Dear Ishma, An open letter to NC State’s most outspoken gay hater / ‘Christian’ soldier


Dear Ishma Pinckney,

Although I generally appreciate outspoken people, I cannot appreciate the despicable things you have said in regards to the proposed LGBT Center at NC State in the “Students Against NCSU LGBT Center” Facebook group. The same holds true for the horribly bigoted and prejudiced things many other people have said as well, although you tend to be the one with the most anti-gay rhetoric.

I know you all are upset about the NC State Senate decision to support the LGBT Center but that’s the way it goes. The majority may rule, but not at the expense of the minority and, in this case, it was proven the minority was in need of help and the Senate concurred. Welcome to America.

Just to let you know, my last name is “Comer,” not “colmer,” as you state in one of your posts. I would also suggest that you learn some better grammar and become a little bit more literate. Since you do happen to go to one of the finest education institutions in the state, I’m sure that while you are spending your time bashing gay people because the Bible says they should be put to “DEATH,” you can get some fine education on language and writing skills. People are less likely to take you seriously if you sound dumb (which says nothing about your real intelligence, just how it looks to others). The same advice goes for almost every person in your Facebook group who obviously lack the most basic forms of grammar and literacy skills like spelling and creating complete sentences.

You wonder why you were reported to student conduct? Have you ever stopped to think that maybe it was because you were advocating the death of a certain group of people? Yeah… maybe that’s the reason.

Your “war” for Christ and morality has no place in the public square. In case you missed it during grade school, America has this wonderful little thing called the Establishment Clause. The Government (and all its institutions like public universities, including NC State) aren’t allowed to use religious rhetoric or beliefs in crafting public policy. I’m sorry. It sucks. I know. Maybe an Islamo-fascist state with no such Constitutional separation of Church and State would be a good fit for you?

As for being upset about the fact that I’ve re-posted the bigoted and prejudiced comments of you and your anti-gay, NC State buddies, what can I say? You chose to put your thoughts in a public square. The internet isn’t private you know. You shouldn’t expect that people won’t read your comments or discuss them further. If you think you have the right to make “war” on what you see as “unmoral” and “unholy,” then what is stopping me from shining the light on your virulent, violent anti-gay hate and bigotry? The answer: Nothing.

Well, I must be off. Maybe I’ll get around to posting another daily dose of bigotry and hate from NC State before the day is over. In case you’ve missed the previous installments, you can view them all right here.

Good Day and God Bless (yes… believe or not, I’m a “borned-again Christian” just like you!)

Matt Hill Comer (see that? no “L”)

P.S. – Ishma, you back up one of your anti-gay buddies by saying, “if they [homosexuals] where meant to be they would be able to reproduce.” Answer me this Ishma: Are infertile straight people who can’t reproduce “meant to be” or do you have some other off-the-wall, uneducated, bigoted excuse for that, too?

P.P.S – I would also suggest that you read the official University proposal for the LGBT Center (PDF). You might learn something. Oh, nevermind. You don’t want to learn or broaden your perspective, that’s right.

P.P.P.S (Oh, I just can’t stop) – I wonder if he can take the heat? He sure can dish it out quite nicely. See, that is the problem with anti-gay, religious right, radical fanatics like Ishma: They can talk the talk and, sometimes, walk the walk, but they can’t stand it when their opposition stands up for equality and to demand full humanity.

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6 Responses to “Dear Ishma, An open letter to NC State’s most outspoken gay hater / ‘Christian’ soldier”
  1. Natasha Sell says:

    Matt,

    I’m very proud of you. I was worried that you were going to let all the comments get to you and fester inside of you. I’m glad you’re taking a proactive approach instead of a negative one. I know its easy to fly off the handle in situations like this, but you have shown a lot of poise and self restraint. I admire you for that!

  2. Matt says:

    Hey Natasha… Thanks for the kind words. I’m not going to fly off the handle. I think I’m just going to do my best to show what kind of ignorance and bigotry is coming out of NC State these days. Did you know that in years past an effigy of the president of NC State’s LGBT student group has been hanged on campus? It’s pretty sad.

    Ishma refuses to debate me in an open forum. After my letter he went back to comment on the facebook group and asked me to provide Biblical references to my arguments. I don’t understand what kind of references he wants for my arguments because, #1 my arguments weren’t based on religion and, #2 the facebook group is closed to non-NC State-ers (meaning we can’t have a back-and-forth conversation). I was dead-on about Ishma (and others like him – like DeAndre’ who also went back and commented in the facebook group instead of a completely open forum) in my P.P.P.S.

    The NC State Student Senate may have a student forum on the issue of the LGBT center. I think I’ll go and listen in if they do, wanna join me Natasha?

  3. Caitlin says:

    Well said Matt and I agree with Natasha. You bring up a very good point as well.

    “[…] Why do DeAndre’ and Ishma, African-American men, think it is okay to use words like fag and faggot? How would they react if a white person used the “N-word” to describe them or to refer to them? I don’t know the answer, because I’m not in their minds, but I could take an educated guess. […]”

    I’ve actually witnessed that on my bus last year and the reactions were not pretty. It started a fist fight. So I believe your educated guess is more than likely correct.

  4. Phillip B says:

    Gay is the new Black.

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