Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Anti Gay Cereal Arsonist And Chick Fil A Spokesman Both Die Of Heart Attacks

General Mills Protester Michael Leisner
Michael Leisner is the second high profile Anti Gay "activist" who has recently died of a heart attack.  The first was Chick Fil A chief Spokesman Don Perry.  My condolences to both families.  


What do you suppose anti gay extremists would have said if both of these men were pro gay activists?  Do you think the right wing religious zealots would have called this God's judgement?
Michael Leisner, the gay marriage opponent who received national attention after video of his failed protest at General Mills went viral, has died, according to police.
The pastor at Leisner's church in Minnesota told the Smoking Gun that the 65-year-old died of a heart attack in his car on Saturday "while waiting in his car for two of his children to finish playing tennis."
Leisner's protest, which was aimed at General Mills' support of same-sex marriage, was posted to YouTube on Aug. 5. It shows the man igniting a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios on the lawn at the corporation's headquarters in Golden Valley, Minn. However, the fire gets out of control, and he is forced to abort the demonstration and flee the scene.

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