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08/25/2010

Gays threaten security, says he whose very comment threatens every gay's security

by Jeremy Hooper

If they can't beat us in the courts, then the social conservatives will just paint us LGBT folk as a cancer waiting to eat away at the heart of American security. Hit it, Cliff Kincaid:

"We've got evidence from those who have written about this problem going back many, many years that homosexuals are notorious security risks because of their personality and mental problems," Kincaid points out.

CliffkincaidHe adds that homosexuals have been a target for recruitment as foreign agents in the past.

"The reason the Soviets looked at homosexuals as possible agents was because they had personality problems and they could be exploited," the conservative activist explains. "And this is what happened in the [Private First Class Bradley Manning] case. There are some indications he was part of a network of secret homosexuals in the armed forces.

Homosexuals a military security risk, says activist [ONN]

And if you should encounter bank fraud? Blame a gay.

Facebook account get hacked? A gay.

Condom break? Surely it's a 'mosexual's fault.

Make the wrong accusation in Clue, thus letting a muderous Miss Scarlett run free? Look to someone LGBT!


It must be easy having a scapegoat. But we wouldn't know -- we're too busy putting a shield up to the whip to even consider finding our own place towards which we can carelessly and callously project the world's burdens.

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