Klingenschmitt’s Bizarre Argument for Discrimination

Our old friend Gordon Klingenschmitt makes a truly bizarre argument in favor of discrimination, citing, of all people, Martin Luther King. Because King said we should be judged by the content of our character and gay people lack character. And therefore this somehow, weirdly, punishes Martin Luther King. Okay, just watch it.

httpv://youtu.be/rR–at2Z_gI

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  • Rev. BigDumbChimp

    How fired up is he he scored the Obey God phone number…

    Oh wait was there something of substance he had I was supposed to be watching?

    I got distracted.

  • Olav

    Ed:

    Okay, just watch it.

    No thanks, I will take your word for it 😉

  • http://polrant@blogspot.com democommie

    “Klingenschmitt’s Bizarre Argument for Discrimination.”

    Putting “Bizarre” in that header is as necessary as giving tranquilizers to a three-toed sloth.

    Paint it any color you want, OuttahisGourdo IS fucking delusional. On the Barry Goldwater–(AZ-Conservative) to the intellectual vacuum territory of Pornstache Joe Farah, Vicki J., Glennie Blek and Brian Fischer I think that Guano Klingingshit is, on a scale of 1-10 (10 being way, way fucked-in-the-skull) a nice, round decillion*.

    Having said that I don’t think that he’s “nuts”. I see him as a complete shit-head who happens to be lying, fucking piece-of-shit sociopath who just happens to be doing his lying for JESUS–well JESUS and the collection plate.

    Not that I wish to hear from him but did Liar-for-JESUS life member and chapter captain, JD, lose his intertoobz privileges? That would be GOOD thing.

    * 1. The cardinal number equal to 10 33. 2. Chiefly British The cardinal number equal to 10 60. [Latin decem, ten; see deci-+ (m)illion.] (Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/decillion)

  • http://www.facebook.com/dave.maier.79 Dave Maier

    What Olav said.

  • daved

    Ed Brayton: watching Gordon Klingenschmitt so you don’t have to!

  • John Pieret

    “When these confusing statutes now try to redefine discrimination and say that you can no longer discriminate against character … that anyone who discriminates against character is guilty of discrimination and therefore ought to be discriminated against, they’re actually saying Martin Luther King himself ought to be punished for his views, and that’s not right.”

    That’s perfectly clear: keeping Klingenschmitt from discrimianating against others is discrimination against him because he is discriminating based on those peoples’ character, while you’re discriminating against him base on his character …

    I’ll come in again …

  • exdrone

    If Klingenschmitt is advocating for discriminating against people based on their character, I take it that he doesn’t realize that he’s going to be on the losing end of that deal.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    That can’t be him. He’s not in uniform.

  • magistramarla

    Our local paper never fails to run an editorial authored by Klingenschmitt in a prominent place. No wonder our local group of tea-partiers are so rabid!