Wednesday, September 23, 2015

'Why is the media coddling anti-gay group leader Tony Perkins?' & other Wed midday news briefs



There is absolutely no excuse for the media's light treatment of the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins. Point blank. He doesn't deserve the designation of a "Christian leader" nor does the Family Research Council deserve the designation of a "Christian organization."  Their lies about the lgbt community need to be addressed, not ignored. More here - How The Media Is Helping A Hate Group Leader Gain Political Power  

Huckabee: Obama Only 'Pretends To Be' A Christian - And so driven insane by the reality that no one in their right minds would want him as president, Mike Huckabee slowly went insane and began to think God picked him to designate who gets to be called true Christians . . . 

A Gay Pastor Faces The Damage Done By His Many Affairs - I LOVE the black church, but this is situation is symptomatic of the hypocrisy and the deliberate ignorance embraced by so many of my heterosexual African-American brothers and sisters when it comes to being an lgbt of faith.

 Why Kim Davis Isn’t Off The Hook Yet - Oh come on, y'all. You know it's not over yet . . .

  Barber: Criticism Of Kim Davis Reminiscent Of Sodom And Gomorrah, The Inquisition - And on that note, dear Kim Davis supporters, having someone like Matt Barber defend her is like THE WORST thing to happen to her cause. 

 Director Roland Emmerich Discusses “Stonewall” Controversy - And he addresses it by saying the MOST INAPPROPRIATE thing one could say in a situation like this. I don't see this ending on a positive not at all.

2 comments :

steevee said...

Emmerich really made himself sound like an ignorant fool, and having seen STONEWALL, I can testify that this ignorance is reflected in the film.

Erica Cook said...

“They learned something from Danny — that you can make it, that you can study, you can maybe have a more regular life,” Emmerich said. “I also don’t have the feeling at the end that they are so much on the streets anymore.” Well, I'm so glad they had a nice white boy to teach them this. What bullshit. I had not intention of seeing this movie before. Every time I hear this guy talk I hear better and better reasons to not see it. Basically, he wrote a gay movie for straight people. And I've kind of simplified things in stories to make it easier for outsiders to understand before. This isn't that, no matter how he tries to put it. It is trying to make gay acceptable to straight people.