Black pastors want Eric Holder impeached

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  1. datchguy

    datchguy New Member Banned User

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    The irony...oh the irony...

    Black pastors trolling level: hellacious faggots.

    :facepalm:
     
  2. harlock

    harlock ancora imparo Gold

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    of all the reasons to be against that guy, that's what they choose :uhuh:
     
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    Eric Holder is an asshole.
     
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    datchguy New Member Banned User

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    The blacks are angry at a fellow black man for not enforcing laws that violate people's civil rights?

    Where the fuck are we with this country?
     
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    It took a tax beef to bring down Al Capone, they need something to remove that lawless stooge.
     
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    AllAboutHim Ed #mypurpose VIP

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    It should be noted that when blacks are left on their own, homosexuality is grounds for being put to death. (Although many are on the down low)
     
  7. datchguy

    datchguy New Member Banned User

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    And an ass clown.
     
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    Impeached?
     
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    Willowglen Lookin thru the glass ceiling & up Stephs skirt VIP

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    Stuck with a large group of people who think cherrypicking what works for them and ignoring the rest of a big book of Jewish fairy tales is the way the world should work.
     
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    fuzzynuts 99% Relevant

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    They were calling for Obamas impeachment a few months ago.

    That long legged mac daddy.
     
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    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    CNN) -- President Yoweri Museveni, who made anti-homosexuality laws in Uganda much tougher Monday, told CNN in an exclusive interview that sexual behavior is a matter of choice and gay people are "disgusting."
    After signing the bill that made some homosexual acts punishable by life in prison, Museveni told CNN's Zain Verjee that, in his view, being homosexual is "unnatural" and not a human right.
    "They're disgusting. What sort of people are they?" he said. "I never knew what they were doing. I've been told recently that what they do is terrible. Disgusting. But I was ready to ignore that if there was proof that that's how he is born, abnormal. But now the proof is not there."
    Museveni had commissioned a group of Ugandan government scientists to study whether homosexuality is "learned," concluding that it is a matter of choice.
    "I was regarding it as an inborn problem," he said. "Genetic distortion -- that was my argument. But now our scientists have knocked this one out."
    Dean Hamer, scientist emeritus at the National Institutes of Health,wrote an open letter to the Ugandan scientists in the New York Times last week urging them to reconsider and revise their report. Among his responses to their conclusions: "There is no scientific evidence that homosexual orientation is a learned behavior any more than is heterosexual orientation."

    [​IMG]Gay Ugandans committing suicide


    [​IMG]Ugandan pres. rejects Western criticism

    Museveni, whose public position on the measure changed several times, signed the bill into law at a public event Monday. The bill was introduced in 2009 and originally included a death penalty clause for some homosexual acts.
    Ugandan tabloid prints list of 'homosexuals'
    The nation's Parliament passed the bill in December, replacing the death penalty provision with a proposal of life in prison for "aggravated homosexuality." This includes acts in which one person is infected with HIV, "serial offenders" and sex with minors, according to Amnesty International.
    The new law also includes punishment -- up to seven years in prison -- for people and institutions who perform same-sex marriage ceremonies, language that was not in the 2009 version of the bill.
    Lawmakers in the conservative nation said the influence of Western lifestyles risked destroying family units.
    The bill also proposed prison terms for anyone who counsels or reaches out to gays and lesbians, a provision that could ensnare rights groups and others providing services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
    The White House issued a statement Monday: "Instead of standing on the side of freedom, justice, and equal rights for its people, today, regrettably, Ugandan President Museveni took Uganda a step backward by signing into law legislation criminalizing homosexuality."
    The statement continued: "As President Obama has said, this law is more than an affront and a danger to the gay community in Uganda, it reflects poorly on the country's commitment to protecting the human rights of its people and will undermine public health, including efforts to fight HIV/AIDS. We will continue to urge the Ugandan government to repeal this abhorrent law and to advocate for the protection of the universal human rights of LGBT persons in Uganda and around the world."
    United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay also denounced the law, saying it institutionalizes discrimination and could promote harassment and violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
    Photos: Gay in Uganda
    "This law violates a host of fundamental human rights, including the right to freedom from discrimination, to privacy, freedom of association, peaceful assembly, opinion and expression and equality before the law -- all of which are enshrined in Uganda's own constitution and in the international treaties it has ratified," Pillay said in a statement.
    Museveni also told CNN that the West should not force its beliefs onto Ugandans.
    "Respect African societies and their values," he said. "If you don't agree, just keep quiet. Let us manage our society, then we will see. If we are wrong, we shall find out by ourselves, just the way we don't interfere with yours."
    He also said Westerners brought homosexuality to his country, corrupting society by teaching Ugandans about homosexuality. The West has also helped make children at schools homosexual by funding groups that spread homosexuality, he said.
    Attitudes against homosexuality are prevalent in Uganda. A 2013 report from Pew Research found that 96% of Ugandans believe society should not accept homosexuality.
     
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    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    [video=youtube;jjnrLt3VuSM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjnrLt3VuSM[/video]
     
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    technically, the old testement is a folk tale, while the new testement is more of a fairy tale :grad:
     
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    Then Im all for not sending any of our gay-laden money to their country. Fuckers.
     
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    up here in Boston the black pastor contingent make themselves look pretty bad with their rampant corruption and their ridiculous stance on gays
     
  17. datchguy

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    The more anti gay, the more someone is hiding something. :coffee: