March 29, 2005
The Gay-Outing Terrorists of the Left: The 'Gayjahidiin'
The tactics used by John Aravosis (Americablog) and Michael Rogers (BlogActive-Raw Story) have become more and more disgusting with time. Recently, we noted in a series of posts that the two have teamed up to 'out' Republican National Committee Chair, Ken Mehlman.
Now, the pair have sunk to an even lower low--if that is possible to imagine. Gay Patriot likened the two to 'terrorists'. What did it get the anonymous gay-blogger? According to Outlet Radio:
According to GayPatriot, who is also a client of mine, Michael Rogers called GayPatriot's place of employment on Friday immediately following the post above and spoke to GayPatriot's secretary and boss. GayPatriot had no idea Rogers would go to such measures and shared with me that both he and his secretary were very upset by the calls but that his boss was understanding.Rogers excuse for calling Gay Patriot's boss?
Rogers expressed feeling threatened by the post and compared it to posts by anti-abortionists who posted the names of doctors performing them.That is how threatening people behave, not those that feel threatened.
As Rob at Say Anything puts it:
Theyâ€™re telling us, with their actions, that if youâ€™re gay in this country you can not support the Republican party or any aspect of the political right and if you do support that sort of thing you will be persecuted.He also points me to Lime Sherbert who was appparently also a victim of the gayjahidin.
Jay Tea over at Wizbang adds:
So, let's sum things up: the attitude of conservatives towards gays is "do whatever the hell you want, just keep it in private. And no, you aren't getting married, so forget about that." The liberals say "we're all for you, we'll give you whatever you want, just so long as you do exactly as we say. Otherwise, we'll fry your faggot asses -- and not in a way you'll like."The left keeps using that word tolerance. I do not think that word means what they think it means.