• Mark

    That little gay beard needs to go

    • https://www.facebook.com/charles.bucket.3 Charlie Bucket

      Come on guy. Don’t use that word disparagingly. There are people that have worked very hard for that word to be a source of pride.

      • NOBSisdaMAN

        Like YOU

      • http://amillennialist.blogspot.com Santiago Matamoros

        While no one should be mistreated — we all sin — that shouldn’t be a source of pride.

        • samollie

          Sorry, but you can’t mask your prejudice with that statement.

          • http://amillennialist.blogspot.com Santiago Matamoros

            “prejudice”? That’s not only absurd, it’s intellectual suicide.

            Every act is subject to moral judgment; in fact, you just made one. Doesn’t that make you “prejudiced”?

            Why is that you can make moral judgments and I can’t? Doesn’t that make you a hypocrite?

            Is there any act or “relationship” at which you would draw the line? If so, then why would you deny anyone their happiness? Doesn’t that make you a bigot?

            What makes your “truth” more valid than mine? If there exists no absolute, objective standard of right and wrong, then you are completely unable to condemn anyone else’s judgment, because what’s true for them is just as “true” as what’s true for you.

            But an absolute, objective morality exists: Christ endorsed one man and one woman for life.

            Neither our weakness nor our sinfulness negates that.

          • samollie

            I never judged you. I stated a fact, not anyone’s version of truth. I respect the fact that you believe nobody believes to be mistreated, yet you are still judging another because of your faith. That is prejudice, automatically handing down judgment no matter what. We’ll leave it at that and agree to disagree.

          • http://amillennialist.blogspot.com Santiago Matamoros

            You did judge me; “prejudice” is a moral evaluation (unless you meant it literally, in which case it would be just illiterate).

            The word means “judgment before knowing,” and since I’m affirming an objective moral truth regarding a behavior, your use of “prejudice” inapt and useful only for demonizing and trying to quash criticism.

    • pennyfan041

      Yeah, listen to Charlie. There’s no call to be using any sexual orientation as an insult.

    • maze949

      You need to go. Ban this idiot.^