Recently Beck said he doesn't see gay marriage as a threat to America.
And of course this comment sent LaBarbera into orbit. He posted two pieces that he claims proves Beck to be wrong.
Personally I could care less. You all know how I feel about LaBarbera. And I am totally indifferent to Beck. I see him as a circus clown willing to say or do anything to get the paycheck.
But as it is in arguments like these, innocent parties get smeared. Like the EEOC's Chai Feldblum.
LaBabera evoked her name to prove that somehow if gays get married, the rights of Christians will be up for revoke:
. . . the prospect of State-sanctioned homosexual “marriage” will lead to the systematic, forced imposition of pro-homosexualist ideology on young and old Americans alike — and will engender innumerable lawsuits by homosexual activist attorneys who believe that their “right” to be affirmed and celebrated in the culture supersedes YOUR right to live according to YOUR beliefs.
Who could put it any better than lesbian legal activist Chai Feldblum, former law professor at Georgetown University and President Obama’s recess appointee to the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC)? Regarding what she calls the “zero-sum” game that exists between homosexual legal “rights” and the freedom of religious/moral Americans to oppose homosexuality, Feldblum stated: “Gays win. Christians lose.” We hope her prediction is wrong, but the lesbian prof’s secular “rights” formula is clearly advanced every time the noble institution of “marriage” is perverted to legally sanction ignoble, sinful conduct.
There is one problem with LaBarbera's claim. There is no record of Feldblum ever saying this.