Bias is apparently kosher: Don't Ask, Don't Kibbitz edition
Oh goodie, Yehuda Levin's back to once again blame gays for 9/11, Katrina, and now Haiti. This time via the armored vehicle that is Don't Ask Don't Tell:
Elaine Donnelly sure finds support in extremist places. Interesting.
But no, Elaine's probably right: It surely is fairness-seeking gay folk who are the truly "militant" ones, not her base of anti-gay followers who like to blame us for terrorist acts and natural disasters [::writer must have a DADT policy on his eyes, as there's no way he could ever camouflage the derision intended to be conveyed via their rolling::].
So, basically, any calamity, be it natural or man-made is the result of "the gay".
Posted by: SammySeattle | Feb 1, 2010 6:29:02 PM
What an asshole! No room in his mind for anything but connecting bad events with the LGBT community. By the same logic though, a lack of bad events where there are a high population of LGBTs or "licentiousness and immorality" must be caused by the same evil, no?
Posted by: Robert Shaub | Feb 1, 2010 6:29:14 PM
Keep talkin, dude. You prove that it's not just radical Christians who are out to lunch.
Posted by: DN | Feb 1, 2010 11:34:12 PM
Personally, with all the power us gays have to cause natural diasters.. we should unleash a tornado, flood and earthquakes the next time these $#% gather.
Posted by: Zach | Feb 2, 2010 1:19:49 AM
Orthodox Jews are exempt from Israeli military service. American Orthodox Jews have protested the fact that Israel is allowing Orthodox Jews to volunteer to serve in the military:
I find it ironic that this rabbi is concerned about Homos in the Military when he would never have to serve himself.
Posted by: homer | Feb 2, 2010 10:34:22 AMcomments powered by Disqus