Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Louis Farrakhan Responds to Obama and Gay Marriage

Since everybody has something to say about Obama's support of gay marriage, I guess Farrakhan was next in line. Black Blue Dog reports
 “Males coming to males with lust in their hearts as they should to a female. Now don’t you dare say Farrakhan was preaching hate, he was ‘homophobic,’” he said. ”Our job is not to be hateful of the people. It is to call people to sanity.” 

Obama also mocks the Newsweek cover naming Obama “The first gay president.” Farrakhan then says “I never heard from Michelle,” claiming that Obama was being ridiculed by the liberal media and made into something that he is not. He then asks why politicians take an oath on the bible but then choose to disagree with its principles.
Oh Louis... Watch him talk about the issue

5 comments:

Jamie Paisley said...

Louis, not all swear on a bible. John Quincy Adams swore his presidential oath on a Law Book. Alas, that tradition never took hold.

K. Clark said...

They put their hand on the bible because it's tradition. No more no less. If anything, the bible is supportive of a lot of what we now deem as horrible/illegal (genocide, rape, murder, slavery, stoning children). The real question is why don't more people disagree with its principle.

That's My Desire said...

OOOOH IM SCARED! ANOTHER HATER TAKES A JAB. AND HOW LATE WAS HE TO THE POW WOW?

Anonymous said...

IT SEEMS Louis Farrakhan WAS RIGHT. I HAVE BEEN SEEING ONLINE REPORTS WHICH STATE Barack Hussein Obama HAS MEMBERSHIP AT A HOMOSEXUAL CLUB IN CHICAGO. IF THIS PRESIDENT IS HOMOSEXUAL, Mr. Farrakhan TOLD THE TRUTH. THANKS Mr. Farrakhan FOR INFORMING THE PUBLIC - THE LIBERAL MEDIA IS TRYING TO KEEP IT QUIET. THIS PRESIDENT HAS TO BE REMOVED.

CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

Anonymous said...

NOW, THIS BIRACIAL PRESIDENT HAS BEEN RE-ELECTED. SHAME ON AMERICA. "Blacks" ARE HAPPY NOW, BUT, IN 2017, THE GOOD OLE DAYS WILL RETURN. YOU FOOLS!

CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

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