You're right Texas1911, I quoted THE PHRASE. And if anyone was offended, I'll extend the same offer that High-Cap 1911 did, A beer and a formal apology. The comment was not to offend anyone rather to illustrate the fact that had it been a gay woman answering questions and a straight man that told her she lost the crown, it would have been viewed as bigotry. But if a gay person does it to a straight person everyone is perfectly fine with that? If you are straight and you put down someone else's way of life you're evil, but if you happen to be gay and put down someones beliefs it is okay. And I see a real problem with that. So I'm very sorry if you're a gay person and reading this, I do not mean to put you down in any way, I just want to everyone to respect everyone else equally. And as soon as I post this apology statement I will go edit the original post.But he was really offended that someone would dare stand up for what they believe in, only gay people, and illegal immigrants can do that. What was she thinking stepping up to the rainbow room with that response anyway It's almost like ...... the world dose not revolve around what the "edited content" want. Who would have thunk it!
[url]http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/apr/27/were-here-were-queer-and-were-hypocrites/[/URL]yes,but we don't have to have their lifestyle crammed down our throats every time we turn around either.
The problem lies with the phrase used to describe homosexual people. And I do not agree with being gay or gay marriage, I should not have used the derogatory comment in my post. That is why I apologizedyes,but we don't have to have their lifestyle crammed down our throats every time we turn around either.Thats my story and I'm not afraid to say so.If they kick me off of here for this comment then so be it.sj
MY comment was directed more towards Big Country