USA Today Columnist Cal Thomas: Gay Marriage Is A Sign of the 'End Times'

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    Mar 04, 2015 10:09 PM GMT
    May be he should start building his fallout shelter, so when the gays take over, he and his scared heterosexual friends and family will be able to hide from the poison onslaught and spread of love and happiness of others, oh dear, what shall we do icon_rolleyes.gif



    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/04/cal-thomas-gay-marriage_n_6797192.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592


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    Mar 04, 2015 10:17 PM GMT


    He's too late. #GaymarriageinCanada# by about 10 years, rofl!
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    Mar 04, 2015 10:41 PM GMT
    meninlove said

    He's too late. #GaymarriageinCanada# by about 10 years, rofl!




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    Mar 05, 2015 12:31 AM GMT
    Thomas also believes that gay marriage is a sign of the “end times." For that reason he predicts that the Supreme Court will rule in favor of marriage equality and that there’s not much he can do about it because “everything is right on schedule.”



    Good to hear these past two thousand years of oppression were scheduled. Because you'd hate to think that haphazard.

    Action without planning is fatal.
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    Mar 05, 2015 4:37 AM GMT
    Funny how Cal forgets marriages between men were performed in Christian Rome into the middle of the 4th century....

    He said, “If you read the Scriptures, as I do, in both testaments all of these things are forecast in prophesies, in the book of Daniel and what Jesus and Paul said, so I'm not worried about it,” Thomas continued, "

    But when I read it it came across as, “If you believe the bronze age bullshit as I do.......... "

    The best thing about undying hate and ignorance is old people carry it with it to their graves and are buried with it one at a time.
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    Mar 06, 2015 6:22 PM GMT
    One more reason why I've never bought USA Today and drop it off unread at the main desk of hotels that think they're doing you a favor by providing it.
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    Mar 06, 2015 6:49 PM GMT
    MGINSD saidOne more reason why I've never bought USA Today and drop it off unread at the main desk of hotels that think they're doing you a favor by providing it.


    USA Today is now included at no extra charge with our local newspaper as a marketing tool to sell more of their own newspapers. Most of their profits, though, are from ads, not subscriptions. A lot of people like me just don't feel a need for a newspaper anymore, when just about everything in the paper can be found for free elsewhere on the internet and social media.
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    Mar 06, 2015 6:58 PM GMT
    ELNathB saidMay be he should start building his fallout shelter, so when the gays take over, he and his scared heterosexual friends and family will be able to hide from the poison onslaught and spread of love and happiness of others, oh dear, what shall we do icon_rolleyes.gif



    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/04/cal-thomas-gay-marriage_n_6797192.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592


    fallout shelter

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    I see a geiger counter and a periscope - but shouldn't there be a gaydar, so they'll know when it's clear to come out?
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    Mar 06, 2015 9:57 PM GMT
    tazzari said
    ELNathB saidMay be he should start building his fallout shelter, so when the gays take over, he and his scared heterosexual friends and family will be able to hide from the poison onslaught and spread of love and happiness of others, oh dear, what shall we do icon_rolleyes.gif



    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/04/cal-thomas-gay-marriage_n_6797192.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592


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    I see a geiger counter and a periscope - but shouldn't there be a gaydar, so they'll know when it's clear to come out?


    I do believe what they do is stick a gay guy in that air filter, with a meter attached to his penis. If the gay guy gets a whiff of another gay guy in the vicinity, his peepee gets hard and it sets of the alarm. Otherwise those in the shelter are free to come and go until the peen radar goes off.
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    Mar 06, 2015 10:56 PM GMT
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    So funny! Only in the 1950s would guys be in a fallout shelter during a nuclear attack wearing neckties and jackets. In case some friends drop in? Where's the cocktail cart?

    But so many things ridiculously wrong with this, I hope it was just a badly-informed artist's best-guess conceptualization. They've got a sink but no toilet, not even a chemical one? That undersized air exhaust pump would require almost constant manual cranking.

    Is that wire from the radio for power (and where's that coming from in a nuclear holocaust?), or for a (missing) outside antenna? Because reception underground in a metal tank isn't gonna be very good. And very few radios from that era used batteries, transistor pocket radios not yet widespread until beginning around 1957. Plus non-transistor radios were battery hogs if you did have one (my Mother did), you only got a few hours out of the carbon batteries we had. Not practical.

    My purpose isn't entirely to critique this thing technically (though it is fun for me), but rather to illustrate how paranoid Americans had become during the Republican McCarthy era. Because this wasn't the only example of their unreasonable fears. Very much like the Survivalists today.
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    Mar 06, 2015 11:17 PM GMT

    ^ you put wayyyyy to much thought into that, Art icon_lol.gif

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    Mar 13, 2015 4:44 PM GMT
    Publishing columns by morons is good reason to not buy USA Today (though I don't buy it now.)

    But if he's right, and the rapture is upon us, that means all those obnoxious neatherthal christians will be sucked off the planet, and we will be rid of them.
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    Mar 13, 2015 9:16 PM GMT
    My brother's hunting crotch of the virgin pines makes a perfect fall out shelter. I'm ready for World War III.
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    Mar 13, 2015 9:23 PM GMT
    Oh brother, is this the new Mayan Calendar Dec. 21, 2012 countdown, the clock finally ticking when, erm, America (as opposed to every other country ALREADY with gay marriage), gets gay marriage in every state (as opposed to most states)?

    This apocalyptic theory is BS. Next.
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    Mar 13, 2015 11:46 PM GMT
    As the saying goes: "If same-sex marriage has an effect on your marriage, it's because one of you is gay."
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    Svnw688 saidOh brother, is this the new Mayan Calendar Dec. 21, 2012 countdown, the clock finally ticking when, erm, America (as opposed to every other country ALREADY with gay marriage), gets gay marriage in every state (as opposed to most states)?

    This apocalyptic theory is BS. Next.



    What he really means by, "The End Times", the end times of religious freedom, they keep complaining about or the end times of Christianity's nut job hold on America. If you carefully read between the lines statement below, "All of these things are not the cause of our decadence, they’re a reflection of it", This is referring to the 60's-70's decadence era and how the, Anita Bryant movement, the 1980 (Reagan) conservative movement brought an end to that decadence, which many now believe that the Hiv/Aids epidemic was created by these same Christian nut jobs as part of the end of this decadence, killing off our people. Nut jobs and their control freaks believe that their 35 year rein is coming to "the end times", may be not the end of any nut jobs themselves, but may be the end of their control over the masses and that is what has them so worried, their "crusade" is coming to an end. icon_idea.gif

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    “I think it’s going to go 5-4 or even 6-3 in favor of same-sex marriage. All of these things are not the cause of our decadence, they’re a reflection of it,” he told me in an interview for SiriusXM Progress at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland on Saturday. He’d just moderated a panel that included right-wing radio host Dana Loesch and Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council and focused on what Christian conservatives view as a threat to “religious freedom,” mostly from the LGBT rights movement.
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    Mar 15, 2015 10:17 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    ELNathB said
    fallout shelter

    gty_fallout_shelter_mi_130515_ss_ssh.jpg

    So funny! Only in the 1950s would guys be in a fallout shelter during a nuclear attack wearing neckties and jackets. In case some friends drop in? Where's the cocktail cart?

    But so many things ridiculously wrong with this, I hope it was just a badly-informed artist's best-guess conceptualization. They've got a sink but no toilet, not even a chemical one? That undersized air exhaust pump would require almost constant manual cranking.

    Is that wire from the radio for power (and where's that coming from in a nuclear holocaust?), or for a (missing) outside antenna? Because reception underground in a metal tank isn't gonna be very good. And very few radios from that era used batteries, transistor pocket radios not yet widespread until beginning around 1957. Plus non-transistor radios were battery hogs if you did have one (my Mother did), you only got a few hours out of the carbon batteries we had. Not practical.

    My purpose isn't entirely to critique this thing technically (though it is fun for me), but rather to illustrate how paranoid Americans had become during the Republican McCarthy era. Because this wasn't the only example of their unreasonable fears. Very much like the Survivalists today.


    "cocktail cart"

    Nation in danger and that's all you think about?