Thanks for the name calling directed at me.
What you two (are there still two of you posting on your "meninlove" account?) fail to realize is that this was a nationally telecast parade. And nationally, this is still very much a political issue.
But, as your friend Kolonel Krackpot loves to point out about others, YOU are Canadian, so I wouldn't expect you to have a grasp of issues here in the USA.
Hypocrite much? Your double standards, in this case complaining about name calling against you, are always breathtaking.
There are indeed legal & legislative issues that are different in the US. I wasn't aware, however, that basic human civil rights should be confined to national boundaries. I thought they were supposed to be universal, on which even a Canadian may comment.
But I know how much gay marriage galls you. Or any gay rights, as you've made evident here for a number of years.
So you do agree with that woman who organized a boycott of the Tournament of Roses Parade, based on her logic that gay marriage is illegal in over 30 States? Despite it being legal in California?
And why should this California parade be censored because it's being seen nationally? It's an event being covered as news. And as we are apparently hearing, some local US markets DID block scenes of the gay marriage float. So didn't that satisfy you well enough?
I see gay opponents like you wanting to MAKE a public gay marriage event a political issue, because that's a more malleable and debatable issue than basic human rights. And more easily defeated, as if it were a mere debating point, based on subjective political views.
But fortunately such matters transcend politics & national borders, and are worthy of comments even from Canadians.