Tuesday, April 27, 2010

A Conservative Party candidate has been suspended after making "deeply offensive" comments about homosexuality on his website

I see nothing wrong in what Philip Larder has said about Homosexuals he has echoed the voice of the great majority of British. Nobody wants to return to the bad old days of Homosexuals being persecuted but the rest of us must be allowed our opinion. The Pre Occupation of all political parties with homosexuals is nauseating; the Homosexual lobby is so powerful it now influences political policy and has gone beyond equal rights it now has gained preferential treatment over normal sexed people. The country need the best it can get irrelevant of sexual preference the question should not even be asked
I will still vote Conservative because I still think they are the best of a very bad bunch

Philip Lardner was standing in the Scottish constituency of North Ayrshire and Arran.
On the website, Mr Lardner said he would tolerate "common sense equality and respect" for gay people but "will not accept that their behaviour is 'normal' or encourage children to indulge in it."
He also supported the law known as Section 28 which was repealed in 2003.
"The promotion of homosexuality by public bodies...was correctly outlawed by Mrs Thatcher's government. Toleration and understanding is one thing, but state-promotion of homosexuality is quite another," he wrote.
His comments, entitled "what do I believe in?" continued: "Christians (and most of the population) believe homosexuality to be somewhere between 'unfortunate' and simply 'wrong' and they should not be penalised for politely saying so - good manners count too, of course.
"The current 'law' is wrong and must be overturned in the interests of freedom as well as Christian values."
Andrew Fulton, the party's chairman in Scotland, said: "The views expressed by Philip Lardner, the candidate for North Ayrshire and Arran, are deeply offensive and unacceptable and as a result he has been suspended as a member of the Conservative party.
"We therefore do not support Mr Lardner's candidacy in the North Ayrshire and

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