Lance Kinzer Has the Gay Agenda All Figured Out

Ok, here’s how it works. This is logic, Kansas-style.

The gheyz, you see, want to pass a hate-crime law that defines homophobic crimes as hate crimes. But everyone knows that gheyz ought to get beat, so that doesn’t make any sense.

What could they possibly be up to?

Well, they have a master plan.

First, they pass a bill to give themselves special rights, like the right not to get beat up. Look it up, that ain’t in the Constitution.

Then, after conditioning people to accept not beating gheyz as part of a “normal” lifestyle, they pounce on a lulled and unsuspecting citizenry and force marriage equality on God-fearing Christians and restrict the personal freedoms of straight people everywhere by being equal to them.

It looks kind of like this:

1 (Can’t beat gays no more)
+2 (???)
= 3 (Gays get married/Christians have no rights)

If that’s still confusing for you, please refer to the sage words of Kansas State Rep Lance Kinzer: “I could see a court using this as background for a type of argument advancing same-sex marriage.”

Hmmm, point 2 is still a tad unclear, but what IS clear is that gheyz are nefarious, dastardly, out to get your children, and not to be trusted. That they hate America almost goes without saying, but I will allow for the possibility that Mary Cheney loves her country. So we can chalk 2 up to fairy nancy rainbow trickery, knowledge of which probably leads to involuntary gayness alone. Speak Of the Gheyness, And Gheyness Shall Appear.

The ever-entertaining Kansas Liberty website has more.

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4 thoughts on “Lance Kinzer Has the Gay Agenda All Figured Out

  1. see, the whole problem is in gays thinking that they are actual humans. i love the language used here (from the kansas liberty website):

    “Same-sex marriage advocates have openly stated that nondiscrimination laws and other gay-rights policies are important steps toward the more radical goal of marriage redefinition.”

    silly me, thinking that not being beaten up for who i am was a human right! these are special ‘gay rights polices’ that those sneaky gays are only using to try to get more ‘special rights’. so nondiscrimination laws are simply gay-rights polices that let gays do whatever they want! i knew it. (so if “marriage redefinition” – great term, by the way – is “more radical”, then that means that not having hate crimes committed against someone for being gay is radical).

    i’m glad that you caught on to the gay’s agenda! using excuses of harm done to them as a way to destroy marriage.

    ugh…

  2. Yes, of course. I am facetiously referring to hate crime legislation. To fit the definition of a hate crime, a crime against a person must have been intended to intimidate a whole community sharing the same characteristic(s) of the primary victim. Because the crime has two parts, the primary victim assaulted and the secondary people intimidated by threat of violence, these crimes are sometimes given the specific name Hate Crime, and sometimes have heavier penalties or increased counseling to try and break down the bigotry.

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