Skip to comments.“Gay Pride” Parades Attract Exhibitionists — and Obama’s Attention
Posted on 06/28/2012 6:51:19 AM PDT by Paladins Prayer
Dozens of so-called Gay Pride parades took place in cities such as New York, Chicago, and San Francisco this past weekend, and they bring to mind why pride is one of the Seven Deadly Sins. And the reminder is especially poignant this year, as bare naked politics mixed with the leather-clad revelry.
Many of us have heard the gay pride stories the media are mum about: the naked displays and simulated sex acts that, in any other context, would land you in handcuffs not designed for kink. But this year the nefarious goings-on included an invasion by hordes of Barack Obama campaign staffers, who zealously plied the fertile recruiting grounds that are the parades. In fact, writes the New York Times, The parades could have been confused for Obama campaign rallies. In Chicago on Sunday, 300 of his campaign staff members and volunteers marched down Halsted Street through the heart of the gay district to chants of Four more years! Four more years!"
(Excerpt) Read more at thenewamerican.com ...
“I pledge allegiance, to the fags, of the United States of America...”
Are we sure they were not chanting "lots more queers"?
Our first gay President. sigh
So you can march naked on a public street, just dont do it while downing a Big Gulp, smoking a Marlboro, and sporting a pot belly.
That line said it all foe me. LOL
The homosexual community is like lowfat milk: less than 2%.
Yes, but the Pretender in Chief is pumping it for money and boots. The votes he’s got.
Was Kraft at the parades handing out Oreo cookies?
Pride (prïd) n. [ME.] 1. an overhigh opinion of oneself; exaggerated self-esteem; conceit.
2. the showing of this in behavior; haughtiness; arrogance.
(Webster’s New World Dictionary Copyright © 1951)
I replied, "You mean the sodomite pride celebration."
But, I am from the East side of Washington State and therefore am not one of the rude, enlightened, intelligent citizens from Seattle.
Let me make a further point, in Seattle traffic, when you try to change lanes, they won't graciously let you in. Conversely, in Portland, Oregon, the drivers are more polite. They will slow down to let you in and away everyone goes again.
Then the general community must be lowfag ilk.
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