“Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That”

One of my favorite commentators, identified only as Humpty Dumpty, has several times responded to this post. In his responses he says things like this:

The Gay marriage suits that have been filed were a travesty of justice, and an abuse of the legal system. It mostly involved forum shopping, and unethical practice. The homos would sue in virtually every jurisdiction they could find, eventually hitting pay dirt in Hawaii. By paydirt, I mean a judge willing to throw away 6,000 of human history and creating a new, magic right of sodomites to be ‘married.’ . . .

The gay lobby knew that the majority would never, ever vote willingly for gay marriage, because it is absurd and has no policy justification, as well as repugnant to most people. So in comes the torrent of law suits, and the eventual left-wing hippie judge that rules in favor of the gays and against all precedent.

These are typical. He spends a lot of time and energy complaining about “the homos.” So naturally I finally asked him this:

you’re gay aren’t you? go ahead, you can tell us, we won’t make fun of you. embrace yourself. no-one else will.

His response? Here it is, in full:

More ad hominem.

More proof that you are unable to gather enough intelligence and maturity for a legitimate argument. Did you actually graduate from an accredited law school? I find it hard to believe that someone with an advanced degree and three years of legal reasoning training would base his argument of supporting ‘gay’ marriage with the old canard of anyone who opposes the gay lobby MUST be gay. Believe it or not, the vast majority of people oppose gay marriage, and yet are not gay, and even so it has nothing to do with the case. For example, one can be black and yet oppose affirmative action.

I have to say that I am surprised by this blogger and the others here. I expected some kind of rational discussion from different viewpoints. instead, the responses range from “you are larry darby” (False and irrelevant to my arguments’ sake) to “You are stupid” and now, worst of all, “you are gay” (with additional grade-school level smugness added).

Right or wrong, liberal or conservative, you, whoever you are, are utterly unable to maturely and intelligently argue a point.

You equate restrictions on illegal ILLEGAL immigration to be “bashing” but cannot define the word you use, nor back up your argument with either reasoning or evidence. You think convicted criminals will be good citizens again only if their voting rights are restored. On all these points and others I have challenged you and you have been unable to anything either than repeat your original empty assertion, or begin a series of logical fallacies, mostly ad homimen (the easiest, least effective, and least mature) but with many red herrings thrown in.

Based on your reasoning (lack of) skills demonstrated in both your original posts and responses, you, ’sir’, are you an utterly pathetic excuse for a lawyer and an adult.

“Your Honor, move to strike as non-responsive.” He did not answer my question. He didn’t deny that he’s gay. Instead he acts all insulted and superior. I think he’s trying to distract us. But I won’t be fooled. Humpty is gay. I bet he is also an illegal immigrant. And a Democrat.

Not that there is anything wrong with that.

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4 Comments on ““Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That””

  1. Kathy Says:

    Well, we’re pretty sure he’s Larry Darby, so I guess that makes him a nominal (if unwelcome) Democrat. He has an interesting concept of our government’s responsibility to its people.

    It’s my understanding that the three-pronged structure helps to protect those in the minority from the “tyranny of the majority”. I’m sure it would be possible, for example, to get a majority in some parts of this country to vote to enforce the Biblical injunction to put to death those who work on the Sabbath and to designate it as Sunday, violating the prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment and the equal protection clause and probably some other constitutional clauses as well. I know you hate Jews, Larry, but this would also adversely affect atheists, who are still a minority in the US. Would you consider a court challenge to a law like that to be “judicial activism”?

  2. quaoar Says:

    To Humpty Dumpty:

    Where in the New Testament does Jesus say that homosexuality is a sin?

    My Bible oddly omits any such reference.

  3. Dan Says:

    Wheeler, if you know how to do an arin search on his IP, see if he’s around Huntsville, maybe using an IP address assigned to Knology, Inc. There’s a pretty crazy pattern going on here. Either all of these gay-hating-Jew-Haters are the same person or there’s a neo-Nazi group in Huntsville (who all use the same ISP) bent on taking over the Bama blogosphere.

  4. Dan Says:

    To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.
    –Thomas Paine


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