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Alan Keyes is criminalizing the LGBTQ community again:

Then you’re not only derelict in your public duty, you’re abandoning your obligation as a human being. And frankly, … I think that kind of disregard for the God-endowed natural rights of human beings is the archetype of all crimes against humanity.

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31 replies
  1. 1
    Baud says:

    Alan Keyes should officially change his name to Alan Keyes, LOL.

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    Patricia Kayden says:

    Sad that Keyes has a lesbian daughter and is such a bigot.

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    Bruce S says:

    Bill Kristol’s roommate at Harvard. Not kidding…

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    PsiFighter37 says:

    Does Alan Keyes even get any play nowadays? Been a while since I had even heard his name…probably because the crazy has infiltrated Congress and is no longer restricted to the fringes.

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    Robert says:

    I don’t think “fact” means what that one gentleman in the video thinks it means. Homosexuals live half as long as heterosexuals?

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    patroclus says:

    I’ll never forget that time in 2004 when Alan Keyes inflicted himself on the innocent citizens of Illinois, with extremely well-covered daily diatribes against gays and lesbians (and all other sentient beings) saying that our very existence was violative of the God-given principles embodied in the Declaration of Independence, the Bible and all civilization. With a face that could literally scare little children and a countenance that would frighten elderly grandmothers, he would go on and on every single hour of every single day; not giving an inch towards sanity and normal human behavior. It was a tour de force…

    It’s nice to know that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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    Mnemosyne says:

    @Bruce S:

    Wait, seriously? Either Kristol is a lot older than I thought or Keyes looks really bad for his age.

    @Robert:

    If you confine your “statistics” to, say, 1980 to 1995, you could probably make that claim, but it’s kind of like trying to claim that Europeans only live to be 25 using statistics from the Black Death.

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    1badbaba3 says:

    The biggest problem with “their Blacks”, as Ann Coulter refers to them, is that they don’t know when (or how) to shut the fuck up. More’s the pity.

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    folsom ca says:

    Do you do any research on Mayor K. Johnson in Sac. and his wife Michelle R. Her children live in TN with her husband. They do not live with her as a mother. R. lives in Sac. Her children live in TN with their father. One daughter goes to public, one daughter is private. The private school does have an age limitation. I am supposing the youngest daughter is not old enough to go to a very private school. M. R. went to private schools as well. The private school is the one Reese Witherspoon went to. Michelle R. will not comment, (the Sac Bee.)

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    Keith G says:

    @PsiFighter37: Really. Why is he relevant to anything not happening inside the Keyes home?

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    rikyrah says:

    Keyes threw away HIS OWN CHILD when she came out as a lesbian.

    what kind of parent turns their back on a child because of who they are?

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    Yutsano says:

    @rikyrah: Answer: Allen Keyes. And it’s unfortunately not all that uncommon.

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    folsom ca says:

    They keep digging up irrelevant folks. Their party is so out of the mainstream, and I say that as a born and raised MN and ND girl.

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    @rikyrah:

    what kind of parent turns their back on a child because of who they are?

    A despicable one. SATSQ.

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    folsom ca says:

    @Roger Moore: Maybe someone like Michelle R. Who has an agenda. Money, Money, Money. Maybe someone who does not even raise her own children.

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    I wonder how many of the Nelson, GA city council thought it was unconstitutional for the government to require its citizens buy private health insurance? But making everyone own a gun and ammo is ay-okay?

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    Aaron says:

    Back in the 90s when Alan Keyes was running for President, someone at the New Republic enunciated the Keyes Principle: next to Alan Keyes, EVERYONE looks presidential.

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    Just Some Fuckhead says:

    @rikyrah:

    what kind of parent turns their back on a child because of who they are?

    German ones. They play for keeps.

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    jrg says:

    I guess one of the nice things about being Alan Keyes is that you can use long words to say “Homosexuality is worse than genocide”, and not have to worry about anyone thinking anyone less of you… Republicans probably think an “archetype” is Palinese for “something that you print blueprints with”.

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    folsom ca says:

    @Just Some Fuckhead: Are they male or female. Depends.

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    folsom ca says:

    I am stuck. moderation.

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    folsom ca says:

    I am stuck. moderation.

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    Robert says:

    @Mnemosyne: That’s what I thought. They’re going with the AIDS epidemic statistics and not a reflection of reality close to 20 years later.

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    TG Chicago says:

    Regarding the claim that homosexuals live half as long as heterosexuals:

    http://www.splcenter.org/get-i.....r/10-myths

    This falsehood can be traced directly to the discredited research of Paul Cameron and his Family Research Institute, specifically a 1994 paper he co-wrote entitled, “The Lifespan of Homosexuals.” Using obituaries collected from gay newspapers, he and his two co-authors concluded that gay men died, on average, at 43, compared to an average life expectancy at the time of around 73 for all U.S. men. On the basis of the same obituaries, Cameron also claimed that gay men are 18 times more likely to die in car accidents than heterosexuals, 22 times more likely to die of heart attacks than whites, and 11 times more likely than blacks to die of the same cause. He also concluded that lesbians are 487 times more likely to die of murder, suicide, or accidents than straight women.

    Remarkably, these claims have become staples of the anti-gay right and have frequently made their way into far more mainstream venues. For example, William Bennett, education secretary under President Reagan, used Cameron’s statistics in a 1997 interview he gave to ABC News’ “This Week.”

    However, like virtually all of his “research,” Cameron’s methodology is egregiously flawed — most obviously because the sample he selected (the data from the obits) was not remotely statistically representative of the LGBT population as a whole. Even Nicholas Eberstadt, a demographer at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, has called Cameron’s methods “just ridiculous.”

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    hells littlest angel says:

    How come Alan Keyes’family hasn’t gotten around to murdering him for his life insurance policy?

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    Cacti says:

    Without Alan Keyes, we wouldn’t have the 27 percent theory.

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    Patricia Kayden says:

    @1badbaba3: If they were speaking truths, there would be no problem with them always talking. But they always just lie and lie and lie.

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    Central Scrutinizer says:

    Alan Keyes has longer fingernails than many Covergirl models. Nothing to see here , move along.

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    ottercliff says:

    I always enjoy articles on Alan Keyes. He is so batshit crazy! My 2016 dream ticket is Keyes teamed up with Trump or better yet Pat Robertson.

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    Alan Keyes is batahit crazy. Head trauma crazy. I can only wonder what kind of childhood he had to end up this fucked up…

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