Sep 9, 2005

"Massachusetts GAYstapo"

What started only a few years back as a simple plea for tolerance continues to escalate and evolve into something much more hideous that could have ever been imagined by some.

Two male sexual perverts in Massachusetts, Thomas Lang and Alexander Westerhoff have set up a website that promises to publish the names and addresses of those who sign a petition indicating that they are opposed to changing the definition of marriage to include same sex couples.

And the purpose the website?

"And this Web site will give gay people the tools to know, to defend themselves and their families, to let them go neighbor-to-neighbor and say, 'I don't appreciate your signing this ... I'm going to be aggressive personally," he said. "I want to know that the people I do business with are not against (gay marriage)..."

It's called voter intimidation. Something that you might expect to find in some fascist tinpot dictatorship but never in the United States.

When homosexuals feel the need to resort to threats, vilification, intimidation, and veiled threats to your property or reputation in a futile attempt to further their destructive crusade one might wonder if perhaps they have come to the realization themselves that civilized society no longer lends any credence to their vacuous arguments in support of same sex marriage.

I wonder how Mr. Thomas Lang and Mr. Alexander Westerhoff would feel if someone put up a website giving out the names and addresses of all known homosexuals, and encourage others to seek them out to let them know of their opposition to their disgusting perversion.

Ironically, Massachusetts is one of the few states that has been for the last few years largely opposed at publishing the names of all sex offenders on the internet.

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