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Old 11-29-2010, 07:48 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Seems the soldier who leaked thousands of classified documents, Bradly Manning, was a disgruntled Homosexual. How could we possibly have known that a gay soldier might get involved with some gay drama, fly off the handle emotionally and do something stupid?

After all, that would require two eyes, two ears and a brain.

Ya, I know his being gay is just a big coincidence and it could just as easily have been a straight guy. You have to have an IQ under room temperature to believe that one.


http://redcounty.com/content/wikileaks-bradley-manning-and-gay-agenda
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:49 PM
 
Location: Texas
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I have to admit this is about the dumbest thread I've seen yet, on a site laden with dumb threads.

Congratulations! You've established a new bottom for us all to aim at!
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:54 PM
 
Location: The Bay
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I just thought I'd throw a little heresy in the mix and see what happens.

But come on though. The guy is gay, he broke up with his gay lover and became disgruntled with the military for reasons no doubt having to do with his gayness. I have nothing against Gays, but I am familiar with their behavior and based on my observations, stuff like this should be expected. Gay guys get emotional and bent out of shape in ways that straight guys don't and they do things like this guy did.

It isn't about hate, it's just about having the power of observation.

Based on my observations, you don't know too many gays. There are TONS of gays that don't fit your stereotype and an equal amount that "act straight" because they don't look or think like what you just described. Many of these people get married and nobody knows other than them.


It's obvious that you have a bias in this thread and want to make this guy reflect on the other bajillion closeted soldiers in the army. This is NO DIFFERENT than making Ted Bundy reflect on straight white men.
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Old 11-29-2010, 08:04 PM
 
Location: West Hollywood
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I just thought I'd throw a little heresy in the mix and see what happens.

But come on though. The guy is gay, he broke up with his gay lover and became disgruntled with the military for reasons no doubt having to do with his gayness. I have nothing against Gays, but I am familiar with their behavior and based on my observations, stuff like this should be expected. Gay guys get emotional and bent out of shape in ways that straight guys don't and they do things like this guy did.

It isn't about hate, it's just about having the power of observation.
You're hilarious.

Based on your observations?

What sort of observations? The ones at the gay zoo? Or the ones portrayed on Will and Grace? Or maybe you went to a gay bar and creeped up on them? Wait a sec..... maybe you were curious and decided to be gay for a day?

You seem to be getting bent out of shape and irrationally emotional over his sexual orientation that has nothing to do with the crime....... traits you attribute to gays. So.... what does that suggest about you?
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