Should Chris Culliver apologize?

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    In response to TexasPat's comment:

         Enough is enough!! This is getting as tiresome as the Mantai Te'o fiasco. Can't we at least be free of political correctness during SB week??

         This is ridiculous: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/31/terrell-suggs-says-ravens-would-welcome-a-gay-teammate/     

         Let's move on.



    the term "politically correct" was created and is used in practice to pretend oppression isnt happening (so those who beneifit from it can continue to do so).

     
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    Please provide evidence that a proclivity to homosexuality cannot be effected by choice.

     

     



    The burden of proof is on people that think it is a choice if they think that justifies denying marriage rights to gay couples (which the poster I was responding to clearly does via the Brazil example he gave).  The fact that homosexual behavior has been observed in thousands of species of animals already calls into question the notion that it is a choice since animals clearly lack the same level of cognitive ability as humans.  Your argument is akin to claiming someone's innocence needs to be proved in court as opposed to their guilt.

     




    Gay persons have exactly the same marriage rights anybody else has.

     
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    Please provide evidence that being gay is a choice (there is none).

     

     



    Please provide evidence that a proclivity to homosexuality cannot be effected by choice.

     

     




    You're a moron.  Are you serious?  We already knew you were completely dumb here, but this one might take the cake.

     

    Thump that bible on Sundays, too, Babe?




    Thump my Bible every day goofball. You have no proof junior. If there were proof it would be screamed from the rooftops 24/7. It isn't. Just like in everything else, facts are anathema to you.

     

     
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    Please provide evidence that a proclivity to homosexuality cannot be effected by choice.

     

     



    The fact that homosexual behavior has been observed in thousands of species of animals already calls into question the notion that it is a choice since animals clearly lack the same level of cognitive ability as humans. 

     



    Calling something into question is an interesting thing, but that is not a factual conclusion.

     
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    People used to think (and still do) that interracial marriage was/is a sin. Is it right for them to say that marriage and the bonding of those of different races is 'mutually exclusive'. Or being black and having civil rights is 'mutually exclusive'?

     



    Straw man.

     
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    that thought, along with insecurity about the existence of gay and bi men is placed in boys consciousness in a society such as ours. 

     

    on a different note, if that is how you "feel", now you know how women feel about the constant unwanted sexual attetnion.

     



     

    I already knew how women sometimes feel about unwanted sexual attention. And heterosexual men sometimes feel the same about such attention from women.

    Though it is rather ludicrous to try and compare such attention from a gender the recipient of such attention might welcome to one they would definitely not.

    It is simply outlandish opinion that any insecurity about gay men is  placed in boys consciousness by this society. It is simply that they would rather not be ogled by gay men.

     



    my friend there is this thing called socialization. its how any baby grows up to think (and even what's possible for it to think)and feel and behave hwo it does. cultural anthropology might be something to check into.

     




    Really? So socialization can promote behavior such as boys feeling insecure around homosexuals, but cannot promote homosexual behavior? You are one of these cake and eat it too kind of guys it seems.

     
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      Your argument is akin to claiming someone's innocence needs to be proved in court as opposed to their guilt.

     



    Well, proof of innocence is a standard used in other civilized nations so drawing upon the American standard of that as a somehow universal truth is rather out of place.

     

    And.... if you want standards changed that have been held in this country for centuries then the burden of proof as to why these changes must be certainly falls upon you.

     
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    People used to think (and still do) that interracial marriage was/is a sin. Is it right for them to say that marriage and the bonding of those of different races is 'mutually exclusive'. Or being black and having civil rights is 'mutually exclusive'?

     

     



    Straw man.

     



    Far from it.

     
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     dude you are so random. when did i say anything about wanting palestinian homosexuals executed? 



    It seems random because you are a typical confused resident of Massachusetts. 

    Think.  Think for yourself and stop repeating liberal slogans.

    You are simultaneously posting under an Avatar demanding that the world should "Free Gaza" from the yoke of Israel AND you are posting in favor of homosexual marriage.

    I am simply pointing out how those positions are ridiculous side by side - since a "free"  Palestine (you need to work on your understanig of freedom, but I digress) - a "Free" Palestine not only bans gay marriage, but executes and jails homosexuals.

    This is the confused state your mind is in.  This is why you think mutually exlusive aspects of human life (homosexuality and marriage for example) are to be reconclied by changing the meaning of words.

    This is the state of reason in Massachusetts:  If the liberal masters in politics and education declared "Asparagus is meat" - about two thirds of the citizens would start arguing that asparagus was a better cut than London Broil.

     

     

     

     
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      Your argument is akin to claiming someone's innocence needs to be proved in court as opposed to their guilt.

     

     



    Well, proof of innocence is a standard used in other civilized nations so drawing upon the American standard of that as a somehow universal truth is rather out of place.

     

     

    And.... if you want standards changed that have been held in this country for centuries then the burden of proof as to why these changes must be certainly falls upon you.



    actually most advanced democracies adopt the standard of innocent until proven guilty. and that standard goes back centuries, to well before america even existed. 

     
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     dude you are so random. when did i say anything about wanting palestinian homosexuals executed? 

     



    It seems random because you are a typical confused resident of Massachusetts. 

     

    Think.  Think for yourself and stop repeating liberal slogans.

    You are simultaneously posting under an Avatar demanding that the world should "Free Gaza" from the yoke of Israel AND you are posting in favor of homosexual marriage.

    I am simply pointing out how those positions are ridiculous side by side - since a "free"  Palestine (you need to work on your understanig of freedom, but I digress) - a "Free" Palestine not only bans gay marriage, but executes and jails homosexuals.

    This is the confused state your mind is in.  This is why you think mutually exlusive aspects of human life (homosexuality and marriage for example) are to be reconclied by changing the meaning of words.

    This is the state of reason in Massachusetts:  If the liberal masters in politics and education declared "Asparagus is meat" - about two thirds of the citizens would start arguing that asparagus was a better cut than London Broil.

     

     

     



    Can you document the execution of homosexuals in Gaza or the West Bank by the Palestinian authorities? Methinks you're just talking out your backside. 

     

     
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    actually most advanced democracies adopt the standard of innocent until proven guilty. and that standard goes back centuries, to well before america even existed. 




    So it's kind of like marriage - defined as man and woman - a standard that goes back centuries, to well before America existed?

     

     
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    Status of homosexuality section 5.2 of Hamas constitution. (Hamas of course is in Gaza waiting for Ricky to "free" them)


    15.2 claims Homosexuality is an abomination and will be dealt with according to how many incidents of Homosexuality is proven.

    How would Hamas deal with this crime?  With Sharia Law of course.  How does Sharia Law deal with homosexuals - well it call s for execution by stoning or by throwing them off tall buildings.

     

    But don't let any of that bother you or make you think.

     
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    People used to think (and still do) that interracial marriage was/is a sin. Is it right for them to say that marriage and the bonding of those of different races is 'mutually exclusive'. Or being black and having civil rights is 'mutually exclusive'?

     

     



    Straw man.

     

     



    Far from it.

     




    Try flase analogy then.

     
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      Your argument is akin to claiming someone's innocence needs to be proved in court as opposed to their guilt.

     

     



    Well, proof of innocence is a standard used in other civilized nations so drawing upon the American standard of that as a somehow universal truth is rather out of place.

     

     

    And.... if you want standards changed that have been held in this country for centuries then the burden of proof as to why these changes must be certainly falls upon you.

     



    actually most advanced democracies adopt the standard of innocent until proven guilty. and that standard goes back centuries, to well before america even existed. 

     




    "Most" isn't all.

     
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    Re: Should Chris Culliver apologize?

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    We all knew you had a screw loose, but the fact you are a bible thumper makes a whole lot of sense to everyone here.

    A lot of sense.

    We all know now why you think 2+2 = 5.

    MORON




    I can see you are like a lot of Massachusetts robots who when faced with other opinions go for the ad hominem attacks.  I guess its your only play to attack "Bible thumpers" while embracing asspounders.

    But your Math history is abysmal.  For example, Blaise Pascal was a Bible thumper.

    Orwell wrote "Freedom is the right to say 2 + 2 = 4" in 1984 - and he was commenting on how the state can use force to change truth.  And then OUTLAW anyone who clings to the old truth.

    this is exactly what changing the definition of words is all about.  Marriage?  let's change the definition. 

    You and your fellow drones in Massachusetts - GIVE that power to the state.  You allow the State to redefine truth.  Seems cool right now because you hate Bible thumpers. 

     

    You are a very good prole; doubleplusgood!

     

     

     

     

     
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    Umm, no they don't.  If gay marriage isn't authorized from a federal level, that means the law isn't acknowledged in those states. That could be as something as simple as a gay person's partner not able to make next of kin decisions in a hopital, for example, in that state that does't acknlwledge it.

     

    Get it, dummy?

    So, no. Until it's considered on the same plane as heterosexual marriage/union, they DO NOT have the same rights under US law.

    That's ONE of many issues.

    As usual, you've failed to do your howework on a topic. 



    You aren't very bright,

    Any man in America - every single one of them has the right to marry a woman.

    Any woman in America, every single one of them has the right to marry a man.

    If people choose to pursue the happy gay funloving lifestyle of homosexuality - they can't be married because those two things are mutually exclusive.  this is called in life "making choices."

    Grown ups do this.  Children and narcissists do not make choices.  they demand the world accomodate their insatiable desire to be spoiled.

    Homosexuals are the most acute form of this extreme version of narcissism.  mainly, because homosexuality by definition is narcissism.

    narcissism - look it up.  Narcissus fell in love with his opwn image - which is homosexuality in a nutshell.

     

     

     

     

     
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    Please provide evidence that being gay is a choice (there is none).

     

     



    Please provide evidence that a proclivity to homosexuality cannot be effected by choice.

     

     




    You're a moron.  Are you serious?  We already knew you were completely dumb here, but this one might take the cake.

     

    Thump that bible on Sundays, too, Babe?

     




    Thump my Bible every day goofball. You have no proof junior. If there were proof it would be screamed from the rooftops 24/7. It isn't. Just like in everything else, facts are anathema to you.

     

     

     



    We all knew you had a screw loose, but the fact you are a bible thumper makes a whole lot of sense to everyone here.

     

    A lot of sense.

    We all know now why you think 2+2 = 5.

    MORON

     

    I told you before, the "voices" don't count as "we" bonehead.


    According to junior anyone who puts faith in the Bible is a MORON. That's 73% of us Americans, goofball.

    Every single day I can always count on you to make a complete fool of yourself. Thanks for the entertainment numbnuts. LMAO@U

     

     
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    Re: Should Chris Culliver apologize?

    In response to RockScully's comment:

    In response to Schumpeters-Ghost's comment:

     

    In response to RockScully's comment:

     

    We all knew you had a screw loose, but the fact you are a bible thumper makes a whole lot of sense to everyone here.

    A lot of sense.

    We all know now why you think 2+2 = 5.

    MORON

     




    I can see you are like a lot of Massachusetts robots who when faced with other opinions go for the ad hominem attacks.  I guess its your only play to attack "Bible thumpers" while embracing asspounders.

     

    But your Math history is abysmal.  For example, Blaise Pascal was a Bible thumper.

    Orwell wrote "Freedom is the right to say 2 + 2 = 4" in 1984 - and he was commenting on how the state can use force to change truth.  And then OUTLAW anyone who clings to the old truth.

    this is exactly what changing the definition of words is all about.  Marriage?  let's change the definition. 

    You and your fellow drones in Massachusetts - GIVE that power to the state.  You allow the State to redefine truth.  Seems cool right now because you hate Bible thumpers. 

     

    You are a very good prole; doubleplusgood!

     

     

     

     

     




    Your right to vote should be rescinded.

     

     




    How very "tolerant" of you junior. Is your shirt brown?

     
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