Recently, someone forwarded to me a video that homosexual sex columnist Dan Savage appeared in on the website Funny or Die that was intended to threaten Republican Rick Santorum, with the redefining of the name "Rick".
The reason that this is concerning is because Dan Savage successfully did a smear campaign on Rick Santorum a few years ago, when he took Rick Santorum's last name and added a nasty meaning to it. I'm sorry to have to do this to you, but I must share the definition that homosexual activist Dan Savage attached to Rick Santorum's name, so you can see what I mean:
Santorum: The frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the by-product of anal sex.
Sadly, to my knowledge, Dan Savage has been able to get away with this libel and not suffer any consequences for his actions. All that you have to do is Google Rick Santorum's name and you can see the vilification.
Now, Dan Savage has launched another brutal attack on Rick Santorum – under the guise of humor – by threatening to redefine his first name, "Rick". You can see the video at Funny or Die, but be warned: It's pretty nasty.
Here's the point of me bringing this up: Despite the fact that Dan Savage, who is a very militant homosexual activist (as proven by the aforementioned actions), ironically is the very same Dan Savage that started the "It Gets Better Project" in September of 2010. The purpose of the "It Gets Better Project" is to inspire hope in young people, presumably homosexual, who are facing harassment and bullying. Yes, you read that correctly.
So let's get this straight... Homosexual sex columnist, Dan Savage, intentionally smears Republican Rick Santorum, simply because Rick states the truth about homosexual activity, so Savage intentionally libels Santorum and gets away with it, while at the same time sets up an ANTI-BULLYING PROJECT because he cares about others being bullied for being homosexual. Meanwhile, liberal outlets like CNN and The Washington Post enjoy Savage attacking Rick Santorum and make jokes about it.
Sadly, while Rick Santorum not only has a family that he needs to protect, and a job to uphold under this bullying, he also has a "Google" problem that he really can do nothing about. It's sad and yet it's not surprising because, in this perverse age that we live in, good is called evil and evil is called good. The spirit working through Dan Savage is truly seeking to kill, steal and destroy anyone, like Rick Santorum, who stands up for biblical truth.
I just wonder how much the founder of an anti-bullying campaign can actually get away with bullying anyone who does not agree with his position. If it's okay for a homosexual activist to libel a person online and then threaten to defame their first name online, and not suffer any consequences, then where is society going to draw the line?
Would it be okay for Dan Savage to burn down Rick Santorum's home? How about blow up his car? How about steal his social security number or stalk his children? How about corner Rick and rape him? How far does a homosexual activist get to go with their bullying and intimidating tactics before it's considered a threat and punishable by law or as a hate crime? I'd like to know and I'm sure that others would, too.
It is argued by those on the left, who are blinded by the spirit of the age, that homosexuals do not have special rights. The truth is that they completely have special rights. They have the right to bully, harass, intimidate, slander, vilify, libel and defame, with immunity, anyone who disagrees with the sin of homosexuality. So, the next time someone tries to convince you that there are no special rights for the homosexual community, please remember Rick Santorum and the actions of Dan Savage.
There is absolutely nothing funny about this and it's a sad commentary on civil discourse in our culture when you can start an "It Gets Better Campaign" against bullying, and then have the founder of that campaign leading one of the biggest bullying campaigns around.