Talk about strange, um, bedfellows

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It’s not often that you see the ardent conservative groups extending an olive branch to the ardent gay groups, so when it happens, it’s worth noting. Last week, Concerned Women for America issued an alarmist press release that lambasted gay men for the spread of MRSA, a really ugly staph infection that, unfortunately, is spreading […]

  • Charlotte

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  • Asinus Gravis

    Let’s see if I got this straight.

    We don’t want gays to get married; we don’t want gays to enter into legally recognized civil unions; we don’t want gays to engage in casual sexual relations; and we don’t want gays to socialize together in a pool of water. Further, we want them to wait until we decide (if ever we do) that some of these “rights” can be trickled down to them.

    And while they are waiting for equal treatment under our laws to be voluntarily handed over to them, they should remain absolutely celibate, non-sexual, non-priestly beings.

    Why would anyone object to such a magnanimous proposal?