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Ann Coulter And Right Wing Fanatics Blame Gays For Hurricanes Irma & Harvey (732 hits)

It wouldnít be a natural disaster if there werenít members of the Republican Party waiting to blame the entire thing on gay people, and thatís exactly whatís starting to happen with Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Right wing pundit Ann Coulter jumped into the fray, claiming that the storm being Godís wrath for homos*xuality was more plausible than the storm being caused by climate change, and right wing evangelicals are right on board with her.
Posted By: Deacon Ron Gray
Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 12:36PM
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Farron Cousins is making a good argument against the Biblical teaching about gays. The religious right would not abuse gays except for the fact the Bible teaches that gays are sinners, and that God will excercise judgement on them because they are sinners.
Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 3:49PM
Steve Williams
Did you hear what you said: " The religious right would not abuse gays except for the fact the Bible teaches that gays are sinners, and that God will exercise judgement on them because they are sinners."

Let me focus in on this point for a minute. " God will exercise judgement on them because they are sinners," not man, Man are sinners too. According to The Book of Romans 3:23:†For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God. Unless the baker has elevated himself to God status and has removed himself from the directive of God's teaching, then that baker can dole out punishment as he sees fit and people like Sessions and Trump are in there rights to pursuit a ruling, that is OK to discriminate against gays.

This has been my point since the beginning of this event. There is no evidence of discrimination of gays in The Holy Bible. There was only one example of only one being that thought of himself equal to God and his children are right here on earth and you can tell them apart by there actions against the word of God.

They are still here!!!


Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 5:54PM
Deacon Ron Gray
This video isn't about Jack Phillips, Sessions, or Trump. It's about right-wing Christians who think hurricane Harvey was God's judgement on gays in Houston. GOD's judgement Ron.
Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 6:05PM
Steve Williams
Steve, my last reply was to your last comment and the argument against the Biblical teaching about gays. Now do you agree with The Right-Wing Evangelicals Minister Kevin Swanson that blames the Hurricanes on Gay people?

Here is his exact words from Evangelicals Minister Kevin Swanson and I Quote: "Jesus sends the message home. Unless Americans repent, unless New Orleans repents, they will all likewise perish."

According to this guy, Kevin Swanson, a Right-Wing Evangelical, it's because of the gay people, because politicians might be nice to gay people, that they have the audacity to treat "GAY'S" as equal to other human beings at the GAY'S brought on these two Hurricanes.

Steve, this is not the first time you have admitted that you was gay and I never brought that up against you ever but you are siding with conservatives right-wing people who can't stand your actions and what you stand for, why?






Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 7:24PM
Deacon Ron Gray
No Ron, I'm not gay and never said so. No, the hurricanes weren't God's judgement on anyone, gays, politicians or otherwise. I don't believe in your Christian god, a god becoming a man, or a man-god who died to get sinners off the hook.

I believe in the human and constitutional freedom of speech, even if it slanders Buddhists, queers, gays, or women and children.

Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 8:36PM
Steve Williams
If you are not gay, then I stand corrected. It is about time that I get a straight answer from you. I also believe in constitutional freedom of speech and have put my life on-the line to keep that right to the freedoms to exercise that right.

I must add their is limitations to the right of Freedom of Speech, I stand by that an American don't have the right of Defamation of character, obscenity and making false statements that result in a clear and present danger are examples of speech that are not protected by law.

As you know, Freedom of speech is a fundamental American right, but limits on American freedom of speech also exist. Throughout American history, the Supreme Court has ruled on the types of speech and other forms of expression that are and are not protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

Defamation: Hurting another Person's Reputation

Freedom of speech does not permit someone to make a false statement about another person that could damage his or her reputation. This applies to the spoken word, which is called slander, as well as libel, which is defamation in print. Making these false statements must also be done with the intent to harm another.



Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 8:59PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Fine Ron, I'll clarify.

I believe in the human and constitutional freedom of speech, even if it maligns Buddhists, queers, gays, or women and children.

Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 9:51PM
Steve Williams
You said that once and that's where we differ. You just can't yell fire in a crowd of people or falsely accused another person, that is respect in the American way.


Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 10:33PM
Deacon Ron Gray
If that's what you believe Ron, then the vast majority of your blogs are not free speech.
Tuesday, September 12th 2017 at 11:04PM
Steve Williams
So you are saying that you can yell fire in a crowd of people and not have any consequences behind these actions? I don't think so.

Do you want to talk about this subject now Steve?


Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 10:12AM
Deacon Ron Gray
I'm saying your blogs are all like some guy in a theater lights a match and you are that guy that screams FIRE!
Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 1:51PM
Steve Williams
You're an alarmist Ron, Chicken Little.
Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 1:53PM
Steve Williams
I really don't understand your analogy of "some guy in a theater lights a match," I have never seen anyone strike a match in a theater. Why would some clown strike a match in a theater, in the first place. I don't get that line of your BULL💩, but moving on.

What I 'am doing is bringing a form of consciousness to what we are seeing in the news and exposing those LIES that some people may use to take our freedoms away that is happening to you, as we speak, under the auspiciousness "To Make America Great Again."




Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 3:34PM
Deacon Ron Gray
The story is listed as Aarne-Thompson-Uther type 20C, which includes international examples of folktales that make light of paranoia and mass hysteria.[2] There are several Western versions of the story, of which the best-known concerns a chick that believes the sky is falling when an acorn falls on its head. The chick decides to tell the King and on its journey meets other animals (mostly other fowl) which join it in the quest. After this point, there are many endings. In the most familiar, a fox invites them to its lair and there eats them all. Alternatively, the last one, usually Cocky Lockey, survives long enough to warn the chick, who escapes. In others all are rescued and finally speak to the King.

In most retellings, the animals have rhyming names, commonly Chicken Licken or Chicken Little, Henny Penny or Hen-Len, Cocky Locky, Ducky Lucky or Ducky Daddles, Drakey Lakey, Goosey Loosey or Goosey Poosey, Gander Lander, Turkey Lurkey and Foxy Loxy or Foxy Woxy.

The moral to be drawn changes, depending on the version. Where there is a "happy ending", the moral is not to be a "Chicken" but to have courage. In other versions where the birds are eaten by the fox, the fable is interpreted as a warning not to believe everything one is told.

In the United States, the most common name for the story is "Chicken Little", as attested by illustrated books for children dating from the early 19th century. In Britain and its other former colonies, it is best known as "Henny Penny" and "Chicken Licken", titles by which it also went in the United States.[note 1]
Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 5:13PM
Steve Williams
Are you for real? Now you want to talk about FOLKTALES!!! You can't state your case any better than this. I asked you, Do you want to talk about this subject now Steve? you replied with FOLKTALES, TALES, STORIES, AND MYTHS. WOW!!!!!!

Brothers and Sisters meet Steve Williams, WOW!!!!




Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 9:50PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Your "brothers and sisters" Ron are a myth, no presence, no substance.
Wednesday, September 13th 2017 at 11:37PM
Steve Williams
This blog is about Ann Coulter And Right Wing Fanatics Blame Gays For Hurricanes Irma & Harvey and not about your FOLKTALES, TALES, STORIES, MYTHS AND YOUR JEALOUSIES OF MY POLL NUMBERS ON A BLACK WEBSITE.



Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 8:46AM
Deacon Ron Gray
Let me ask you something Ron. Why do Farron Cousins and you repeat the hate speech of those right-wing preachers, when you think it's harmful to gays to hear it? I say that you cause more harm to gays than the preachers.
Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 9:06AM
Steve Williams
Steve, I am not just talking to the gay people in this blog. It is not Farron Cousins or myself who said these unbelievable things about why the Hurricanes Irma & Harvey hit the south but it was Ann Coulter And Right Wing Fanatics, who made the news here Steve, can't you see that?

That is like me saying the God sent those Hurricanes to the south for voting for Trump and the attempts of Russia to take over The United States of America.

I can't make this BULL💩 UP!

Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 9:39AM
Deacon Ron Gray
I doubt you're talking to any gay people Ron. Gay people can take care of themselves, you have no reason at all to propagate this hate speech.
Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 10:02AM
Steve Williams
Did you see this video Steve? If you did please point out what you call "this hate speech."

Do you think that God sent the Hurricanes Irma & Harvey because of the GAY'S?




Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 10:27AM
Deacon Ron Gray
God doesn't cause hurricanes, ever. I'm talking about the hate speech of these right-wing Christians that Farron Cousins and you are now repeating. Cousins is just scamming the public for money, and you are just scamming BIA for for some perceived fame as top blogger.
Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 10:42AM
Steve Williams
So, you are telling me that you don't agree with this Right-wing Evangelical Minister Kevin Swanson, who said that Houston had sinned by having a very, very aggressively pro-homos exual mayor?

Here's the exact quote for your review Steve: "Jesus sends the message home. Unless Americans repent, unless Houston repents, unless New Orleans repents, they will all likewise perish." So, Steve, you are saying that you don't agree with this statement?



Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 11:05AM
Deacon Ron Gray
Of course I don't agree with that statement Ron. Jesus doesn't send anything either, not hurricanes not messages not anything. Cities can't repent, only individuals can repent, and repentence can only be made to oneself or other HUMANS, and preachers are deceiving people to say otherwise.
Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 11:45AM
Steve Williams
Well maybe you agree with Ann Coulter, the right-wing pundit slash author, who decided to jump into the fray as well. She also doesnít think that God sent a hurricane because the mayor supports gay people, but she think that is more plausible than believing in climate change.

So, in short Steve, she is saying that she doesnít actually believe what Right-wing Evangelical Minister Kevin Swanson is saying but she do believe it, and of course change is a HOAX.

Steven, do you believe that change is a HOAX?



Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 7:21PM
Deacon Ron Gray
I agree with Ann Coulter that climate change is a worse hoax than Jesus sending hurricanes.
Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 8:13PM
Steve Williams
Just to clarify what you are saying, you don't believe in climate change or global warming all that is a HOAX?



Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 8:41PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Correct.
Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 9:41PM
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