Anti-Bullying Advocate Refers to Gay Conservatives as "House F**gots"

June 20, 2012 at 9:40 pm (Anti-Bullying, Ben Howe, Bully, Czar, Dan Savage, Gay Marriage, Gay President, Gay Rights, Gay Slur, GOProud, It Gets Better, Mitt Romney, President Obama, Sex Advice, Slur)

Dan Savage is a gay sex advice columnist who spearheads President Obama’s anti-bullying efforts through his It Gets Better Project.  Savage started the project in 2010 in response to a young boy’s suicide as a result of bullying over his perceived sexual orientation.

Now, if someone who was gay had been verbally abused with a comment about being a “f*ggot” or that they “grab their ankles”, that would be the type of thing Savage would vehemently oppose, correct?

Which is why it’s all the more surprising that he, himself, is the one who said it…

Savage’s hatred seems to come from the decision by GOProud – an organization of gay conservatives and their straight allies – as they announced today their endorsement of Mitt Romney for President.

Via GOProud:

“The Board of Directors of GOProud voted to enthusiastically endorse Governor Romney’s candidacy for President,” said Lisa De Pasquale, interim Chair of the GOProud Board of Directors and the former Director of CPAC.  “GOProud is prepared to commit significant resources to help make Mitt Romney the next President of the United States.”

How dare they support somebody who they believe represents their best interests?


Savage has a history of pretending to be a tough guy, wishing that “Republicans were all f***ing dead”, and fantasizing about “f***ing the s*** out of Rick Santorum” on the very friendly Bill Maher show.   


And who could ever forget the time he got all up in the grill of high school students aged 14-18, telling them that the Bible was “bulls***”, and after they walked out on him, referring to them as “pansy a**es”?


Video courtesy of Ben Howe:

Remember that this vile cretin has the full support of your President, currently serving as his “bullying czar”.  
Just doesn’t seem right for America’s first gay President.

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Military That Banned Cross Now Flying Gay Pride Flag

March 29, 2012 at 1:00 pm (Army, Christian, Cross, Flag, Gay Pride, Gay Rights, Military, Religion)

As Gateway Pundit says, it’s an Obama world now…

From a site called – I kid you not – Unicorn Booty:

Nicole Jodice’s sweet, sweet boo raises a gay pride flag above a U.S. military base while stationed in Afghanistan. Not a hoax! Not a photoshop illusion. Nicole assures us this is the real deal, baby!


A bottomless well of gratitude and admiration to not only the LGBT members of the military across the globe, but the incredible straight allies that literally wave the flag for equality wherever they go. We’re absolutely humbled and inspired by your support. Thank you!

Equality doesn’t appear to go both ways however.

In November, Politico reported that a Christian cross had been removed from an army chapel…

A large cross that had been prominently displayed outside a chapel on an isolated military base in northern Afghanistan was taken down last week, prompting outrage from some American service members stationed there.


“We are here away from our families, and the chapel is the one place that feels like home,” a service member at Camp Marmal told POLITICO. “With the cross on the outside, it is a constant reminder for all of us that Jesus is here for us.”


“Not having it there is really upsetting,” added another. “I walk by the chapel daily on the way to chow and the gym, and seeing the cross is a daily reminder of my faith and what Jesus accomplished for me. It is daily inspiration and motivation for me to acknowledge my faith and stay on the right path.”


Camp Marmal is a German base that hosts NATO forces. The interfaith chapel in question is supervised by the U.S. Army.


The soldiers said they found great comfort in the chapel —and the cross visible outside. “Sometimes the Church and the ability to openly express religious views ultimately gets people through the deployments over here,” one told POLITICO by email.

You can openly express sexual views in the army, but religious views are apparently too controversial.

Now it’s Christians who have to live their lives in a closet.

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