billypuppy wrote:First of all,I am not afraid of homosexuals.
English isn't Greek. "-phobia" means "aversion" as well as "fear" in English, e.g. hydrophobia, acidophobia, and phonophobia.
billypuppy wrote:Finally, I'll accept that YOU truly believe in acceptance and diversity when YOU have the inclination to mount your hypocritical soapbox and defend a Klan member and his constitutional right to be a racist.
It's always bizarre to me to see someone insist I tolerate their intolerance. In any case, a Klansman has a right to his racism, sure. I don't have to approve of it or sit silent for it, though. The same applies to your hypothetical protest against homosexuals. I'm not suggesting the state should arrest you for it; I'm calling you out for your absurd claim. I'm not even saying you shouldn't be allowed to burn a rainbow flag; I'm just saying it would imply you were bad person.
billypuppy wrote:The rights of an individual to their own beliefs are guaranteed to ALL, not just to agendists intent on indoctrination.
Who are you arguing against? You're beating that straw man senseless, certainly, but you know I didn't say anything in contradiction to freedom of belief, right?
billypuppy wrote:I challenge you to to hug a Tea Party representative today and prove that you can actually back up the propaganda that you expound.
I didn't express a dislike for that group. Please stop making things up.
billypuppy wrote:You are ignorant of both the meaning and application of the words diversity and inclusion.
You'll note that I reserved my complaints for your hypothetical behavior and not your person. Please extend the same courtesy and cease presuming to lecture me on faults I have not demonstrated.