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Whited Sepulchre Neil Clark Warren of eHarmony blames homosexuals for threats FROM CHRISTIANS

February 15, 2013
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Neil Clark Warren, target of his own people for his non-discrimination

So let’s get this straight (pardon the word). Neil Clark Warren is throwing a tantrum (see this article, Same-sex marriage damaged eHarmony, according to founder). First, he whines because New Jersey law said he had to quit discriminating against his fellow citizens (who happened to be gay or lesbian) and had to offer an equivalent version of his dating service, eHarmony, to people who weren’t Just Like Him.

Warren voluntarily left his little niche of offering dating services only to Christians and took the service secular (obviously looking for more cash), but he didn’t want to have to obey the laws of the land in regard to discrimination. He didn’t want “those people” anywhere near his business. (How Christlike!)

And then, once the law had ruled, and poor persecuted little Warren set up Compatible Partners, a same-sex site, “we literally had to hire guards to protect our lives because the people were so hurt and angry with us, were Christian people, who feel that it’s a violation to scripture.” He got threats from his own “Christian” people for obeying the law of the land and treating all citizens equally.

Self-righteous bigoted little old white-man twits, who rend each other and eat each other alive for every doctrinal difference, large or small (oh, for the good old days when they used to be able to burn each other at the stake!), and then blame the people they have victimized for their own woes, inflicted by their own people.

eHarmony may no longer be “Christian,” but it certainly retains the stench of the self-righteous chest-beating Phariseeism of the old, white right-wingers who love to be cruel to people in the name of Jesus. Wonder what Jesus would have to say about that? Perhaps poor little whiny Neil Clark Warren should read Matthew 7, to find out.

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