Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The weeping of whipped homophobes is loud across twitter over Arizona

Naturally, not everyone is happy about AZ Gov. Jan Brewer's vetoing of the anti-gay segregation bill:

Equality carries the day in Arizona!! Brewer vetoes anti-gay segregation bill!!

In a short announcement, AZ Gov. Jan Brewer has announced that she has VETOED the anti-gay segregation bill. Details will be forthcoming, but let's just have a short dance!!

Tucker Carlson throws hissy fit because he can't adequately defend Arizona's anti-gay segregation bill

After watching Tucker Carlson throw a hissy fit during a debate in which he is supporting Arizona's awful anti-gay segregation bill, I don't feel guilty about starting the rumor that every time he passes a mirror, he looks at a photostat copy of his Fox News paycheck so he doesn't have to look at his reflection.

Two thing of special note. Notice how he conflates inappropriate behavior such as being naked in a public place or using vulgar language to be an lgbt. Also, I am so sick and tired of folks like him who complain about being attacked when it's pointed out that their position doesn't hold water. Stop blaming everyone else because you can't defend your position. Maybe it does stink. Maybe it's an undefendable point of view.

Thank God Carlson doesn't play football. Every time his team loses, he would probably blame the referee.

'Latest attempt to play blacks vs. gays divide just plain tacky' and other Wednesday midday news briefs's Desperate Anti-Equality Gambit: Driving A Racial Wedge - Uh for the benefit of the future, if you are going to use an African-American group to exploit the alleged division between blacks and gays on the subject of civil rights, make sure that it's not a group which everyone KNOWS is a group bought-and-paid for by those who oppose marriage equality. It's just so tacky. 

One-Third Of Millennials Who Left Their Religion Did It Because Of Anti-Gay Policies: Survey - Can you really blame them? Some religions don't encourage growth or searching. They just the false idea that they have all of the answers.

 'Religious Freedom' Bill Opposed By LGBT Advocates Likely Dead In Georgia House - And another one down, and another one down. And another one bites the dust. 

 Three Of Four New State ‘License To Discriminate’ Bills Have Already Faltered - This news is so delicious you just KNOW that it's fattening.  

Ugandan Scientist Who Chaired President Museveni’s Anti-Homosexuality Committee Runs HIV Project Funded by NIH - Now if there is a case where funding needs to be yanked . . .  

Even Fox News Isn't So Sure About Arizona's Homophobic Bill - Okay why am I supposed to give a crap? This "network" spent the longest time instigating the situation which led to folks wanting to pass these bills and all of the sudden, they aren't sure about it. Am I supposed to applaud an arsonist who saves people from a fire which he helped to cause? 

 READ: FRC's three-part plan toward legally divorcing, proudly oppressing LGBT people - Apparently the Family Research Council has all sorts of evil junk planned for the lgbt community because they LOVE us no doubt.

Anti-gay segregation law defenders flop majorly trying to defend it

Seems to me that if you support or vote for a law, you should be able to explain that law. With that thought in mind, check out the following videos of those supporting that Arizona anti-gay segregation bill having tremendous problems explaining the bill and its repercussions.

You've probably seen these videos before but they take a new and sad meaning when seen back-to-back: