Sunday, October 19, 2014

Get Gay or Go to Gaol

Well that didn't take long. Two Christian ministers in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, have been told by city officials to perform gay wedding ceremonies in their marriage chapel or go to jail, or pay massive fines, or both.

Get Gay, Donald Or Go To Gaol

The city claims that Donald Knapp and his wife Evelyn would be in violation of non-discrimination laws if they didn't get gay and perform same-sex marriage rituals in their Hitching Post chapel. Coeur D'Alene's aggressive gay advocacy follows recent federal court decisions overturning Idaho's voter-approved constitutional amendment, that defined marriage as being between a man and a women.

Ernst Rohm

The Knapps have refused to perform a homosexual wedding ceremony and face 180 days in jail and a fine of $1000 for each day they refuse to conduct the gay ritual. They are being defended by the Alliance Defending Freedom against the gay city of Coeur D'Alene.

You see where this is going. To be against homosexual marriage is fast becoming unconstitutional and therefore illegal. 

New World Order of Gayness

People need to stand up and put a stop to this garbage. I mean for God's sake, if you want to "tie the knot" with your SSP (same-sex partner) just go to an Episcopal church. It's not hard, if degenerate.

So this is my message to the Couer D'Alene Gaystapo.

Leave the Knapps alone.



Brighid said...

I do not understand the willingness of the average citizen to let this stuff continue...

LSP said...

Bizarre, eh?

jenny said...

It's like this couple who, in the end, have opted to not hold ANY wedding ceremonies on their PRIVATE LAND because of a lawsuit that came about intentionally by a lez couple just out to get them (tape recorded the brief, initial phone convo) -- even though the couple was willing to allow a reception... It's RIDICULOUS.

LSP said...

That's the Gaystapo for ya.

Any color, so long as it's pink.

Adrienne said...

Since the Hitching Post is spitting distance from my home, allow me say this is not sitting well with the citizens in North Idaho and has already rained down a humungous amount of bad publicity for the city.

When the city (Cd'A) was trying to push through an anti-discrimination ordinance, we tried to tell them what would happen. They didn't listen and, voila, here it is.

This couple is being set up because that's what angry bitter mean-spirited homosexuals do.

LSP said...

Nasty business. It's not as though they can't get "married" somewhere else anyway. People shouldn't stand for this guff.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

How long do you think it'll be before a gay couple sues the church demanding the "right" to communion?

LSP said...

Good point. They have to take on the catholic church soon, surely.

But maybe they're too scared to -- for now.