Here is a question posed to a Christian over at IsGodImaginary.com :
"Please clarify: Do you support the death penalty for practicing homosexuals? Being as clear as possible here: If your local Congressman drafted a bill that said all practicing homosexuals should be hunted down and put to death, would you support the bill? Were this outrageous bill put into practice and this nation-wide genocide actually conducted, would you support it?"
The Christian's response:
"It wouldn't fit the American form of government at all. We wrote our constitution to say that our rights come from God, but not to say that we are responsible to be pleasing to God. I would not support death penalty legislation in any country that claims to be religiously/spiritually neutral. I would however severely limit the exposure of people to homosexuality, especially children. (I would support legislation that suppressed the homosexual movement for marriage rights as criminally obscene). Yes, I used that strong language for a reason. Yes, I meant it. But you are absolutely right that adultery also deserves death, and we ought to have mercy. But lawlessness and mercy are different."
This is another good reason we need to drive a proverbial stake into the heart of Christianity. Christianity is an intolerant religion which justifies homophobia and leads people to believe that homosexuality is "criminally obscene" and that the only reason we don't shouldn't put gays to death is because it "wouldn't fit the American government". Any ideology which does that is fundamentally wicked and has no place in modern society.