North Carolina Churches Trashed, Spray-Painted with Pro-Homosexual Vandalism

VandalismGREENSBORO, N.C. — Two North Carolina churches recently suffered thousands of dollars in damage as their buildings and property were trashed and spray-painted with pro-homosexual messages.

Officials at Bales Memorial Wesleyan Church in Jamestown arrived last Saturday to find the church sign broken and pelted with eggs and silly string. Some of the church windows had been smashed, flowers were uprooted and parking signs were ripped out the ground. The hood of the church bus was scratched as if it had been keyed, and a sign was shoved through the front grill.

A number of messages were also spray painted on the building, including “Gay’s ok,” “God loves [expletive]!” and “He hates you!”

On Sunday, officials at Grace Baptist Church in Greensboro also arrived to find similar damages to their building and property. A window had been broken, eggs had been pelted at the building and toilet paper was strewn around the outside of the facility.

Pro-homosexual messages were also sprawled across the brick building, such as “God loves gays,” and “Straights support.” A rainbow, the symbol used by same-sex advocates for sexual diversity, was also spray painted on the building.

Carl Pulliam, pastor of Bales Memorial Wesleyan, told reporters that the church suffered approximately $10,000 in damages. Paul Coward, pastor of Grace Baptist, said that it would cost approximately $300 to repair the broken window; he did not indicate how much it would cost to repair the cosmetic damage from the vandalism.

“Why would someone stoop so low to vandalize a church? In a word: Sin! The prophet Jeremiah says that ‘the heart is deceitful and desperately wicked above all things,'” Coward wrote in a post on Facebook. “Yes, it’s true that Satan opposes God and he is probably laughing about this vandalism. But God’s shows us the destructive sin nature found in all mankind—including each one of us!”

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Pulliam said that he didn’t know why his congregation was targeted as homosexuals are welcome to attend services.

“I can’t tell you a reason that someone would target this church, particularly because this is a loving church,” he told reporters. “This is not a judgmental place or a place where someone would ever feel provoked to these kinds of acts.”

“Someone meant ill will to this house of worship,” he continued. “This was done to stop our message. That part didn’t succeed. It actually perpetuates our message.”

Both Pulliam and Coward state that they do not feel any malice toward those who committed the crimes.

“We’re not angry at them. We forgive them,” Pulliam said.

“[W]e need to listen to the words of Jesus from the sermon on the mount, ‘But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which spitefully use you, and persecute you (Matthew 5:44),'” Coward stated.

However, local police aren’t so lenient. They are asking for anyone with information to contact them with details as they conduct a criminal investigation.


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  • UmustBKiddinMe

    Vandalism is unacceptable. I hope that those who did this are caught and held fully accountable.

  • bowie1

    If they do find out who committed this vandalism, they (the perpetrators) should realize that they could spend some time in jail.

    • Thisoldspouse

      No, they won’t. Homos have a special license to do such things.

      Look what “happened” to Charlie Rogers in Omaha after crafting her own hoax crime and leading both local and federal law enforcement investigators on a wild goose chase for weeks, wasting tens of thousands of the public’s money. Not one day in jail.

      • NATHAN AMAL

        gays would never do this-why should they? we won-screw the religious kooks!!

    • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

      The church did it themselves.

      Prove me wrong. Start a proper investigation.

  • Covered California

    Their behavior is wrong. However, what bugs me is how Christians take this and run with it, with a “see how they all really are??” attitude. That’s like me watching pastor Steven Anderson who wishes people get brain cancer and saying that’s how all Christians are.

    • UmustBKiddinMe

      Generalizations about the many based upon the actions of a few, are typically not helpful in moving forward in discussion – on either side.

      • Thisoldspouse

        How do you “discuss” a vandal’s position?

        • UmustBKiddinMe

          I’d use English.

    • Rebecca Spellmeyer

      Christians are not taking this and running with it to say “see how they really are?” There have been multiple cases that show the hate is coming from their end. Take Memories Pizza. She was asked a questioned and answered it honestly. Despite the fact that catering a pizza for a wedding is rare and no one was actually refused they where still attacked. They had the phone ringing off the hook, reviews tanked by thousands of fake reviews, sexual comments and photos posted on their FB all because they had to “pay for their hate speech”. There are countless videos on YouTube of peaceful protestors being assaulted by pro gay groups.

      • Covered California

        Just like the Christian man in.Michigan right now who said he won’t serve gay customers at his auto shop, but then said he would, but “with all nuts and no bolts.”

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        Amen – that is a really good summary, Rebecca – thank you! I think too of the florist in Washington State who served her gay customer numerous times over the years, even for his birthday party, but drew the line when he asked her to provide the on-site floral arrangements for his gay “wedding.” Now, the state has ordered her business and personal financial ruin, despite the fact that she provided him the names of all of her competitors who could satisfy him AND he received numerous offers of free flowers. It never was about the flowers: it is about forcing, using the power of the state, Christians to affirm and celebrate that which we know to be immoral.

        • Jonathan

          Oh, stop being a dramatic liar. She was fined $1000. That’s all. She should pay it as well or move to a state where she won’t have to serve gay people. She was willing to make any cake for him, but a wedding cake was out of the question? Why? She wasn’t invited to his wedding, asked to personally bless the cake, it’s a CAKE, not a christian blessing, you idiot.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            You are the liar – no surprise for a member of the Gaystapo. Google “Judge authorizes personal ruin” and educate yourself. I am referring to the florist not the baker – see above. Do members of the Gaystapo have trouble distinguishing “florist” from “baker?!?” Is “poor reading comprehension” another consequence of engaging in the gay lifestyle? 🙂

      • UmustBKiddinMe

        “There are countless videos on YouTube of peaceful Christian protestors/reporters being assaulted at gay pride events. ”

        I only found one. Most of the videos that came up were Christians protesting a gay pride events. Would you be able to provide some links to these “countless” videos of Christian protestors/reporters being assaulted at gay pride events?

        I checked the various review sites for Memories Pizza. I was not able to find “thousands of fake reviews”. Do you have some more information on this?

        “By far the intolerance and bigotry is coming not from Christians but from the pro gay themselves.”

        Is it the stance of the gay rights movement that we should have laws which prohibit Christians from entering into civil marriage? How about making Christianity illegal? How about suggesting, as a Baptist preacher did regarding homosexuals, that the government should kill all Christians? How about suggesting, as a different Baptist preacher did regarding homosexuals, that all Christians should be placed by electric fences and left to die? How about making it legal for businesses to turn away a customer based upon their being Christian?

        You might want to rethink your statement.

        • NATHAN AMAL

          no, there’s not. There’s one where some old bag fell because she was espousing hatred-she wasn’t hurt and she was a vile, nasty bigot who is dead now-GOOD!

    • Thisoldspouse

      This attitude and behavior is repeat NUMEROUS times. Look up the many events of vandalism, harassment and assault after Prop 8 passed in California.

      • NATHAN AMAL

        theres only a couple-who cares? they were against vile,. nasty bigots who deserved it

      • Jonathan

        You fail to mention the numerous assaults by CHRISTIANS on people who were against Prop 8. One assault case in San Jose where the guy ran out of his house because someone sneered at his “Yes on 8” sign and brutally beat the hell out of the guy. There were others. I saw a “nice christian man” punch a 16 year old girl in the face – so quit lying and playing a victim.

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        That is another excellent point, well done, and love your name! Just be prepared that when you point out facts to Christ-phobics they are going to go all “hate” on you just to prove the point that they are “tolerant.” 🙂

  • timetorun

    yes forgiveness but we pray that the police catch and force the gays to pay for the restoration and force them to go to the churches for a year and listen to the sermons that can save their souls.

    • UmustBKiddinMe

      “force the gays to pay for the restoration ”

      How do you know they were gay?

      • timetorun

        you may be correct. make the vandals pay whoever they are. better?

        • UmustBKiddinMe

          Much. Thanks.

    • weasel1886

      So the next time we catch someone painting Nazi stuff on Synagogues we make them fo to atheist meeting to rid them of Christian thoughts?

    • Mack Cyrill

      Make a deal with you — you keep your religious beliefs to yourself and I’ll keep mine to myself. I’m sick and tired of radicals who think they are “christians” forcing their warped view of the world onto others.

    • NATHAN AMAL

      it wasn’t gays, dumdum-mind your bigotry

  • MisterPine

    And how many times have I seen “John 3:16” spray painted on buildings, and no one bats an eye…

    • Larry Mccoy

      even spray painting any thing no matter what it says is wrong

    • WorldGoneCrazy

      Please provide evidence of “John 3:16” vandalism. By vandalism, you do understand that this would not include a church putting that message on their sign? 🙂

      • MisterPine

        Yes, I know the difference between vandalism and a church sign.

        This website doesn’t seem to allow linking of image files, but just go to Google image search and type “John 3:16” and graffiti or spray paint and you’ll see examples.

        • WorldGoneCrazy

          The overwhelming majority of my Google search were on privately owned billboards, signs, and the like. There is also a major difference between graffiti and vandalizing private property. Your attempt at moral equivocation seems to be a Hail Mary.

          • MisterPine

            Well, maybe my search was better than yours.

            Anyway, there were several examples, along with what I know I have seen with my own eyes, so my point is made.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Yes, and if you had lived in 1930’s Germany, you would have said that Kristallnacht was an aberration too. 🙂 “Just an isolated incident. They aren’t really fascists or anything.” 🙂

          • MisterPine

            Ah, Godwin’s Law. How refreshing.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Only if there is no fascism in the gay movement. Are you claiming this? Because I like to believe that I provided evidence above to the contrary.

            WorldGoneCrazy’s Law: The first one to invoke Godwin’s Law has lost the intellectual debate. 🙂

            Regardless, it is great to see you again, MisterPine!

          • MisterPine

            I elect not to use the same kind of inflated hyperbole when I speak. There probably ARE very political and angry people in the gay “movement” as you call it – who could blame them for the way they are treated? There are political and angry Christians as well who don’t represent all Christians. There is an opponent I have on this board who’s fond of the phrase “homo-fascists” (and who insists he loves all people – LOL). But I refuse to lower myself to his standard and refer to that brand of angry Christians as “Christo-fascists”.

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            “I like to believe that I provided evidence above to the contrary.”

            “Fascism: : a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government

            What examples do you believe you have provided that the gay movement amounts to fascism?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            “What examples do you believe you have provided that the gay movement amounts to fascism?”

            Nice try, but you neglected to provide the second definition of fascism:

            “the philosophy, principles, or methods of fascism.” Each of the examples I provided fall under this, and here is one more:

            As Ana Marie Cox recently said of Christians on MSNBC, “you’re going to have to force [them] to do things they don’t want to do.”

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            The second definition refers back to fascism. I’ll ask again, based upon the definition of fascism, what examples do you believe you have provided that the gay movement amounts to “a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government”?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            I gave them to you: each time the state’s power is brought down on Christian bakeries, florists, photographers, and pizzarias for their deeply held-religious convictions, that is an excellent example of the philosophy, principle, and method of fascism – where the government controls the lives of people by violating, in this particular case, their 1st Amendment right of freedom of religion, and those who desire to exercise it are not allowed to disagree with the government. Why do you think that fascist, and other totalitarian governments, either do not have such 1st Amendment rights or, if they do, abolish them first.

            The only thing missing is the dictator. And, if you are familiar with Amerika the past 6 years, you should know that we have one through his repeated violations of basic Constitutionality. An excellent read for you might be “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich,” by William L. Shirer. It will give you a feel for the events leading up to the Holocaust and WWII, as well as the well-known history following it. God bless!

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            Holding businesses accountable for violating anti-discrimination laws does not equate to “a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government”

            People are completely free to disagree with the government. They are perfectly free to not open a business. They are perfectly free to not offer products that would entail violating their religious beliefs. Their lives are not “controlled”. There is no 1st amendment right to operate a business in contravention of the law using religious beliefs as the reason.

            Sexual orientation is not a covered category under federal law. State/County/City anti-discrimination laws that include sexual orientation have been put into place by either a vote of the people or their elected representatives. People are free to express their disagreement with those laws and are free to work to have those laws change. Therefore, no fascism.Your claim is nothing more than hyperbole.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            False, and badly so. You cannot hide behind the law in dismissing those examples, because one of the prime characteristics of fascism is that it is 100% legal. You know full well that Barronelle Stutzman, as one of many examples, did not discriminate against the gay man because she had served him repeatedly over the years. Your moral compass is broken, and if you are an a-theist as I suspect, I know why.

            This shows how disingenuous and vacuous your movement is: no examples of homofascism will satisfy you as evidence! Even the Houston mayor case would not be fascism to you! Hitler too thought he was doing wonderful things. The reason that you are surrounded by homofascism yet unable (more likely, unwilling) to recognize it is that you are part of it. 1930’s Germany called and they want you back. Embrace your fascism and come out of the closet. 🙂

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            “False, and badly so.”

            What in my post was false?

            “You cannot hide behind the law in dismissing those examples,”

            I’m not hiding behind the law. Fascism requires a dictator and does not allow for disagreement regarding the government. Neither of those are in place regarding the examples you gave. All of those businesses have expressed their disagreement with anti-discrimination laws, and done so freely. You have made no case regarding your claim that the gay movement amounts to fascism.

            “no examples of homofascism will satisfy you as evidence!”

            Since the examples you provided all involved individuals who were free to, and did, express disagreement with the government, and the laws in question were not put into place by a dictator, but rather by the people, you have provided no examples.

            Is it really so hard for you to admit that you overreached on your characterization?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            1. Fascism 100% legal in fascist societies: not addressed.

            2. Lesbian Houston mayor homofascism: not addressed

            “All of those businesses have expressed their disagreement with anti-discrimination laws, and done so freely.”

            Well, yes, and then the state called down financial ruin upon them! There were courts in Nazi Germany too, and a few people expressed their disagreement there also, with serious consequences. 🙂

            Another characteristics of fascists is that they like to play semantics while the property and lives of their victims are being destroyed. You should read “Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.” You will find many interesting parallels, and you may even pick up a few strategies. 🙂

            “Is it really so hard for you to admit that you overreached on your characterization?”

            Is it really so hard for you to admit that you are a homofascist? (“One who engages in the persecution of people who won’t accept the concept that the LGBTQWXYZ lifestyle is normal.”)

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            1. Agreed. How is that relevant to the US, which is not a fascist society?

            2. The city attorney’s office in Houston requested copies of sermons. People freely expressed their disagreement with that action. The action was stopped. Not fascist.

            “Well, yes,”

            I’m glad we agree. Since fascism does not allow for people to disagree with the government, and these people did freely disagree with the government, then those are not examples of fascism.

            “then the state called down financial ruin upon them!”

            Please cite one business that experienced “financial ruin”?

            “Another characteristics of fascists is that they like to play semantics while the property and lives of their victims are being destroyed.”

            I’ve never read that as being a trait of fascists. Where did you get that from?

            Whose property and lives have been “destroyed”?

            “Is it really so hard for you to admit that you are a homofascist?”

            I’m not. I have no desire for out nation to be run by a dictator, nor do I have any desire for people not to be able to express their disagreement with the government. I fully support people’s right to disagree with the government and to work to change any laws they believe should be changed.

            “”One who engages in the persecution of people who won’t accept the concept that the LGBTQWXYZ lifestyle is normal.””

            That is certainly not a correct definition of “fascist”. Further, I have not engaged in persecution of anyone. In addition, being gay is not normal. Finally, people are free to accept or not accept whatever they care to. People are not “persecuted” because they do not accept homosexuality. People are, however, prosecuted when they break the law. Do you believe that people should NOT be held accountable for breaking the law?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            “The city attorney’s office in Houston requested copies of sermons. People freely expressed their disagreement with that action. The action was stopped. Not fascist.”

            By that “logic,” Hitler was not a fascist because we stopped him too! Really – is this the kind of thinking taught in schools nowadays?!?

            “Please cite one business that experienced “financial ruin”?”

            Baronnelle Stutzman has had the state call down financial ruin upon her business AND personal assets. Whether they succeed or not, the action of the state is fascist, which goes to intent and actions, not just results. Again, by your definition, fascism does not exist unless it is never stopped for all of eternity.

            “Do you believe that people should NOT be held accountable for breaking the law?”

            Good argument for sending slaves back to their “owners.” Depends on if the law is moral or not. Based on this logic and your other comments, it is clear that, were you transported to 1930’s Germany, your reply to the plight of the Jews would be:

            “They had it coming to them – they broke the law.”

            I realize that it is easy for a-theists to give up “freedom of religion,” but it must be admitted that, under a-theism, there are no objective grounds for moral values and duties. Most a-theists admit this:

            “In a universe of blind physical forces and genetic replication, some people are going to get hurt, other people are going to get lucky, and you won’t find any rhyme or reason in it, or any justice. The universe that we observe has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil and no good, nothing but blind, pitiless indifference… DNA neither knows nor cares. DNA just is. And we dance to its music.” (Richard Dawkins, River Out of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life (1995))

            For that reason, I really encourage you to admit and embrace your homofascism. It will “liberate” you.

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            “By that “logic,” Hitler was not a fascist because we stopped him too!”

            There is absolutely no logic that would equate the situation in Houston that was stopped because people complained with a World War that required the loss of countless lives. Really – is this the kind of thinking taught in schools nowadays?!?

            “Baronnelle Stutzman has had the state call down financial ruin upon her business AND personal assets.”

            She was fined $1,000.

            “Again, by your definition, fascism does not exist unless it is never stopped for all of eternity.”

            No, by the definition of fascism it does not exist unless a dictator is in place and puts laws in place and people are not allowed to disagree with the government. Neither of those are the case regarding Ms. Stutzman.

            “Good argument for sending slaves back to their “owners.””

            How would those situations be equivalent?

            “Depends on if the law is moral or not.”

            Who do you suggest would get to make that determination?

            “your reply to the plight of the Jews would be:

            “They had it coming to them – they broke the law.”

            What have I said that would cause you to make that statement?

            “but it must be admitted that, under a-theism, there are no objective grounds for moral values and duties.”

            Then, based upon that logic, there is no atheist who has any moral values, correct?

            “Most a-theists admit this:”

            What is your basis for that statement?

            “For that reason, I really encourage you to admit and embrace your homofascism.”

            Since I neither desire to live under a dictatorship nor to infringe upon the rights of people to disagree with the government, it would inaccurate for me to say that I am a fascist.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            “There is absolutely no logic that would equate the situation in Houston that was stopped because people complained with a World War that required the loss of countless lives.”

            False. No one equated the two, only compared. Don’t engage in hyperbole. Your logic was that it cannot be fascism if it is stopped. Google “Gaystapo Hypocrisy Facebook” if you really are not familiar with the term.

            “She was fined $1,000.”

            False. Google “Judge authorizes personal ruin.” You may be confusing the florist with a baker. Reading comprehension is lowered by engaging in the homosexual lifestyle. 🙂

            “How would those situations be equivalent?”

            You stated: “Do you believe that people should NOT be held accountable for breaking the law?” I replied that, based on that poor logic, you would have sent runaway slaves back to their “owners” because it was the law. You seem to not understand the difference between “legal” and “moral.”

            “Then, based upon that logic, there is no atheist who has any moral values, correct?”

            No, you are actually confusing moral ontology with moral epistemology. A-theists most assuredly CAN behave morally – that is Romans 2:15 – but when they behave morally, they are stealing objective moral values and duties from God. Really, this is well-established – so well-established that I can give you many more quotes from a-theists, in addition to Dawkins, to support it. There is really no way that morals can evolve from molecules through monkeys.

            BTW, a wave of homosexual “love” has broken out on this page toward me and others, that proves my point. Some are calling for violence toward me. Yes, this movement is more KKK than MLK, present company excluded – sincerely. 🙂 I regret calling you a homofascist – as your “betters” are on the attack. 🙂

          • Jonathan

            The REAL story of the sermons being requested – it’s called the “discovery” phase of a lawsuit. The point of requesting the sermons was to prove the animus and bile emanating from their churches. To say nothing of the fact that 3/4 of the signatures were fake.

            Discovery is when people are deposed and a preparation for trial. The christian outrage propaganda machine seized this and stated they were being “persecuted” for their beliefs but it was a lie, as they were fully aware this was discovery and all that it entails.

            More lies that “He’s gone crazy” called homofascism. He’s insane, he belongs in a mental ward.

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            “He’s insane, he belongs in a mental ward.”

            That is unnecessarily harsh.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Well, technically, if the World has Gone Crazy and I am in the World, then… 🙂

            You are being too nice. I take back all of my ad hominems.

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            I do not believe that comments like his are appropriate. They serve no purpose.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            They may not be appropriate, but they ARE ubiquitous. And, they serve one purpose: to prove that this movement is disingenuous. The Memories Pizza case should have been enough to show that. They declined a HYPOTHETICAL and had to go into hiding for it! At least one woman OPENLY made a threat to burn their place down.

            On this thread, one guy offered to make my dentist rich! But, I’m not worried because I heard he punches like a girl. 🙂 God bless you, U!

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Keep going, Jonathan – you are making my case for me! 🙂

          • Jonathan

            In this nutbags empty little head anti-discrimination laws are “fascism” but right-wing christians are “gods brain-damaged little messengers” I hope he’s old and drops dead soon.

          • The Last Trump

            Wow. Just keep talking m0ron.
            Show everybody here what a hateful little bigot you are.

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            Why you would wish death upon someone simply because they have a different viewpoint?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Thanks UmustBKiddinMe! Jonathan is making my point all over this page – and a few others too!

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            What point of yours do you think it is being made by the posts of this one person?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            It’s more than one person. It’s numerous persons on this page and other pages dealing with the same subject. It’s numerous instances of vandalism, death threats, threats of violence, and hate, etc on a movement that is somehow supposed to resemble MLK, not KKK. It’s proof that those in this movement who call others “haters” are the haters.

            You can deny it all you want. But, before you do, I suggest you read the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. You will see this sort of vandalism, threats, laws being changed, followed by complaints and retribution. It’s in the early stages, but your “movement” swore it was all about “live and let live” and that there were no slippery slopes to the gay “marriage” efforts. What liars!

            “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
            Because I was not a Socialist.
            Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
            Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
            Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
            Because I was not a Jew.
            Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.” — Martin Niemoller

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            You: “Jonathan is making my point ”

            Jonathan is one person.

            “It’s more than one person.”

            Ahhh….so Jonathan is not making your point. That was incorrect. Got it.

            “It’s proof that those in this movement who call others “haters” are the haters.”

            Then that would hold true for anyone, on any side, correct?

            “but your “movement” swore it was all about “live and let live””

            My movement never swore that. My movement was all about equal treatment under the law and not being subject to discrimination in housing, public accommodation, and employment, based upon sexuality.

            ” and that there were no slippery slopes to the gay “marriage” efforts.”

            What “slippery slopes” are there regarding allowing two citizens of the same gender to enter into civil marriage?

            “Martin Niemoller”

            Advice you may consider worth taking.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            “Ahhh….so Jonathan is not making your point. That was incorrect. Got it.”

            Are you a nutty a-theist or what?!? Do you mean to say that one homofascist cannot make the point for the whole movement?!? That the fact that one individual behaves in accordance with your movement is proof that he is NOT in accord with your movement?!? I praise God you are not designing planes or bridges! 🙂

            “What “slippery slopes” are there regarding allowing two citizens of the same gender to enter into civil marriage?”

            Throuple-phobe! Bigot! Hater! Beastiophobe! Intolerant discriminator! Yep, no slippery slope. Move along, nothing to see here. 🙂

          • UmustBKiddinMe

            “Do you mean to say that one homofascist cannot make the point for the whole movement?!? ”

            Uh, yes. You even said so yourself. If we utilize your logic, then all Christians want the government to execute homosexuals since one Baptist pastor made that suggestion. Do you believe that is reasonable?

            “Slippery slope” as relates to marriage has nothing to do with the examples you gave. Please look up the definition of “slippery slope” so that you can use it correctly in the future.

            “Move along, nothing to see here. :-)”

            Agreed.

          • NATHAN AMAL

            you need to look up fascisim

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            I did and the online dictionary said “NATHAN AMAL.” Do you know who that might be? 🙂

          • Jonathan

            Are you really as gullible and stupid as you sound? What an empty headed right wingnut troll and jerk. Join a christian suicide cult. Good riddance.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Go Jonathan! Gosh, it almost seems like you wish I was dead. 🙂 Thank you again for making my case. With enemies like you, who needs friends? 🙂 God bless ‘Ya!

  • timetorun

    you may be correct. make the vandals pay. better?

    • NATHAN AMAL

      we just dont want your god in our life-keep it in church

    • Jonathan

      That’s because you set an ignorant aqnd poor example and because of that people laugh at you and call you crazy, which many of you are.

      • timetorun

        I think you will need to take that up with God and his laws since He wrote the guidebook. fear God and turn away from sin.

  • UmustBKiddinMe

    I have my doubts as to whether gay people did this.

    First, look at the penmanship. Atrocious!

    Second, they used black spray paint. Black is SOOOOOO last year. If gay people did it they would have used much more colorful paint.

    Third, break a window? I don’t think so. Put up new drapes, perhaps, but no need to break a perfectly good window.

    While it is possible this was done by gay people, I think there is a greater possibility that it was done by people attempting to make gay people look bad. Regardless, vandalism is wrong and I do hope they are able to find the perpetrators and they are held accountable for their actions.

    • WorldGoneCrazy

      Yes, I agree. There were no Netflix receipts for Sleepless in Seattle left behind at the scene either. This is clearly an insider job.

      • UmustBKiddinMe

        Yet more evidence for my theory. Thanks!

        • WorldGoneCrazy

          Yes, evidence that you stereotyped gays above – thank you! Really: colors and penmanship?!? 🙂

    • Machiavellian

      Stereotype much?

      Not all gay people are flamboyant & overemotional (drag queens). Many are just average guys that are like their heterosexual counterparts. You can’t know if they’re gay unless they tell you.

      I agree with your last sentence.

      • Thisoldspouse

        That’s not a typical homosexual. Most homosexual men are from mildly to very effeminate in mannerisms. Yes, you know who they are. Most lesbians are mildly to extremely butch, even going to the trouble of wearing men’s clothing.

        • NATHAN AMAL

          youre stoopid-gays are in the military, fix cars, watch sports…

          • Thisoldspouse

            And you’re what? Six?

            Go have mommy change your diapy and take a nappie.

  • WorldGoneCrazy

    I cannot believe this happened, because all of the SSM folks that I know are kind and tolerant and would never do such a thing as this or death threats or attempt to force their views on others.

    Two Christian preachers brutally beaten at Seattle Gay Pride Festival
    Gay activist who vandalized Chick-Fil-A restaurant will not be charged
    Man who attempted mass shooting at Family Research Council pleads guilty
    Floyd Lee Corkins II is a left-winger, admired atheist philosopher Nietzche
    Even after Family Research Council shooting, leftists continue “hate” rhetoric
    The mainstream media’s biased coverage of the Family Research Council shooting
    Southern Poverty Law Center called the Family Research Council “hate group”
    Human Rights Campaign calls the Family Research Council “hate group”
    Family Research Council shooting suspect volunteered at gay community center
    White House and left-wing media take hours to comment on FRC shooting
    Shooting at Family Research Council being investigated as domestic terrorism
    Gay activist Dan Savage bullies Christian teens and bashes Christianity
    Hate crime: gay activists vandalize Mark Driscoll’s Mars Hill Church
    Human Rights Campaign leaks list of pro-marriage donors and their addresses
    Gay rights activists vandalize church for posting pro-marriage sign
    Gay manager at Cisco Systems gets Dr. Frank Turek fired
    Brown University students attack pro-marriage sign at demonstration

    • UmustBKiddinMe

      Well it’s good to know that everyone you know that supports SSM is not at all like the small number of people who were involved in those incidents. Even better knowing that you are not the type who would suggest that people judge the many by the actions of the few.

      I’m the same way. All the Christians I know are loving and kind. None of them tell their fellow Christians that all gay people should be killed by the government. None of them support boycotts of businesses. None of them seek the ouster of presidents of companies that support gay marriage. None of them picket funerals with signs that say: God Hates Fags. None of them suggest (like the folks at the FRC) that gay people are all pedophiles and are bent on destroying America. None of them think we should return to laws put into place by Christians in the past in this country that called for imprisonment and the death penalty for gay people. None of them support treating citizens as less equal under the law just because they are gay.

      So, like you, I am fortunate that the people I know aren’t like the small number of other people who engage in unseemly behavior. And, like you, I don’t judge an entire group based upon the actions of a few. How nice that we are on the same page in that regard.

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        “And, like you, I don’t judge an entire group based upon the actions of a few.”

        Except that the “few” in the Gaystapo movement are making all of the headlines. It’s kind of like watching ISIS today and replying “But, 500 years ago, Christians were killing unbelievers too!”

        • UmustBKiddinMe

          “Except that the “few” in the Gaystapo movement are making all of the headlines. ”

          The few always make the headlines – that’s why it’s news.

          “It’s kind of like watching ISIS today and replying “But, 500 years ago, Christians were killing unbelievers too!”

          Given that most of my examples were from present day, no, it is nothing like that.

          In what ways are gays, as a group, acting like the Gestapo?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Just admit it: your movement is more KKK than MLK. You can deny it all you want.

            “In what ways are gays, as a group, acting like the Gestapo?”

            I said that the Gaystapo acts like the Gestapo. This would include those militant gays and a-theists who are using the power of the state, not for flowers, cake, or pizza, that much is clear, but to attempt to force Christians to affirm and celebrate their immoral behavior. And knocking out windows, vandalizing, etc – we saw that in the pizza case too.

            We are seeing a pattern over and over again of this kind of fascism (second definition), and folks like you are saying “but it’s an outlier.” It is very similar to those on the Left seeing nearly daily evidence of Islamofascism and replying “but it’s not REALLY what Islam is about.”

          • NATHAN AMAL

            no, dummy-them’s the rules. If you use out tax money for your business (roads, cops, sidewalks), you will serve the blacks, the jews and the gays-end of story.

          • SecularPatroit

            Dumb fggot

          • Jonathan

            Just face it, you’re INSANE. Maybe you should only leave your house protected by your little tin foil hat. Gay people aren’t the cause of your problems, YOU ARE. You’re a pathetic homophobic douchebag.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            More name-calling, more proof of my point – thank you! 🙂

        • SpeakTruth

          It isn’t like that at all. It is like watching ISIS and then replying that all people of Muslim faith are terrorists.
          The people involved in vandalizing the churches will, hopefully, be caught. It is a crime, and they should have to answer for it. We don’t even know who was involved yet.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Actually, the repeated state-sponsored attacks on Christians and death threats and vandalism in the gay “rights” movement, followed by the obligatory “but, they aren’t really us,” is kind of like watching the daily acts of Islamofascism and having those on the Left shout “But, that’s not Islam.” At some point, the signal drowns out the noise. The gay “rights” movement appears to be more KKK than MLK.

          • SpeakTruth

            “State-sponsored attacks on christians”? What are you talking about?

            While death threats and vandalism are never ok, regardless of the person doing it, I hardly think those people are representative of the millions of people who support gay equality.
            How many death threats were made? How many acts of vandalism against christians or their businesses? Compare that number to the number of gay and leabians in this country plus the number of people that are actively supporting the gay rights movement. I think you will find it is a very, very, small percentage.

            And, of course, all Muslims are not terrorists. That is absurd. There are about 2 million muslims in the U.S. Additionally, quite a few of us on the “Left” do believe that the muslim teachings ARE dangerous. That is not to say that all practicing muslims are dangerous.

            You go on to compare the gay rights movement to that of the KKK. I can only assume you were attempting to be witty or clever with that KKK/MLK bit.

            Every large group of people that claim to believe in or support a common cause has extremists or nutters. Would you want Westboro Baptists, Pat Robertson, Rev. Michael Bray, or Jim Jones to define all christians?

          • Jonathan

            That’s exactly who he sounds like. Another christian zealot that’s listened to too many unhinged preachers and half-wits bleating “Jesus” all the time.

          • SecularPatroit

            A-hole

          • SpeakTruth

            Good one!

          • Jonathan

            Did someone leave the mental institution door open? What a bloviating idiot you are. I only wish being remarkably stupid was painful so we could laugh at your discomfort.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Nice name-calling again. Yes, you even wish pain upon me – I LOVE it. Thank you for proving my point! Just WHO is the violent one again?!? 🙂

            And, it should be no surprise that you Gaystapo are so violent: the homosexual act itself is one of tremendous violence upon the human body – says the CDC. So many homosexuals suffer violence at the hands of their partners that it should be declared a hate zone. Diapers at age 25, AIDS at 30, death at 45: what is the allure of this lifestyle again?!? Rampant alcoholism, drug abuse, and suicide do not appear to be a worthy benefit package.

      • SecularPatroit

        Creepy old auntie

    • MisterPine

      A handful of sensationalist headlines are supposed to mean what, exactly? I know a few of these stories and there’s not nearly the whole story being told in a few short words.

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        Oh please – “a handful?!?” Intolerance is the supreme virtue in the Gaystapo community – you of all people should know that.

        As for “a few short words,” please cut and paste those “few short words” into your Google bar and get the full story.

        • MisterPine

          Oh please – you use phrases like “gaystapo” and have the nerve to say “oh please” to me? Bet you think the “God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve” canard is high comedy too. And just the other day you swore up and down to me that you weren’t a Christian homophobe. So much for that

          Very happy to provide the bigger picture for some of these…we can go one at a time if you like. Maybe it’s not the best idea for you to be getting the “stories” from such biased sources.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            “Bet you think the “God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve” canard is high comedy too.”

            Actually, I do like that one, MisterPine – thanks for reminding me! 🙂

            “And just the other day you swore up and down to me that you weren’t a Christian homophobe.”

            How does the use of the term “Gaystapo” imply that I am afraid of, or don’t like, gays? I think that it is pretty clear that the Gaystapo is made up of the subset of gays (and non-gay a-theists) who are fascist. of course I don’t like fascists. Do you?

          • MisterPine

            Well, why not wear that ever-so-witty slogan on a T-shirt? You can identify yourself to fellow homophobes as a kind, tolerant Christian who’s just doing WJWD.

            Why label people at all? Why group them into subsets and assume they are all the same? They aren’t.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            You write: “Why label people at all?”
            One sentence above, you wrote “You can identify yourself to fellow homophobes…”

            Do you see any conflict here? Any self-refutation? 🙂 You said we shouldn’t label people right after labeling me! This is a nice example you have provided of how those preaching “tolerance” are the most intolerant ones. You are cracking me up today, MisterPine – God bless!

          • MisterPine

            If you find humour in a slogan that denigrates and marginalizes homosexuals, I think “homophobic” isn’t too far off the mark as a good descriptor.

            “You said we shouldn’t label people right after labeling me!”

            And so we shouldn’t – and so let’s learn by example. Who labelled who first? Cause and effect. You didn’t like the effect. So why be the cause?

            Glad you’re getting entertainment out of intolerance, have a great night.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            “If you find humour in a slogan that denigrates and marginalizes homosexuals”

            You have in no way shown that the term “Gaystapo” is even remotely homophobic. That would be like saying that “Gestapo” is “Naziphobic.”

            “Glad you’re getting entertainment out of intolerance, have a great night.”

            I am. I think it’s funny when the people who think of themselves as “tolerant” show by their words and deeds that they are not. It does so crack me up. Great talking with you, MisterPine – God bless you!

          • MisterPine

            “You have in no way shown that the term “Gaystapo” is even remotely homophobic.”

            Clearly you haven’t been paying attention to how that same firebrand is used by others on this forum.

            “I think it’s funny when the people who think of themselves as “tolerant” show by their words and deeds that they are not.”

            You haven’t done any such thing.

          • Jonathan

            Does your time spent as an insane jesus freak making “Gaystapo” comments make you feel more persecuted? Poor you. Doesn’t anyone care about christian simpletons whining anymore? Coming from you, I certainly don’t. You’re dull, dumb and boring.

          • NATHAN AMAL

            it was adam and steve, dumdum! You cant make a female from male DNA! missing the X…

        • NATHAN AMAL

          so blacks should tolerate the KKK? come on, dumdum-we dont need to tolerate that religious shit

        • Dale Snyder

          Gaystapo – that’s a gem.

          You do know the German organization sent gay men to the ovens, don’t you?

          DON’T YOU?

          For just using that term you are one sick individual.

          And tell me, who in the gay community is spewing the most unimaginable LIES to prevent christians from participating in civil marriage.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Yes, indeed, so why are you homofascists adopting Hitler’s methods? Why are you going after florists and bakers and photographers using the power of the state just as Hitler went after Jews the same way? And just look at the outbreak of hate on this page. Yes, indeed, the gay “rights” movement is more KKK than MLK! Thank you for proving my point. 🙂

            Google “Gaystapo Hypocrisy Facebook” – you guys have been outed.

            “For just using that term you are one sick individual.”

            Says a member of the Gaystapo! You, Sir, are an a-theist. You have no grounds for making objective moral claims. Take it up with your “pope” and “cardinals:”

            “In a universe of blind physical forces and genetic replication, some people are going to get hurt, other people are going to get lucky, and you won’t find any rhyme or reason in it, or any justice. The universe that we observe has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil and no good, nothing but blind, pitiless indifference… DNA neither knows nor cares. DNA just is. And we dance to its music.” (Richard Dawkins, River Out of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life (1995))

            “Let me summarize my views on what modern evolutionary biology tells us loud and clear — and these are basically Darwin’s views. There are no gods, no purposes, and no goal-directed forces of any kind. There is no life after death. When I die, I am absolutely certain that I am going to be dead. That’s the end of me. There is no ultimate foundation for ethics, no ultimate meaning in life, and no free will for humans, either.” a-theist William Provine

            “The position of the modern evolutionist is that humans have an awareness of morality because such an awareness of biological worth. Morality is a biological adaptation no less than are hands and feet and teeth. Considered as a rationally justifiable set of claims about an objective something, ethics is illusory. I appreciate when someone says, ‘Love thy neighbor as thyself,’ they think they are referring above and beyond themselves. Nevertheless, such reference is truly without foundation. Morality is just an aid to survival and reproduction, . . . and any deeper meaning is illusory.” (Michael Ruse, “Evolutionary Theory and Christian Ethics,” in The Darwinian Paradigm (London: Routledge, 1989), pp. 262-269).

          • Dale Snyder

            You are a sick fuck!

            LOL!

            Keep living by the Baby Jeebus’s commandment to love thy neighbor!

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Nice name calling – very “tolerant.” 🙂 What rank are you in the Gaystapo?

        • Jonathan

          You’re a nut and go take your evangelical whining and claims of persecution elsewhere.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Nice “intellectual” reply by a homofascist. Thank you for making my point. 🙂

    • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

      Regarding the first one, if you show up at MY party with one of your GOD HATES FAGS signs, you’re gonna get brutally beaten.

      Be warned.

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        Nice strawman, as I do not have such a sign nor do I believe its content. Also, thank you for proving to me that the “tolerant” ones are the most intolerant. Nice hate. Did you call in the death threats to the pizzaria too?

        • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

          No but if I meet you saying the things you write, you’re gonna lose teeth.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            I love it – another threat! Thank you, thank you, thank you! You are a gift from Heaven – making the case for the Gaystapo! Are you wearing a black shirt today or brown. 🙂

    • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

      Five or more of those are the same story: about a lone nutcase with no links to any organisation. If anything, it is an anti-gun story.

      The list of donors was a public information story. Every case involving keeping donors private has failed in court.

      The one involving freedom of speech (bullying and bashing) are Constitutionally protected.

      This is what you’ve got? We’ve got a list of MURDERS a mile long. The Westboro Baptists alone have committed more hate crimes BY CHRISTIANS and YES they ARE CHRISTIANS than all the gays in the last thirty years.

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        Please get some counseling. Your are making a good argument for homosexuality being a mental illness.

        • Jonathan

          You’ve made a better argument that christianity is a mental illness. You’re a loud-mouthed, half-witted dullard and jerk.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Nice name-calling from a member of the Gaystapo. Thank you for proving my point. 🙂

        • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

          Childish. The old ‘you’re crazy, Marge’ defense.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Says the Gaystapo who threatened me – haha! Everyone else around here is going “It’s not really us, we didn’t vandalize, send death threats, etc: we gay “rights” folks are peaceful.” Then, along you come and make my case for me. 🙂 Thank you and God bless you!

    • NATHAN AMAL

      it was straight punks doing ti for a laugh-don’t be fooled

    • Jonathan

      The FRC IS a hate group. Sorry, just because they call themselves christians doesn’t mean they’re any less hateful. They have made a career raising cash from christians. That’s their only purpose and they will miss the money they’ve raised by demonizing gay people. Sorry, hate to burst your “victim” rant but that’s the facts.

      • WorldGoneCrazy

        Oh yes, the FRC really “hated” to have a member of the Gaystapo come in with a gun and a sack of Chik-fil-A’s. 🙂 Embrace your fascism.

        • MisterPine

          It’s not fascism, you really need to stop throwing that word around so wantonly. The Southern Poverty Law Center describes them as a Christian Identity hate group. So is Chick Publications, by the way – I mention this because I suspect you’re a devotee of Chick Comix.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Google “Gaystapo Hypocrisy Facebook” – it is a pretty fair representation of the movement. The SPLC is a Far-Left hate group that itself promoted Floyd Conkins’ terrorism. Taking them seriously is a sign of intellectual fraud on your part. I am actually surprised you are condoning his terrorist attack on a private organization. But, such is the nature of fascism: fascists can justify ANY behavior, because the ends justify the means under such a view.

            Never heard of Chick Comix.

          • MisterPine

            Great, you want me to Google some random person’s Facebook page. and a respected organization for fighting hatred and bigotry from Christian supremacists is a “far left hate group”. Wikipedia says: “The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is an American nonprofit legal advocacy organization specializing in civil rights and public interest litigation. It is noted for its legal victories against white supremacist groups, its legal representation for victims of hate groups, its classification of militias and extremist organizations, and its educational programs that promote tolerance.” Just offhand, I’d say your information was at best biased and at worst pathetic.

            Is it typical of fascists to call those they hate “fascists”?

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            I’m sorry, but when you quote wikipedia, you lose all credibility. What’s next – Star Trek? 🙂 There’s a pro-abort troll around here who appeals to aliens to make his case that abortion should be legal. The last time I heard that one was when Darwinists appealed to panspermia. 🙂

            I really am surprised that you are condoning the attack on FRC – this is a sign of your homofascism. Are you wearing a black shirt today or brown? 🙂

          • MisterPine

            Why would quoting Wikipedia cause me to lose credibility? People of all political stripes use it, and if there are disputes, each page has a “talk” section where you can read what the discrepancies are (and who raised them).

            “Homofascism”, eh? Try these links on for size:

            en dot wikipedia dot org/wiki/Family_Research_Council#Listing_as_a_hate_group_by_SPLC

            www dot hrc dot org/resources/entry/10-facts-about-the-family-research-council

            /www dot rightwingwatch dot org/content/family-research-council

            www dot huffingtonpost dot com/news/family-research-council-hate-group/

  • todd

    This is what can rightly be called INTOLERANT DIVERSITY…if a person or group dares to challenge the politically correct agenda of the Left in the guise of tolerant diversity, what you get is an aggressive, hate-filled, and intolerant resistance. Where are we headed?

    • WorldGoneCrazy

      But, Todd, according to many of the comments on this page, this was an insider’s job. I think that happened in the Indiana pizzaria case too: they phoned in their own death threats, went into hiding, set up a GoFundMe account, and made a million. There really weren’t any gays persecuting them. 🙂

      That’s kind of what happened after Kristallnacht too: the Gestapo went around and said “Nothing to see here. Move along now.”

      • Jonathan

        You can’t even spell Pizzeria” Memories pizza was a fake fraud promoted by “the Blaze” where they went looking for someone to make a stupid comment and then molded the story to fit the narrative that “christians are persecuted” No one is coming to your christian schools and killing 58 people. You’re not in Uganda or Nigeria and complaining about a stupid pizzeria that never even did anything and then got $800k for NOTHING./ You idiots will give money to anyone. Pathetic.

    • NATHAN AMAL

      todd-surely you don’t believe the blacks should be kind and tolerant to the KKK? there ya go…

      • TC

        Huh? Not seeing the relevance at all to your statement. Did the KKK write graffiti on a black church or something, cause what you just stated has absolutely nothing to do with this article or my comment, other than to use both as an opportunity to play the victim.

        • NATHAN AMAL

          Ill explain the obvious. Todd is stating that bigotry against gays, seeking to deny them rights, telling them they’ll burn in hell cause “my god done said so” is not hateful and nasty-its simply a difference of opinion and catering to PC. You see, the KKK used religion to justify their hatred of blacks by stating they have no souls (Curse of Ham) and that mixing races is sin (thirty passages in the bible forbids race mixing). So, my point is that sometimes hatred is NOT just being PC-it is wrong and always wrong even when justified by religious nonsense. Im no victim, idiot. I fight and I mock and I ridicule all nasty religiously brainwashed pieces of shit like yourself because-well, we won the war. The rest is just clean up. MAKE WAY!!

          • todd

            First, Nathan, I’m assuming that you are OK, then, with the vandalism of this property? Second, Nathan, I’m truly sorry that you have such hate and anger inside of you, so much so that you have to use such venomous language toward someone you don’t even know, and someone who has the right to comment on here and anywhere else without receiving what might be considered threatening language from you. So, as much as part of me wants to lower myself to your less-than-human expression of hatred toward Christians and the Christian faith, I will instead ask God to forgive you and to have mercy upon you, and to open your eyes to see the grace He shows all of us through the death of His Son, Jesus Christ, and access to His glorious presence that He grants all of us through the resurrected life of His Son, Jesus Christ…to all those who believe Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah who came to save the world from sin and eternal death, and who now sits at the right hand of God.

  • Mack Cyrill

    Oh my god, they wrote “God (heart) gays” — THE HORROR!

    • olympialogger

      What you meant to say, is:
      “Oh my god, they wrote ‘God (heart) gays’ — THE WHORE!

      (The only thing you got right was using
      a lower-case “g” for your god.)

  • antonio

    all these words , vocabulary chosen , all the compromise ,the poor humanism arseholes oh and then what the world expects from you …… fact is the lesbians and gays are controlled by perverse seducing spirits ( yes dear they are alive and kicking) they are under the command of Baal,Asmode,Orion and Ashtopeth . they saw the feeble weakness in these people and entered them 🙂

    • NATHAN AMAL

      ohmygod youre stupid-no breeding

      • Jonathan

        Stupid is an understatement. He’s gone full on crazed lunatic.

  • Mary Hall-Rayford

    This is what happens when sin reigns–in any form–it leads to more sin.

    • NATHAN AMAL

      why would we listen to a black woman who has no soul? The Curse of Ham…

      • Mary Hall-Rayford

        And you are the perfect example of bigotry–regardless of your skin color. So, why should anyone listen to a hate-monger?

        • Jonathan

          Well, he’s quoting your bible! Haven’t you read it? The same book they used to justify enslaving your ancestors. Sorry, but it’s the truth.

          • Mary Hall-Rayford

            And it is obvious that he does not understand it. But then, a lot of people don’t. They simply run with misinterpretations and think they know something. Having a relationship with God (not fickle man) would reveal some truths about the bible that lead to understanding that “being black” is not a curse, since all originated as people of color. This was simply a racist retort by someone who hates themselves and all they can do is hate others. And since Nathan doesn’t know which translation of the bible I use, he couldn’t be quoting mine. There is no justification for hate–therefore there is excuse for anyone promoting hate in any kind of way. But if you want to talk bible, let me know. I am well-versed in scripture and my reading comprehension skills and knowledge of history are pretty good.

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Good for you, Mary! Well put and God bless you! Just remember that when you stand for traditional marriage, you are going to be called names and worse. These folks are Hell-bent on forcing their wickedness on the rest of us. Be careful about using your real name, because the gay “rights” movement is more KKK than MLK.

            When I was growing up, black was beautiful! And, black is Biblical as well! Keep up the good work!

          • Mary Hall-Rayford

            Thanks! I don’t have time for hatred–for any reason towards anyone, but I will stand on God’s Word and say what He says! I will not respond to stupidity and if people want to hate me, that’s their prerogative, just as it is mine to love–all and pray for them that God will fill them His love and empty them of hate.

  • jjhot254 .

    serious questions, why do gay people think/believe that their behavior is okay? is because the word is involved?

    • SpeakTruth

      “Why do gay people think/believe their behavior is okay?”

      While I have no idea what you mean by “behavior”, I will assume you mean being attracted to someone of the same gender, loving someone of the same gender, being intimate with someone of the same gender, etc. They think it is ok for the same reason straight people think it is ok.

      • olympialogger

        Bull! You’re delusional.

        Eros and Phileo don’t come anywhere
        close to the fullness of what
        decent normal couples have, feel,
        and mean to each other.

        The Truth is, you’re sick.
        Sick in Body, Mind and Soul.

        Forcing the feeble minded around
        you to accept and lend lip-service
        to promoting your perversion,
        does NOT make it, not a perversion.

        You can TRY to lie to me…
        You most likely WILL lie to yourself…
        But you will NOT lie to God.

        –ever–

        • SpeakTruth

          Well, now, while it is fine for you to worry about what a god considers wrong, a sin, or a perversion, others do not have such a worry. Others believe God is fine with it.

          I’m not lying, sir. But, go ahead fret over it if it makes you feel better.

        • NATHAN AMAL

          you know the saying, Phuck your god

        • Jonathan

          God lied to you, toots if he told you you were anything but a simple, stupid and malicious woman.

    • NATHAN AMAL

      because being gay simply is-like being left handed, or black or a woman…better question is, why do you care if youre not gay? HMMMMMM???

      • jjhot254 .

        so you are saying its biological? if so the science community disagrees.
        we have yet to find “gay” gene and/or biological basis. I care because our world is being turned upside down because of homosexuality and I would like to get an impersonal response. I have few friends who are gay, and their responses have been like yours, its just the way I am. This doesn’t cut it.

        • gods need not apply

          Science has yet to find the gene that accounts for liking blue eyes or finding feet attractive. Does this mean by default that those people choose what attracts them? No. When you boil down any sexuality it is just being attracted to a certain body type/part. Some people like chunky girls, some girls like girls. What is wrong with that? Please explain how “our world is being turned upside down because of homosexuality”.

  • olympialogger

    ‘Gay’ is Perversion, Corruption and Filth.

    Gay is also a family name that’s be desecrated by animals.

    I can SELDOM talk about my cousins without
    some maggot making a sordid comment
    about their name.

    You have no possible comprehension or
    grasp of just how torqued off that makes me.

    • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

      I’m sure your cousin Faggot McFruit-Fairy is totally innocent.

      • NATHAN AMAL

        let us guess-either a twelve year old in his mother’s trailer or a fat straight white guy in the south?

    • Jonathan

      You give the perfect example of an unhinged, lunatic babbling about Jesus (who commanded you to love your neighbor) If you can’t follow one simple commandment, then you’re not much of a christian, are you?

      • olympialogger

        The word for “love” is Agape.
        I means ‘to DO God’s commands’.
        To “love” your neighbor means
        to be in the Well Way with him
        and walk in God’s commands
        before him.

        And why even bother to TRY to quote

        a book you obviously don’t know

        and most likely despise.

        You’re twisted and sick beyond words.

        That’s just the Truth.

  • stanleyhead

    If you read the Bible it never mentions gay’s. Of course if you take he time to read Romans chapter one and two it is described and abhorred. In another course the Rapture is never mentioned either. If you read 1Thessalonians chapters four. there is a word picture that is fairly plain. Which side of the fence would you rather fall?

    • Jonathan

      Preferably the side that you’re not on and where the sane people live.

  • Michael Senesac

    The police are investigating. Until there is evidence there is only speculation.

    • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

      Exactly. Let’s wait for the CCTV footage.

  • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

    I bet they egged and vandalized their own churches for publicity. I’ve seen gays caught in these shoddy tricks and I bet you anything that a proper investigation will find exactly the same things here.

    Anti-Christian ‘persecution’ = MONEY and PUBLICITY. The Memories Pizza parlor are MILLIONAIRES now because they said they wouldn’t cater a gay wedding.

    Persecuted all the way to the bank.

    • Jonathan

      The Deiseltec guy is preparing to do the same thing. Ker-ching!! Money is what many of these people really worship.

  • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

    Cui Bono?

    Certainly NOT the gays.

  • Thisoldspouse

    Homo-Nazis being homo-Nazis. What else is new?

    • NATHAN AMAL

      let us guess-fat straight old white woman with cats and no friends?

      • Jonathan

        Grandpa who listens to Rush Limbaugh and Joyce Meyers.

  • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

    Gay people in no way benefit from this kind of thing, whereas recent events have shown that ‘Christians’ can benefit to the tune of millions of dollars from a a high profile synthetic persecution story such as this.

  • http://whoper.com Lil Nephew

    Isn’t it interesting that even when gays are accused of vandalism, they only write positive things ‘Gay is OK’

    Not ‘Christians are scum’ or ‘Die Christians’ or ‘Christians burn in Hell’

    We’re better than you, even when we commit crimes.

    • NATHAN AMAL

      brilliant

  • NATHAN AMAL

    you gotta laugh! straight kids vandalizing a church pretending to be gay!

  • Mary Hall-Rayford

    It’s amazing to me how many people who are full of self-hatred always attempt to target others with their venom when no one has sought them out to say anything to them.
    Jesus, help us today to stop the hate. Empty every hate-filled heart and replace the hate with Your love so we can have peace in the land.

    • UmustBKiddinMe

      I know, right? Some Christians.

  • Michael Falsia

    This is how the wicked act because they hate Christ and his sheep! When something like this happens it becomes an opportunity to demonstrate the command of King Jesus to love our enemies and so on!

  • WarrenHart

    Probably just some teenage delinquents. Whoever did it it has nothing to do with same sex marriage supporters. Anybody could have written that on the walls.

  • roccolore

    Gays = fascists