we don't have homosexuals

Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by thick_1, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. thick_1

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    The irony here is that most Homosexuals are liberal and love folks like this fellow



    Comments by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
    On executions of homosexuals in Iran:
    In Iran we don't have homosexuals like in your country. We don't have that like in your country. ... In Iran we do not have this phenomenon. I don't know who's told you that we have this.




    For the complete story
    Quotes by Iran's Ahmadinejad



    In Iran, 1/2 the people on this board would be annihilated ....
    Thoughts?
     
  2. Kalamazoo

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    Clearly you don't know nor understand liberals.
     
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    "The irony here is that most Homosexuals are liberal and love folks like this fellow"

    i'm sorry. what?!
     
  4. Kalamazoo

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    Nor homosexuals.
     
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    liberalism is a spurious concept these days. this is good book that goes into it.

    Amazon.co.uk: What's Left?: How Liberals Lost Their Way: Books: Nick Cohen

    for instance - british students declaring 'we are all hizbullah now' at a stop the war coalition march. insanity.

    what thick_1 is saying is totally valid. (except for the "most homosexuals are liberals" part.)
     
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    liberals want gay men to marry men so gays most be liberal :(:( happy thats band in my state :):)
     
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    Each to his own. Infact homosexuality is outlawed in most Arabic/Middle Eastern countries, such as Saudi Arabia.
     
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    look. i haven't read the book, but declaring liberalism spurious because of some vapid britsh students making claims for shock value is akin to dismissing all concepts of conservatism because the current administration spends borrowed money like a bunch of drunk sailors.

    one doesn't necessarily follow the other.
     
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    Of course he wouldn't acknowledge the presence of gays in the Middle East...it's illegal to fuck a guy in the ass out there.

    I don't know what people were expecting him to say. He's proven himself to be 100% delusional and he should be treated as such.

    It might be a reach, but I think the idea of having him speak on his beliefs was a governmental smoke screen or redirection of the people so that the consensus would again say that America is in favor of blowing shit up in the Middle East. Again, that might be a reach.
     
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    actually, a POLITICALLY conservative approach to gay marriage would be one of non-interference. a RELIGIOUSLY conservative approach would be to deny rights or existence based on - let me use it - spurious and discriminatory concepts of right and wrong.

    this iranian fuck-tard is actually on your side, i believe.
     
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    he doesnt have homos in iran because he murders them much like we murder mentally ill prisioner. whos the terriorist?
     
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    Band in your state! Is that like NIRVANA or THE GRATEFUL DEAD! Maybe the SHINS. Please read Moss's "CLEOPATRAS WEDDING PRESENT" For a trip thru modern SYRIA. With a gay insight.
     
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    [SIZE=+2]Islamic treatment of homosexuals
    Islamic treatment of Homosexuals

    Even though I am as straight as an arrow, this is flat wrong....Talk about the pot calling the kettle black...These fools have no problems killing innocent women and children either...so sad...
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    What a tool he is, that said he is a creature of the society in which he was created.
     
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    I dont think anyone knows what right and left are anymore.
     
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    A truly ignorant man...I pity every homosexual man or woman from the middle-east...but we homosexual men and women are born into every part or the world, every ethnic group. We survive and prevail. Period.
     
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    Oh please how can he think his country has no homosexuals? :confused: He can't have annihilated them all! Surely there are one or two hair stylists and an interior decorator left. :tongue:

    The man is full of shit, but we knew that already.

     
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    Sometimes we just let them die from neglect as in the article I have copied from the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. :mad::mad:


    A HIDDEN SHAME: DANGER AND DEATH IN GEORGIA'S MENTAL HOSPITALS: He died waiting.
    Over 13 months and seven arrests, Joshua Hazelton evolved from a scared-looking kid into an accused killer. Psychotic and obsessed with imaginary events, he sat in jail because a state mental hospital didn't have room for him.

    By Alan Judd, Andy Miller
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Published on: 09/16/07
    A HIDDEN SHAME: DANGER AND DEATH IN GEORGIA'S MENTAL HOSPITALS: He died waiting. | ajc.com

    Joshua Hazelton wasn't supposed to be in jail.

    Two psychologists had declared him mentally incompetent to stand trial for murder. Hazelton, 19, already had slit his wrist in his cell during a suicide attempt, and he rambled on about wild conspiracies and his own grand delusions.

    He offered to plead guilty. "All the charges that have been set forth I am guilty of and would like to know if I could be given a sentence as soon as possible," he wrote to prosecutors in a delicate cursive on lined notebook paper. "I only ask that you are easy on me at this time."

    First, though, a judge ordered the Georgia Department of Human Resources to immediately admit Hazelton to a state hospital for psychiatric treatment.
    For emphasis, the judge underlined "immediately."

    But almost three months later, still in the DeKalb County Jail with neither treatment nor a trial in sight, Hazelton died alone in his cell, a sheet tied around his forehead.
    Hazelton's death illustrates the defects in Georgia's forensic mental health system, according to an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The newspaper looked at the forensic system, which provides psychiatric treatment to criminal defendants, as part of a broader examination of the state's mental hospitals. Between 2002 and 2006, the Journal-Constitution determined, at least 115 state hospital patients died from neglect, abuse, poor medical care or under other suspicious circumstances.

    Like other units of the state hospitals, the forensic wards struggle with a persistent problem: too many patients, not enough beds. At times during the past year and a half, as many as 150 Georgia defendants like Hazelton have spent months on end in jail waiting for treatment in a state hospital, their legal cases on indefinite hold.
    State officials say they are trying to ease crowding in the forensic system. Eighty-three new beds for forensic patients should be available by October, reducing the waiting list to less than 50, said Kenya Bello, a spokeswoman for the Georgia Department of Human Resources, which operates the state hospitals.

    In addition, Bello said, a state law that took effect in July should relieve pressure on the hospitals. In the past, all defendants found incompetent to stand trial had to be treated in a state hospital. Under the new law, some may receive outpatient treatment instead.

    Hazelton's death followed more than a year of disregard across the criminal justice system. Over the course of seven arrests, Hazelton graduated from petty offenses to increasingly serious crimes. Yet no one —- police, judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers, Hazelton's family —- appears to have sought psychiatric treatment for the troubled teenager with a tattoo of a teardrop beneath his left eye.
    His first psychological evaluations came only after he allegedly killed a roommate and then led police on a violent chase. Both psychologists who examined Hazelton —- one hired by his lawyers, the other working for the state —- said he needed psychiatric treatment.

    As with many other mentally ill defendants, though, help continued to elude him.
    "He was just another one," said Lawrence Schneider, the DeKalb County public defender, whose office represented Hazelton. "There are a lot of Hazeltons, lots of them. He didn't stand out from the mass of people in that situation. Until he killed somebody —- and then, not that much."

    'A powder keg'

    A commission studying mental health care in Georgia concluded that county jails had become de facto psychiatric facilities, indefinitely holding people with mental illness while they waited for hospital beds.

    That was in 1916.

    Nine decades later, the same conclusion holds true.

    Jails across the state hold what sheriffs describe as a disproportionate number of prisoners who are mentally ill. Often, sheriffs say, those prisoners have committed minor crimes but need psychiatric care rather than incarceration.

    Before the recent expansions, the seven state hospitals devoted about one-third of their beds —- 387 —- to their forensic units. Those units concentrate on evaluating mentally ill criminals and getting them competent to stand trial. They also house defendants found not guilty by reason of insanity.

    Since January 2006, according to state records, the forensic units have not operated below 100 percent capacity even one month. The waiting list for a forensic bed, records show, grew from 18 in January 2006 to 73 in January this year before reaching a high of 154 this July.

    Hospital mismanagement apparently contributed to the list's growth. At West Central Georgia Regional Hospital in Columbus, for example, a recent audit found that forensic evaluations were not performed promptly and that some forensic patients were held longer than necessary.

    "This clogs the system and contributes to the need to expand the number of forensic beds," auditors wrote.

    With forensic beds so scarce, Georgia jails have replaced psychiatric institutions as the last resort for many people with mental illnesses.

    Georgia counties spend several million dollars a year on psychotropic drugs for prisoners with mental illness, the Georgia Sheriffs' Association says. Those expenses, the sheriffs say, cut into local law enforcement budgets.
    But if the jails don't hold mentally ill prisoners, "they're going to hurt themselves, their families, or another citizen," said Sheriff Mike Jolley of Harris County. "It's a powder keg."

    For troubled teen, no help

    Joshua Hazelton had begun having psychiatric problems by age 12. That year, his mother later told a psychologist who evaluated him, Hazelton killed a neighbor's cat, claiming he had heard voices telling him to do so.

    The rest of the article can be found here.
     
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    Is literacy banned as well? You can't type for jack or shit.
     
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