Alex Blaze

It's my personal faith that everyone should do what I say

Filed By Alex Blaze | August 10, 2010 7:30 AM | comments

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Tags: Bill McCollum

"I really do not think that we should have homosexuals guiding our children. I think that it's a lifestyle that I don't agree with. I realize a lot of people do. It's my personal faith, religious faith, that I don't believe that the people who do this should be raising our children. It's not a natural thing. You need a mother and a father. You need a man and a woman. That's what God intended."

--Florida Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Bill McCollum, who defended Florida's gay adoption ban by hiring closet case George Rekers as a witness


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Blatant bigotry on display just change a few words and it sounds like Germany circa 1935:

"I really do not think that we should have Jews guiding our children. I think that it's a lifestyle that I don't agree with. I realize a lot of people do. It's my personal faith, religious faith, that I don't believe that the people who do this should be raising our children. It's not a christian thing. That's what God intended."

My favorite line..."I THINK that it's a lifestyle that I don't agree with." He thinks? Sounds like he's not too sure to me.

Whenever anyone uses the term, or refers to, "the homosexual lifestyle" (instead of homosexual orientation), I know immediately that they don't have the brains God gave a jackass.

If we were to refer to the "heterosexual lifestyle", that would put Bill McCollum and all his other right wing nuts in the same category as that guy on SPRINGER who sleeps with his son's girlfriend. But then, I've always thought that Bill McCollum wasn't wrapped too tight.