Monday, May 26, 2014

Louie Gohmert says we should be able to hate gays

Louie Gohmert says we should be able to hate gays
How did a crazy guy like Louie Gohmert get into US Congress?
Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX) is back in saddle again – the saddle exclusive to crazy lunatics, that is. This time he’s saying gay-rights activists are intolerable, so much so that, they are just as intolerable as the Nazis!

“We love homosexuals. We love all people. If you’re not then you are not following the teachings of Jesus for sure. But it doesn’t mean you have to support, embrace and encourage particular lifestyles that you believe are harmful to the individuals and harmful to the societies in general,” said Gohmert on the floor of the United States Congress.

It’s no coincidences that, as Republicans always do, Louie didn’t provide us with a scientific research paper that backed up these claims. He just pulled them out of his ass.

“So it’s amazing in the name of liberality, in the name of being tolerant, this fascist intolerance has risen for people that stand up and say, ‘you know I agree with majority of Americans, I agree with Moses and Jesus that marriage is [between] a man and a woman’ now all of a sudden are considered haters,” said Gohmert.

In his mind, Louie is the victim for not being able to hate gays. He’s thinking that he has a right to discriminate certain group of people just because he can. How an idiotic bigot like this was elected to the US Congress is a real mystery. Whats more, he should realize that people have overruled the perfect word of God, as outlined in the Bible. For example, we don't stone our neighbors for working on Sundays, along with many other things we don't do nowadays because they don't make sense.

Now Louie had to somehow connect this to Nazis. He said, “Throughout our history, “referring to ‘haters’ part, “going back to the Nazi takeover of Europe.” WHAT THE HECK?

In short, what Louie is saying is, he’d like to discriminate against the gays by taking away their civil rights that others enjoy, but others calling labeling that very action is also a form of a discrimination. In other words, others calling him a “hater” for hating gays is equivalent of him being discriminated for not being able to take the gays’ rights away.

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