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A Very Special Message from Today’s C*nt Pundit

MichelleMalkinPhoto.jpg“I think it’s time for Democrat leaders to counsel the anti-Prop. 8 mob to stop the protests and accept the will of the people of California.

“Tell them to leave the churches alone. Tell them to stop blocking traffic and impeding businesses and harassing elderly couples and targeting donors.

It’s over. You lost. Move on.”

… Michelle Malkin

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I wonder what the world would look like if women had listened to people like her during the suffrage movement in the early 20th century, or if African-Americans had listened to people like her during the Civil Rights movements of the 1960s. Hell, if people like her were the predominant voice from the 1940s until today, Asians may still be locked up in concentration camps.

So, way to go there, Michelle. Another shining example of bigotry we can look back on in a few years and gloat at. You simpering, blathering idiot.

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one time i had a fight with a friend at work, who happens to be an elderly black man. He said "fags should just stay in the closet." I said "then I suppose negroes should have to stay in the back of the bus." after the initial shock wore off he forgave me and understood my point (we're still best of friends to this day). next time this dumb bitch opens her mouth, someone should reply with "ching chong ding dong me so howny" or "go eat a cat" to put her in her place. or bring up "proposition 9" which will require all people of Asian heritage to take driving classes or, for those relying on mass transit, courses on personal space and the importance of general courtesy while commuting. prejudice is prejudice asshole, and all of it is wrong.

I think we have all learned, in the history of our great country, that democracy can really fucking suck sometimes. The majority, as she puts it, "the will of the people," is not always right. So many times the mob majority has stripped away the rights of the minority, whether it be by the ballot, by unjust legislation, or by fear, and for every time that has occurred in the past, we, the Americans of today, are embarrassed and regret those stains on our history.

I remember when I was in elementary, my step-mom was watching an Oprah episode about white students in Little Rock's Central High School who tormented the nine black students who were the first to integrate that school. The bullies had the opportunity to apologize, and boy did they! They were ashamed of their past behavior, basically begging for forgiveness. Is this what we are going to have in 50 years on daytime talk shows? Yes on 8ers, high school bullies who tormented LGBT students, parents who opposed teaching tolerance in the schools, begging for forgiveness for their bigotry, looking back and realizing they were acting of out of ignorance and hate? Why the fuck can't they get on the right page now, and avoid that embarrassing admission in the future, when LGBT rights are foundational to civil rights. Ahhhh these people are annoying.

You know, MLK should have been more considerate with his march on Washington. I'm sure he really inconvenienced the people who lived and worked in that area.

As much as you might hate to admit it, and as much as I might disagree with it....she does have a valid point. The ones who disagree with the results of Prop.8 should be a little more respectful of others viewpoints and beliefs. Don't flame them on the internet. Go out and try to change it on the next election.

And for fuck's sake, don't compare this to the civil rights movement, you're just embarrassing yourself.

The ones who disagree with the results of Prop.8 should be a little more respectful of others viewpoints and beliefs. Don't flame them on the internet.

As opposed to the supporters of Prop 8, who happily slammed the judges that stated the ban was unconstitutional (in other words, doing their jobs). They certainly didn't just accept that ruling, even though that is kinda how the judicial system is supposed to work.

And then there is the debate on whether or not the prop being on the ballot was even legal according to California law.

And for fuck's sake, don't compare this to the civil rights movement, you're just embarrassing yourself.

Uh, how so? Are we still using the old "no hoses or dogs" standard on what a civil rights movement is? I thought the main criteria was that a minority was being denied basic rights, and folks decide to do something about it.

Unless we are going the "the Bible tells me so" route, which means there are a crapload of folks we need to strip rights from right now. And depending on the interpretation, I shouldn't even be here, since there are those who believe my race is a curse from God.

How would they feel if the LGBT crowd turned Westboro, and started protesting christian funerals? Then maybe they'd feel a sliver of the bigotry that the LGBT community has been subject to for far too long.