The 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution reads as follows:
Section 1.That amendment no longer applies to gays. As noted here, gays are now the property of the left. They own your prissy little asses. So if you don't toe the party line and get too uppity with your massas, they will do all they can to destroy you.
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
So, let's sum things up: the attitude of conservatives towards gays is "do whatever the hell you want, just keep it in private. And no, you aren't getting married, so forget about that." The liberals say "we're all for you, we'll give you whatever you want, just so long as you do exactly as we say. Otherwise, we'll fry your faggot asses -- and not in a way you'll like."
This is a logical expansion of their ownership of blacks -- look how Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice are treated. And the day they find a black lesbian who happens to be a Republican...
[Kevin adds] It should come as no surprise that Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's first interview with an online media outlet was given to the site [The Raw Story] that employs the blogger who put GayPatriot out of business - Mike Rogers [rawstoryq]. If (as the old axiom goes) you are known by the company you keep then Reid has decamped to the headquarters of the politics of personal destruction...
Update: It appears that pet troll "Clive Tolson" has decided to hijack this thread into yet another Schiavo discussion. Tolson, there are plenty of other threads on this page for that topic. This ain't one of them.
In response to his provocation, I've taken the highly extraordinary (at least for me) action of deleting comments. I don't like doing that, Clive, but I believe you left me no choice.
The only thing I like even less than deleting comments, Clive, is banning people. Don't push me. I've said repeatedly that I'm NOT discussing the particulars of the Schiavo case. That extends to comment threads on postings I make. Take your arguments elsewhere -- there are plenty of other fora even on this page for that.