Conservative Blogger: Transgender Kids “Obscene” Tools of Intolerant Gay Lobby


  1. I don't give any credit to anonymous blogs. It's very safe to be mean-spirited and intolerant when you don't sign your name. Take off your mask and join the discussion.

  2. You mean to tell me I could have been making out in the stands at basketball games with willing, cute girls all those years ago and I didn't? Damn it, why am I always the last to learn the rules?

  3. Small town school athletic contests are similar to contests of war between young tribe members - but with the civility of "counting coup" as opposed to actually inflicting physical harm. So, of course, those wrapped up in a local-town tribal mentality will decry anything they perceive as "cheating" that may lead to an "insult" tot their tribal identity via an athletic loss.

  4. Nick - truth-be-told time: I was "adopted" by the cheerleader squad when I was in High School as their favorite fan - given my own megaphone (remember when those were allowed?) and typically surrounded by them in the stands between cheers as well as having my lap used as a "seat cushion" on a sort of rotational basis. Not quite making out, but no admin-type ever -- uh -- admonished that behavior either. Great fun. Sorry you missed out.

  5. I was a skinny, shy, farm kid from a one room country school, the "town kids" pretty much ruled the roost at my high school. If any girl had shown an interest I like to think I would have responded in kind but I didn't have the guts to initiate anything, especially with the cheerleaders.

  6. So why pay attention to him? The dude needs to take a chill pill and learn so biblical baloney from non-christians about loving your neighbors as yourself and ridding his unworthy hide of all the hate. The ones that profess to be righteous and holy and worthy-aren't.

  7. mass hysteria!

    SDHSAA: Everything was fine with our policy until the fear-mongering and hatred spewed by dickless here.
    P&R: They caused an abomination!
    People of South Dakota: Is this true?
    crossgrain: Yes it's true. This man has no dick.

    I'm willfully ignorant of any so-called "gay agenda". If "the gays" have an agenda at all, I suspect it revolves around looking fabulous more than destroying Christianity. If God is truly all-powerful, what does He have to fear from a couple of dudes wearing Roberto Cavalli jackets and skinny jeans?

  8. It is hard to imagine the odd noises continually going off in these poor folks' heads. If they would only come forward and seek help perhaps Dr. Phil could provide them with the necessary resources to calm their constant hysteria so that they could actually enjoy life rather than try to wreck it for children and other folks.

  9. Yeah but,the next Ghostbusters will be all female and then where will the world be,huh?

  10. I stand with Gordon, cowardly anonymous bloggers have no credibility with me, particularly when they wear tinfoil hats.

    The gay agenda that R&R types fear so much is actually quite simple and has nothing to do with their religion, I have always understood that the gay agenda, if there really is one, is to gain the same rights and acceptance as all other Americans.

  11. Roger! You are the first person I've ever known who is acquainted with the Gay Agenda! I've never met an LBTG who knows.

    Well, except the crazies on the right. How is it they are the only ones who know all the secret, sneaky, nefarious stuff?

  12. I too think Roger has nailed it! Equality, who would have thought it was so important?

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