The Ammunition Of The Left

Progressives, in an attempt to destroy Christianity, and promote their version of secular humanism and advancement of perverse lifestyles often resort to name calling.

Words such as Bigot, Homophobe, Hate monger, etc, fly easily from those who are the advance guard of culture destroyers. They consider the traditions that have supported civilization for centuries to be of no use any longer, and resorted  ostracism and labels to ‘shame’ dissenters who refuse their new normalcy.

Their Ammunition of choice?

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20 comments for “The Ammunition Of The Left

  1. Communications Guru
    April 2, 2013 at 11:46 am

    Too funny. No sane person can believe that “Homosexuals account for half the murders in large cities” or “50% of suicides can be attributed to homosexuals.” Isn’t it funny that the vilest anti-gay crusaders turn out to be gay. It’s OK for you to come out of the closet and stop obsessing over young men like Dennis Lennox. You can join people like Ted Haggard, Glenn Murphy Jr., Larry Craig and Ken Mehlman.

    • JGillman
      April 2, 2013 at 12:57 pm

      You present a “closet” thing like I should be ashamed of it. I have no fear of who I am as a normal human with imperfections, but not that one which you suggest, so it bothers me not at all. It is hilarious you guys on the left will use homosexuality to label conservatives as going to a ‘dark side’, and the theme is used to silence opposing views. You have made my point.

      Fail.

      • Communications Guru
        April 8, 2013 at 8:22 am

        This is typical of self-hating right-wingers like yourself. The most rabid anti-gay bigots like you end up being gay themselves when they get caught in a scandal. Your obsession with gay men and young college men certainly fits that pattern. I don’t use “homosexuality to label conservatives as going to a ‘dark side’” because it’s not the dark side, despite your lame attempts to paint it that way with your made up statistics. It’s the hypocrisy of your hate. It’s OK to come out.

  2. April 6, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    It seems if Jason R. Gillman isn’t exactly the right’s perfect defender of marriage: http://online.co.grand-traverse.mi.us/iprodp/cccivild.cgi?casekey=00000002815

    How is someone who got divorced going around defending traditional marriage? It seems Jason is the one on the ‘dark side.’

    • JGillman
      April 7, 2013 at 8:02 pm

      OK Dennis. Nice try.

  3. JGillman
    April 7, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    Yup.. Good thing for her I forgave the $48,000 in child support she owed.

    There is a time to move on, and the kids are alright, and THAT was what mattered. Good well adjusted kids who have a wonderful mother (whom I am still married to after 20 years)

    A complicated affair for you to understand Dennis, but not at all a bad thing in the end. While you may never have heard of divorce, or understand the reasons it happens, you should be aware it is sometimes best for all involved.

    • Communications Guru
      April 8, 2013 at 8:31 am

      That’s interesting but typical. I am also on my second marriage, but I’m not a hypocrite like Gillman. Any divorce is a tragedy, especially for the children, but I will never deny two consenting adults who love each other the right to marry. Exactly what gay marriage was responsible for your divorce? I don’t think there were any gay marriages in 1987. Denmark became the first country in the world to legally recognize same sex marriage, but that was in 1989.

      • April 10, 2013 at 7:27 am

        Sure, Olongapo Crotch Rot, sounds good. As soon as the penile masturbatory canal of a rectum is able to create life, then it should be Natural Law the defines marriage that is up for discussion of change.

        http://youtu.be/7utQCWm7tX4

        Until then, stop trolling blogs on the taxpayers clock, and STFU you Socialist moron.

        • Communications Guru
          April 10, 2013 at 8:51 am

          Ah, the anti-military bigot pipes in. Your boy Gilliam needs help, but you’re not it. Natural law defines marriage? What a crock. So, people past child-bearing age can’t get married? Hey, let me know if you ever come up with some facts to debate with instead of trying to come up with clever insults and attacks no one but you understands.

          I’m not going anywhere you Fascist coward.

          • JGillman
            April 10, 2013 at 10:07 am

            You really don’t know what Fascist means do you?

          • April 10, 2013 at 12:29 pm

            “So, people past child-bearing age can’t get married?”

            No, you illiterate Socialist moron, that is not what was said by Alan Keyes, to your SCofaMF that is now in the White House. Listen to what was said again. I would suggest for you to clean the sh!t out of your ears, but your head would most likely cave in.

            Good luck.

          • Communications Guru
            April 11, 2013 at 8:22 am

            That’s your logic. Procreation has nothing to do with marriage. Who cares what Alan Keyes says? I’m not going to listen to that crap. What person in his right mind would listen to that windbag? There is a good reason he’s knows as a perennial candidate who never has and never will be elected to anything. However, I do appreciate the complements. After all, coming from an anti-military coward whose style of “debate” is name-calling it means a lot.

  4. Communications Guru
    April 10, 2013 at 10:11 am

    Yes, I do. Look in the mirror

    • April 10, 2013 at 12:33 pm

      Where do you find the time to look in your mirror to see the fascist between trolling blogs at taxpayer expense, and performing your “tea-bagging” research under Hopgood’s desk?

      • Communications Guru
        April 11, 2013 at 8:12 am

        I see why you hide behind a fake name. I’m not trolling, and it takes seconds to debunk the nonsense from a misinformed coward like you.

  5. Communications Guru
    April 10, 2013 at 10:15 am

    “Hostile to democracy, liberalism, socialism, and communism, fascist movements share certain common features, including the veneration of the state, a devotion to a strong leader, and an emphasis on ultranationalism, ethnocentrism, and militarism.”

    It fits you well.

    • JGillman
      April 10, 2013 at 11:53 am

      Is that from the “Official Snopes Rejected Definitions Dictionary”?

      Go to the normal ones you might find

      ” a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.

      Or

      A system of government that flourished in Europe from the 1920s to the end of World War II. Germany under Adolf Hitler, Italy under Mussolini, and Spain under Franco were all fascist states. As a rule, fascist governments are dominated by a dictator, who usually possesses a magnetic personality, wears a showy uniform, and rallies his followers by mass parades; appeals to strident nationalism; and promotes suspicion or hatred of both foreigners and “impure” people within his own nation, such as the Jews in Germany. Although both communism and fascism are forms of totalitarianism, fascism does not demand state ownership of the means of production, nor is fascism committed to the achievement of economic equality. In theory, communism opposes the identification of government with a single charismatic leader (the “ cult of personality”), which is the cornerstone of fascism. Whereas communists are considered left-wing, fascists are usually described as right-wing.

      And while we (conservatives) dislike Liberalism for its utter failure by exacerbation of suffering, and dislike communism for its typical culmination in mass murder, and dislike Socialism for its draining the bath tub for all boats to rest equally at the bottom, and for the failure of Democracy as it allows neighbors to vote their sustenance from the pockets of others, we are hardly Fascists. We don’t worship an Obama-Dear leader type like the left does. We don’t forcibly suppress by trying to take guns away from our opponents. Or attempt to control industry like ohh.. lets say HEALTH CARE, through a regimented process like the left does. (a reminder – OBAMACARE was ALL DEMS)

      You guys own all the tenets of all the bad isms around. In fact you probably eat ‘isms’ for breakfast and don’t even realize it. Yup.. that’s the ticket

      • Communications Guru
        April 10, 2013 at 12:22 pm

        Fascist movements emphasized a belligerent, virulent form of nationalism (chauvinism) and a fear of foreign people (xenophobia), which they frequently linked to an exaggerated ethnocentrism. The typical fascist state also embraced militarism, a belief in the rigors and virtues of military life as an individual and national ideal, meaning much of public life was organized along military lines and an emphasis put on uniforms, parades, and monumental architecture.

        Like I said, the description of a Fascist sounds like you. Liberals made this country great, and it allows our seniors to live out their old age decently instead of in poverty. The failure of Democracy? I don’t know what to say to that lie. The U.S. is a democracy. I don’t worship President Obama, and I don’t know anyone of the left who does. No one is trying to take away any guns, and no one is trying to control an industry. I am aware that the Affordable Care Act was passed by Democrats. That’s simply because Republicans, frankly, don’t care about people dying because they have no access to health care. That wasn’t always the case because what you call “Obama Care” was a Republican idea.

        I’m so happy you are just part of a small fringe that is disappearing very quickly.

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