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Syrinx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-30-07 02:12 AM
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Uh, Troy King doesn't like gay people
Edited on Tue Jan-30-07 02:55 AM by Syrinx
I just came across some letters that Troy King wrote to the Crimson White when he was in law school. I never imagined that Mr. King was a friend of gay people, but after reading the letters, I find it puzzling that he was ever appointed to any office, much less to the position of attorney general. Does Governor Riley hate gay people as much as the man he appointed to be attorney general? I hope not. I always had Troy King marked as a hateful punk. Now I have my proof.

The time has come for the majority to rise from its figurative slumber. The picture on the front page of Monday's issue of The Crimson White looked like the front page of Sodom and Gomorrah News the day before those cities were destroyed. I and a majority of the students were appalled not that these students would pose for this picture, for we have seen that the homosexuals in America will do anything to grab a headline but rather I am furious that this paper would sacrifice its journalistic integrity for a tabloid-esque reporting! It is indeed sad that America has fallen to the point where she will condone any type of deviant, immoral activity in which a group desires to participate. However, perhaps even more compelling evidence of the perversion of America is evidenced not only by the fact that this story was published in the newspaper but rather that it was graphically depicted on the front page.

The existence of the Gay/Lesbian alliance on this campus is an affront to the state of Alabama, its citizenry, this diversity and its students. However, it is also an outrage to compel those students with both moral and religious objections to the activities and ideas espoused by this organization to contribute money, via student fees, to subsidize these activities.

One has but to look at the forces which the controversy has united--from the American Civil Liberties Union to the National Organization of Women to the Queer Nation just to name a few--to clearly see how corrupt a cause this truly is.

The argument can often be heard that what goes on in the bedroom is private. However, it is flawed reasoning to attempt to justify the gay movement in America today on this basis, for they have taken sex from the confines of the bedroom into the streets, the evening news, and now even the front page of the newspaper.
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Erika Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-30-07 02:40 AM
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1. I don't like Troy King
and his agenda.
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Syrinx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-30-07 02:54 AM
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2. me either, Erika
We Alabama voters had a chance to elect John Tyson Jr. to attorney general a couple months ago. A good man, and a tough man, but in our collective stupidity we failed to do so. On the positive side, we elected a good woman, Sue Bell Cobb, to be chief justice of the state Supreme Court. (Though, I think it's crazy to elect judges.)

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nealmhughes Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-05-07 11:19 PM
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3. Sodom on the Black Warrior! I-20 as a direct route to Hell and Atlanta!
What do you expect with a school full of historians, librarians, English lit, and art and dance majors and grad students? The horror, the horror...
And Grady McWhinney gone to keep all straight and narrow with the League of the South and Forrest MacDonald gone to old historians' rest in the country...the history dept. now rampant with historians who are "Marxist" and "women's historians!" My God! Not the Capstone!

Troy needs to go see Jasmine at her drag show at Michaels...or even better, a night of carousing until day break at the Quest in Bham or just walk thru the district in Mobile from Joachim to Dauphin...

What a sex-obsessed freak. Troy, if slot A fits into tab B and no fire needs be kindled or metal worked, I hardly think an act can be "unnatural."
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Syrinx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-06-07 02:07 AM
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4. you crack me up!
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