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  1. Rob Tisinai
    January 11, 2010

    One crucial correction: Aggravated homosexuality doesn’t require you to have had gay sex more than once — or even once.

    No, aggravated homosexuality is applied to any “serial offender,” which means you’ve been convicted of homosexuality “or related offences.”

    And the bill has a whole Part III called “Related Offences,” one of which is not reporting homosexual activity. So we’ve got a two strikes death sentence law:

    * Strike one: You’re convicted of gay sex.
    * Strike two: You’re convicted of not turning your partner in to the authorities.

    That’s two strikes. You’re a serial offender. And that means you’re dead.

    Or how about this:

    * If you find out someone had gay sex and you didn’t turn him in. And you discover another friend did, too, and you didn’t turn him in, either – you’re dead.

    You don’t even have to be gay or have gay sex to be executed for aggravated homosexuality.

    More on this at my blog at wakingupnow dot com (if you’ll pardon the self-promotion).

  2. Tom in Lazybrook
    January 11, 2010

    I think that it is interesting that the Adventists are upset because they experience (much milder) discrimination by the Russian government that their chruch in Uganda supports against Gays.

  3. Pomo
    January 11, 2010

    Tim did you see the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America also came out condemning the Ugandan Bill?

    http://lutheransconcerned.blogspot.com/2010/01/elca-expresses-grave-concerns-about.html

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