By Emily Geiger
It’s Okay If I Discriminate, but Not if You Do
That’s the new slogan for the gay community, or at least it should be. It seems lately that gays are the loudest users of the discrimination claim lately, but, perhaps they should take a look in the mirror before pointing the finger at others.
It seems there are some national gay-only sports leagues out there, and at a recent softball tournament, a team was disqualified for having too many “non-gays.” They were allowed two heterosexuals per team, but this team happened to have three bisexuals, and after these guys were taken aside, asked detailed questions about their sexual preferences and histories, it was determined that they were not gay enough to qualify as gay members of their team.
The team was disqualified and banned from the league for a year.
Gee, I sure wish these people would learn to be more tolerant.
Obama, Abortion, and the Supreme Court Nominee
So, if I remember correctly, Democrats threw an all-out hissy fit if there was any hint that a Republican president might pick a nominee who had stated any sort of opinion against abortion.
Now, we have a Democrat president who is openly admitting that he will only pick someone who supports abortion rights. Of course, he came up with a more politically correct way of saying it, but that’s exactly what he meant.
“I will say that I want somebody who is going to be interpreting our Constitution in a way that takes into account individual rights, and that includes women’s rights,” Obama said. “And that’s going to be something that’s very important to me, because I think part of what our core constitutional values promote is the notion that individuals are protected in their privacy and their bodily integrity. And women are not exempt from that.”
It has come to my attention recently that there are several other hypocrites in our midst here in Iowa, even some who we thought were friends. You know who you are, and you should be ashamed of yourselves.
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