Uganda To Set A Death Penalty For Same Sex Relationships Next Month!

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#101 Posted by gamerguru100 (11370 posts) -

What Uganda do about this?

konvikt_17
LOL Anyway, the US isn't gonna change their minds. Not everyone wants to be like the United States, despite the fact that the United States wants everyone to be like them.
#102 Posted by TheWalkingGhost (5503 posts) -
[QUOTE="konvikt_17"]

What Uganda do about this?

gamerguru100
LOL Anyway, the US isn't gonna change their minds. Not everyone wants to be like the United States, despite the fact that the United States wants everyone to be like them.

What country are you in? Because this comment is false.
#103 Posted by Victorious_Fize (6122 posts) -
[QUOTE="Victorious_Fize"][QUOTE="tenaka2"]

The usual, pretend indifference. As you usually do on this kind of topic.

LJS9502_basic
How I wish he stops there...

Who gives a F*ck what you wish. I wish you didn't post in OT. We can't get what we want. Deal.

lol relax
#104 Posted by CleanPlayer (9822 posts) -
Guess Elton John and Clay Aiken won't be singing in Uganda anytime soon. I'll give it 35 years till every country in Africa legalizes gay marriage
#105 Posted by toast_burner (22648 posts) -

[QUOTE="clyde46"][QUOTE="GummiRaccoon"]

May as well set them straight, since they already got ruined. Like africa didn't have enough problems, they need anti-gay evangelicals now. Like a goddamn virus those evangelicals.

flowersjf

Nothing is going to make them change. Why waste time and money that is needed at home to try and solve this?

I'm with you, we have enough problems of our own here. Let Uganda do what they want, it's their country and their own business.

If that was true why does the rest of the world give them so much money?

#106 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="flowersjf"][QUOTE="clyde46"] Nothing is going to make them change. Why waste time and money that is needed at home to try and solve this?toast_burner

I'm with you, we have enough problems of our own here. Let Uganda do what they want, it's their country and their own business.

If that was true why does the rest of the world give them so much money?

Well it would be ok to say that except for the fact that americans are responsible.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/03/15/10695690-lawsuit-us-evangelist-inspired-deadly-hate-against-uganda-gays?lite

Lawsuit: US evangelist inspired deadly hate against Uganda gays

BOSTON -- An East African gay advocacy group filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against Massachusetts evangelist Scott Lively, alleging he has waged a decade-long campaign to persecute gays in Uganda and likened them to Nazis.

Thesuit was filed in federal court in Springfieldagainst the minister under a statute that Sexual Ministries Uganda says allows non-citizens to file U.S. court actions for violations of international law.


#107 Posted by Celldrax (14809 posts) -

*obligatory facepalm*

Well.....this should escalate quickly...

#108 Posted by Crunchy_Nuts (2749 posts) -
If the gays in Uganda don't fight for their freedom then they are part of their own problem.
#109 Posted by Pffrbt (6596 posts) -

If the gays in Uganda don't fight for their freedom then they are part of their own problem.Crunchy_Nuts

But they have been fighting.

#110 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -
[QUOTE="Victorious_Fize"][QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="Victorious_Fize"] How I wish he stops there...

Who gives a F*ck what you wish. I wish you didn't post in OT. We can't get what we want. Deal.

lol relax

Don't tell me what to do. Now go pout somewhere.
#111 Posted by ThisIsTwoFace (1132 posts) -

[QUOTE="ThisIsTwoFace"]

[QUOTE="Jebus213"]Who cares... It's just a **** piss poor African country.Jebus213

Typical American comment.

Im quite sure that the gays in Uganda care, so therefore your comment is an auto-FAIL.

Who's gonna give a damn? That part of the world has been a lost cause and will continue to be a lost cause for decades.

And its become a "lost cause" because of countries like the US.

#112 Posted by Crunchy_Nuts (2749 posts) -

[QUOTE="Crunchy_Nuts"]If the gays in Uganda don't fight for their freedom then they are part of their own problem.Pffrbt

But they have been fighting.

Not hard enough, apparently.
#113 Posted by sonicare (53630 posts) -
Out of curiosity...what qualifies as "aggravated homosexuality"? Is there a chart that I can consult that shows me the various levels of gayness?nocoolnamejim
It is the tier just below premeditated homosexuality.
#114 Posted by sonicare (53630 posts) -

[QUOTE="Jebus213"][QUOTE="ThisIsTwoFace"]

Typical American comment.

Im quite sure that the gays in Uganda care, so therefore your comment is an auto-FAIL.

ThisIsTwoFace

Who's gonna give a damn? That part of the world has been a lost cause and will continue to be a lost cause for decades.

And its become a "lost cause" because of countries like the US.

I dont think the US or Europe has that much effect on the Ugandan policy towards gays. They can criticize it, but I dont think sanctions or military force would be a smart move.
#115 Posted by Victorious_Fize (6122 posts) -
[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="Victorious_Fize"][QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] Who gives a F*ck what you wish. I wish you didn't post in OT. We can't get what we want. Deal.

lol relax

Don't tell me what to do. Now go pout somewhere.

ok xD i still love you bud =P
#116 Posted by Ncsoftlover (2112 posts) -

[QUOTE="Pffrbt"]

[QUOTE="Crunchy_Nuts"]If the gays in Uganda don't fight for their freedom then they are part of their own problem.Crunchy_Nuts

But they have been fighting.

Not hard enough, apparently.

A small minority is still a small minority, if the society at large is not going to change its mind, how hard the minority fights is irrelevant.

#117 Posted by sune_Gem (12463 posts) -

[QUOTE="Crunchy_Nuts"]If the gays in Uganda don't fight for their freedom then they are part of their own problem.Pffrbt

But they have been fighting.

I imagine most of them are scared to fight for it, as they'd essentially be coming out in the open with their sexual orientation and get in trouble...

#118 Posted by coolbeans90 (21305 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="nocoolnamejim"]

Things like sanctions, official condemnation, etc. I wouldn't advocate anything beyond that, but public opinion on the world stage can be a powerful motivator to change domestic law.MannyDelgado


Don't sanctions hurt the poor? Doesn't seem like it's a good route to take.

>Uganda plans to execute people for being gay
'Okay.'
>Someone floats the idea of sanctions
'OH NO THAT MIGHT HURT SOMEONE'

There has to be a way to resolve the issue w/o harming and possibily killing via starvation (sanctions have a tendency to do that) even more people that mightn't be responsible for this.

#119 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="MannyDelgado"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]
Don't sanctions hurt the poor? Doesn't seem like it's a good route to take.coolbeans90

>Uganda plans to execute people for being gay
'Okay.'
>Someone floats the idea of sanctions
'OH NO THAT MIGHT HURT SOMEONE'

There has to be a way to resolve the issue w/o harming and possibily killing via starvation (sanctions have a tendency to do that) even more people that mightn't be responsible for this.

Well as the problem is caused by american evangelists preaching hate in uganda then the answer would appear to be obvious.

#120 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="coolbeans90"]

[QUOTE="MannyDelgado"]

>Uganda plans to execute people for being gay
'Okay.'
>Someone floats the idea of sanctions
'OH NO THAT MIGHT HURT SOMEONE'

tenaka2

There has to be a way to resolve the issue w/o harming and possibily killing via starvation (sanctions have a tendency to do that) even more people that mightn't be responsible for this.

Well as the problem is caused by american evangelists preaching hate in uganda then the answer would appear to be obvious.

It does not. In the US we don't have death penalties for orientation.....
#121 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="coolbeans90"]

There has to be a way to resolve the issue w/o harming and possibily killing via starvation (sanctions have a tendency to do that) even more people that mightn't be responsible for this.

LJS9502_basic

Well as the problem is caused by american evangelists preaching hate in uganda then the answer would appear to be obvious.

It does not. In the US we don't have death penalties for orientation.....

What does not? I really wish you wouldn't support things like this LJ

Lawsuit against US evangelist for Uganda 'kill the gays' bill role

http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/lawsuit-against-us-evangelist-uganda-kill-gays-bill-role140312

The suit claims Christian evangelist Lively has played a key role in the persecution of Uganda's LGBT community and provides evidence of his role in laying the groundwork forthe Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which last month returned to parliament and includes the death penalty and harsh prison terms for gay and lesbian sex.

Frank Mugisha, SMUG executive director, said: 'US evangelical leaders like Scott Lively have actively and intensively worked to eradicate any trace of LGBT advocacy and identity.

'Particularly damaging has been his claim that children are at risk because of our existence.

'His influence has been incredibly harmful and destructive for LGBT Ugandans fighting for their rights. We have to stop people like Scott Lively from helping to codify and give legal cover to hatred.'

#122 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="tenaka2"]

Well as the problem is caused by american evangelists preaching hate in uganda then the answer would appear to be obvious.

tenaka2

It does not. In the US we don't have death penalties for orientation.....

What does not? I really wish you wouldn't support things like this LJ

Lawsuit against US evangelist for Uganda 'kill the gays' bill role

The suit claims Christian evangelist Lively has played a key role in the persecution of Uganda's LGBT community and provides evidence of his role in laying the groundwork forthe Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which last month returned to parliament and includes the death penalty and harsh prison terms for gay and lesbian sex.

Frank Mugisha, SMUG executive director, said: 'US evangelical leaders like Scott Lively have actively and intensively worked to eradicate any trace of LGBT advocacy and identity.

'Particularly damaging has been his claim that children are at risk because of our existence.

'His influence has been incredibly harmful and destructive for LGBT Ugandans fighting for their rights. We have to stop people like Scott Lively from helping to codify and give legal cover to hatred.'

Are you that simple? Show me where the US is prosectuing homosexuals and giving them the death penalty.

#123 Posted by Zaibach (13463 posts) -

I only came here for the Uganda jokes, was not dissapointed

#124 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] It does not. In the US we don't have death penalties for orientation.....LJS9502_basic

What does not? I really wish you wouldn't support things like this LJ

Lawsuit against US evangelist for Uganda 'kill the gays' bill role

The suit claims Christian evangelist Lively has played a key role in the persecution of Uganda's LGBT community and provides evidence of his role in laying the groundwork forthe Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which last month returned to parliament and includes the death penalty and harsh prison terms for gay and lesbian sex.

Frank Mugisha, SMUG executive director, said: 'US evangelical leaders like Scott Lively have actively and intensively worked to eradicate any trace of LGBT advocacy and identity.

'Particularly damaging has been his claim that children are at risk because of our existence.

'His influence has been incredibly harmful and destructive for LGBT Ugandans fighting for their rights. We have to stop people like Scott Lively from helping to codify and give legal cover to hatred.'

Are you that simple? Show me where the US is prosectuing homosexuals and giving them the death penalty.

Enough withthe insults, the question raised raised as to how to get the people in uganda to stop this.

Obviously the answer is to stop U.S. Evangelist religious nutjobs preaching hate in uganda and putting forward bills to support killing a minority.

http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/lawsuit-against-us-evangelist-uganda-kill-gays-bill-role140312

#125 Posted by hiphops_savior (8065 posts) -
Homosexuality may be a sin, but not one worthy of death. If it is, then so should liars, fornicators, slanderers and adulterers. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone".
#126 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

What does not? I really wish you wouldn't support things like this LJ

Lawsuit against US evangelist for Uganda 'kill the gays' bill role

The suit claims Christian evangelist Lively has played a key role in the persecution of Uganda's LGBT community and provides evidence of his role in laying the groundwork forthe Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which last month returned to parliament and includes the death penalty and harsh prison terms for gay and lesbian sex.

Frank Mugisha, SMUG executive director, said: 'US evangelical leaders like Scott Lively have actively and intensively worked to eradicate any trace of LGBT advocacy and identity.

'Particularly damaging has been his claim that children are at risk because of our existence.

'His influence has been incredibly harmful and destructive for LGBT Ugandans fighting for their rights. We have to stop people like Scott Lively from helping to codify and give legal cover to hatred.'

tenaka2

Are you that simple? Show me where the US is prosectuing homosexuals and giving them the death penalty.

Enough withthe insults, the question raised raised as to how to get the people in uganda to stop this.

Obviously the answer is to stop U.S. Evangelist religious nutjobs preaching hate in uganda and putting forward bills to support killing a minority.

In other words you can back up what you said.

#127 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]Are you that simple? Show me where the US is prosectuing homosexuals and giving them the death penalty.

LJS9502_basic

Enough withthe insults, the question raised raised as to how to get the people in uganda to stop this.

Obviously the answer is to stop U.S. Evangelist religious nutjobs preaching hate in uganda and putting forward bills to support killing a minority.

In other words you can back up what you said.

I can and did.

You have this false method of putting forward and then attacking an argument that was never made. I was talking about Uganda yet you claimed I was talking about the U.S. its a dishonest tatic you often use.

#128 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

Enough withthe insults, the question raised raised as to how to get the people in uganda to stop this.

Obviously the answer is to stop U.S. Evangelist religious nutjobs preaching hate in uganda and putting forward bills to support killing a minority.

tenaka2

In other words you can back up what you said.

I can and did.

You have this false method of putting forward and then attacking an argument that was never made. I was talking about Uganda yet you claimed I was talking about the U.S. its a dishonest tatic you often use.

No you haven't. The US does not prosecute orientation nor sentence said individuals with death. As of this time....you have NOT provided any evidence to back up your stance that the US is the culprit. When has the country of the US ever encouraged said activities in Uganda. I'm STILL waiting for some proof from you.
#129 Posted by The_High_Rule (20 posts) -
Another perfect example of a nation exploiting a faulty law system governed by a certain justice but instead used as a shield to cover fears they have about subjects they know nothing about.
#130 Posted by Dogswithguns (10941 posts) -
Not a good news for gay people who lived there.. they are what they are, I don't really see anything wrong with that.
#131 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]In other words you can back up what you said.

LJS9502_basic

I can and did.

You have this false method of putting forward and then attacking an argument that was never made. I was talking about Uganda yet you claimed I was talking about the U.S. its a dishonest tatic you often use.

No you haven't. The US does not prosecute orientation nor sentence said individuals with death. As of this time....you have NOT provided any evidence to back up your stance that the US is the culprit. When has the country of the US ever encouraged said activities in Uganda. I'm STILL waiting for some proof from you.

You are doing again, I never claimed the US is the culprit, yet you are saying I did. Please stop lying. I also never claimed the US prosecutes gay people. Again another lie. Please stop using this tactic.

I did claim and backed up the fact that U.S. Evangelists promote and preach the hate of gay people in Uganda. More specifically Scott Lively who proposed the 'Kill the gays bill'.

So just to recap, stop with the lies.

#132 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="tenaka2"]

I can and did.

You have this false method of putting forward and then attacking an argument that was never made. I was talking about Uganda yet you claimed I was talking about the U.S. its a dishonest tatic you often use.

tenaka2

No you haven't. The US does not prosecute orientation nor sentence said individuals with death. As of this time....you have NOT provided any evidence to back up your stance that the US is the culprit. When has the country of the US ever encouraged said activities in Uganda. I'm STILL waiting for some proof from you.

You are doing again, I never claimed the US is the culprit, yet you are saying I did. Please stop lying. I also never claimed the US prosecutes gay people. Again another lie. Please stop using this tactic.

I did claim and backed up the fact that U.S. Evangelists promote and preach the hate of gay people in Uganda. More specifically Scott Lively who proposed the 'Kill the gays bill'.

So just to recap, stop with the lies.

Then why did you feel the need to include the US in the first place? Right....don't play innocent with me. We know your agenda. Hyperbole much?
#133 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]No you haven't. The US does not prosecute orientation nor sentence said individuals with death. As of this time....you have NOT provided any evidence to back up your stance that the US is the culprit. When has the country of the US ever encouraged said activities in Uganda. I'm STILL waiting for some proof from you.LJS9502_basic

You are doing again, I never claimed the US is the culprit, yet you are saying I did. Please stop lying. I also never claimed the US prosecutes gay people. Again another lie. Please stop using this tactic.

I did claim and backed up the fact that U.S. Evangelists promote and preach the hate of gay people in Uganda. More specifically Scott Lively who proposed the 'Kill the gays bill'.

So just to recap, stop with the lies.

Then why did you feel the need to include the US in the first place? Right....don't play innocent with me. We know your agenda. Hyperbole much?

Because the U.S. evanglist Scott Lively is getting sued for creating the bill that will have people killed. Plus the issue with Evangelists preaching hate in developing countries is worth a mention.

I realise that you would prefer it not be brought up but tough it is a factor in this case as the guy who wants the gays killed is a U.S. evanglists. Just deal with it.

And again please stop making up arguments that people never made, its very dishonest of you LJ.

lol my agenda? This from the guy that supports the bill.

#134 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="tenaka2"]

You are doing again, I never claimed the US is the culprit, yet you are saying I did. Please stop lying. I also never claimed the US prosecutes gay people. Again another lie. Please stop using this tactic.

I did claim and backed up the fact that U.S. Evangelists promote and preach the hate of gay people in Uganda. More specifically Scott Lively who proposed the 'Kill the gays bill'.

So just to recap, stop with the lies.

tenaka2

Then why did you feel the need to include the US in the first place? Right....don't play innocent with me. We know your agenda. Hyperbole much?

Because the U.S. evanglist Scott Lively is getting sued for creating the bill that will have people killed. Plus the issue with Evangelists preaching hate in developing countries is worth a mention.

I realise that you would prefer it not be brought up but tough it is a factor in this case as the guy who wants the gays killed is a U.S. evanglists. Just deal with it.

And again please stop making up arguments that people never made, its very dishonest of you LJ.

lol my agenda? This from the guy that supports the bill.

So now you've taken to lying? Which bill do I support? I'd be willing to support one that removes idiots from the internet.

By putting a country name in your post you are misleading. That man does not speak for the country. His motives are not those of the country.

#135 Posted by Philosopho (86 posts) -
Ok, let them do it. Then we can just cut off all foreign aid and hit them with stiff sanctions. They'll come around. Money trumps religious fervor.
#136 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -
Ok, let them do it. Then we can just cut off all foreign aid and hit them with stiff sanctions. They'll come around. Money trumps religious fervor.Philosopho
Sanctions hurt the poor that didn't make the law.....
#137 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]In other words you can back up what you said.

LJS9502_basic

I can and did.

You have this false method of putting forward and then attacking an argument that was never made. I was talking about Uganda yet you claimed I was talking about the U.S. its a dishonest tatic you often use.

No you haven't. The US does not prosecute orientation nor sentence said individuals with death. As of this time....you have NOT provided any evidence to back up your stance that the US is the culprit. When has the country of the US ever encouraged said activities in Uganda. I'm STILL waiting for some proof from you.

LJ please, proof? You want me to provide proof for something I never said? That is an odd request.

I posted a link and the headline used... are you suggesting that OT should censor headlines and links to avoid hurting your sensibilities?

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/03/15/10695690-lawsuit-us-evangelist-inspired-deadly-hate-against-uganda-gays?lite

and the headline....

Lawsuit: US evangelist inspired deadly hate against Uganda gays

#138 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -
tenaka2
Why are you repeating yourself? Now that I've caught you lying....I doubt I'll ever believe anything you say.
#139 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] Then why did you feel the need to include the US in the first place? Right....don't play innocent with me. We know your agenda. Hyperbole much?LJS9502_basic

Because the U.S. evanglist Scott Lively is getting sued for creating the bill that will have people killed. Plus the issue with Evangelists preaching hate in developing countries is worth a mention.

I realise that you would prefer it not be brought up but tough it is a factor in this case as the guy who wants the gays killed is a U.S. evanglists. Just deal with it.

And again please stop making up arguments that people never made, its very dishonest of you LJ.

lol my agenda? This from the guy that supports the bill.

So now you've taken to lying? Which bill do I support? I'd be willing to support one that removes idiots from the internet.

By putting a country name in your post you are misleading. That man does not speak for the country. His motives are not those of the country.

I never suggested he spoke for the country. I refuse to censor news headlines and links to avoid upsetting you.

#140 Posted by MannyDelgado (1187 posts) -
lol LJS vs Tenaka it's like a toddler slapfight
#141 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

Because the U.S. evanglist Scott Lively is getting sued for creating the bill that will have people killed. Plus the issue with Evangelists preaching hate in developing countries is worth a mention.

I realise that you would prefer it not be brought up but tough it is a factor in this case as the guy who wants the gays killed is a U.S. evanglists. Just deal with it.

And again please stop making up arguments that people never made, its very dishonest of you LJ.

lol my agenda? This from the guy that supports the bill.

tenaka2

So now you've taken to lying? Which bill do I support? I'd be willing to support one that removes idiots from the internet.

By putting a country name in your post you are misleading. That man does not speak for the country. His motives are not those of the country.

I never suggested he spoke for the country. I refuse to censor news headlines and links to avoid upsetting you.

Whatever dude. Stop with the lies though.
#142 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]LJS9502_basic
Why are you repeating yourself? Now that I've caught you lying....I doubt I'll ever believe anything you say.

lol caught me lying? In what instance?

Are you upset that someone would suggest you said something you didn't?

Like you have been doing for several posts? annoying isn't it, so if you desist so shall I.

#143 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -
[QUOTE="MannyDelgado"]lol LJS vs Tenaka it's like a toddler slapfight

Too advanced for you huh. Sorry about that funky.....
#144 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="tenaka2"]tenaka2

Why are you repeating yourself? Now that I've caught you lying....I doubt I'll ever believe anything you say.

lol caught me lying? In what instance?

Are you upset that someone would suggest you said something you didn't?

Like you have been doing for several posts? annoying isn't it, so if you desist so shall I.

You didn't throw the US in your post? Now you're being disingenuous.
#145 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

lol LJS vs Tenaka it's like a toddler slapfightMannyDelgado

He stole my toys!

#146 Posted by Philosopho (86 posts) -
[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="MannyDelgado"]lol LJS vs Tenaka it's like a toddler slapfight

Too advanced for you huh. Sorry about that funky.....

No, Manny is right. This is a internet slap fight of get the last word in, it isn't about who's right, it's about whose name is shown as the last to reply.
#147 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -
[QUOTE="Philosopho"][QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"][QUOTE="MannyDelgado"]lol LJS vs Tenaka it's like a toddler slapfight

Too advanced for you huh. Sorry about that funky.....

No, Manny is right. This is a internet slap fight of get the last word in, it isn't about who's right, it's about whose name is shown as the last to reply.

And manny and now yourself are a part of it. Give yourselves some high fives toddlers.
#148 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"] Why are you repeating yourself? Now that I've caught you lying....I doubt I'll ever believe anything you say.LJS9502_basic

lol caught me lying? In what instance?

Are you upset that someone would suggest you said something you didn't?

Like you have been doing for several posts? annoying isn't it, so if you desist so shall I.

You didn't throw the US in your post? Now you're being disingenuous.

The story I posted had U.S. in the headline LJ. Look at the following story from various sources, there is a one thing consistant in them, lets see if you can spot it.

Lawsuit: US evangelist inspired deadly hate against Uganda gays

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/03/15/10695690-lawsuit-us-evangelist-inspired-deadly-hate-against-uganda-gays?lite

Ugandan Gay Rights Group Sues U.S. Evangelist

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/15/us/ugandan-gay-rights-group-sues-scott-lively-an-american-evangelist.html

Uganda LGBT rights group sues U.S. evangelist for persecution

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/03/14/uganda-lgbt-rights-group-sues-u-s-evangelist-for-persecution/


So, if you study the above information you will see a trend, a pattern as it were, something that links them all together. Also note that all of these are american publications.





#149 Posted by LJS9502_basic (152471 posts) -

The story I posted had U.S. in the headline LJ. Look at the following story from various sources, there is a one thing consistant in them, lets see if you can spot it.


So, if you study the above information you will see a trend, a pattern as it were, something that links them all together. Also note that all of these are american publications.





tenaka2

Yet you could have said evangelists. Since the US ISN'T about arresting let alone prosecuting and sentencing for that.

#150 Posted by tenaka2 (17040 posts) -

[QUOTE="tenaka2"]

The story I posted had U.S. in the headline LJ. Look at the following story from various sources, there is a one thing consistant in them, lets see if you can spot it.

So, if you study the above information you will see a trend, a pattern as it were, something that links them all together. Also note that all of these are american publications.

LJS9502_basic

Yet you could have said evangelists. Since the US ISN'T about arresting let alone prosecuting and sentencing for that.

So OT posters should doctor links and news headlines to avoid upsetting you? That is not a serious request is it?