Thursday, April 30, 2015

Homosexuals must not talk to conservatives

Homosexual businessman Ian Reisner met with Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz. The two sat down last week in New York City to talk politics, specifically, their mutual views on the nation of Israel, but the conversation strayed into the issue of same-sex marriage — a topic where the two share opposite beliefs.

In response, homosexual activists announced boycotts on Reisner and his business partner’s establishments that cater to New York’s LGBT community. Reisner quickly issued an apology after the blowback: “I am shaken to my bones by the emails, texts, postings and phone calls of the past few days. I made a terrible mistake.” Reisner continued, “I was ignorant, naïve and much too quick in accepting a request to co-host a dinner with Cruz at my home without taking the time to completely understand all of his positions on gay rights.”

For Cruz — who explained to Reisner that he believes the states should decide the same-sex marriage debate — the meeting was a matter of engaging with people who might disagree with his views.



Anonymous said...

I made the mistake of watching one Adam Sandler movie on TV a while ago. It was awful; I will never watch another of his movies.

Dean said...

Number one rule of solving differences of opinion: never meet with or speak to anyone whose opinion differs from yours. You may gain some knowledge of their viewpoint.

Anonymous said...

I am sure the "descendants of the conquers of the original Americans" who walked of the set will be replaced by less picky members of the same subset or by Italians or Arabs who look the part.

There are no "Native Americans", everyone immigrated here and the belief that they hold some special status because their ancestors were the ones who conquered the previous inhabitants before the European settles came and subdued all the previous inhabitants is farcical.


Bird of Paradise said...

Gays are spoiled little rainbow freakos

Anonymous said...

He had to apologize for not toeing the gay line. how pathetic.

Anonymous said...

I still am stunned that people claiming tolerance for their views are so intolerant for the views of others. If the left was truly as tolerant as it professes to be there would be H in LGBTQIA for heterosexual. That would promote tolerance. Until them it will always be us and them.