Unnamed6 saidIf I failed to continue to do that and other things, I would have long ago, screen shot by screen shot, vindicated my accusations that deleted Unnamed5... Geez, at the callousness to judge others and to call others so good or so bad so easily.
how is that not like going to a KLAN meeting and taking their help.
Correction, Unnamed5 was blocked not deleted.
Well, you have a Catholic in the form of Jindal, Seventh Day-Adventist in the form of Carson (his church is considered a cult by some Christians, and I think more people died for views similar to the Adventists, who essentially deny the Trinity in spite of what they say, than people who were killed for being gay or having engaged in gay sex acts), etc, etc, going to an otherwise Christian conference that is supposed to talk about a variety of issues concerning Christianity, where it's speakers are expected to differ on religious views and doctrines from each other (and to that of the organizer), but nonetheless sharing a positive sentiment about Christianity and it's place in public life. This is unlike the Democratic or Republican national conventions where demands are made of former presidential candidates and their supporters to strictly adhere, defer and endorse a party platform and nominee in spite of the bitter feelings they are likely to still have. The aim of this conference, much like any other conference on just about anything, even as random as restaurant ovens, is to share information about something, and maybe make friends and connections in the process, but unlike any random oven conference, I'll give the benefit of the doubt to the married but alone men attending this otherwise Christian conference and presume that they are not going to strip clubs when the after hours hit. If anything, a Klan meeting is much more like what our quadrennial national conventions are like than what this conference will ever amount to as a Klan meeting involves the deliberate planning and cheerleading of a particular agenda, set of beliefs, etc, etc. And this is no club, no Bohemian Grove, frat/fratparty, etc, etc, where organizers sometimes wish to bond with attendees by any means necessary, like otherwise subverting and sabotaging the guard of the attendees by putting them in questionable situations to ensure a kind of compliance and loyalty to the organizers and whatever particular beliefs they hold (which gay men themselves are notorious for doing). I highly doubt that the speakers and people attending this event will somehow come out fully complying with the views of the organizer.