Just so all you 'harassed' yes on 8ers remember...
**RELATED: The "yes on 8" campaign is holding a press conference today “the outrageous campaign of blacklisting, harassment, and intimidation against supporters of the Yes on 8 Campaign":
Prop. 8 backers complain of ongoing harrassment [OC Register]
Apparently they are working under the "do as I say, not as I did (in ways that were much more intimidatory and included extortion)" principle.
**ALSO: For those who would prefer us to read the letter to you, we also posted this as a YouTube video:
These hypocrites will get what's coming to them.
Posted by: RainbowPhoenix | Nov 14, 2008 3:31:22 PM
Well, JH, there is a difference between EXTORTION and INFORMING.
Of course, in your defense, we are the ones doing the informing, whereas they were the ones doing the EXTORTION. ;)
Posted by: Dick Mills | Nov 14, 2008 7:37:13 PM
I'm confused about what you mean Dick. It is only their side who I said has resorted to extortion.
Posted by: G-A-Y | Nov 14, 2008 7:47:07 PM
It was tongue-in-cheek. There isn't really any comparison between extortion and informing, and I thought that you were being too generous to the H8'ers by contrasting their actions with ours. Poor attempt at a joke on my part.
Posted by: Dick Mills | Nov 14, 2008 8:20:24 PM
No, it's prob. me. This has been SOME week!
Posted by: G-A-Y | Nov 14, 2008 8:22:55 PM
You obviously are unaware of this.
"Karger says a "soft boycott" they started against Bolthouse Farms, which gave $100,000 to Proposition 8, was dropped after he reached a settlement with the company. Bolthouse Farms was to give an equal amount of money to gay political causes. The amount ultimately equaled $110,000."
The hilarious part is that this bigot organization headed by Karger is a tax-exempt group -- which means that gay and lesbian liberals who are whining about the LDS Church being involved in "politicking" and demanding that its tax exemption be stripped are themselves using tax-exempt organizations in an attempt to blackmail and extort money.
Posted by: North Dallas Thirty | Nov 17, 2008 4:53:40 PMcomments powered by Disqus