jews …. and the list goes on and on and on…….

    This is nothing new. This kind of vitriol has been around forever. Just read some of the comments here on the Blaze.

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  • January 28, 2015 at 5:51pm

    I see. So YOU got a “Marriage License” and ‘married’ the person you love but advocate that others apply for a “Civil Union” because….?
    - “I belittle close-mindedness that resides in the pitiful soul who can only muster up the feeling of love because the government told them they can.”
    I must say that YOU are the only person I have ever encountered , read about or heard of who has expressed that outlandish sentiment. Who are these people? Who ever told you that they couldn’t “muster up the feeling of love ” without the government’s permission? I have a suspicion someone is making up stories here. If someone actually told you that, I suspect they’re pulling your leg. You sound like a fairly intelligent person. I’m mildly surprised that you would believe anything so ridiculous.

  • January 28, 2015 at 7:48am

    Yet you still went to the government and got ‘permission’ to marry the person you love: a right you readily deny others of. Then you actually have the temerity to belittle others for demanding the same right to marry the person they love that you took advantage of (…”Uh . . . I exchanged vows of love with my husband, not the state. Is this really your argument? That the state should be whom you look to for permission on whom you can ‘legally’ love?…”).

  • [-2] January 27, 2015 at 10:57pm

    @ Deb –

    You exchanged vows of love with your WHAT? Did you say ,”husband”? Are you telling us that you went to the government and applied for a license to marry? You actually asked the government for permission to (as you put it) ‘legally’ love someone?

    I’m sorry, what’s your point there? It got lost in your hypocrisy.

  • [-4] January 27, 2015 at 5:41pm

    Which part of, ‘the right to marry the person you love’ don’t you understand?

  • [-2] January 27, 2015 at 2:26pm

    - “They have the right to marry someone of the opposite sex; as do we all.”
    Exactly. And my your daughters marry gay men and your sons marry lesbians. I’m sure you would have no problem with that whatsoever.
    - ” No… They want special privelages”
    Yes! They want the same ‘special’ privilege you enjoy but deny others of: having the right to marry the person you love. That truly is special.

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  • [1] January 26, 2015 at 9:52pm

    Hispasian = Filipino?

  • January 26, 2015 at 5:14pm

    Since Guat believes only his Bible:
    King David and Jonathan (same sex marriage and the Bible)

    First, Jonathan got googly-eyed over David and instantly became “one spirit with David” when they first met. Then, Jonathan gives this man from a different royal family his most important possessions: his sword, his bow, and even the clothes on his back. (1 Samuel 18: 1-4)

    Next, David left his own family to stay with Jonathan and his father King Saul. What was that about “man leaving his father and mother to cleave to his wife?”

    Then, between chapter 19 and 20 of 1 Samuel, Saul attempts to kill David numerous times (while vicious, King Saul knew that David and his family might usurp his authority and one day reign his family’s kingdom), but Jonathan instead protects his love, even though killing David would ensure Jonathan’s family’s reign would last.

    Jonathan and David meet up after a terrible tragedy, and Jonathan makes a “covenant” before the Lord, that they will be together as (Bible’s interpretation) “sworn friends” and our families will be one together for forever. (1 Samuel 20: 40-41) (I don’t know about you, but, to me, that sounds like a wedding vow.)

    Finally, long after Saul and Jonathan’s deaths, King David laments his love in the beginning of 2 Samuel, saying that “Your love for me was wonderful, more wonderful than that of women.” (Verse 26) King David even keeps his promise and does the unthinkable for a king, by raising Jonathan’s child as his own.

  • January 26, 2015 at 4:47pm

    So if I disregard your insults and ad hominum attacks, the gist of your answer is that you believe Atheists should be allowed to get married as long as they are a man and woman and get married by clergy (… “marriages” without the intervention of government – your stated position) Gotcha!

  • [1] January 26, 2015 at 9:22am

    Not too long ago the sentiment was that a black man could marry any woman he wanted… as long as she was black.

  • January 26, 2015 at 9:18am

    So you believe Atheists should not be allowed to marry unless they accept the existence of God and get married in a church? What about all the Atheists who are already married? Should their unions be annulled and stripped of their marital rights?

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  • January 26, 2015 at 9:13am

    - Gays don’t want equal rights…. They want special rights.

    Those are only, “special rights” because people like yourself demand those rights only be made available to yourself and others who are just like you : adoption, child care and custody, medical decisions, employment and health benefits, future tax implications, inheritance and many other rights associated with marriage..

    Either everyone else can go screw themselves or you will do your best to screw them by making sure they are denied the “special rights” you enjoy and take advantage of without even giving it a second thought.

    - They are free to marry anyone of the opposite sex they want.

    Who ties your shoes for you?

  • [-1] January 24, 2015 at 9:36pm

    @ reality – Not quite. The baker sells wedding cakes decorated with flowers, doves, ivy – all of the things that say this is a “wedding” cake, is what the baker does. As is, it’s a wedding cake. Not a gay cake, not hetero cake but just a cake. The baker’s objection was to customizing the cake to be gay specific. She certainly has the right to refuse that customization. What she did however was refuse to make a cake she’s made and sold dozens of times because she didn’t like someones choice of partner. Assuming it was two men, she would have happily sold them each a cake if only they had been marrying women instead of each other.

    In the second case the baker also objected to the requested customization of her cake. The baker offered to make the cake just as it is made for any of her customers but stated the cake would have to be customized by the customer. She even offered the tools to do so.

    The “victim class” you’re hearing the howling from this time are right wing. The next time the “victim class” will be left wing. Perpetual victims come in all stripes. Look around you. I’m sure you might know a few, we all do. It’s always somebody else’s fault.

  • [2] January 24, 2015 at 12:19pm

    Big difference! You’re comparing apples to oranges.
    The “Christian” bakery outright refused to make a cake. In contrast, this bakery offered to make the cake but refused to write the message they found objectionable and instead offered the customer the icing and piping bag so that he can customize message himself.
    “After I read it, I was like ‘No way’,” Ms Silva told USA Today. “‘We’re not doing this. This is just very discriminatory and hateful’.”
    “…..Ms Silva gave the man some icing and a piping bag and suggested he write the words himself.
    “It’s just horrible. It doesn’t matter if, you know, if you’re Catholic, or Jewish, or Christian, if I’m gay or not gay or whatever,” Ms Silva, 40, said. “We should all be loving each other. I mean there’s no reason to discriminate.”
    That would be the equivalent of the Christian bakery making the cake but handing the customers the cake toppers and saying, “Put the same sex couple on top yourself”.

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  • [-2] January 24, 2015 at 10:59am

    btw – Did you notice that no mention is made whatsoever indicating Ms. Silva’s religious beliefs?
    Do you know if Ms. Silva herself is heterosexual, homosexual, Jewish, Agnostic, Christian or not? Of course you don’t. That information doesn’t fit the narrative the Blaze is trying to create and it detracts from the contention they are trying to instigate in an effort to gain comments.

  • January 24, 2015 at 10:52am

    Marjorie Silva did not refuse to make the cake like the so-called “Christian” bakers did. She simply refused to write the hate message on it.

    “After I read it, I was like ‘No way’,” Ms Silva told USA Today. “‘We’re not doing this. This is just very discriminatory and hateful’.”
    “…..Ms Silva gave the man some icing and a piping bag and suggested he write the words himself.
    “It’s just horrible. It doesn’t matter if, you know, if you’re Catholic, or Jewish, or Christian, if I’m gay or not gay or whatever,” Ms Silva, 40, said. “We should all be loving each other. I mean there’s no reason to discriminate.”

    She did exactly what I had suggested the other bakers should have done. Why could the other bakers not make a cake for their gay customers and tell them to add their own toppers? What you folks are seeing is the depths of ignorance and lack of civility from the extremes: The radical right wing Christians vs. the radical left wing liberals. This hateful, domineering and self centered behavior displayed by these two groups is, thankfully, NOT representative of the mainstream. Unfortunately though, rags like the Blaze will promote this kind of story in an effort to make people think this is an ‘attack’ on Christians, an ‘attack’ on gays… part of a vast conspiracy when in fact, it is isolated incidents involving social misfits and idiot

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