Dunkin on Chick-fil-A
From Tim Dunkin at The Greensboro Guardian:
Clearly, the cultural Marxists in America thought that this would be yet another play from the old gay Mafia playbook – identify an offender who makes the mistake of opposing the radical homosexual agenda, fix them as a target for the hatred of the proles, threaten them with official sanction by the apparatuses of the state controlled by the Left, and watch the offender fold into a quivering apologetic lump of jello who can then be leeched for funding to be given to radical homosexual lobby groups as means of penance for their transgression.
Let us begin by recognizing that the gay community has historically suffered violent attacks and discrimination beyond those of any other group. Referring to them and their supporters as a “gay Mafia” perpetrates the heinous act of blaming the victims.
While it is true that a few “apparatuses of the state controlled by the Left” in such places as Chicago and Boston have overstepped their authority, but the passage of NC Amendment One clearly shows that the Right is in control of this state.
Again, it is hard to refer to a group and their supporters who wish to avail themselves of the covenant of marriage before their Maker as a “radical homosexual lobby.” And I’m not aware that gays are among those who have gained undue influence among our politicians such as have the bankers and lawyers. At least The Evil Dr. Guarino more accurately refers to such people as having a “gay sociopolitical agenda.”
Frankly, this is happening because the majority of the American people are simply sick and tired of having the radical gay agenda forced off onto them.
For the record, NC statutes already required that marriage be between a man and a woman. It was an hysterical Republican-led legislature which brought forth the completely unnecessary same-sex marriage amendment referendum to fire up the base with a favorite wedge issue. The gay community and their supporters merely fought against the absurd legislation on behalf of their families who are now denied benefits. It is a lie to insist that a “radical gay agenda” has been forced on anyone.
Americans are tired of being flogged as “extremists,” “homophobes,” “haters,” and “bigots” for simply affirming traditional marriage.
But that is not what is happening. The Tea Party has singled out the gay community as a potential threat to their way of life. Such hatred born of intolerance and fear causes the rest of us to accurately portray the social retards with those epithets.
Americans are tired of being told that they are the dangerous, radical, hate-filled fanatics for simply thinking that marriage should be between a man and a woman by a bunch of spittle-flinging gay activists shoving their rainbow triangles in everyone else’s faces and trying to destroy the lives of those who oppose them.
Dunkin pretends to speak for all Americans when the reality is he is speaking to a disaffected minority of political dead-enders who have eschewed science for tradition and comprise a death cult of believers in magic. Dunkin’s hatred and embrace of victimhood practically jumps off the page. If the gay community is trying to “destroy the lives of those who oppose them,” it is news to me. Since the dawn of time, reasonable people agree that is has overwhelmingly been the other way around.
Americans are tired of radical homosexual activists whining about how “oppressed” they are while at the same time harassing, giving out the personal information of so as to incite violence against, and threatening citizens with harm who had the audacity to exercise their rights to engage in political action.
Dunkin doth protest too much, methinks. It would be nice if he could cite instances where these threats have been perpetrated by the gay community and their supporters. This is starting to sound like the Republican legislature claiming they needed to carry concealed weapons to defend themselves from those on the left who generally don’t own weapons or know how to use them.
Most of all, perhaps, Americans are tired of standing by and minding their own affairs while the cultural Marxists in this country tear down our institutions and civilization around us.
He’s right. It would be much better to let the dominionists and reconstructionists legislate their biblical worldview and save us from the scourge of secular humanism. The austerity these dolts wish to inflict upon us will be much more effective at “tearing down our institutions” than any supposed cultural Marxists.
Speaking for myself, I can say that I do not hate homosexuals.
No, but it’s pretty obvious Dunkin hates himself for being a latent homosexual.
I believe their lifestyle choice is immoral and sinful, but I don’t hate them. I don’t wish them ill or want to see them die or to see harm done to them. I don’t lay awake at night thinking about how much I despise homosexuals.
He assumes all homosexuals are sexually active. Whatever it is Dunkin fantazizes about, it is natural and therefore not a sin. The evidence clearly indicates he lays awake thinking about homosexuals, but once he achieves sexual release, he sleeps like a big fat gay baby.
However, I get the distinct impression that there are a lot of people in the radical homosexualist movement who do lay awake at night thinking about how much they hate people like myself, and how much they’d like to harm us and shut us up once and for all.
Actually, we’d be happy if you simply stopped trying to legislate their lifestyle. I think pity is the general emotion felt for the social retards by the rest of us.
Nevertheless, what drives the people appreciating Chick-Fil-A today is that we’re weary of 1% of the population forcing the rest of us to sit down, shut up, or suffer negative consequences for not doing so.
Trust me pal, it’s a lot bigger than one percent. Again, you’re welcome to believe what you want, but you do not enjoy the right to legislate those cock-eyed notions.
By attacking Chick-Fil-A, the gay Mafia has really assaulted the living, beating heart of America.
Uh, Cathy spoke in support of same-sex marriage and against divorce. Those of us who disagreed with him simply decided not to patronize his restaurants. If a single Chick-fil-A has been attacked, I’m not aware of it.
Dunkin needs to pull on his big boy pants and stop being such an hysterically frightened child. I realize that Koolaid he drinks speaks of enemies on every side, but that was way back then. These days, we have a neat thing called religious tolerance. Some of us are practicing it. Others, not so much.