For someone so vociferous against the encroachment of tyrannical Sharia-based Islamicism - a worldwide Caliphate as the likes of Al-Qaeda want - destroying Western liberty & freedom, especially that espoused by the USA, you've forgotten one thing, which comes right back to your main reason for infecting FSTDT:
It's illegal in Iran & Saudi Arabia. Homosexuals are executed in those countries. And would be so in a potential world - if the likes of Al-Qaeda succeeded - ruled not by democratic Rule of Law, but by hyper-Islamic Sharia law.
You'd think that all members - No Exceptions - of right-wing Fundamentalist Christianity would consider Sharia in every conceivable way to be anathema to them, as a Sharia-based world would eliminate Christianity (PROTIP: in Saudi Arabia, it's illegal to practice any religion other than hyper-orthodox Wahhabi Islam. See?). All of it.
So what's with all the hating on LGBT people being given equal rights under the law, o pray tell? After all, homosexuality is illegal under Sharia law.
And isn't Christianity protected under democratic Rule of Law as per the US Constitution?
No mention of the 10 Commandments in the US Constitution. Nor do the words 'God', 'Jesus', 'Creator' or even 'marriage' appear in such, for that matter Look for yourself.
And yet, Theocratic Dominionist Fundamentalist Christians want no less than the 10 Commandments placed in front of every courtroom in the US, to be the very basis of Law in that country.
Sharia Law. Biblical Law. What's the difference?
Oh, yes, those words: Theocratic Dominionist. Those right-wingers who espouse such want no less than worldwide domination, imposing their religious ways upon everyone else, when conquering the US isn't sufficient; I refer you to the pic in my previous comment; the Canadian fundie with a flag. The International Christian Flag (I refer you to the words of those homeschooled kids in the documentary film "Jesus Camp" too. Yep, there's patriotism for you! [/hyper-sarcasm]). They couldn't telegraph their Theocratic Dominionist agenda more if they tried. Funny how they are all tinfoil(ass)-hatty over the UN/'NWO' & all that BS, eh?! Nope, no hypocrisy on their part, nosiree. Otherwise, why do US evangelists on broadcast media extend their own doctrines - including anti-LGBT - outside of their own country?
Al-Qaeda. Right-wing Fundamentalist Christianity. What's the difference?
In both instances, they hate Western democracy, especially it's secularism. Example:
Holland. To this day, a mainly Protestant country (as in King William of Orange), with the lowest rates of teen pregnancy in Europe, if not the world, so they must be doing it right, morally. And yet for decades right up to today, soft drug use is tolerated; also legal brothels, in it's capital Amsterdam. Oh, and not forgetting, this:
Holland's democratic Rule of Law. The US Constitution. The legal basis of that country, which guarantees the freedom of worship. The 10th Amendment of that same Constitution: essentially unless there's a specific law(s) which proscribes - i.e. makes illegal - certain activities, you can do what the fuck you like.
Now, can you say 'Talibangelist', P-G? I know you can.
People are free to worship who/how they like. The Constitution also states however, that as long as the government doesn't tell those people who/how to worship whatever/however they want, those same people don't have the fucking right to tell the government how to run the country, via it's Rule of Law: the same US Constitution that protects Christianity's right to exist in that country.
What a paradox eh, P-G?
And not seeing in that Constitution word one of homosexuality being illegal. Can you P-G?
As has been said so many times in FSTDT of right-wing fundies wanting to impose their will on everyone else, to the detriment of democratic rights of those not exactly like them: 'Why do you hate Freedom?'
'The Puritans didn't leave England to escape persecution, but to find a country in which they could freely persecute others'
'For happily the Government of the United States, which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance, requires only that they who live under its protection should demean themselves as good citizens, in giving it on all occasions their effectual support.'
Holland. UK. USA. These countries have Muslims within their populations. Question: Does Sharia Law exist in these countries, to the extent that their original & existing constitutions/democratic Rule(s) of Law have been completely eliminated? (PROTIP: The opposition to the Hijab in France. What a paradox II eh, P-G?!)
The IRA in the UK for 30 years. Timothy McVeigh, Eric Robert Rudolph, Scott Roeder et al in the US.
Islamists. Right-wing Fundamentalist Christians.
Nope, still not seeing any difference.
...meanwhile, LGBT people in the US demean themselves as good citizens, in giving it on all occasions their effectual support.
As was asked of Bryan Fischite, I therefore ask the same question of you, P-G: how has LGBT people & their culture affected you personally; physically, psychologically (and no 'Because it's icky!' is invalid), and lifestyle-wise?
How have they been bad citizens to you & your fundie ilk, considering what happened in [i]Protestant[/i] Christian Holland just over a decade ago...?!
There are Christians who don't consider you and all your ilk to be Christian.