Outing Someone for Political Disagreement Isn’t Noble, It’s Pathetic

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January 4, 2014

You can read this garbage at link below if you choose. It’s pathetic and shameful behavior.

So what if the individual is gay and they don’t endorse same sex marriage? Why are they not allowed to have that opinion without the threat of outing, if they have also chosen to keep their sexuality private?

By this logic, any gay person who chooses to keep their sexuality private can be outed for any political disagreement. Assuming this is even true, it’s no different than outing someone for, oh, I don’t know – disagreeing with a war, or a fiscally conservative policy approach.

Yet, if someone were outed for those opinions, the person doing the outing would be denounced as hateful, or worse. The scumbags behind this are no different. Shame on them and any so called journalist involved should be fired for a lack of integrity, as well as ethics.

Illinois Republican congressman Aaron Schock has long been the subject of gay rumors, and has categorically shot them down in the past, but they came back in a big way Saturday when journalist Itay Hod posted a lengthy Facebook status that heavily implied that not only is Schock gay, but that he knows people with firsthand knowledge of the congressman’s sexuality.

via Journalist Heavily Implies GOP Congressman Is Gay in Facebook Post | Mediaite.



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Comments:
  1. […] Outing Someone for Political Disagreement Isn’t Noble, It’s Pathetic Go to this article […]

  2. The Gaystapo says:

    Nice private life you’ve got there. Be a shame if something happened to it.

    The rear ends justify the means.

  3. Jake Jackson says:

    It’s more than opposition to gay marriage. He has a 100% anti-gay voting record, and has publicly claimed to be heterosexual. Blatant hypocrisy is always a story.

    • SteveAR says:

      So, a voting record showing an understanding of what is good for society is somehow hypocritical if the politician might be gay? Only a real hypocrite would say that.

      • Jake Jackson says:

        Yep, he’s doing one thing and saying the opposite. That’s what hypocrisy’s all about. Not to mention Riehl getting all twisted up about this but never having gone to the barricades for Eliot Spitzer.

        • Ragspierre says:

          No, stupid, you are showing you don’t understand simple concepts again.

          Hypocrisy is holding yourself out as having values you, in fact, do not value.

          It is not holding values you fall short of while truly valuing them.

          That is called “being human”.

          • Jake Jackson says:

            The gay congressman, Schock, has done exactly that, but you don’t want to say so because he’s a wingnut like you. Which is also an example of hypocrisy.

          • Ragspierre says:

            First, it is not established that anyone is “gay”.

            Second, you’re an idiot. Elton John is gay, and opposed to gay marriage, as are a lot of gay people. He is not, and they are not, “hypocrites” you stupid, lying puke.

            Third, nobody is a “wingnut”.

            But you are a stupid, lying troll.

            See…???

          • Jake Jackson says:

            Elton John is opposed to gay marriage? Some better tell the fella he married.

          • Ragspierre says:

            NEW YORK — Elton John, accompanied by his longtime partner, David Furnish, had some choice words about California’s Proposition 8, the ban on same-sex marriage that passed on Nov. 4.

            In December 2005, John and Furnish tied the knot in a civil partnership ceremony in Windsor, England. But, clarified the singer, “We’re not married. Let’s get that right. We have a civil partnership. What is wrong with Proposition 8 is that they went for marriage. Marriage is going to put a lot of people off, the word marriage.”

            John and Furnish, and their two cocker spaniels, Marilyn and Arthur, were in town for Tuesday’s annual benefit for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

            “I don’t want to be married. I’m very happy with a civil partnership. If gay people want to get married, or get together, they should have a civil partnership,” John says. “The word ‘marriage,’ I think, puts a lot of people off.

            “You get the same equal rights that we do when we have a civil partnership. Heterosexual people get married. We can have civil partnerships.”

          • Jake Jackson says:

            Schock is gay? Nah, couldn’t be.

            http://tinyurl.com/lhulhjn

          • Jake Jackson says:

            Re Elton John:

            http://tinyurl.com/phw4sgq

          • Jake Jackson says:

            Was there a point to those links?

  4. Jake Jackson says:

    By the way, maybe someone can provide a link to Riehl’s impassioned defense of Eliot Spitzer. Thank you in advance!

  5. The Gaystapo says:

    Actually, being a hypocrite would be if he was voting against gay marriage while he got gay married himself.

    Thanks for playing though, dickmunch.

    • Jake Jackson says:

      Yes, that would be an example of hypocrisy.
      But there is more than one way for a closeted homosexual congressmen, i.e., Schock, the right-wing dickmunch from Illinois, to be a
      hypocrite.

  6. MarkJ says:

    Itay Hod’s guiding philosophy:

    “The total absence of evidence that a person is homosexual…is all the more reason to believe he/she is.”

    Itay Hod strikes me as one miserable, insecure, self-hating puppy.

    • Ragspierre says:

      Or, your typical militant queer (their term, so if it bothers anybody, bugger yourself).

      • Jake Jackson says:

        You’re sputtering now, angry wingnut.

        • Ragspierre says:

          No. I am quite clear, despicable, lying troll.

          • Jake Jackson says:

            There, there, my angry little wingnut,
            things aren’t so bad!

          • Ragspierre says:

            No, indeed. Things are quite good for me.

            For you, not so much.

            You’re the one impelled by a serious personality disorder to troll, lie, and call people names here, in pursuit of your Collectivist agenda.

            I’ve never been reduced to trying to defend a scuz like Eliot Spitzer.

            So…yeah. My life is very good.

          • Jake Jackson says:

            It’s good to know that my poor liitle
            wingnut isn’t always as angry as he seems.

  7. […] wrote on the 4th that it’s pathetic to out anyone for political reasons, which is precisely what the Left is attempting to do with […]

  8. Jake Jackson says:

    p.s.: “Clear,” you say? Is my little wingnut
    also a Scientologist, Mr. Cruise?