One Lonely Protestor – Or If a Bigot Falls In the Woods, Does It Make a Sound?

Quite the turnout in the protesting area set up by New York City police for those anti-gay ne’er do wells who wanted to bring hateful signs to the 800+ jubilant same-sex weddings being performed on Sunday. Just look at the thongs of crowds who showed up to tell us we’re going to hell.

July 24, 2011, Office of the City Clerk, 141 Worth Street, Manhattan. A huge crowd cheered the several hundred couples who stood in long lines to obtain marriage licenses and to get married on the spot with a waiver of the mandatory 24 hour wait. This one protester was largely ignored and his rant delivered from a distance was unheard. Later, a man who identified as Jewish, Joseph Garber, joined him in the protesters’ pen. His signs were barely legible. One read “Homo Sexuality is a Biblican sin”.

(via farmboyz)

  • Andrew

    I like how he’s trapped inside of a little cage. Very metaphorical indeed.

  • Its just me and my shaaaadowwwww!

  • bahahahaha

    one of these things is not like the other…one of these things just doesn’t belong…

  • William Bellanger

    ♫ One…is the loneliest number… ♫ 😀

  • Pathetic much ?

  • ShowMeGuy

    What a tool.

  • Someone needs to read his Bible…
    “Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fullness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy.” Ezekiel 16:49 King James Version.
    Not a single mention of homosexuality there…

  • i wonder if he read his sign.  

  • JC

    Now let us all gawk and laugh at the bigot in a cage.

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