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04/22/2010

Don't even ask him about the LGBT Equality Caucus

by Jeremy Hooper

EW-JacksonBishop E.W. Jackson, who earlier this month declared that there is a direct connection between homosexuality and pedophilia, is now turning his attention to the donkey party, and the Black voters who support the same. Jackson tells One News Now (a.k.a the news source that calls us "sick queers") the following:

"[The members of the Congressional Black Caucus] are pro-abortion, they are pro-homosexuality, they are pro-gay marriage -- and the black community doesn't agree with any of these things...and it is time [those lawmakers] were challenged," he vows. "[O]ur PAC is going to challenge them, recruit candidates, and ultimately see to it that they are defeated, and that the black community has an alternative leadership to look to."
...
"The Democrat Party [sic] has become a coalition of the godless, and it has a death grip and it is a curse on the black community -- and it is about time that that death grip was broken and that curse was broken
"
'Godless' Dems have 'death grip' on blacks [ONN]

The Congressional Black Caucus = this one thing.

The black community = this one thing.

Belief in God = this one thing.

The ability to pinpoint curses = this one kind of person.

Aggressive, generalized, condemnatory "us v/ them" mindsets are destroying this nation. We would never say they have a "death grip" or constitute a "curse," because, well, we are rational and don't care to take a rhetorical dump in this nation's conversational waters. But we will say that the exceedingly hostile faux populism is a serious concern. And it's not just for LGBT people any more.

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