I cannot decide if this is a joke post or for real.
Whilst I respsect the poster's views, as a Christian and a Lay Pastor who is looking to become an Ordained Minister with Unitarian & Free Christian Church I would say that no, God does not hate homosexuals.
Jesus says not a thing about them in his parables or sermons, and as many Christians believe Jesus = God then thats God speaking through a human mouth piece?
Jesus also said he came to bring freedome to the captives and said the downtrodden, the meak, sorrowful, peacemakers were all "Blessed" and beloved of God. You don't get much more downtrodden than minorities, whether through race, sex or gender.
Similarly, in his parable of the "Good Samaritan" Jesus taught about reachign accross the strict divisive barriers of society and religion to touch, reach out and love someone who was considered to be "untouchable" and abhorant. The story of the Phoenician woman at the Well is in a similar vein about the all embracing, radically inclusive love of God as display through Jesus. Look at hte community Jesus created around him - his disciples. A complete mix of people from various backgrounds and the massive role given to women at a time when a woman was someones chattel.
St Paul, however, (or at least the writer of the letters tot he Corinthians and Rome etc which probably wasn't Paul as there are major stylistic differances between the letters ascribed to Paul), does have problems with homosexuals. The writer suggests that they give up their "natural" sexuality and chose to be homosexual. That was the scientific and sociological view point of 2,000 years ago - two millenia later we now know differantly about sexuality and psychologies. Similarly, a lot of what the writer of those letters refers to isnt homosexualty - he refers in Romans to "Pedersastry" which was an ancient Greek practice where an older tutor would have a close and often physical relationship with his pupil (often of a sexual nature) who was pubescent or early teen. This was decreed illegal under Roman Law so to have someone writing about Morals and re-iterating Roman Law to places under Roman Rule or Influecne would make sense. THe writer also refers to the word "Malakoi" which in 99% of its uses in the bible refers to "soft" int he context of clothing, yet in Romans it is translated as meaning effeminate or homosexual. Why? The word doesnt mean that.
Also remembmer St John says "whosoever believeth in him [Jesus] shall not perish". Yes, whosoever, theres no small print saying no gays. Its anyone who believes in Jesus irrespective of sex, race, sexuality, age, wealth.
When I see people iwth "Jesus hate fags" my heart bleeds - Jesus doesnt hate! Yes he was very much opposed to the Pharisees and their hypocritical stance on religion etc but he never said he hated them.
If one reads the Bible literally in a modern English translation, e.g. New English Bible, and accapts it word for word as being exactly how it was written and what it says and expressses now is how it was inteded - a very very simplistic, un critical, non scholarly approach - then yes the Bible does suggest that homosexuals are wrong.
One has to remember that God did not dictate the Bible, it was inspire by God but written by people at differant places and points in time and societies and as such is a collection of documents, some of which do not agree with each other. The Bible isnt the revelation of God, God is the revelation of God.
However, if you look at what the words actually mean, the historical context and also apply the scholarly levels of criticism as one would apply to any other book to the Bible then I think you can get a truer understanding of how it came to be written (i.e. be differant people at differant points in time and for differant reasons) and what it says.
But, to reiterate, Jesus says nothing about Homosexuality. Furthermore, He came to bring an end to the "old law" ie. that of Leviticus with its references to prawns, touching the skin of pigs and homosexuality as all being equally "ritually unclean". The writer of the letters traditionally ascribed to St Paul was reiterating Roman Law and also trying to understand homosexuality in the thinking of his day, i.e.2,000 years ago . Modern science has shown homosexuals do not chose to be homosexual and are born that way. It is therefore "natural" and if one still wants to apply the letters acribed to St Paul about chosing sexuality, then it would be "unnatural" for a Gay person to pretent or act as straight.
Jesus does not hate. He loves. Radically and Inclusively, so much so he laid down His life for what he believed in and people who he loved. Here endeth the lesson.