Dante_redux saidI am lost.. Where does it even say anything about this David Hardy??
He seems to be the most ignorant but prolific poster on the board
If you look at the blog you will see lots of postings from him. eg the following:
Posted by: David Hardy: Judging by the approval of more than 45,000,000 innocent children murdered since Roe v. Wade and the blatant support of the godless practice of homosexuality by the post-modern progressive "Christians" in this country...
I would say that it's just business as usual, by post-modern progressives in Uganda...
Posted by: David Hardy at December 12, 2009
Those who would willfully infect other human beings with HIV/AIDS are murders... They should be treated as such...
Perhaps it would indeed stop the wildfire spread of HIV/AIDS...
The doctors at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta called him "Patient Zero." A stunningly handsome French-Canadian airline steward, Gaetan Dugas had over 2,500 male sexual partners on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean by the time he died at age 31.
It was in France, the doctors think, that he picked up the AIDS virus. Thence he brought the virus to both San Francisco and New York, where he infected partners through anonymous bathhouse sex and pickups from gay bars. At least forty of the first 248 homosexuals diagnosed with AIDS as of April 12, 1982 had had sex either with Dugas or with someone who had. ("Typhoid Mary" Mallon, by contrast, had fifty-three confirmed cases attributed to her, of whom three died.)
Long after his diagnosis, Dugas would sodomize willing partners in dimly lit cubicles, then turn up the lights and point to the purplish Kaposi's sarcoma lesions on his skin. "I've got gay cancer," he would say. "I'm going to die, and so are you."
No one will ever be certain whether Dugas was the one who began the AIDS epidemic in the United States, but it would be fitting if he was. For the way he continued business as usual – or pleasure, as it were – even after his diagnosis is representative of the larger tale of miscreants and fools told in Randy Shilts's And the Band Played On, a remarkable feat of investigative journalism that traces the AIDS epidemic from the death of Danish physician Margrethe Rask, a lesbian who contracted AIDS in Africa in 1976, up to mid-1985 and the death of Rock Hudson.
An openly homosexual writer for the San Francisco Chronicle and the nation' s first full-time AIDS reporter, Shilts names names, slams reputations, and yet poignantly testifies to those few who fought desperately to get the band's attention and those who died horribly while it continued to play. http://www.fumento.com/shilts.html
Posted by: David Hardy at December 13, 2009