Pro-Homosexuals Attempt to Rip TFP Sign in Newport

By John Ritchie   
March 19, 2011


Five minutes after we began campaigning on the waterfront in Newport, the police arrived and verified that our demonstration for traditional marriage was being conducted, as usual, in an orderly fashion on the public sidewalk. But it didn’t take too long before a group of pro-homosexual individuals arrived, attempting to silence our free speech.  They bullied us.  They cursed.  And they spat at us.

Free speech under attack

The Newport waterfront is lined with small, upscale shops and restaurants and other attractions and a fair amount of people strolled about enjoying the sunny, brisk sea breeze.   When the TFP campaign started, the bagpipes attracted a lot of interest.  They seemed to make the evening even more enjoyable for the families walking on the sidewalk.  But the calmness of the afternoon did not last very long.  

A man with a British accent approached, yelling:  “Bigots! Haters!”  He told TFP volunteers to go home and “get out of town.”  It was kind of strange to hear someone with a distinct foreign accent telling corn-fed Americans to go home.   A while later, other pro-homosexual agitators spilled out of a restaurant to harass us.  One of them physically pushed us, another attempted to rip our traditional marriage sign, and a third screamed and spat at us. Without exception, they all used obscene language and vulgar insults.

Hearing the pro-homosexual advocates hurling invectives, a puzzled pedestrian who was on the fence regarding traditional marriage, asked:  “Did they just say what I thought they did?” TFP volunteer Mr. Charles Sulzen replied:  “Yes, they did, we get that all the time.”  The insults instantly turned the undecided pedestrian into a traditional marriage supporter.

The police arrived and established some order.  But even they were harassed by the pro-homosexual advocates who insisted that our freedom of speech be silenced and that we be thrown out of town.  It was fairly clear who was bullying who and the police allowed us to remain where we were as long as we wished.  In fact, two police officers remained nearby for the duration of the campaign.

Traditional marriage campaign in Newport, Rhode Island
Newport, Rhode Island:  Campaigning for true marriage.
You can’t be both Catholic and Pro-Homosexual

Two emotionally charged parents stopped to discuss the issue.  “We’re good Catholics.  Our son is gay and it’s not wrong.  You want us to hate our son?”  A TFP volunteer explained how one must hate the sin, but love the sinner.  “We must hate the sin, love the sinner and pray that your son returns to the path of virtue.”  

The parents disagreed:  “No. We don’t hate the sin. Our priest told us it’s OK.”  
“Catholic teaching is very clear.  You cannot be a good Catholic and support homosexual acts,” replied the TFP member.  “Homosexuality is like abortion, it’s part of the culture of death.”  
“No it’s not.  Abortion is a choice,” said the couple and then began cursing as they turned away.

From yells to a handshake

Something unusual happened next.  A young lady stopped to debate, using more insults and clichés than reason.  When I first saw her, she was practically yelling.  After about ten minutes listening to Mr. John Miller, I looked back and saw her shaking his hand in a friendly manner.  Her attitude had completely changed.  “Well, thank you for talking to me,” she said. “I apologize for what I said earlier.  I’m sorry. Now, I’m going to read your flier.  Thank you! ”

Please continue to pray for the victory of traditional marriage in Rhode Island, and for the TFP volunteers who are now traveling from city to city, campus to campus, defending God’s law.

God bless you!

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-23 # Curt 2011-03-23 10:27
“Catholic teaching is very clear."

Respectfully disagree. It is subject to interpretation. Hence Vatican I, Vatican II, etc.
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+3 # Anna 2011-03-23 23:10
While I disagree with your stance on traditional marriage, I do stand for your right to protest anything you like. The people who come up to you and spit or harass you are too fraught with anger to make meaningful arguments. However, they have as much right to protest your protest, as you have to have your protest.
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+21 # Daniel Martins 2011-03-24 15:02
Congratulations, brave crusaders! Go on fighting. I admire your courage and determination. This is what everyone should be doing!
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+26 # Christina Dickie 2011-03-24 17:36
The Catholic Church teaches:Basing itself on scripture,which presents homosexual acts of great depravity,tradition has always declared the acts are intrinsically distorted.They are contrary to natural law.They close the sexual act to the gift of life.Under no circumstances can they be approved.(C.C.C 2357)

By prayer and sacramental grace they can and should approach Christian perfection.(C.C.C 2357-2359)

The catholic church is clear on this matter,it does not condemn the sinner only the sin. The church also provides help to those who need to overcome this lifestyle."Courage" is a church approved support group for help for those to who need deliverance from this lifestyle.
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+26 # Nancy D 2011-03-28 11:18
There are some things that are open to change but not doctrine of the Church and the teaching of traditional marriage and the scriptures that say this is abhorrant to God are not debatable even by the clergy. Vat I and Vat II did not change church doctrine. They have been consistant with teachings such as pro life and pro marriage (between a man and a woman). The teaching of basic life values has never changed. Neither has love the sinner but hate the sin.
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+21 # therese 2011-03-28 21:09
You all are awesome!!
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+20 # uizawsome 2011-03-29 20:39
you guys are awesome keep up the good work
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-33 # Alexis 2011-03-30 00:05
as i said on another article...your scriptures are supposed to be how old...two thousand years or less....and you think that with in all those years...someone didnt write false information in your bible...with that i agree with curt that its subject to interpretation because everyone can teach it different depending on how they understand it....if a nazi was to become your priest he might teach that all jews should die...does that make it right since he said it....he is interpreting the your scriptures as he sees fit and you all would listen....so for someone that is catholic and the say that god hates homosexuality and that it offends god or what ever else could have been misinterpreted and changed...i mean there has been how many generations of your beliefs...someone has had to make a mistake somewhere
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+31 # Peggy 2011-03-30 00:26
God Bless you brave men for standing up for your Catholic faith! May Jesus be with you as you are being mocked and spit upon by the protesters. We should all be as heroic as these men in defending marriage as between one man and one woman.
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-22 # Ashley 2011-03-30 04:54
I have mixed feelings about this. I think gay marriage should be legal - this IS a free country, with many different religions and different beliefs - To judge and rule based on religious ground is irrational, immoral and is dividing the country into "I'm right and you're wrong." On the other hand, this country was founded on religious ground and was made great because of the behaviors that come with religion. Then again, how would you feel if American law had been changed and based upon Muslim religion? We are all God's children - he expects us to do our best, and forgives us for our shortcomings (we all have at least one). I don't think this protest was a demonstration of tolerance from either side. Sometimes, tolerance and love require a calm quiet - allowing others to do as they choose, provided it is not harming another.
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-34 # Alexis 2011-03-30 21:24
Peggy...there is nothing heroic about a Catholics that made a small cult and protest to have the rights and freedom taken away...as was said by Ashley...this is a free country that allows all religions..you cant just push your religion on everyone because you think something is wrong....if god doesn't want homosexuals then he could have done something about it....with that i feel i can say that god is not offended by gay marriage or abortion...if he did care...he could easily show homosexuals and people who want abortions and who ever else you Catholics are whining about and guide them himself... but i haven't seen anyone that is gay regret it unless some anti gay group or bullies attack them for it...and you people in my own opinion can be classified as an anti gay group that bullies gays and attacks their way of life because you THINK its wrong....you think that you all are perfect or something when you have pedophile priests to worry about.
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+17 # Jeannie 2011-03-30 23:21
At a time when Nancy-kill-'em-all-9-months Pelosi makes being Catholic look like an infanticidal joke, you guys are a breath of fresh air. I forwarded your Browned video to most of my address book, so hopefully that video got a lot of exposure to celebrate all you heroic guys are doing before someone at U tube damned their soul to hell by setting themselves up as an enemy of the one true God..... We can only pray for their repentance, as well as the repentance of those 'rainbow' protesters in the video.
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+13 # Dom T 2011-04-01 15:21
I bowed to you. Thanks for your actions. America needs more people like you.
Best wishes.
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+26 # Leon 2011-04-01 16:24
I am gay, a male homosexual. I have reconciled myself with the teachings of the Catholic church. In other words, non-practicing, so to speak, trying to live a chaste life,and devoted to Our Blessed Virgin Mary and the Holy Eucharist. I used to be on that side, the people on this vid who ridiculed those who fought for the truth and I thought i was the brave one. Looking at this vid made me cringe at my old self. Thank you TFP guys for being brave yourselves. May Mama Mary keep you safe and strong under Her protective mantle. You're all the REAL brave ones. May Mary keep you in Her Immaculate Heart always.
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+19 # Kevin 2011-04-01 16:56
These men are true heroes. God bless each and every one of you.

To put up with the abuse of such hate filled people simply because you are standing up for God shows that Christian courage and charity are alive and well in men like these.
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+15 # cindy micas 2011-04-01 21:06
Stand strong for the truth. Why is is that the ones accusing you of being haters and such are so very hateful????? Satan is active and we all must stand strong for the truth.
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+4 # Barbara 2011-04-01 21:08
I think you need to re-word the phrases pro and anti- homosexual. That addresses the person not the behavior and as you clearly stated we hate the sin never the sinner.
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-1 # Luigi 2011-04-01 21:27
Quoting Ashley:
I have mixed feelings about this. I think gay marriage should be legal - this IS a free country,.....shortcomings (we all have at least one). I don't think this protest was a demonstration of tolerance from either side. Sometimes, tolerance and love require a calm quiet - allowing others to do as they choose, provided it is not harming another.


Well, to start, if our country was based on sharia law, those gay rights supporters would be keeping to themselves in some deep, dark corner of the country, or they'd hanged to stoned to death.

Secondly, there is no right to marry in the Constitution, as family law is reserved soley to the states.

Third, the arguments against "gay marriage" are secular, namely that states regulate marriage because raising healthy children is necessary for that state to survive. It is not regulated to make people "happy" and leave gays feeling miserable. It's not about feelings at all.
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+1 # Luigi 2011-04-01 21:32
Quoting Alexis:
as i said on another ....... can teach it different depending on how they understand it....if a nazi was to become your priest he might teach that all jews should die...does that make it right since he said it....he is interpreting the your scriptures as he sees fit and you all would listen....so for someone that is catholic and the say that god hates homosexuality and that it offends god or what ever else could have been misinterpreted and changed...i mean there has been how many generations of your beliefs...someone has had to make a mistake somewhere


We know the BIBLE is authentic because it is about Truth. Jesus is the Truth. The Bible instructs us to love God, who is Jesus with all our might and to love our neighbor as ourself.

The universe is based on these principles: to be selfish is to be as close to the devil as you can get because God is all good and generous.

Homosexuality by its very nature is selfish.
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+2 # George C 2011-04-01 21:33
There is a failure to distinguish between
having a tendency & doing it. I could use more financial support, but I don't go out &
rob the $. God gives us crosses to bear. How we carry them is our way of loving God or saying,"no". There is no doubt in my mined that PRACTICING homosexuality is a "no" to God's invitation to spend eternity with Him.
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+4 # Allworth 2011-04-01 21:43
God bless the TFP Student Action! It's nice to see young men standing up for Catholic values in the face of outright evil persecution from the anti-free speech gay mafia and their conspirators.

Keep up the great work!
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+1 # Alison Yeung 2011-04-01 22:03
Thank you again for all your work! You are all very brave! We should also let people know that being gay is not a bad thing in and of itself. Homosexual activity/marriage is what is wrong. God bless and praying for all of you!
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+3 # TJ 2011-04-01 22:11
Thank you for your bravery. I will keep you in my prayers. Have a couple tanks of gas on me.
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+5 # Jose 2011-04-01 22:20
Quoting Leon:
I am gay, a male homosexual. I have reconciled myself with the teachings of the Catholic church. In other words, non-practicing, so to speak, trying to live a chaste life, and devoted to Our Blessed Virgin Mary and the Holy Eucharist.


Me too! I urge you to stay strong and pray much. It is worth it! Our ability to resist is tied up in an essential way to the amount of time we spend in prayer (that is, in the company of Jesus). I only speak from experience. God bless.
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0 # Leftistdestroyer 2011-04-01 22:28
I love when someone says: "He/She/I was born this way"

It sounds like they are telling us to accept it. That it's not their fault they are gay. Which also suggests that they accept that they are not part of the norm.

Then why not try to find a cure? It is clearly not normal, and serves no real value from a biological standpoint, so why not seek out the cure?
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+5 # Leftistdestroyer 2011-04-01 22:41
It also makes me laugh when those who rip our faith by saying that we want to force our values on others. It's like, when gay activists demand that that the government sanction their "values." That is hypocrisy.

It also makes me laugh when the pro gays bring up the tiny percentages of priests who molested boys. Most, who were gay, as a matter of fact. But don't dare mention that all public school teachers are child molesters as well. Well they must be right? Public school teachers have in fact, molested children, so, they must all be child molesters, right?
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+6 # ben 2011-04-02 00:07
Keep up the good fight men.
I wish i could stand beside you, but I'm in Australia.
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+7 # RICHARD 2011-04-02 00:20
Great Job,
Praise be to Jesus, Thank you Mother Mary. You guys are spirit filled, and as Jesus was persecuted for the TRUTH it is obvious you also will be, as He said it in the Gospel. Pray for the sinners that God will make them see the TRUTH and they be saved. My prayers for You.
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+7 # Francis Seibert 2011-04-02 00:31
God does not hate homosexuals. All that God hates is the disgusting behavior of Homosexuals. There is no product of a homosexual marriage, so how can it be good? If one takes the time to notice in most homosexual talk there is no room for God.
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+9 # Blake 2011-04-02 03:40
Keep up the good work guys ! May God Bless and Protect you , and continue to help you on your path .

I am not Catholic. However, the Bible is VERY clear about homosexuality.
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+6 # Blake 2011-04-02 03:41
@ Ashley ,God will forgive our shortcomings IF we ask him for forgiveness and strive not to commit those sins again. When people willingly live a sinful lifestyle God does not "forgive" their shortcomings.
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+3 # Blake 2011-04-02 03:42
@ Alexis , God has given us free will. That means we can sin if we want to. He has told us what is right and wrong, it is up to us to decide if we will listen. In the end , we will be judged for our life's works. I find it kind of humorous that you denounce the Bible's authenticity but most likely believe in the teachings of man (philosophy, astronomy, physics). With your own eyes have you ever seen gravity ? Have you ever seen the planets beyond our solar system ? Have you ever seen an electron ? Yet you believe in all these things, because they were taught to you. The Bible has been handed down for generations , not recently discovered.
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+6 # beth 2011-04-02 06:37
I truly believe in what you are doing!! It is so stated in the bible that Jesus does not approve of homosexual behavior whatsoever; yes, he loves the sinner but has no place for the sin of homosexualism sex between 2 people of the same gender! Slap in the face to God! WAKE UP AMERICA!!!
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0 # Roger Evans 2011-04-02 07:04
@Curt:
Catholic teaching is clear, though it is also open to interpretation...by the Magisterium, not by anyone with an opinion, which includes your local priest (he is not automatically part of the Magisterium). Vatican I and II - need to you cite actual numbers where you think that this is up for debate. More probable is that you are referencing a document which seems greatly ambiguous because the people who try to twist it have never actually read it. They promote what they want and claim that it's in Vatican II, and even Vatican I. I don't know what you have been told is in the documents and I don't know by whom, but do everyone a favor and don't reference it until you know what your talking about. And please, get a good translation (ie: the first translation was horribly done and includes things that the original language never contained) since it was written in Latin.
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+5 # Margaret 2011-04-02 07:13
Thank you for having the courage to get people talking about homosexuality vs. traditional marriage (between a man and a woman). I love how you continue to share Christ's love amidst the persecutions of those who are at a different place in their journey, one that does not allow them to understand how detrimental homosexuality is to our society, and to their souls. Being "nice" and sharing Christ's love are not the same, and it takes courage to stand up and remind others of Christ's teachings because of His love. This has nothing to do with hating anyone; If we were all homosexuals, humanity would come to an end. Christ made us for Himself, that we would share our love through the sexual act and always be open to life. That is not possible in a homosexual lifestyle. God bless you, and may he protect you from harm and evil.
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+9 # Matt Shanley 2011-04-02 09:41
Thank you for your courage in defending the truth. We show authentic love for people when we try to show them what is true and beautiful in life and try to protect them and society in general from what will poison and destroy.
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-9 # Beth Ann 2011-04-02 09:52
Quoting Curt:
“Catholic teaching is very clear."

Respectfully disagree. It is subject to interpretation. Hence Vatican I, Vatican II, etc.


Catholic teaching is VERY clear. However, Catholic teaching tells us that because man has FREE WILL he is FREE to interpret it. He may be right or wrong depending on his knowledge of Church teaching which the Catholic Church teaches is infallible in matters of Faith and Morals.
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+2 # Beth Ann 2011-04-02 10:09
I am a supporter of TFP however, I think responding, in any way, to protesters is the wrong way to accomplish your goals.
I admire you for getting your message out publicly but I think Silence would be the "better part of valor".
The March for Life in DC has always ignored the Pro Abortion protesters. To the Pro Life marchers it is just as if the opposition isn't there. For this reason, the March has continued to attract more and more people each year though the media ignores US. So, I think that it is an example of how God works through our "protests". No need to become an "occasion of sin" to those who disagree with our position. They just want to start a fight. Let them use profane language, obscene gestures and spitting. Offer it up as Jesus did at Calvary.
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+7 # Jim 2011-04-02 10:18
The Bible begins before the creation of the world! Therefore no one knows how old it is. It says sex other than between a man and woman - and then only when recognized by God - is wrong/a sin.

Protesting against this protest would be OK but attacking the protesters (and police) with force is not protesting.
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+8 # TJ 2011-04-02 10:21
By the way, when the guy says you can go to your "proverbial Hell," he was apparently just trying to sound smart because he was "highly educated." Proverbial actually means being like a proverb. A proverb is an expression of Truth. So he denies the Truth of God only to acknowledge the truth of Hell. Ironic isn't it as this gentleman is risking his soul there!
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+3 # Anna 2011-04-02 13:51
Thank you for your courage and for putting yourself in harm's way. I will say a prayer for your safety. God is truly protecting you from more harm than can be done with insults and a little saliva.
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+5 # Brian 2011-04-02 17:19
Quoting TJ:
By the way, when the guy says you can go to your "proverbial Hell," he was apparently just trying to sound smart because he was "highly educated." Proverbial actually means being like a proverb. A proverb is an expression of Truth. So he denies the Truth of God only to acknowledge the truth of Hell. Ironic isn't it as this gentleman is risking his soul there!



There are plenty of "highly educated" idiots at my university. Sadly, a majority seem to be the faculty.
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+6 # Ann 2011-04-02 18:27
I find it ironic that a woman trying to "defend gay rights" would use the word "fagot" in a derogatory fashion.
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+7 # Kerry Stephens 2011-04-02 19:12
God bless you men for your courage and faithfulness to God and our Lord Jesus Christ. Keep standing up for right and decency and God's commandments.
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+5 # Gavin 2011-04-02 21:48
Awesome job guys!
The protesters look like poisonous devils, whom you so soundly and logically refuted, they had no answer ... so hate spewed out of their mouths.

May God thoroughly bless you and give you the strength to carry out what the rest of us are not doing!

God bless you from Canada!
Vivat Jesus!!
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+3 # James 2011-04-02 23:02
The insistence on the word "marriage", instead of "civil unions", for gays speaks volumes. Such persons seek the legitimacy of the traditional institution of marriage by deceitfully applying that word to a relationship to which it has not applied ever in history or anywhere on earth.
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+6 # Cheryl 2011-04-03 08:38
God Bless your work to save the world from the culture of death that many so readily accept as truth. Truth is Jesus and only through him will we ever find peace in this or the next life.
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+8 # sojourn 2011-04-03 11:01
May our prayers be heard
May the truth be unveiled about homosexuality to those that accepted it,
Continue the good Works.
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+3 # ezia 2011-04-03 13:41
This relates to today's reading: "Take no part in the fruitless works of darkness; rather expose them, for it is shameful even to mention the things done by them in secret;but everything exposed by light becomes visible,for everything that becomes visible is light." Saint Paul, Ephesians 5: 8-14. God bless you guys, you are in my prayers.
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+4 # Erin 2011-04-04 08:01
God said people would hate us for loving Him and living by His Word. We must keep standing our ground! Right ON!
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-7 # Clark 2011-04-04 12:00
You guys are indeed bigots. I pray that you'll stop and find something better to do with your time than attack gays and lesbians and their very existence. (We all know it's much more than about marriage with you).
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+4 # Mami 2011-04-05 10:28
This is was very sad to watch. They have a right to disagree but to hurl obscenities, spit at you and harass a peaceful protest was terrible.

For those that are still unsure about homosexual marriage. Have you not noticed that it is no longer about homosexual marriage and that there is a full fledged attack on traditional values. Read the pro-homosexual agenda literature and you will see that they want to change: ideas about gender, sexual age of consent, definition of hate speech (as in taking away your first amendment rights.)

Keep up the work. You are very brave.
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+2 # Edward Hara 2011-04-22 07:22
When I read your stories, I find two things: I am inspired by your courage and ability to withstand the insults without retaliation, and I know that I am in need of growth in Christ, since if anyone treated me that way I would be sorely tempted to punch them in the mouth. You demonstrate the love of Christ for sinners in a visible way, the very same way that our dear Lord allowed us sinners to spit on Him and drive Him to the Cross with lashes. May you be blessed in your continued work for His Kingdom.
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+1 # Marc 2011-10-18 05:07
Just read this through different links and i am very well pleased that you still uphold these values amidst outright rejection and hatred. Please continue to be adamant on your beliefs. Freedom of speech should be applied to all especially in a country like America. But freedom, as all other things, have 2 sides: of good or of evil. What will you let free then? I always pray that Good is always free amidst this world scarce of love.
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0 # meegan213 2013-05-05 17:00
I love your public witness, but think it's unfortunate that at the end of your video, you mention the "homosexual agenda." Are you not opposed to other redefinitions of marriage, such as polygamy? We need to demonstrate that protecting marriage is not about being "against" anyone. I think we'd send that message more effectively if we stopped focusing exclusively on same sex "marriage."
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