Talking Points

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From today’s TFN News Clips:

“I found it offensive that she repeatedly brought it up. By the fourth time she mentioned it, I felt God wanted me to express how I felt about the matter, so I did. But my tone was downright apologetic. I said, ‘Regarding your homosexuality, I think that’s bad stuff.'”

— Peter Vadala, a Massachusetts man who says he was fired from his job after he told a female colleague he thought her marriage to another woman was wrong.

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4 Responses to “Talking Points”

  1. Ben Says:

    That guy’s haircut is a sin. Or is it an abomination? I get those two mixed up.

  2. PHarvey Says:

    He looks a bit gay to me.

  3. Graham Shevlin Says:

    Has it never occurred to this guy that his work colleague’s marriage was none of his damn business to begin with? What sort of idiot would open his mouth and express the opinion that a colleague’s marriage was wrong? Was he equal opportunity? Did he wander around the building and tell people who were previously divorced that they were also wrong or sinful?
    Leaving aside the legal issues of why he was fired, the guy is clearly a bigoted, impertinent asshat.

  4. Charles Says:

    Religious Right member: “Ya know. We izzuh gitin’ slammed both right and left these days!!!!”

    Charles: “Don’t worry. ‘Tis the season. Despite the years of bad press and rumours about embalming fluid, a wide spectrum of the American people still enjoys eating fruitcake at this time of the year.”

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