If you didn't click the link, the gist is:
Popular Country-music group releases song to radio. Song describes feelings of jealousy expressed by female narrator for another female, who is now the object of affection of narrators ex-significant other. Absurd outcome: Country-music fans mount campaign to kibosh song's airplay/chart ascension. Based on their inability to understand lyrics/english, listeners fear song spreads Gay agenda.
It doesn't really surprise me that people would make judgements after hearing only a VERY small portion of the story. Why get all the facts? That would take too much of their precious time. Even if they did understand the song's meaning, would it matter anyway? Do they hear what they want to hear so they feel justified in their close-minded, out-dated, "I was raised this way, so why would I change" beliefs?
I try not to judge people, but it's tough. I can rarely keep my mouth shut when I have a really stupid thing to say. I feel their pain. However, doing so would make me just as biggoted and intolerant as the morons who are worried about a gay agenda being spread throughout our civilized and educated 21st century culture. We're SO beyond that these days. Right?