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An '''evangelical conservative''' is a [[conservative]] who is not content merely with his own lack of [[liberalism]] but is also obsessed with (i) censoring expressions of liberalism by others and (ii) attempting to convert liberals around them to conservatism.
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An '''evangelical homosexual''' is a [[homosexual]] who is not content merely with his own lack of [[heterosexuality]] but is also obsessed with (i) censoring expressions of heterosexuality by others and (ii) attempting to convert heterosexuals around them to homosexuality.
  
Examples of techniques used by evangelical conservatives include:
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Examples of techniques used by evangelical homosexuals include:
  
* insisting that conservatism is not morally wrong.
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* insisting that homosexuality is not morally wrong.
  
* claiming that it is possible to be a conservative and a Christian simultaneously.
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* claiming that it is possible to be a homosexual and a Christian simultaneously.
  
 
* misusing the Bible and the command to love, to justify a practice which Biblical love for God and man disallows<ref>http://peacebyjesus.witnesstoday.org/homosexuality_and_the_bible.html</ref>  
 
* misusing the Bible and the command to love, to justify a practice which Biblical love for God and man disallows<ref>http://peacebyjesus.witnesstoday.org/homosexuality_and_the_bible.html</ref>  
  
* denying any correlation between [[crime]], [[depression]], [[anxiety]], [[immorality]], [[insanity]] and [[conservatism]].
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* denying any correlation between [[crime]], [[depression]], [[anxiety]], [[immorality]], [[insanity]] and [[homosexuality]].
  
* using Hollywood to portray conservatives as "cool" and "hip".
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* using Hollywood to portray homosexuals as "cool" and "hip".
  
* drawing comparisons between conservatives and the civil rights movement of the 60's.
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* drawing comparisons between homosexuals and the civil rights movement of the 60's.
  
* making friends with liberal males for the sole purpose of converting them to conservatism.
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* making friends with heterosexual males for the sole purpose of converting them to homosexuality.
  
* claiming to be smarter or superior than people who are not conservative.
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* claiming to be smarter or superior than people who are not homosexual.
  
 
* teaching, attending, or supporting colleges and universities to promote "tolerance"
 
* teaching, attending, or supporting colleges and universities to promote "tolerance"
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[conservatism]]
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*[[Homosexuality]]
*[[Conservatism and the Bible]]
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*[[Homosexuality and the Bible]]
*[[Conservative misinterpretation]]
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*[[Homosexual misinterpretation]]
[[Category:Conservatives]]
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[[Category:Homosexuality]]
  
 
== References ==  
 
== References ==  
 
  {{reflist|1}}
 
  {{reflist|1}}

Revision as of 22:05, 24 February 2013

An evangelical homosexual is a homosexual who is not content merely with his own lack of heterosexuality but is also obsessed with (i) censoring expressions of heterosexuality by others and (ii) attempting to convert heterosexuals around them to homosexuality.

Examples of techniques used by evangelical homosexuals include:

  • insisting that homosexuality is not morally wrong.
  • claiming that it is possible to be a homosexual and a Christian simultaneously.
  • misusing the Bible and the command to love, to justify a practice which Biblical love for God and man disallows[1]
  • using Hollywood to portray homosexuals as "cool" and "hip".
  • drawing comparisons between homosexuals and the civil rights movement of the 60's.
  • making friends with heterosexual males for the sole purpose of converting them to homosexuality.
  • claiming to be smarter or superior than people who are not homosexual.
  • teaching, attending, or supporting colleges and universities to promote "tolerance"
  • resorting to violence if they don't get their way.

See also

References