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Homosexuals have another head on their stick

Thursday, April 3, 2014, 7:25 pm | Randy Thomasson


Showing their disdain for freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of association — the values of the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States — homosexual activists have pressured Mozilla (maker of the Firefox web browser) CEO Brendan Eich to resign because he knows real marriage is only for a man and a woman.

The barbarian homosexuals have another head on their stick.

In a statement, Mozilla admitted it was “hard” to believe in both “equality and freedom of speech.” Actually, it’s impossible to support so-called “gay rights” and religious freedom/free speech/freedom of association. Because the homosexual activists have rejected true tolerance (to agree to disagree) and instead do the exact opposite — they punish everyone who disagrees with them. That’s INtolerance.

Look at the intolerant track record of homosexual activists in California: religious rights, moral rights, parental rights, business owner rights, property owner rights, physicians’ rights, and the right of association have been and are being trampled by homosexuals.

And across America, great damage is being done by homosexuals: people of faith who are photographers, bakers, florists, and other businesspersons are having their religious freedom and personal moral values crushed by tyrannical practitioners of homosexuality.

It’s been sad to see the grovelling that Brendan Eich has been doing to try to please the unnatural, unhealthy agenda of homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activists.

My advice to people of faith and people of principle: If you stand for something (and you should do this regularly), expect opposition and don’t betray God or stop speaking or doing what you know know to be true. Because fear, self-interest, and abandonment of God’s principles is the opposite of courage, love, and faith in Him.

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