What? All I remember is you defending Card and complaining about political correctness. You can't keep aligning yourself with those who say bigoted things and then act shocked when you're called on it.
I wasn't defending Card, I was defending free speech. Something you will never be able to understand as your brain is stuck in this ridiculous false dilemma of Democrats vs Republicans. If any gay person has been offended by my posts then that is a shame, but I've said nothing remotely homophobic.
I support free speech and free sexual expression. I think Orson Scott Card should be able to insult gay people, and I think men should openly be able to fuck in the streets. You, on the other hand, try to prove how tolerant and neo-liberal you are by shitting on other people and declaring homophobia where there evidently is none.
By all means accuse me of being cantankerous, bitter, or mean-spirited towards Mr. Miller as an individual, but calling me a bigot or homophobe is just disgraceful.
Guy Gardner wrote:
Sure you can.
It's called hypocrisy.
Put up or shut up, what have I said that is hypocritical?