Posted: November 14, 2008 in Uncategorized

zz35f90a13I guess this what you do when the “tolerance” programs don’t work.

White powder sent to Mormon temples in Utah, LA

LOS ANGELES – (AP) Letters containing a suspicious white powder were sent Thursday to Mormon temples in Los Angeles and Salt Lake City that were the sites of protests against the church’s support of California’s gay marriage ban.

The temple in the Westwood area of Los Angeles was evacuated before a hazardous materials crew determined the envelope’s contents were not toxic, said FBI spokesman Jason Pack. (more…)

More examples of tolerance~

At Mount Hope Church in Michigan, a radical homosexual group disrupted an evangelical church service last Sunday. The activists rushed the pulpit, throwing condoms and buckets of glitter, using noisemakers and megaphones to scream at churchgoers and frighten children. Women ran to the pulpit and began to kiss; others shouted, “Jesus was gay!” Protests erupted outside Mormon temples in Utah and Seattle to protest the church’s support for the California marriage amendment.

Three hundred gay activists picketed outside Pastor Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church in Orange County, California, in protest of the pastor’s support for Prop. 8. Other large protests were held in Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego. Several arrests were made at rallies across California.

In perhaps the most hideous response, an elderly woman holding a cross to show her support for the California marriage amendment was attacked by an angry mob of protestors at a same-sex marriage protest. The 69-year-old woman’s cross was torn from her hands, trampled on and destroyed by the crazed protestors. Police are considering pressing assault charges. (more…)

And more~

“Already, high-profile Sacramento theater director Scott Eckern, who donated to the Yes on 8 campaign, resigned his job of 25 years after opponents threatened to boycott the theater. A host of businesses, ranging from restaurants to car dealers, have been targeted by boycotts after their owners’ or employees’ names appeared on pro-8 donor lists. And in workplaces around the state, employers and employees are watching their backs.” (more…)

You know its interesting how some folks pick and chose the history they want to fit into their little narrative.

The gay movement in this country has long compared themselves to how Blacks were treated during the civil rights era. However, when they don’t get their way, they go off on everybody. This is a far cry from how Blacks responded after going through slavery and Jim Crow.

Don’t insult my history!!

  1. Wil says:

    Good post! And I also resent how the homosexual movement has attempted to appropriate MLK, and the Civil Rights movement to support their initiatives.

  2. Punisher says:

    Let’s also not forget- the ones leading the anti-slavery movement were Christians. It is funny that gays try to appeal to the liberal distorted version of “seperation of church and state” in the same breath as appealing to the history of how blacks were enslaved and persecuted and so on.

    Last I check also, Martin Luther King was a reverend, too.

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