Friday, April 17, 2015

How Christian business owners can enlist the help of anti-Christian bullies

It doesn't look like the government or the homosexualist activists ("gay mafia") are going to back down from bullying Christian business owners who don't want to celebrate their same-sex weddings. So if the law won't protect Christians, maybe some good old fashioned turning of the tables will.

One idea floating around is that the next time a gay mafioso demands a Christian baker, caterer, photographer or florist participate in his same-sex "marriage" ceremony, maybe the Christian should agree to provide services with the stipulation - in writing - that all fees from the gay bully will be donated to traditional marriage/traditional values charities and activist initiatives.

The Christian business owner should then advertise the gay bully's monetary support of these pro-family organizations by posting the transaction on Facebook, on Twitter, on the Christian business owner's own storefront - whatever it takes - including the name of the gay bully in question so there is no mistake in who supplied the money to the pro-traditional values entity.

I have absolutely no problem with someone for being homosexual. None. But I do have a problem when someone tells me I must choose his values system over my own, or when someone tells me that my belief in God and His teachings as I know it is wrong.

The homosexualist bullies want to force themselves on Christians? Ok. Maybe it's time for Christians to use it to the advantage of pro-family initiatives. Maybe, just maybe, the gay bullies will back down because they will now be faced with picking on someone their own size - an idea I'm sure they dislike. It's much easier to pick on the meek Christian taught to turn the other cheek. But there is no law that says Christians must be doormats. Sometimes engaging in the fight is necessary for survival.


  1. Here are some of the people you defend, how they broke the law in the states the CRIMES took place. You dare to call us gay bullies.

    Melissa Klein is the Oregon baker who refused to serve a same-sex couple.

    Kelvin Cochran was the Atlanta fire chief who distributed his self-published book to other employees calling homosexuality a “sexual perversion” that is “vile, vulgar, and inappropriate.”

    Barronelle Stutzman — whose name was misspelled in the resolution — is the Washington florist who refused to serve a same-sex couple.

    Angela McCaskill is the Gallaudet University chief diversity officer who was scrutinized for signing a petition to undo marriage equality in Maryland.

    Brendan Eich was the Mozilla executive who resigned after boycotts because of his donations to the Proposition 8 campaign in California.

    Frank Turek lost work as a corporate consultant after his anti-gay views — including that being gay is “illegitimate,” “changeable behavior,” and a “road to destruction” — were exposed.

    “Scott McAdams” — incorrectly referenced as such by Maggie Gallagher in the National Review — likely refers to John McAdams, a Marquette University professor who faced professional consequences for taking an anti-gay student’s side during a dispute between the student and a teaching assistant

    When Rep. Tom Emmer (R-MN) ran for governor of Minnesota in 2010, his anti-gay views and associations with Bradlee Dean of the anti-gay hate ministry You Can Run But You Cannot Hide were publicly scrutinized, and after a national boycott, Target eventually apologized for giving $150,000 to his campaign.

    Jack Phillips is the Colorado baker who refused to serve a same-sex couple.

    Elaine Huguenin is the New Mexico photographer who refused to serve a same-sex couple.

    Betty and Richard Odgaard are the owners of an Iowa art gallery and wedding venue who refused to serve a same-sex couple.

    Cynthia and Robert Gifford are the owners of a New York farm and wedding venue who refused to serve a same-sex couple.

    By allying with these individuals and resolving that their actions need to be “protected” by “equal treatment by the government,” the RNC has directly endorsed discrimination against the LGBT community.

  2. Just wanted to say Julie, you don't sound much like a Christian, more like a hater or activest. You find the pain and hate in the words of the LGBT but you can't hear them echoing in your own thoughts and writings. Mark