Blogs 4 Brownback

June 4, 2007

A Sad Day for Latvia

Filed under: Breaking News,Defending America,Family,Homosexuality,Immigration — Sisyphus @ 5:14 am

Set the Latvian flag at half-mast:

Several hundred gays and lesbians, some from Latvia and many from abroad, on Sunday staged the third Gay Pride rally in the Baltic state under tight security aimed at preventing protests that marred previous events.

The participants and their supporters marched through a park in the capital Riga which had been sealed off, under the watchful eyes of hundreds of police officers.

The marchers went around in circles inside Vermanes Park, with hundreds of curious people and anti-gay protesters watching on from across the fence.

“Gay Pride is taking its first baby steps here,” 23-year-old Lisa from Sweden told AFP.

Fortunately, this isn’t happening here. Unfortunately, it happens so often here in our moonbat cities that it’s no longer newsworthy. Latvia is facing the thin end of the wedge; before long, they’ll be asked to support homosexual adoption, homosexuals in the military, homosexual marriage, homosexual cohabitation benefits, homosexual church rites, homosexual televised fashion advice, and homosexuals in school. They will then be asked to support other deviant sexual practices, such as polygamy and man-on-dog sex. At that point, most of the decent Latvians will probably try to come here, claiming refugee status.

If these homosexual Latvians want to follow their less sinful countrymen in to America, it could present a serious problem. I think we may have to keep them out just on public health grounds; they may try to infect others with their sinful lifestyle. While I support Senator Brownback’s general position on immigration, I also think we need to exclude homosexuals who are unwilling to seek treatment for their devastating, contagious condition.

45 Comments »

  1. Latvia missed a historic chance to be free of homosexuality, now it will fester there as it does here, in the name of some misguided sop to free speech and tolerance. We should not toerlate the Gay Deathstyle. God doesn’t and was very clear about it.

    Comment by Gary Ruppert — June 4, 2007 @ 6:13 am | Reply

  2. I say: God loves gays.

    Comment by littleandy — June 4, 2007 @ 7:36 am | Reply

  3. littleandy @ 2:

    “I say: God loves gays.”

    Of course he loves you. He just wants you to stop doing dirty, sinful things to other men.

    Comment by DPS — June 4, 2007 @ 8:14 am | Reply

  4. *g* I’m not gay, I’m straight. But don’t worry, I do dirty and sinful things to my girlfriend. And she likes it.

    Comment by littleandy — June 4, 2007 @ 8:16 am | Reply

  5. “*g* I’m not gay, I’m straight. But don’t worry, I do dirty and sinful things to my girlfriend. And she likes it.”

    That’s as it should be. Except for the unwed part and the enjoying it part. And for certain acts which you may or may not be doing. But at least you’re not having relations with men yet, and that’s good.

    Comment by DPS — June 4, 2007 @ 8:55 am | Reply

  6. “I say: God loves gays.”

    Hate the sine, love the sinner.

    “*g* I’m not gay, I’m straight. But don’t worry, I do dirty and sinful things to my girlfriend. And she likes it.”

    Technically, that’s sin on several levels. God will not forgive you if you continue to revel in this lifestyle.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 4, 2007 @ 9:24 am | Reply

  7. Andy,
    You should refrain from all sin and pleasurable sin the most. Go directly to Confession and be open and honest with the priest. He will get very excited and define your penance. Then, after following the instructions, you will be on the right path to salvation.
    (By the way, you know what Elvis called his little Elvis right? He called it Little Elvis. Little Elvis did not perform for the public though. At least not outside of marriage.)

    Comment by carsick — June 4, 2007 @ 10:24 am | Reply

  8. I think Latvia should send all its gay people somewhere else. Let them all live in a modern-day Sodom. It will make it that much easier for God to smite them in the end.

    Comment by Marcia P. — June 4, 2007 @ 11:14 am | Reply

  9. “I think Latvia should send all its gay people somewhere else. Let them all live in a modern-day Sodom. It will make it that much easier for God to smite them in the end.”

    Because we all know that when God’s in the mood for an old fashioned smiting, convenience is what he looks for.

    I didn’t realize he was omnipotent but really lazy.

    Comment by Fascinated and Confused — June 4, 2007 @ 11:56 am | Reply

  10. “I didn’t realize he was omnipotent but really lazy.”

    It’ll reduce collateral damage for the rest of us, at least. How’d you like to drown in frog urine and locust corpses just because your next-door neighbors were sodomites?

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 4, 2007 @ 4:05 pm | Reply

  11. wow, you guys are such losers. conservatives suck. Brownback will lose. and you will all burn in hell.

    Comment by I am Jesus Christ...Seriously, I am. Pay attention to me. — June 4, 2007 @ 6:01 pm | Reply

  12. You’re not really Jesus, blasphemer.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 4, 2007 @ 6:28 pm | Reply

  13. The bible says that in the end times there will be many false prophets. Do you think we have one here Sysiphus?

    Comment by ec1009 — June 4, 2007 @ 11:34 pm | Reply

  14. “How’d you like to drown in frog urine and locust corpses just because your next-door neighbors were sodomites?”
    A bit harsh don’t you think? If my next door neighbours were French how would god punish me? Death by petite pois?

    Homosexuality is not wrong, the bible has very little to say on it and even then the opinions of the many writers are a few thousand years out of date. Move with the times Sysiphus or get left behind.

    Sorry, get left even more behind.

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 6:08 am | Reply

  15. hoverfrog
    You say, “…even then the opinions of the many writers are a few thousand years out of date…”
    With that reasoning I’ll assume you also follow the latest fashion trends too so as to not be caught “out of date.”
    So what man-thong and back wax modern document should we be following this year? And, can you guarantee we won’t be regretting the purchase as we stare into our soul closet next Spring?

    Comment by carsick — June 5, 2007 @ 8:14 am | Reply

  16. Your assumption would be wrong. Although I’d look pretty good in a man thong, I’m sure.😉

    The point I was trying to make is that a few biblical comments that weren’t wholly supportive of alternate lifestyles don’t make these lifestyles wrong. They’re just different. Wouldn’t life be dull if we were all god fearing bible basher clones? Vivre la différence is an attitude that causes no harm. We should celebrate our uniqueness not oppress it.

    *waits for the inevitable insults*

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 8:35 am | Reply

  17. “It’ll reduce collateral damage for the rest of us, at least.”

    So an omniscient and omnipotent God cannot devise a method of destruction that doesn’t lead to collateral damage?

    You people are unimaginative at best and completely ignorant of your own beliefs, at worst.

    Comment by Fascinated and Confused — June 5, 2007 @ 8:43 am | Reply

  18. “Vivre la différence is an attitude that causes no harm. We should celebrate our uniqueness not oppress it.”

    >>shudder

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 9:36 am | Reply

  19. Don’t shudder. Come up with a counter argument. One that says that we should all be the same and have the same opinions, like human sheep. I’d love to hear it.

    Or did I upset you with my use of that heathen tongue, French?

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 9:46 am | Reply

  20. “The bible says that in the end times there will be many false prophets. Do you think we have one here Sysiphus?”

    Most definitely. At least one.

    “The point I was trying to make is that a few biblical comments that weren’t wholly supportive of alternate lifestyles don’t make these lifestyles wrong.”

    Why do you hate God?

    “Wouldn’t life be dull if we were all god fearing bible basher clones?”

    No.

    “Vivre la différence is an attitude that causes no harm. We should celebrate our uniqueness not oppress it.”

    Hell has this kind of diversity. Paradise is the lack of sin.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 5, 2007 @ 9:48 am | Reply

  21. ““The point I was trying to make is that a few biblical comments that weren’t wholly supportive of alternate lifestyles don’t make these lifestyles wrong.”

    Why do you hate God?”

    Non-sequitur. I see that you throw in “Why do you hate God?” whenever you have no answer to a question but you must be aware that this is a non-sequitur. In case you don’t know what that is I’ll help you out again.

    Non sequitur is Latin for “it does not follow.” An argument is called non sequitur if the conclusion does not follow from the premises. It should be stressed that in a non sequitur, the conclusion can be either true or false, but the argument is a fallacy because the conclusion does not follow from the premises. All logical fallacies are actually just specific types of non sequiturs.

    You’ve been doing this a lot.

    ““Wouldn’t life be dull if we were all god fearing bible basher clones?”

    No.”

    I think it would. Can you explain why you think that a life devoid of variety would be free from boredom please.

    ““Vivre la différence is an attitude that causes no harm. We should celebrate our uniqueness not oppress it.”

    Hell has this kind of diversity. Paradise is the lack of sin.”

    The Qur’an and the Hadith present paradise as a place of extreme beauty, sinless, with no presence of pain or sorrow, and ample physical fulfillment. This sounds just like your Christian paradise. Is it the same?

    Actually you make hell sound like a great place. All that diversity and change, everyone celebrating their differences, all that glorious sinning without any preaching or complaint. 😉

    If only it were real.

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 10:09 am | Reply

  22. “Don’t shudder. Come up with a counter argument. One that says that we should all be the same and have the same opinions, like human sheep. I’d love to hear it.

    Or did I upset you with my use of that heathen tongue, French?”

    1). by your logic, you think we should be able to have relations with consenting sheep, if that would celebrate our diversity.

    2). and while I may have shuddered at the appearance of the Gallic tongue here at B4B, I also shudder at your unusual choice to use “vivre” instead of “vive.” If we are to defeat the Frogs, we must defeat them on their own turf. I would have said ‘”Vive la différence!” is an attitude that causes no harm.’ That’s what I would have said if I were a pagan hedonist like you, that is. Anyway, your choice seems to mean “living difference” rather than “long live difference!” which I think is what you were trying to say.🙂

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 10:32 am | Reply

  23. “You’ve been doing this a lot.”

    Tu stultus es.

    “I think it would. Can you explain why you think that a life devoid of variety would be free from boredom please.”

    Your “variety” is sin. Would you enjoy living around a bunch of serial killers? That’s what being surrounded by unrepentant, deviant sinners feels like.

    “If only it were real.”

    I’m pretty sure you’ll get to experience it. Watch out for the guys with pitchforks, though.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 5, 2007 @ 10:39 am | Reply

  24. “by your logic, you think we should be able to have relations with consenting sheep, if that would celebrate our diversity.”

    non-sequitur. But if you like sheep that much and they’re consenting then … no, it’s still wrong.

    “If we are to defeat the Frogs”

    Are you advocating a war on the French now? You may be right about my use of the language though. I’m no native speaker of French. Or Latin. I just know enough to get by.

    “Tu stultus es”

    non-sequitur. Quid rides? Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur.

    “Your “variety” is sin. Would you enjoy living around a bunch of serial killers? That’s what being surrounded by unrepentant, deviant sinners feels like.”

    non-sequitur. If people like me are going to hell and I am not a serial killer then it stands to reason that not everyone in hell will be a serial killer. I would expect a great variety of people. About 70% of the current Earth population. Clearly Hell would be a very diverse place to spend eternity. If it were real.

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 10:55 am | Reply

  25. “Tu stultus es.”

    Immo vero stultissimus.

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 10:58 am | Reply

  26. Vos planto stultus pro vestri.

    Shall we stop now or would you prefer to degenerate into hair pulling?

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 11:10 am | Reply

  27. hoverfrog
    I don’t know how to say “In God We Trust” in a foreign tongue and thankfully I don’t need to.
    To answer your earlier concerns:
    Some people believe the Bible is full of analogies and parables that illustrate important values. I am not one of those people (the Bible is literal!) but I am not adverse to using an analogy to make a point here.
    A bunch of boats are floating around on a big beautiful sea. A breeze kicks up and starts pushing the boats toward a rocky coast. Many of the boats have no rudder or oars and are smashed against the rocks spilling debris, food, bilge, oil, gasoline, unsanitary water, and even soon to be rotting bodies. In other words, they have now polluted the beautiful sea.
    The boats with a rudder and oars were able to steer away from the rocks and survive. Unfortunately, the big beatiful sea is now foul and polluted.
    God is the rudder and Jesus is the oars. And, I don’t want to go sailing in polluted waters.

    Capiche?

    Comment by carsick — June 5, 2007 @ 11:38 am | Reply

  28. Nope, I’m afraid not. Are you saying that by living your own life outside of the teachings of the bible we are making the world a terrible place to live in? One could say the same about following a literal interpretation of the bible. One that advocates infanticide, genocide and slavery.

    Anyway, what two consenting people do to one another in the privacy of their own bedroom (or living room, or kitchen, or any other room in the house) really has no bearing what you or I do anywhere. If my neighbours (two men) spend the night fornicating then it is of no interest to me.

    The fact that a community of like minded people has felt the need to celebrate their sexuality publicly is really a symptom of a society that oppresses them and makes them feel different. If they were treated the same as you or I then they may be more inclined to be more reserved in their proclamations.

    The ocean is a big place after all.

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 5, 2007 @ 12:02 pm | Reply

  29. “The ocean is a big place after all.”

    Yes, we all used to believe that but ocean surveys and dying reefs have shown us the errors of our thinking.
    I know you do not like pandas and even I feel a bit dirty by even just linking to this site but the oceans are not too big to be polluted:
    http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/what_we_do/marine/problems/pollution/index.cfm

    Comment by carsick — June 5, 2007 @ 12:11 pm | Reply

  30. “Vos planto stultus pro vestri.”

    I have no idea what you’re trying to say here, apart from “I don’t know Latin.”

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 12:14 pm | Reply

  31. I’m not an expert on Latin either; I studied quite a bit of French, and a little bit of ancient Greek, but my parents and I only scratched the surface of Latin. I do remember this one:

    Stultus est qui fructus magnarum arborum spectat, sed altitudenem non metitur.

    “Yes, we all used to believe that but ocean surveys and dying reefs have shown us the errors of our thinking.”

    If that reef stood in the way of progress, it deserved to go. I don’t like reef-huggers any more than I like tree-huggers.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 5, 2007 @ 12:20 pm | Reply

  32. Just to make it clear, I stumbled upon the above linked article while researching the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Otherwise, I never would have known about that we’re-not-liberals-but-we-are site because I do not enjoy fiction.

    Comment by carsick — June 5, 2007 @ 12:25 pm | Reply

  33. “Stultus est qui fructus magnarum arborum spectat, sed altitudenem non metitur.”

    That’s an important piece of wisdom, especially for all the treefrogs out there.

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 12:49 pm | Reply

  34. Sisyphus
    I agree, America has dominion to do what is necessary for our productivity and progress. China and heathens do not. I firmly believe any problems we may have with the exaggerated and over-hyped climate change will be caused by the Chinese, the Russians, the Middle East and possibly France. Our cultural changes are obviously caused by the deviants we have coddled here at home for too long.

    DPS
    Though Senator Brownback has a big tent he may not want some of his supporters to draw attention to their academic ivory tower credentials. His campaign is about the living and the living Bible. Not dead languages. (Either that or your knowledge of Latin is intimidating me.)

    Comment by carsick — June 5, 2007 @ 1:09 pm | Reply

  35. “DPS
    Though Senator Brownback has a big tent he may not want some of his supporters to draw attention to their academic ivory tower credentials. His campaign is about the living and the living Bible. Not dead languages. (Either that or your knowledge of Latin is intimidating me.)”

    Not even those who learned their Latin under the merciless, stinging rods of the good sisters of Our Lady of Unremitting Sorrow? But perhaps you’re right. When these liberals coming mincing around in their berets and scarves and patronizing us, I find it very hard to contain myself. Being a heliocentrist and a young earth creationist doesn’t mean I’m ignorant or uneducated, after all.

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 6:34 pm | Reply

  36. DPS @ 35

    “Being a heliocentrist”

    Once again, Satan commandeers my keyboard. I’m a geocentrist through and through, and I don’t care who knows it.

    Comment by DPS — June 5, 2007 @ 6:44 pm | Reply

  37. “Being a heliocentrist and a young earth creationist doesn’t mean I’m ignorant or uneducated, after all.”
    Are you sure about that?

    Comment by littleandy — June 6, 2007 @ 5:22 am | Reply

  38. Satan is responsible for typos now? He sure must be busy.

    Comment by hoverfrog — June 6, 2007 @ 8:24 am | Reply

  39. “He sure must be busy.”

    Indeed he is, hoverfrog. Indeed he is.

    Comment by DPS — June 6, 2007 @ 9:38 am | Reply

  40. “Indeed he is, hoverfrog. Indeed he is.”

    If only you knew…

    Muhahahaha!!!

    Comment by Satan — June 9, 2007 @ 12:10 pm | Reply

  41. This page is the second funniest thing I’ve read all day. I can’t tell who’s joking and who’s serious. And, something about the blog having the name “Blogs 4 Brownback” just confuses things even more.

    And that really small smiley face at the very bottom left-hand of the page is making me nervous. (Scroll all the way down)

    Does anyone have a flashlight I could borrow?

    Comment by christian rock is evil — June 19, 2007 @ 1:18 am | Reply

  42. Then what’s the funniest thing you’ve read?

    Comment by littleandy — June 21, 2007 @ 5:50 am | Reply

  43. Hello. I’m gay. I’m also angry at what you have to say here. You people are hypocrits and have no right to call yourselves Americans. My family has been in America for years, I have served in the army and so have my fathers. What have you done for your country besides spew filth about fictitious characters that you have no realistic reason to believe in. I pity all of you. Please tell me why am a bad individual merely because of my sexual orientation. I’m anxious to hear what possible argument you could have.

    Comment by RagDoll — August 11, 2007 @ 1:08 am | Reply

  44. Ah… not so brave once you meet one face to face (so to speak) are you? Shows how much you’re devoted to your causes.

    Comment by neutronnate — August 14, 2007 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  45. “With that reasoning I’ll assume you also follow the latest fashion trends too so as to not be caught “out of date.”
    So what man-thong and back wax modern document should we be following this year? And, can you guarantee we won’t be regretting the purchase as we stare into our soul closet next Spring?” –Some radical moron

    There is a part of the Bible (I’m can’t quite remember where, but I find theology interesting so I know I’ve read it in there) that says that if a man has sex with a goat, both he and the goat shall be sentenced to death. First of all, I really don’t think that death is a rational punishment for beastiality or any fetish pertaining to beastiality. Second of all, why should the goat be sentenced to death? It’s not like the goat was putting out for him or anything. It’s a goat.
    Now, you might say, “That’s just a minor law. It isn’t one of the Ten Commandments, like ‘Thou shalt not lie with a man the way thou wouldst lie with a woman.'” That isn’t the point, however. The point is that the Bible, like many other religious documents, has laws that are very outdated. Hopefully, other laws like “Thou shalt not kill” won’t ever become outdated (although you people advocate it enough to make it seem like you would love to opose the Bible), so you can’t say something moronic like “I suppose you’ll start advocating killing and stealing next.”

    Well, here’s a little reminder of how perfect you all are:

    “I think we need to start shooting jazz musicians in the head.” –Marcia P.
    “Thou shalt not kill.” –God

    “Mr. Durden you will suffer damnation for your idiotic beliefs.” –Helen Bock
    “God alone, who gave the law, is the Judge. He alone has the power to save or to destroy. So what right do you have to judge your neighbor?” –James 4:12

    “We should move them all into Canada, then drop the bombs. Getting rid of Canada will show the rest of the world we’re serious. The evildoers only understand force, so let’s give it to them.” –Marcia P.
    “Thou shalt not judge others.” –God
    (I’m pretty sure he wouldn’t want you dropping bombs on the people you have just judged, either.)

    “When people start believing that they, not God, can do magic then they stop believing in God.” –BJ (whose name looks suspiciously like ‘blow job’) Taylor
    “Judge not, lest ye be judged yourself.” –The Bible
    ALSO: Isn’t judging people God’s job? Just like doing magic tricks, according to you?

    “…but Jesus sees threw her little plan.” –BJ Taylor
    “Learn how to spell.” –neutronnate
    Just in case you’re good at taking constructive criticism, it’s ‘through.’ I’ve seen you say that on several occasions now.

    Comment by neutronnate — August 16, 2007 @ 11:21 pm | Reply


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