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James L. Riggs @jlriggs57aol-com

@philadelphius

This is all too familiar. It seems that this group, which represents less than 4% of our population seems to have the ability to crowbar their way into every aspect of the 96% that they choose to.

They are not satisfied to start their own traditions, they feel they must destroy everyone elses. A case in point is the Boy Scouts. Instead of just starting a homosexual scouting group, they insisted that an organization that was over a hundred years old change their tradition to suit them.

I guess what bothers me the most is that the 96% let them get away with it. Even if a person did not have any belief in God would that be enough to let such a small group push them around? It’s absolutely incredible. What if those that have sex with animals “came out” would we then be obliged to accept them into our clubs, groups, organizations, and churches?

I have asked this before and I will ask it again. How much are we expected to accept? When is enough, finally going to be enough?

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Peter T. Burke @peter-t-burke

@philadelphius
@jlriggs57aol-com

I am not certain that I see the difficulty here – I see no reason that GLAAD, Code Pink, and all of the rest of the folks complaining should be prevented from marching under their own banner and enjoying a common celebration of their Irish traditional culture.

My family is from Ireland and our genetic roots go back some fairly surprising distances. I have visited Ireland and stayed there while I worked in Europe. I spent my time there in the counties of Connaught which are Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon, and Sligo. I also spent quite a bit of time in Donnegal and the Aran Islands. I don’t recall there being any sort of a welcoming or accepting posture towards the individuals that are viewed as being morally corrupt.

As I recall from my studies the Irish culture included throwing the perverts face down in the bogs and standing on their neck until they were no more.

Why shouldn’t GLAAD and all of their sort share in the privilege of enjoying traditional Irish culture and historical practices if they want to?

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James L. Riggs @jlriggs57aol-com

@peter-t-burke
@philadelphius

Pete, it took me a minute.

I wholeheartedly agree that “GLAAD and all of their sort (should) share in the privilege of enjoying traditional Irish culture and historical practices if they want to.”

Possibly the sharing of some of these old traditions would help to enlighten these folks as to what they are wanting to be a part of and they would not be so anxious to invade everything.

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Jacob McGinnis @mcginnis

Garbage! Who cares about their “Gay” banner? Take it somewhere else and stop ruining everyone’s time.

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