Are gays sissies? Or just those gays affiliated with the Arianna Nation? Aly Windsor, blogging for the Arianna Nation (HuffPost) is crying all the way to that liberal media outlet about her “harrowing” experience at a North Carolina voting poll, where she breaks down and whines that she was made and forced to endure a slow and painful walk into the polling center that no one ought to endure. Aly was there to vote early on “Amendment 1”, an amendment to the state’s Constitution that would effectively and decisively ban same-sex marriage and uphold the one man/one woman model. (That amendment has since passed) Aly writes that her “family was harassed” while she made her way into the polling center. But other than a verbal word of discourse here and there, Aly made her way in without ever being touched. She complains her feeling were hurt by what was said verbally to her, and what was written on the signs people held out in front of them. Are we supposed to feel sorry for Aly? Are we supposed to feel her pain? This is the Democratic process, and liberals “harass” conservatives and conservative value every day. To say she was “harassed” is libelous, in the legal sense, silly in the real sense. So there were people out in the streets, their streets too, peacefully protesting against gay marriage. Nobody was throwing rocks at voters, or smashing windows, upturning cars, setting fire to the city. But Aly still feels these people ought not have the right to even stand and protest against a measure she supports. Because, in her liberal mind, that’s not fair, and that’s not nice. In Aly’s childish mind it’s mean people being mean. Hmm. Were any of the “scary” protesters holding clubs in their hands, intimidating voters and being intentionally menacing like they did in front of polling stations during the 2008 Presidential election? Aly Windsor is nothing more than a sham and a canard, and she is using the Arianna Nation as a sympathy platform for her own selfishness and egotism, and she demeans all gays and lesbians with her unbecoming hissy-fit. She would work to have laws passed to make it illegal for this to happen to anyone again. But – if one form of protesting can be made illegal, how soon will it be that all forms of protesting will be made illegal? Or is it only conservatives protesters, and those protesters who are out in their communities supporting measures that Aly doesn’t like she wants to see banned? Because if another measure comes up for a vote that liberals strongly disapprove of, like an anti-abortion amendment, does anyone believe the pro-abortion crowd would not be out in those same streets “harassing” voters (and using more than the “hurtful” and “spiteful” words than were directed at Aly) as they went into the polling stations? Does anyone believe Aly would want their voices silenced? Isn’t protesting a two-way street? Or is it only the one-way thoroughfare Aly wants it to be, where liberal ideas and measures can pass through unhindered but where conservatives ideas and measures would be, in essence, “going the wrong way”?
- Gay Marriage And Why The Majority Rules, Not The Tyranny Of The Minority (neosecularist.com)
- North Carolina approves ban on gay marriage (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- North Carolina bans gay marriage over objections of Obama, civil rights advocates (thegrio.com)
- North Carolina approves constitutional ban on same-sex marriage (bangordailynews.com)
- North Carolina poised to ban gay marriage (theblaze.com)
- Yea for North Carolina! (4simpsons.wordpress.com)
- North Carolina voters overwhelmingly approve ban on gay marriage… (catholicculture.org)