The LGBT movement in the US has had so many victories over the past few years, that they somehow have the impression that other countries should just naturally bow down and succumb to their threats to boycott the treatment of gays in other countries. Right now, there are more than 60 countries in our world who have some laws in place against homosexuality! And, I seriously doubt if Russia backs down just because the Rainbow Community snaps their fingers and says to do it! SEE: http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/201...russian-vodka-in-protest-to-anti-gay-law?lite ALSO, just in a graphic video, but it shows the world is getting riled with Russia - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/...id7|htmlws-main-bb|dl23|sec1_lnk3&pLid=352978 I have a sneaky suspicion that Russia's pre-Olympic announcement on their stand against homosexuality being accepted at the Sochi Olympics may be more of a "stirring the pot" thing! How many of you remember being told by your parents, or school, that a certain behavior would not be tolerated [example, skirts had to be no more than one inch above the knee-do you remember that one?], or else? Well, I have a feeling that by announcing the passing of this law, which was enacted in June, and discussing its ban of “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations,” to include gay pride events and speaking about homosexuality within earshot of children, is more of a taunt by Russian officials; and A DARE. I think the LGBT folks will take this dare and double it down! How many of you believe as I do, that gay activists and athletes will be looking forward to testing the Russians and even making a farce of this new anti-gay law by doing just what they've been said won't be tolerated. I say, welcome to the world of having morals and values protected by a major nations laws. It may be a little foreign for those in the "Rainbow" community to understand or take, but when in Russia, they will be held accountable to Russian laws. No more decadent Western morals and values, at least during the Olympic run! It should be an interesting Olympics, after all? What say you???