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The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion ~every single day.

…reblog it again, because of yesterdays speech.

animentalcosplayer:

grimminsanity:

epitomeofbrillancy:

People can hate on him all they want, but you damn well better realize no other president would have ever said that. 

Agreed.

THIS.

…agree.

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Hate Group Leader Tony Perkins Claims Christians Who Support Gay Rights ‘Want To Silence Christians’

holygoddamnshit:

HATE GROUP LEADER TONY PERKINS CLAIMS CHRISTIANS WHO SUPPORT GAY RIGHTS ‘WANT TO SILENCE CHRISTIANS’

Yesterday on Today’s Issues with American Family Association president Tim Wildmon, Perkins called Faithful America a “loudmouth, Soros-funded group” and attacked Bishop Eugene Robinson, the Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire who along with other Christian leaders delivered 20,000 signatures to MSNBC urging the network to drop Perkins, whom Perkins said “split the Episcopal Church because he’s openly gay and wanted to marry his lover or whatever you call it.” Perkins argued that Faithful America is “afraid of the truth” and wants to “silence Christians,” saying that while on MSNBC it usually has “nothing to do with homosexuality.”


Wildmon: There’s something about, I didn’t read the whole story, something about you appearing on some news show the other night and now the homosexual activist groups want you banned for life or something, I don’t know.

Perkins: Well what’s new about that? They are afraid of the truth and they are probably listening because I know they like to monitor this program and that’s what it is, they are afraid of the truth. They do not want to have open debates, they know the facts simply do not line up, and so instead of publicly showing up and debating or putting their ideas out there on the table they simply want to silence Christians, that’s what it’s about.



Perkins: You might remember the Episcopal Bishop Eugene Robinson who split the Episcopal Church because he’s openly gay and wanted to marry his lover or whatever you call it, and he gathered 20,000 signatures and presented them to MSNBC demanding that they keep me off of MSNBC because you know I’m on there you know talking about politics or whatever and usually it’s nothing to do with homosexuality, they just don’t want anybody who does have views that are counter to theirs.

Wildmon: I’ll tell you what, you’re in good company, the other day Kirk Cameron went on Piers Morgan on CNN, and man, Piers Morgan asked him a question about homosexuality, he said it was ‘unnatural,’ he just got torched.

Perkins: I talked to Kirk, I talked to him yesterday actually I was actually interestingly enough I was coming out of MSNBC where I was on yesterday with Martin Bashir, and I would actually encourage folks to go watch that interview that I did with him—they have it on their homepage; at least they did this morning on MSNBC—and thank them for allowing a balanced discussion. Obviously Martin did not agree with me but we had a very civil discussion on the issues and I tell you what I have to respect MSNBC for allowing debate and not buckling under the pressure of a loudmouth, Soros-funded group that is simply trying to silence the public debate over important public policy issues, so I will have to come to the defense of MSNBC for not buckling under that pressure.


http://www.rightwingwatch.org/

…it’s time some people get a grip. [why I have that funny ‘feeling’ that the bible printed in America is much different to the bible in the rest of the world, what’s wrong? do they have their own ‘version’ of Christianity ?]

- Ellen DeGeneres (via abaldwin360)
#obama #gayrights

aecw:

I love our President. All the GOP hopefuls are from the same bumper-crop of crazy. I have no worries as to whether President Obama will be re-elected.

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Richard Socarides on Obama, the courts, and gay marriage #NewYorker

newyorker:

After a year in which we saw a number of high-profile gay-rights victories, including the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” and the legislative enactment of same-sex marriage in New York, it’s hard to imagine that more big news is on the immediate horizon. But it is. Two highly significant court rulings in gay-rights cases pending in federal appellate courts are expected soon. Moreover, President Barack Obama’s self-described “evolution” on same sex-marriage appears likely to end with a strategically timed (if low-key) pre-election announcement of his support for marriage equality.

- Richard Socarides on Obama, the courts, and gay marriage: http://nyr.kr/tIzPVF

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