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Santorum loving pastor who says “God hates homosexuality” “God would never take from the rich to give to the poor” “there is no separation from church from state. (sic) I’m a lawyer!” tells Mitt Romney to renounce his “racist religion”

Well, he sounds like an intelligent fella, lol.

Maryland Gay Marriage Faces Black Skepticism - NYTimes.com →

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — As a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in Maryland hurtles toward a vote in the legislature this week, a coalition lobbying for its passage has focused much of its efforts on a group of Democrats who could potentially scuttle its success: African-Americans.

Much of the hesitation, black advocates of the bill say, has its roots in the churches, whose influence is strong among many African-Americans. And while the overwhelming majority of black clergy in the state still strongly oppose same-sex marriage — they held a rally here in the state capital last month to make that point — a few young pastors have come out in support.

Religion divides us and teaches oppressed people hypocrisy.


(via Atlanta woman wrongly imprisoned for 53 days because of name mix-up | The Lookout - Yahoo! News)

"All she has is the same first name. The only descriptions that match are ‘Teresa’ and ‘black female,’" Culpepper’s attorney, Ashleigh Merchant told The Lookout. Culpepper, who is 47, didn’t have the same address, birth date, height, or weight as the Teresa who was supposed to be arrested.

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"I don’t believe racism in this country today holds anybody back in a big way." — Herman Cain

Source : Yahoo!
Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5 percent of blacks have sensible political opinions
RACIST!

RACIST!

That moment when you roast semi-racist old, white guys on Facebook.

ohmeoflittlefaith:

Not to mention,

German: Sept 15th-October 15th, German-American Heritage Day October 6th

Italian: October

Polish: October

Native: November

Eskimo: November

Hawaiian: October

I love when typical racist, right-wing complaints are so easily debunked as being absolute lies.

Source : ohmeoflittlefaith
Socialist Mongol. Mongol. MONGOL?!
Twitter name = @neumanns16

Socialist Mongol. Mongol. MONGOL?!

Twitter name = @neumanns16


Mark Prior posted his ‘No Negros Allowed’ sign after he says he had some problems with black people in the past and needed to make a policy against them

A sign excluding black people from a future business is enraging some people in a small town. Now, the man who put it up is speaking out.

It’s a sign generations of people may have never seen. Yet a Clark County business man says it’s his right to discriminate.

THIS IS THE WORLD YOU MOTHERFUCKING RAND PAUL LIBERTARIAN DOUCHEBAGS WANT TO LIVE IN.

Seriously, with the election of piece-of-shit Rand Paul we allow the culture to shift in favor of libertarianism. People who are liberals, reasonable people, are fucking ashamed to declare themselves ‘liberals,’ but libertarian dickbags are so fucking proud to declare their affiliation. I’m sure if they recognized the true nature of their anti-American, anti-equality fantasy world they’d be ashamed.

Why is it whenever HIV or AIDS is mentioned, either gay men or Africa must follow

feministslut:

eggslookpretty:

Dear Media (and anybody else who’s listening),

NOT ALL GAY MEN HAVE AIDS (or talk like women! or have sex with hundreds of men each day! or enjoy fashion and the color pink!)

NOT EVERYONE IN AFRICA HAS AIDS (or lives in a hut! or looks emaciated!)

Sincerely,

reality.

this needs to be reblogged by everyone (or at least people living in reality).

The gay community is unfairly painted as more likely to contract AIDS, because of old and some not entirely true information about it first becoming prominent in the United States within the gay community. However, it’s worth noting that since it was initially perceived as a ‘gay’ disease, it was difficult to get early 80’s political leaders, like President Ronald Reagan, to discuss the matter. Since Reagan never publicly mentioned the AIDS epidemic once before May 1987 (even though he had been aware of the disease’s development since 1981) it was difficult to get any public funding.

What the gay community has done is actually quite amazing. They shouted so loudly that not only did AIDS research start getting the recognition and funding it deserved, but I think that campaign launched a lot of gay rights activists and raised awareness of homosexuals as people who deserve rights and respect. By putting themselves out there and bringing awareness to a public health concern that the president was ignoring, they also got their faces onto people’s TVs and suddenly, gay people had faces to every American. AIDS isn’t the only issue to bring homosexual issues to the forefront, but it was an early one.

Also, a whopping 88% of people suffering from HIV/AIDS live in Africa. Africa as a continent only holds less than 15% of the world’s population. To put that into perspective, America alone has about 10% of the world’s population. In many lower African nations AIDS rates for adults exceeds 15% of the entire country. Not to mention the percentage of Catholic converts has been steadily rising in Africa and the dope…er…the pope keeps telling them not to use condoms. Endless religious wars in parts of Africa, which for some reason involve ritual rape, certainly contribute to the AIDS rates as well.

I mean, I get the message, one shouldn’t associate homosexuals or Africa with AIDS, but the facts are AIDS awareness for Africa is extremely important, because the job’s not getting done. Sadly, that’s just as much reality.

(via lipsredasroses)

Acid Attack Was A Hoax To Praise Jesus While Blaming An  African-American
She claimed her attacker said “Hey pretty girl, do you want to drink this?” before splashing the acid that burned her face. Storro said she held the news conference then to draw attention to efforts to find the attacker, but also to talk about her faith. “I’m here today because of Jesus Christ,” she said at the time, adding that the strength of her faith would allow her to move forward. (via Acid Attack Was A Hoax To Praise Jesus While Blaming An African-American « Alan Colmes’ Liberaland
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Acid Attack Was A Hoax To Praise Jesus While Blaming An African-American

She claimed her attacker said “Hey pretty girl, do you want to drink this?” before splashing the acid that burned her face. Storro said she held the news conference then to draw attention to efforts to find the attacker, but also to talk about her faith. “I’m here today because of Jesus Christ,” she said at the time, adding that the strength of her faith would allow her to move forward. (via Acid Attack Was A Hoax To Praise Jesus While Blaming An African-American « Alan Colmes’ Liberaland

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Source : alan.com