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  1. doris D says:

    I just hear Kenny compare a gay person to a “thief, and adulterer, someone who doesn’t pay his student loans.” This is unbelievable. Comparing being gay to a moral failing? He owes everyone an apology. Tell him, Charles.

    • Karl says:

      Doris… Kenny’s comments are completely accurate in his comparison of someone being gay to other moral failings because that is a fact (Leviticus 18:22 KJV). To be completely balanced each of those examples are all sins or disobeying commandments that should be viewed as equal offences. Kenny does not owe anyone an apology for being honest and stating what is clearly outlined in the Bible, homosexuality is a choice and just because many in our society are too concerned with being “politically correct” and afraid to call a sin wrong because of fearing the media backlash or potential negative financial impacts doesn’t mean that Kenny should ignore his moral compass. I believe that Jason Collins and other gay/homosexuals should not be discriminated against; however, everyone else should not be forced to conform with individuals who are either unaware of the will of God, confused, or blatantly defiant. Please don’t misinterpret my response as hate…I’m simply trying to offer a response that may educate, enlighten, and elevate on a topic that many are confused about.

    • bryce says:

      this is not a gay forum, talk about the NBA

  2. Elis Giaz says:

    Shaq is right of being tough on Dwight. Charles is right also. Dwight is 27 years old with a tremendous physic. But he should learn from Mark Gasol, Nicola Pekovic etc about post up moves. Something is “wrong” with Big Guys in USA. Drummond is a great physical speciment but also very raw. I hope Charles, Kenny and Shaq give young guns a hard time.

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