by Joe Wurzelbacher

What we used to say when we were little kids, instead of “Oh, no you don’t!” We just thought it was funny and it was one of the millions of ways to give your friends crap to show friendship, display bravado, or just goof around like all kids do.

We’ve sure have come a long way:

Today, a little kid would be kicked out of school, forced into therapy, placed on a list of sexual predators, his parents investigated, be condemned and castigated by the media and have a permanent, negative file which will follow the child for who knows how long or where.

Would this affect his ability to make a living later in life or to get into college? Will he have a red flag at the NSA, the IRS, or perhaps the good folks at ObamaCare? After all, the child is clearly sick if he would feel the urge to use the phrase, “homo, you don’t!” wouldn’t he?

A quick home inspection by agents might easily find a Veteran, a Christian, a conservative, an NRA baseball cap, some Tea Party literature, a couple episodes of Duck Dynasty on the DVR, or any number of indications the child has been exposed to the type of influence John Podesta describes as a “cult worthy of Jonestown.”

“Take him away, boys.. Stick him in there with Phil…”

Well, I say; “Homo, you don’t!” – Because I’ve had it.

When did we start taking away people’s ability to make a living – to feed their families and live their lives the way they want to – all because they had the temerity to express their opinion based on the tenets of their faith? You gotta be tolerant! WE don’t have to be tolerant, but by god – sorry, by gay – YOU DO!

I feel sorry for some of my gay friends that want to live their lives in peace. These militant gay groups are creating hardships for gays that don’t want to be a poster boy for their movement. Phil didn’t set out to spread hate, he stated an opinion…

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