Thursday, May 3, 2012


noun, plural big·ot·ries.
stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own.
the actions, beliefs, prejudices, etc., of a bigot.
failure to conform to the superior and infallible dogmas of post-modern secularists 
Though it could be pointed out that since so many post-modern secular leftists define bigotry as the failure to kowtow to the groupthink of liberal atheist freethinkers, one could use definition 1. to show that they are the ones, ironically, who are the bigots. 


  1. Voting against SSM isn't exactly bigotry, but it's also not very virtous to not allow people the right to marry. Homosexuals sometimes get over the line, true, but they aren't trying to outlaw churches or religions, so why do you oppose to something as simple as SSM? I will repeat it again, you could have averted all of this if you just had legalized SSM.

  2. Of course it is virtuous. based on one set of moral standards. Based on anther, it's no problem. What we're discovering is that, at the end, every culture is made up of people who say this is right, that is wrong, and the laws should enforce those distinctions accordingly. The old 70s and 80s liberalism (under which the gay rights movement thrived), that said there are no absolute moral standards, and you can never, ever legislate morality, have gone the way of the butter churn.

    Oh, and they say they aren't trying to outlaw churches. That's because if they did, support would drop through the floor. But looking at the treatment in places like Europe and Canada, where gay rights are legalized, doesn't bode well for the future of those whose beleifs do not align with the foundations needed to allow for non-heterosexual normality.


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