Thursday, June 05, 2014

Video demonstrates why anti-gay activist is called 'Porno Pete'

If anti-gay activist Peter LaBarbera hates it when we call him "Porno Pete" then why does he give us such juicy reasons such as what he said in the following video courtesy of Right Wing Watch:

'NOM loses suit against IRS' & other Thursday midday news briefs

US District Court judge essentially ends NOM's ridiculous IRS lawsuit - And I almost forgot. NOM also lost its lawsuit against the IRS. You will remember that the group accused the IRS of leaking its financial information. That's two losses in two days for NOM.

Another view of NOM's loss courtesy of The New Civil Rights Movement

Texas Republican Party Drafts New Platform Advocating For Ex-Gay Therapy - Next they will be supporting lobotomies.  

High School Principal Comes Out As Gay While At Pride Event With Students - Good for him! Now in terms of being truthful in the face of nonsense, this man is a role model. 

 Fox's Hasselbeck On Court Order To End Anti-Gay Discrimination: "Is That Freedom?" - Uh yesssssss.

 Audio: Richard Land equates serving a gay couple with serving a KKK induction ceremony - I won't say that I've heard everything because give these folks one minute and they always manage to top their present verbal nonsense with a new humdinger.

Anti-gay article refutes its own claim about pride parade

On the American Family Association's fake news site, One News Now, there is a story alleging about "immoral activities" during a gay pride parade.

The headline is provocative:

Where were police during vulgar 'gay pride' parade? In it, of course

The charge - that the police were present while gays during a pride parade were supposedly being vulgar but did nothing about it - is also there:

A traditional values leader in Ohio found out where the police are when immoral activities are happening in homosexual pride parades. At issue are homosexual pride parades in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio although they happen nationwide. Phil Burress, who heads Citizens for Community Values, tells OneNewsNow that what occurs in the parades shouldn't be described, and certainly children shouldn't be exposed to it, he says. "You have women and men parading around in their underwear, and in Cincinnati it's not near as bad as it is in Columbus," he says. "In Columbus, women have actually gone topless before, and the signs and things are just totally inappropriate."

And the article actually includes a video of a Cincinnati gay pride parade . . . and that's where everything goes south for the article in rapid fashion. The video doesn't show any supposed vulgarities during the gay pride parade. In fact, the video contradicts the claims.

After all, who would walk around in their underwear in the rain:

I live for refuting religious right lies about lgbts. But there is a special joy which comes when they do the job for me.