Dan Savage’s recent berating and bullying of Christian high school students is nothing new for him, he’s been doing it for years and the liberal media has looked the other way and heaped praise on him for his anti-bullying efforts all while he relentlessly bullies, mocks and degrades people he disagrees with — who are just about all Christians.
ARLINGTON — Hundreds of Texas educators, politicians and LGBT activists attended the White House LGBT Conference on Safe Schools and Communities to hear about the Obama administration’s efforts to fight bullying and prevent hate crimes and to discuss local progress. [...]
Holder said the administration has “created a record we can all be proud of” in terms of protecting LGBT rights and “a sense of momentum that today we stand poised to build upon.”
“This morning I’m proud to join you in affirming a very simple truth and renewing this administration’s commitment, as well as my own, to an essential idea that no one, no one, deserves to be bullied, harassed or victimized because of who they are, how they worship or, and hear it when I say it now, or who they love,” Holder said.
Holder said the “It Gets Better” campaign is more than a slogan, but something the administration is backing up with “robust action,” like the five-year settlement with the Anoka-Hennepin school district reached March 5.
Rick Santorum is a good example, he made a comment Savage didn’t like and then spent the next nine years bullying him online with sexually explicit terms. If you Googled “Santorum” up until very recently you’d get a website that described him as “the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex” thanks to Dan Savage’s unrelenting online bullying campaign against him. Classy guy, eh?
In May 2003, sex columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage held a contest among his readers to create a definition for the word “santorum”, as a response to comments by then-U.S. Senator Rick Santorum during an interview with the Associated Press that had been criticized as anti-gay. Savage announced the winning entry, which defined “santorum” as “the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex.” He created a web site, spreadingsantorum.com (and santorum.com), to promote the definition, which became a prominent search result for Santorum’s name on several web search engines.
In 2010 Savage offered to take the site down if Santorum donated US$5 million to Freedom to Marry, a group advocating legal recognition of same-sex marriages. In September 2011 Santorum asked Google to remove the definition from its search engine index. Google refused, responding that the company does not remove content from search results except in very limited circumstances.