If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Inquisitr)   Rush Limbaugh says gay people marrying will lead to acceptance of pedophilia and destroy 'traditional marriage'. None his four wives available for comment   (inquisitr.com) divider line 208
    More: Dumbass, Rush Limbaugh, same-sex marriages  
•       •       •

1013 clicks; posted to Politics » on 20 Jun 2013 at 1:48 PM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



208 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

Archived thread

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | » | Last | Show all
 
2013-06-21 07:36:34 PM

ScreamingHangover: /Not everything you read on the internet is true.
//Shocking, I know.

I agree. that's why I check The New York Times (1997):


I EXPLAINED why I didn't vote for Mayor Giuliani in the last election. I look at the gay pride parade coming up the avenue and I see the gay activists and they are followed by a group from Nambla, the pedophiles. And in back of the pedophiles come, smiling brightly and waving their hands, the two aspirants to be my Mayor, Mr. Dinkins and Mr. Giuliani. I couldn't under those circumstances vote for anyone that would march in a parade with pedophiles.


There are plenty more places you can look to verify this if you only pull your head out of the sand try googling "Namla parade". FYI Nambla was the ILGA's first American member.  Citation has been provided. Deal with it.


A) No, that's not the New York Times confirming it; that's Mary A. Cummins who led a protest against a tolerance-based school curriculum explaining what sort of power, if any, a mayor has, in an article about how important mayors are. One woman's opinion, keeping in mind that Lying For Jesus is a thing (here's a site full of examples), does not a fact make.

B) Your book  still does not provide a source. It provides sources in the chapter bibliography for quite a few other points, but  not this one. Something being in  print does not make it accurate either, even if someone stuck the word 'encyclopedia' on the title.

Now, I took your advice and Googled it. Know what I find? The same wiki article and a few dozen anti-gay sites. That's it. Not even a Snopes reference (Snopes doesn't have it).

Look, if you want to make this claim that's fine, but you have to provide sources that aren't farking laughable. Not just pulling random shiat out of your ass and calling it a day.
 
2013-06-21 07:44:39 PM

PsiChick: A) No, that's not the New York Times confirming it; that's Mary A. Cummins who led a protest against a tolerance-based school curriculum explaining what sort of power, if any, a mayor has, in an article about how important mayors are. One woman's opinion, keeping in mind that Lying For Jesus is a thing (here's a site full of examples), does not a fact make.


ok... I picked another random article out of the archive search (1983):

Nambla has not been shy of attention. Men and boys representing the organization have marched down Fifth Avenue in New York in the annual Gay Pride parade, although other homosexual groups protested its presence. ''That particular name, it's almost a red flag,'' says Tim Sweeney, executive director of the Lambda Legal Defense and Educational Fund in New York. ''It's like, 'Oh, my God!' It really sets people back.''
 
2013-06-21 07:51:53 PM

ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: A) No, that's not the New York Times confirming it; that's Mary A. Cummins who led a protest against a tolerance-based school curriculum explaining what sort of power, if any, a mayor has, in an article about how important mayors are. One woman's opinion, keeping in mind that Lying For Jesus is a thing (here's a site full of examples), does not a fact make.

ok... I picked another random article out of the archive search (1983):

Nambla has not been shy of attention. Men and boys representing the organization have marched down Fifth Avenue in New York in the annual Gay Pride parade, although other homosexual groups protested its presence. ''That particular name, it's almost a red flag,'' says Tim Sweeney, executive director of the Lambda Legal Defense and Educational Fund in New York. ''It's like, 'Oh, my God!' It really sets people back.''


Good, you found evidence they were in a parade, and a spokesman for a gay rights movement did not openly condemn them, only stated factual information. That does not actually mean they were members or supported by any members of the gay rights community. Can you provide evidence of  that claim?
 
2013-06-21 08:03:19 PM

PsiChick: ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: A) No, that's not the New York Times confirming it; that's Mary A. Cummins who led a protest against a tolerance-based school curriculum explaining what sort of power, if any, a mayor has, in an article about how important mayors are. One woman's opinion, keeping in mind that Lying For Jesus is a thing (here's a site full of examples), does not a fact make.

ok... I picked another random article out of the archive search (1983):

Nambla has not been shy of attention. Men and boys representing the organization have marched down Fifth Avenue in New York in the annual Gay Pride parade, although other homosexual groups protested its presence. ''That particular name, it's almost a red flag,'' says Tim Sweeney, executive director of the Lambda Legal Defense and Educational Fund in New York. ''It's like, 'Oh, my God!' It really sets people back.''

Good, you found evidence they were in a parade, and a spokesman for a gay rights movement did not openly condemn them, only stated factual information. That does not actually mean they were members or supported by any members of the gay rights community. Can you provide evidence of  that claim?


As per the articles, they were allowed participation in the NY Gay Pride parade from at least 1983-1997. Meanwhile, here's the author of the book you consider un-citable. Does he look like a conservative shill to you? It's got his email address, so feel free to ask him for verification.

I can't help it if you're in denial. It's apparent your mind's already set on ignoring anything I'd provide, no matter what the source. So why bother at this point?
 
2013-06-21 08:11:15 PM

ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: A) No, that's not the New York Times confirming it; that's Mary A. Cummins who led a protest against a tolerance-based school curriculum explaining what sort of power, if any, a mayor has, in an article about how important mayors are. One woman's opinion, keeping in mind that Lying For Jesus is a thing (here's a site full of examples), does not a fact make.

ok... I picked another random article out of the archive search (1983):

Nambla has not been shy of attention. Men and boys representing the organization have marched down Fifth Avenue in New York in the annual Gay Pride parade, although other homosexual groups protested its presence. ''That particular name, it's almost a red flag,'' says Tim Sweeney, executive director of the Lambda Legal Defense and Educational Fund in New York. ''It's like, 'Oh, my God!' It really sets people back.''

Good, you found evidence they were in a parade, and a spokesman for a gay rights movement did not openly condemn them, only stated factual information. That does not actually mean they were members or supported by any members of the gay rights community. Can you provide evidence of  that claim?

As per the articles, they were allowed participation in the NY Gay Pride parade from at least 1983-1997. Meanwhile, here's the author of the book you consider un-citable. Does he look like a conservative shill to you? It's got his email address, so feel free to ask him for verification.

I can't help it if you're in denial. It's apparent your mind's already set on ignoring anything I'd provide, no matter what the source. So why bother at this point?


A) 'allowed in a parade' could mean several hundred things. Membership is  one of them. I would like to know specifically how you know that they had membership in the general gay rights movement,your original claim.

B) Look, I'm not even clicking that link because  I do not give a f*ck about the author. They could be a purple alien from outer space wearing a sombrero and wanting to eat all of our shoes for all I care. I  only care about the sources, and this specific claim of this book was left uncited. Got it? Whoever s\he is  does not farking matter. Right, left, purple.  I do not give a f*ck.

C) 'Denial' doesn't usually mean 'knowing the difference between real sources for extravagant claims and sources that are total bullshiat'.
 
2013-06-21 08:30:13 PM

ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: ScreamingHangover: PsiChick: A) No, that's not the New York Times confirming it; that's Mary A. Cummins who led a protest against a tolerance-based school curriculum explaining what sort of power, if any, a mayor has, in an article about how important mayors are. One woman's opinion, keeping in mind that Lying For Jesus is a thing (here's a site full of examples), does not a fact make.

ok... I picked another random article out of the archive search (1983):

Nambla has not been shy of attention. Men and boys representing the organization have marched down Fifth Avenue in New York in the annual Gay Pride parade, although other homosexual groups protested its presence. ''That particular name, it's almost a red flag,'' says Tim Sweeney, executive director of the Lambda Legal Defense and Educational Fund in New York. ''It's like, 'Oh, my God!' It really sets people back.''

Good, you found evidence they were in a parade, and a spokesman for a gay rights movement did not openly condemn them, only stated factual information. That does not actually mean they were members or supported by any members of the gay rights community. Can you provide evidence of  that claim?

As per the articles, they were allowed participation in the NY Gay Pride parade from at least 1983-1997. Meanwhile, here's the author of the book you consider un-citable. Does he look like a conservative shill to you? It's got his email address, so feel free to ask him for verification.

I can't help it if you're in denial. It's apparent your mind's already set on ignoring anything I'd provide, no matter what the source. So why bother at this point?


Wait, you're actually claiming that NAMBLA marched in NY Pride Parades until 1997?! You're actually claiming that? And Guliani marched next to them? Because a religious lady said so? Holy shiat.
 
2013-06-21 08:35:06 PM
THE POINT, PEOPLE, is that homosexuality =/= pedophilia, homosexuals ARE NOT TRYING TO GET AND DO NOT WANT raping children to be a protected behavior, and Republicans are being forced to use outright lies, guilt by tenuous association, and other bullshiat to continue their attack on American citizens who, by the very principles this country was founded on, DESERVE THE SAME RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS OF EVERY OTHER CITIZEN REGARDLESS OF WHICH CONSENTING ADULT THEY'RE ATTRACTED TO.

You can argue the importance of that boy-lover group all you want, they never have and never will speak for homosexuals and trying to say that because gays didn't immediately murder all of them they 100% endorse them is a laughable fallacy. One that old Republicans and Christians have resorted to using because they're too farking stupid and stubborn to give up their petty crusade.
 
2013-06-22 12:51:17 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Noam Chimpsky: Rush Limbaugh ate a halibut so how can he be opposed to Jeffrey Dahmer eating people?

Aren't humans considered "long pork"? So a proper (yet still retarded) analogy would be "Whoever eats pork products condones cannibalism".


First rule of analogies: When analogizing something that is utterly stupid, the analogy must be up to the task. Cleverness attempts can only fail.
 
Displayed 8 of 208 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report