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When is it OK to use homophobia? When the target is a right-winger

The Daily Caller spots another example of leftist hypocrisy in action.  

Talking about Andrew Breitbart’s death, a poster at the Daily Kos decides it would be cool to send him off with a nice little protest from the homophobic bigots at Westboro Baptist Church.  You see, Breitbart was a friend to gay right-wing groups such as GOProud.  Instead of celebrating that, the true bigotry of at least this leftist shows through in his (or her) little scheme:

A post dated March 1 by “dragon82a,” titled “Let’s Help Andrew Breitbart go out In Style..Get Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Him” encourages readers to post on the Westboro Baptist Church’s Facebook page calling for the group to protest Andrew Breitbart’s funeral:

Here is the Facebook of the WestBoro Baptist Church:

Send them a message anything will do, about how much publicity they would get by Protecting [sic] Andrew.

http://www.facebook.com/…

Lets give back to Andrew what he has so generously given to us all these years.

We could call this “Operation Sendaway”

Because you see, using homophobic fundies (who’s leader is a Democrat activist by the way) in their cause is okay, but utter one word that could even sound like it might be anti-gay and they’ll be on you with all the false righteous indignation they can muster in a heartbeat.

Of course, don’t bother pointing this out to them … they simply won’t get it.

~McQ

Twitter: @McQandO

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3 Responses to When is it OK to use homophobia? When the target is a right-winger

  • “Lets give back to Andrew what he has so generously given to us all these years.”
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    I can’t recall a single time Breitbart called down a hate-group to protest at any Collectivist’s funeral. Or anything remotely like that. Huh…

  • I recently read a story about a fallen soldier was Westboro wanted to protest in Mississippi. The soldier’s home community banded together to block, misdirect and keep the Westboro folks away from the funeral.

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