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i woulda throttled this stupid bitch. ~.m. by maria b.

this is just a notable example of bigots looking for any excuse to discredit the motives behind the LGBT community’s struggle for equal rights and equal consideration under the law. what this sorry excuse for a representative said is a bold-faced lie uttered toward a disgusting end: to derail a hate crimes bill that would protect gays and lesbians (i have not yet checked to see whether this bill protects transgendered people–many times, this group is excluded for expediency’s sake.)

morevoer, hearing people talk about LGBT folks as somehow manipulative, sick and inhuman makes me forget to use my words and gives me the urge to use my fists and heavy objects to inflict serious bodily harm. luckily for them, i recognize their right to be ignorant, bigoted, degenerate fucktards and to spew these disgusting, baseless ideas as protected here in Amurrikuh, so i don’t do that. i just blog about it.

it’s funny how those hypocrites take for grated simple rights they have as straight Americans, while other people are forced to lobby, protest and practically beg for these same things.

so get another divorce, whore. and don’t get caught cheating on your wife, dickhole. and don’t let your wife catch you molesting little boys, asswipe. people might take away your right to get married! oh, wait, no they won’t. you’re straight. (a more lighthearted video after the jump) 

…sorry for that rant just then. i’d honestly like to be more eloquent and articulate on this topic at the moment, but this shit gets me too pissed off to talk about it right away.

note: remember who was president when Chris Rock taped this. hey, i said “was”! that prick’s actually gone! wew wew! (those are for -Z-)

p.s. i do realize that the initial video, the one that sparked this post, is not about gay marriage but about a hate crimes bill in North Carolina. but if the LGBTQ community cannot get the same considerations under the hate crime law as, for example, racial minorities, then why should they be expected to trust other laws and legislation regarding any of their rights? (i’m not a law student or anything, but i feel like that’s a fair question.) drawing an arbitrary line at sexual orientation for some rights but not for others seems intellectually (and legally) inconsistent. just sayin’.


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