Reign of Terror Against Mormons in California

by Sal on November 15, 2008

in Culture,Media Bias,Politics,Religion

The Mormons are being unfairly targeted by the hate-filled left for their advocacy of California Proposition-8, which had the effect of reversing a CA activist-court ruling banning gay marriage.  The protesters are targeting Mormons, sending white powder to a Mormon church, protesting Mormon businesses, and focusing on them at their rallies:

Now, even the New York Times is getting involved.  They are claiming that it was the Mormons who tipped the balance to ensure passage of Prop. 8.  In actuality, prop. 8 one much of its support from the African American and Hispainc voters who all showed up en masse to vote for Obama.  Yet these two groups are “protected” classes when it comes to bigotry.  Mormons, on the other hand, are not.  So those upset with the will of the people have decided to take out all of their rage and hatred on the Mormons.

The New York times is being completely irresponsible in its reporting, helping to focus the rage and hatred of the extreme homosexual activists on the Mormons.  Christianity is an acceptable form of discrimination in today’s society, and there is a large difference in voting on a policy measure (gay marriage) and engaging in a wave of terrorism on a group just because they voted their conscience.  You can agree or not with the outcome of Prop. 8, but in this country, we do nor rule by mobs or thuggery, but by rule of law and the Democratic process.

Make no bones about it.  This is a wave of terrorism against Mormons in California.  The homosexual activists who did not get their way in a fair election, along with their accomplices in the Drive-By Media, are now engaging in a reign of terror.

H/T: Gateway Pundit

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Ken November 15, 2008 at 6:59 pm

It is sort of ironic or maybe repetition compulsion really, but sad and disappointing none the less. What I’m referring to is how some homosexuals have been victims of hate crimes, ultimately terrorism, and now some homosexuals are engaging in the same behaviors by which they were a victim. No one should be engaging in acts of terrorism, especially when a fair process (the election) took place. They obviously will not get their way because that would teach every american that if you resort to violence, the state will give you what you want. That’s why we vote, “peaceful decision making”. Maybe next election, the people will have a chance to make their opinions into law, for or against gay marriage again.


Art November 16, 2008 at 3:44 am
Art November 16, 2008 at 3:45 am

Which Prop 8 protester was most tolerant?


Ryan November 16, 2008 at 10:39 am

I agree with Ken — that’s why we have elections: to decide things. We also have this thing called “democracy” in America. In it, the person or issue which receives more votes wins! This was clearly exercised in California on the gay marriage ban.

In America, you don’t have to like the outcomes of elections (God knows we don’t when it comes to Obama), but we respect the process. We will work very hard to prevent Obama from turning us into a national socialist country and will make noise, and support candidates who agree with our point of view. They should try the same approach.

I also agree with Sal. What’s happening in California and around the nation is blatantly disrespecting the democratic process and terroristic. Protest. That’s cool, but cut out the violence (a new “Pink Shirt” brigade to match Obama’s up-and-coming Blue Shirts), and while they’re at it, focus on the demographics who probably made the difference against your point of view. It’s tough though, as Sal points out: protected groups can’t go attacking other protected groups, they have to be a bully and scapegoat on those who are socially acceptable targets of bigotry. Cowards.


rightonoz November 16, 2008 at 8:33 pm

Agree with all of you.

The people ‘spoke’. Personally I think they got it wrong and it was another win for bigotry, however the only way to reverse it is through the democtratic process.

Two wrongs do not make a right.


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