KKK plans protest at Dollywood on unofficial gay day
Posted Wednesday, May 19, 2004 8:27 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Members of the Ku Klux Klan say they plan to stage a protest outside the Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., on Saturday, where several thousand gay and lesbian parkgoers are expected for a ''Gay Day'' event. About 20 protesters are expected.
I can drive a half-hour outside of Gainesville (Gay-nesville)in virtually any direction and run into this kind of "moral superiority"....easy to spot, they generally have *rebel flags* somewhere on their vehicles.
I guess being morally superior is all you get when you're a mental GIANT like those guys wearing white hoods, huh? ;)
I was lied to, they told me KKK was the Kentucky Kingdom Klub and we were going to hand out free passes to Six Flags. This explains the stupid uniforms. Who do I write to in order to get my membership fee back?
So many problems in this world are caused by the herd-instinct.
Wow I didn't know anyone still took the KKK seriously or even tolerated them for that matter, either way this has the ability to get ugly given the rep of the KKK *** This post was edited by Flashback0978 5/19/2004 11:21:54 AM ***
It was a story about a town that was being pressured to move its nativity scene from the town hall, town park, or where ever. The local KKK kook showed up with a protest sign. The interview went something like this:
Reporter: A member of the KKK was protesting the decision to move the nativity scene from the property...
KKK member: I'm here because this is a Christian country founded on Christian values... I think that the town should be allowed to keep the manorah on display.
Reporter: Do you mean Manger?
KKK member: Yeah...
I mean come on... labeling your self a hate filled biggot is bad enough... AT the very least know the symbolism you are supporting... and if you can't do that, AT THE VERY LEAST don't get it confused with a symbol of one of the groups that your group "hates".
(... then there was the story of the exceptionally dumb klansman [okay, that is redundant, I know] who kept getting tangled up in his fitted sheet...)
*** This post was edited by SLFAKE 5/19/2004 11:40:43 AM ***
Jeff said: "Hard to believe this kind of thing still goes on." --------------------------------------------------------- Ever been to Cincinnati? What's even harder to beleive is that Cincinnati allows the KKK to hold a public demonstration on Fountain Square every year.