by Moody Adams
Kobe mouthed an offensive remark about homosexuals without actually saying it and the reaction is huge.

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, said it was "a disgrace for Kobe Bryant to use such horribly offensive and distasteful language."

Kobe apologized, but offended homosexuals say it did not go far enough.

Only 1.7 percent of Americans are homosexuals, yet over 200 million are Christians; but Christians are routinely offended by the endless flood of blasphemy spewing from athletic events.

The Bible says, "Thou shalt not take the name of God in vain." Every true Christians is offended when people blaspheme His holy name.

I am deeply offended by their blasphemy and want to know when athletes and coaches are going to stop it.

If an athlete or coach stands up at school events and praises the name of Jesus, it is an outrageous violation of separation of church and state. But they can stand up and curse the name of Jesus and that is perfectly acceptable.

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