It has nothing to with the color of thier skin.
But there was a concerted effort to get mormons and other religious groups to vote for prop 8, that was my point. Religious groups are organising to support things like this, ergo why would I criticise black people for supporting it when it is the actions of individuals, not a concerted effort to get all black people to vote this way. If The Black Panthers had done this "all black people must vote on this issue and vote the way we want" then I would criticise them too. You're kind of losing the point.
Again it has nothing to do with black, white or polka dot. Why are you twisting my words into a race issue?
You made it a race issue by asking why I wasn't criticising black people who supported proposition 8. YOU made it sound as though there was a concerted effort to get black Americans to vote a certain way. Point is, they were not voting that way because they are black but religious groups voted that way because of their religion.
You did not answer the reaction or rather, non-reaction of the gay movement toward the result of the majority of african-americans voting for Prop8.
Because as we just ascertained, skin colour is irrelevant. It would only have been relevant if there was a concerted effort to politicse black people to vote a certain way. There wasn't so why are you arguing?
Are you so dense that you cannot tell the difference?
No it is you who twisting my comments.I SAID that sexual relations between a husband and a wife...Within the confines of marraige, love and fidelity...are the best preventive measures against sexual related diseases
Well it isn't. A married man can still pass AIDS to his wife and a CONDOM, not a piece of paper that says they are married, is the best preventive measure against such a transmission. Once again, basic biology still proves elusive to you.
from a result of extramaritial sexual relationships be it multiple partners/infidelity/fornication etc...etc.
"Fornication" and infidelity are not the only methods by which a human can acquire AIDS. What about a man who was raped by another man? What about a man who contracts it through blood transfusion? Or who was born with it? A marriage certificate will not prevent AIDS transmission but a condom will.
I'm not going to bother with on this subject any more. It is not relevant to the thread.