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  1. Joe in California
    October 19, 2010

    I truly believe that these people are terrorists. Whoever is financially backing this anti-gay campaign should be brought to court! It smells like dirty politics. I would think that, even in Uganda, there are lines that shouldn’t be crossed. This is an International Human Rights issue at this point.
    Tell your government representative to stop all aid to Uganda! The pressure on the Ugandan government must continue.

  2. Leonardo Ricardo
    October 19, 2010

    IT IS DIRTY POLITICS…President Museveni loves this ¨morality¨ explosive junk and he and his wife, Janet, are constantly popping up to save Uganda…of course Museveni is running for re-election in 2011 (after altering the constitution to run again)…he´s Anglican and so is Archbishop Orombi who excommunicated Bishop Christopher (straight, right front box) for ministering to distraught/suicidal Gays…the whole mess is corrupt and Archbishop Orombi is active trying to thieve U.S. Episcopal Church parishes (California and Georgia Supreme courts have thrown him out but they are now hearing appeals). BTW, strong rumor has it that Rolling Stones sister vile Tabloid, Red Pepper which also outs enemies/Gays is owned by family of Museveni…President Obama really needs to cut off the military aid.

  3. Franck
    October 20, 2010

    Really, being targeted by murderous extremists both Christian and Muslim, Uganda should know better than to concentrate on persecuting a helpless part of its own population instead.

  4. Don
    October 20, 2010

    Christians and Muslims in Uganda should know the facts about homosexuality.
    Here are the true facts, from the modern scholarship of authors like the late (gay) historian-linguist John Boswell in his monumental tome “Christianity, Social Tolerance and Homosexuality” (1980) where he examined the original Hebrew text of the Book of Leviticus, and found the word “toevah” used to describe same-sex physical association in Levitius 18:22(“Man shall not lie with mankind as he does a woman”). The word that the writer of Leviticus could have used- “zimah”- was not used. Zimah was used in Lev.19:29 to denote prostitution and adultery, which is condemned as one of the Ten Commandments allegedly received by Moses from God. Note that homosexuality is NOT one of the Ten Commandments!

  5. Don
    October 20, 2010

    See correced email address. Sorry.

  6. MIhangel apYrs
    October 20, 2010

    Don

    all the scholastic study in the world will not undo religiously-based prejudice: they use their texts to validate their hatred, it isn’t the cause of it.

    Moreover, Christist fundies will say that the King James bible is authoritive and divinely inspired (at least until the Conservapadia version comes out anfter Andy has rewritten things to suit his mummy’s mind set). so it can’t be wrong, nor can the inspired interpretations of it by god’s chosen pastors.

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