California Homosexual Activists Rough Up Elderly Woman, Use N-Word Against Blacks, March Through Police Blockades, Pound on Doors of Businesses, and Protest Outside Churches
Thomasson: "Homosexuals are demonstrating their intense intolerance against people of faith, people of color, and anyone who believes in real marriage between a man and a woman."
Contact: Agency Contact, 877-405-4005, Campaign for Children and Families
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 11 /Christian Newswire/ -- Homosexual activists in California have roughed up an elderly woman who believes in traditional marriage. During protests over the past several days, homosexuals angry about the passage of Proposition 8, which reserves marriage licenses for a man and a woman, have hurled the N-word against black persons walking by, marched through police blockades, pounded on doors of businesses, and protested outside churches.
View the dramatic coverage from Palm Springs' KPSP CBS 2 of 69-year-old Phyllis Burgess being assaulted, shouted at, spit at, and her cross destroyed by homosexual activists on November 7, 2008. At the urging of police, Burgess is pressing charges.
"This screaming and shouting, name-calling and pushing by homosexual activists is not unlike a small child throwing a fit because he doesn't get his way," said Randy Thomasson, president of Campaign for Children and Families, a leading California-based pro-family organization that supports marriage for one man and one woman. "The public is getting a clue that homosexual activists don't like democracy and are willing to trample anyone and anything that gets in their way."
"How is it that those who demand tolerance from others are so intolerant of the people's vote to reserve marriage for a man and a woman?" asked Thomasson. "It looks like the No on 8 activists could use some diversity training. Homosexuals are demonstrating their intense intolerance against people of faith, people of color, and anyone who believes in real marriage between a man and a woman."
"Most people are appalled by the violent, in-your-face behavior of homosexual activists," said Thomasson. "This is very different from the peaceful marches of Martin Luther King, Jr. Of course, it has to be different. Then, people of color were asking for natural civil rights; today, homosexual activists are demanding that the public endorse their unnatural sexual behavior."
Click here for documentation of homosexual activists hurling the n-word at blacks
CAMPAIGN FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (CCF) is a leading West Coast nonprofit, nonpartisan organization representing children and families. CCF stands for marriage and family, parental rights, the sanctity of human life, religious freedom, financial freedom, and back-to-basics education.