Life on the GLAAD blacklist.


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McCarthyism of the left: Life on the GLAAD blacklist.

And yes, this gay activist group has a blacklist and they use it to squelch and destroy people who disagree with them.

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  • Cotour

    Very intelligent, very organized, very politically savvy, very well connected, very well funded, very plugged in to mass media and very, very liberal.

    Its too bad that a competent Conservative / Republican can not articulate a message of respect related to their individual chosen life styles, even if that Conservative / Republican strongly disagrees with that life style. Respect is the beginning of compromise and votes, and one mans morality may not totally be another mans morality and government can not legislate morality.

    By not being able to accomplish that goal and end run them (no pun intended), if it in deed is a goal, is to allow liberals to loose their gay dogs of political war on the general public and force through political correctness their full liberal agenda. Enough of allowing the liberals to define the subject and whip it out ( pun intended) when ever they want to change the subject at hand.

  • joe

    It is groups like GLAAD and the unions that make up the far left, is it any wonder why the democrat party has left the JFK dems, the author of this article was very good at conveying the hate that GLAAD has for conservative Americans, and about McCarthy, his tactics were brutish, but who was it that turned those tactics around on him, I fear that he was correct in his assertions of communism being rampant in Hollywood.

  • Cotour

    Q: How do you make Conservatism less of an existential threat to these people?

    Everyone at their core is Conservative, liberal thought is intellectualized luxury thought with the effect of appearing compassionate but actually causing dependency.

  • joe

    Cotour, it seems as if the liberal media and liberal education(all facets) are much to blame for the dishonesty in liberal thought, the people who aspire to run a civilization have this thought that if they do it right, that they can enable a cradle to grave lifestyle that keeps their subjects under control and elevates their status as intellectual and to be thought of as DIETY.

  • Cotour

    And when the people begin to understand (as I believe they are beginning to understand) that they are being lied to and being shackled with massive debt as a strategy of control, empty promises and a violated Constitution?

    At that point there must emerge someone who can properly articulate an alternative reality, someone who lies outside of the main stream, go along to get along rubber stamp politicians. This political sickness of dependency is now almost 3 generations deep. There are Gays, Liberals and disillusioned main stream Democrats that understand that their party is broken to the point of farce.

    A Conservative must immerge that can articulate sane and respectful ideas where these people feel included and not vilified. That person to me at this point is Ted Cruz, he’s the only politician who talks both about respect of the individual and the Constitution.

  • Cotour

    want to ad two names to that list: Mike Lee and Scott Walker.

  • Favorite sentence in the article: “A bunch of people on the left . . . called GLAAD out,”)

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