Ohio Republican Blames Gay Marriage, Marijuana, and NFL Kneelers For Mass Shootings

Rasselas

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Promoting tolerance of other Americans who are unlike yourself is as American as apple pie. We've been doing it for 200 years.

It would be good to hear how you believe these actions cause us to be a less cohesive or pro-social culture. Maybe you just want everyone to be like you. That's not going to happen. How is tolerating difference a bad thing?

Maybe you think it makes God mad at us and pulls us away from being the Christian light to the world you think America was destined to be? Is that it?
 
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Promoting tolerance of other Americans who are unlike yourself is as American as apple pie. We've been doing it for 200 years.

It would be good to hear how you believe these actions cause us to be a less cohesive or pro-social culture. Maybe you just want everyone to be like you. That's not going to happen. How is tolerating difference a bad thing?

Maybe you think it makes God mad at us and pulls us away from being the Christian light to the world you think America was destined to be? Is that it?
The promotion of homosexuality is not a pro-tolerance movement. It's a movement that is being used for intolerance and to sue people who don't want to take part in homosexual weddings. Ask the Christian bakers getting fined and sued by the LGBTQ for not baking transgender cakes and homosexual wedding cakes. Or the women in Canada who have to go to court because they won't do a bikini wax on some gay man's balls.
 

the watchman

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It's difficult to respond to your comments within the posting guidelines. I'll just say this. I'd prefer that we "promote" homosexuality than bigotry. If it means one less child being bullied, one less child having to feel that something is wrong with them, one less person being murdered or targeted by harassment, one less person being denied equal protections under our laws and the US Constitution - so be it. We're living through a time where people in certain communities are afraid because of their race, their religion and, yes, because of their sexual orientation. AFRAID FOR THEIR LIVES. And you're whining about a fking rainbow ?
 

Blues63

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Also drag queens and “snowflakes who can’t accept a duly-elected President”.
Because Republicans elect all the best people.


Candice Keller’s Comments on Mass Shootings Prompt Call for Resignation in Ohio

The chairwoman of the Ohio Republican Party called on Monday for the resignation of State Representative Candice Keller, a fellow Republican who one day earlier said mass shootings were the result of such factors as “homosexual marriage,” “drag queen advocates” and “recreational marijuana.”

Ms. Keller made the remarks in a Facebook post, which is no longer visible to the public, after the mass killings in El Paso on Saturday and Dayton, Ohio, on Sunday.
She wrote that “liberals start the blame game” after every mass shooting, but “why not place the blame where it belongs?”

In the post, Ms. Keller, 60, who represents Butler County, a suburban and rural area about 30 miles southwest of Dayton, listed several factors that she said had led to mass shootings.

Among those, she included “professional athletes who hate our flag and National Anthem,” “snowflakes who can’t accept a duly-elected President” and a culture “which totally ignores the importance of God.”

Candice Keller’s Comments on Mass Shootings Prompt Call for Resignation in Ohio

Some dumbasses will blame anything. The last time PH went through a wave of mass shooting threads I compiled a list of all the things people were blaming for these events such as psychotropic drugs, video games and the lack of prayer in schools, among many others ~ all were as equally dumb as the other (I think I reached about 12 causes IIRC), and no one really had a clue about the subject, for they were just airing their personal biases.
 
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Also drag queens and “snowflakes who can’t accept a duly-elected President”.
Because Republicans elect all the best people.


Candice Keller’s Comments on Mass Shootings Prompt Call for Resignation in Ohio

The chairwoman of the Ohio Republican Party called on Monday for the resignation of State Representative Candice Keller, a fellow Republican who one day earlier said mass shootings were the result of such factors as “homosexual marriage,” “drag queen advocates” and “recreational marijuana.”

Ms. Keller made the remarks in a Facebook post, which is no longer visible to the public, after the mass killings in El Paso on Saturday and Dayton, Ohio, on Sunday.
She wrote that “liberals start the blame game” after every mass shooting, but “why not place the blame where it belongs?”

In the post, Ms. Keller, 60, who represents Butler County, a suburban and rural area about 30 miles southwest of Dayton, listed several factors that she said had led to mass shootings.

Among those, she included “professional athletes who hate our flag and National Anthem,” “snowflakes who can’t accept a duly-elected President” and a culture “which totally ignores the importance of God.”

Candice Keller’s Comments on Mass Shootings Prompt Call for Resignation in Ohio
What a moron...