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Denizens, time for another WITY™ to brighten your day.

How long have I been telling you guys that the heterophobic sodomite limp-wrists aren’t the slightest bit interested in our tolerance  of their lifestyle, but in forcing us to express our approval thereof – whether we like it or not?

WorldNetDaily has a report about a pair of lesbo bitches who have filed a complaint against a mom-&-pop-run hotel – because of their beliefs about marriage:

A lesbian couple filed a discrimination complaint against a family-run inn because the Roman Catholic owners said they would be reluctant to plan and host a civil union ceremony.

The inn owners, identified only as Jim and Mary, are charged with violating Vermont’s Fair Housing and Public Accommodations Act.

Why do I get the feeling that this piece of bovine-excrement legislation has Dr. YEARRRRRRRRGH’s fingerprints all over it?  Hmmmmmm?

The complaint by Susan Parker, filed with Vermont’s Human Rights Commission, is based on one phone call with Jim.

Jim said he did not refuse Parker’s request but explained that because of his beliefs about marriage, he would have difficulty putting his heart behind the project.

The inn owners, who will host seven or eight wedding receptions this year, usually are involved in the entire process of planning the event, acting as a wedding coordinator.

They run the 24-unit facility with their eight children and have their family residence on the same property.

Okay, so – got that?  These heterophobes want to invade this family’s home and practice their perverted debauchery on their grounds.  Hell – I’m surprised they don’t try to take the hotel using eminent domain!

Liberty Counsel, a Florida-based public-interest law firm representing the family, says that for one recent wedding reception, Jim spent about 40 hours with the couple prior to the wedding day.

Liberty Counsel – which filed a response to the charge, asking that it be dismissed – pointed out Jim said that if Parker still desired to hold the reception, he would be willing to meet with her to discuss possible arrangements.

The law firm argues there must be an exemption to the discrimination charge based on the free exercise of religion, free association and the right of parents to direct the upbringing of their children.

GASP!  How dare  these neanderthal Chriiiiiisssssssstiiiiiiaaaaannnnnnnnsssssssss  bring their religion into it?!?!  That’s fucking unconstitutional, it is, ayup!!!!

Commenting on the case, Mathew D. Staver, president and general counsel of Liberty Counsel, said it “seeks to authorize the government to become thought police.”

“This case also illustrates the radical nature of the same-sex agenda – to target a family-owned inn based upon one telephone call wherein the operator clearly admits that he could not put his heart into a same-sex civil union ceremony,” he said. “Forget tolerance – this case is about forcing others to endorse same-sex unions.”

Precisely.  See what I mean, Denizens?  It’s not enough for the limp-wrists for us to tolerate  them – oh, no.  They won’t be happy until we’re forced to express our approval, or until those who won’t (count me in that  group) are weeded our or sent to re-education “sensitivity training” camps.

In other words – What’d I Tell You?™

Y’know, I’d really like those twats to try and come commandeer my  place for this soiree – just so I could have an excuse to practice some “intolerance”…heh heh heh…



5 Comments to “Religious beliefs:  Void where prohibited by political correctness”


  1. David Hartung — July 1, 2005 @ 7:54 am

    Steve,

    This is nothing more than a publicity stunt. I suspect that these two “ladies”(no offense meant to real ladies) are hoping that the B&B in question doesn’t have deep ehough pockets to fight for their rights, and they can get a court decision cheaply. I hope that every public interest conservative law firm in the country gets involved, and these two get their legal butts soundly trounced!

  2. the — July 4, 2005 @ 5:30 pm

    If it’s on WorldNet Daily I take it all with a healthy grain of salt. I used to read that site daily but long ago concluded that in Joe Farah’s world, all would be great if every homosexual and non-Christian would kill themselves, thus making his world more pleasant. The guy rides that hobby horse so hard it’s frightening.

  3. Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant — July 4, 2005 @ 7:15 pm

    Which is precisely why I read and believe him – because his view piss off the heterophobic and anti-Christian communities.  If they’re comfortable, the job’s not getting done.

    Nice try, though. (snicker)

  4. Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant — July 4, 2005 @ 7:15 pm

    Which is precisely why I read and believe him – because his view piss off the heterophobic and anti-Christian communities.  If they’re comfortable, the job’s not getting done.

    Nice try, though. (snicker)

  5. Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant — July 4, 2005 @ 7:15 pm

    Which is precisely why I read and believe him – because his view piss off the heterophobic and anti-Christian communities.  If they’re comfortable, the job’s not getting done.

    Nice try, though. (snicker)


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