I don’t care what you think about gay marriage. I don’t care what you think about homosexuality. The church doesn’t hate homosexuals. I don’t hate homosexuals. As individuals. As humans beings. We are tasked with loving all people, and I do, as individuals, each one, from conception to death, and their human dignity should always be respected. No one should ever harass or bully anyone because of their sexual orientation. I don’t condemn them. I certainly don’t hate them. Indeed, many in the public eye have distinguished themselves as intelligent, fair-minded, talented beyond belief. I respect those qualities in anyone.
But, I draw the line at becoming yet another nauseating cheerleader for the LGBT movement, which is a political movement just as far out, just as extreme as they accuse the Tea Party of being. The hypocrisy is ludicrous. In late 2012 a Gallup poll says:
“Measuring sexual orientation and gender identity can be challenging since these concepts involve complex social and cultural patterns. As a group still subject to social stigma, many of those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender may not be forthcoming about this identity when asked about it in a survey. Therefore, it’s likely that some Americans in what is commonly referred to as “the closet” would not be included in the estimates derived from the Gallup interviews. Thus, the 3.4% estimate can best be represented as adult Americans who publicly identify themselves as part of the LGBT community when asked in a survey context.”
Check out the full survey results over at Gallup.
That is a far cry from being “normal.” You could argue “natural” as it does occur in some animals as well, but “normal?” That’s a real leap. A stretch beyond belief!
The Tea Party seeks to restore a semblance of Constitutional rights for the entire nation, to restore fiscal sanity, to hold government accountable for abuses and seeks protection of our God given individual rights to prosper, to thrive, to choose our own way without big government coercion, leaving some semblance of liberty for our posterity to enjoy long after we are gone. These are the values Americans have fought and died for on battlefields across the world. These are the concepts and protections we need to preserve and conserve for our posterity.
Yet – Tea Party is EXTREME??? A threat???
The values and principles upon which our nation was founded are EXTREME??
Pardon, while I describe what I find extreme!
EXTREME is the LGBT movement that actively seeks to subvert teachings of regular church going families, and corrupt the minds of their children. EXTREME is organized groups approaching almost all industries and coercing them to demonstrate their approval of deviancy* by extorting charitable funds and having them stick their label of approval everywhere. EXTREME is getting at our children while they are so young they don’t have a clue what sex even is, and making sure they approve of deviant behavior. EXTREME is pressuring media people and organizations to side with their causes, and provide the illusion that that deviant behavior is “natural” and perfectly OK. EXTREME is pressuring entertainment industry folks to include homosexuals and homosexual themes into practically every show or movie you see these days.
EXTREME is telling all those straight people that it is THEY who are AWFUL TERRIBLE HATERS and WRONG if they aren’t an active part of the LGBT cheerleading party! Turning up down, and down up! Claiming it’s “love” and so wonderful and sweet! Those INTOLERANT, EVIL HATERS who don’t APPROVE or who aren’t on the cheerleading bandwagon for “gay marriage” are just HATEFUL!
EXTREME is acting out against any Christians who might put voice to their faith and calling THEM EVIL!
Christians are persuaded each time they attend church services to love their neighbor, to love others as they love themselves, and the many fine institutions they have built to aid the poor, hungry, and vulnerable are monuments to that faith. By their fruits you will know them. The institutions of higher learning, the volumes of inspirational books and music to uplift the spirit of man, to aid in his wellbeing, these have for 235 years or so been the bedrock foundation of the goodness of the American people. The willingness to give aid in trying times to many who are not even of the same faith, race, or persuasion is the very fundamental basis of our human nature, and our human values. The family, mother, father and offspring has been blessed and aided by Judeo Christian values since the time of Christ. Marriage is a sacrament, a holy union between those two for the purpose of nurturing young. Yet they are attacked viciously and called offensive names such HATERS in the name of the LGBT movement if they hold true to their beliefs about the sacrament of “marriage.”
That’s not only EXTREME it’s also INTOLERANT!
Today, I saw a video called “Children react to gay marriage” and was stunned by the artful way these youngsters are led to think – Oh, yeah! That’s ok, people who don’t think this is great are hateful. Art. Art used to imitate life. Today, life is expected, led, influenced to imitate art. I was sickened.
And I haven’t even started on UN Agenda21, or Common Core Standards which will begin sexual education (this type) in kindergarten and first grade.
*deviancy – outside the social norm. It fits.