Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Conservatives abandoning the marriage issue

Glenn Beck doesn't see how gay marriage threatens America. Ann Coulter will address HOMOCON 2010, a convention of gay Repuglicans and CPAC allowed GOProud, despite protests from legitimate conservatives,  to support their convention. Conservative leaders are bailing out on one of the crucial moral issues of our time, the Judeo Christian view, held for millenia, that marriage is between one man and one woman. In his World Net Daily article, David Kupelian states.
Very simply, most people in today's America, including conservatives, are afraid of "the gay issue." Although most know deep down there's something wrong with homosexuality, they don't want to be called "intolerant," "bigoted," "hateful" or "homophobic." Even though they don't really want open gays in the military, and disapprove of same-sex marriage, are repulsed by Obama's appointment of notorious gay activist Kevin Jennings as the nation's "safe schools" czar, and on and on – the "gay issue" no longer registers on their radar screen as one on which they should take a public stand.
The homosexual jamming, the constant drumbeat calling opponents haters, homophobes and intolerant is starting to take effect. Even though whenever Americans vote on gay marriage, traditional marriage wins, we are losing the hearts and minds of the leaders, who are selling out for the easier route of acceptance. Kupelian's excellent article details how Dr Bernard Nathanson led a similar public relations campaign, using falsified data about back alley abortion deaths to sway American public opinion towards legalizing abortion in prepartion for Roe v Wade in 1973.
Now we find another landmark decision, on Proposition 8, though it was temporarily upheld, will inevitably be heading for the Supreme Court, where newly appointed gay activist Justice Elena Kagan awaits,  while homosexual activists pave the way by a concentrated propaganda campaign on every level of society.
This campaign has been going on for decades, in the media. TV shows and movies have included sympathetic portraits of gays, both single and in couples, and 'lessons' about tolerance. Children are already being taught tolerance in school, and soon we will find it illegal to state the Christian view that homosexual activity is a sin.
 Observe how I was attacked when I said I was shopping at Lowe's  because of Home Depot's support of the gay agenda, homosexualists sought out my blog and attacked, with vicious ad-hominem attacks on my character. It is unpleasant to stand up for marriage today, you have to deal with such attacks, but at least you aren't arrested herefor such a statement,  like you are in Canada. Yet.

If we fail to defend marriage like we failed to defend the unborn in the 70's, our children will live in a society completely hostile to the moral values of the Bible, where Americans, lost in the pursuit of their sinful desires, become increasingly dependent on the government to provide "bread and circuses" (sustenence and mindless entertainment) as we hand over our liberty to dictators. We dull our consciences at the cost of our own freedom to follow Godly lives.
Read the entire article on World Net Daily.

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6 comments:

Tertium Quid said...

A homosexual writer recently admitted that gay marriage by judicial fiat will give the issue all the conclusiveness of Roe v. Wade. By 1973, the largest states had liberalized abortion laws, and the most conservative states seldom enforced the criminal sanctions. The U.S. Supreme Court killed the ongoing public dialogue about when life begins and destroyed the authority of the states to determine life issues. If the courts of appeal determine that gay marriage is a constitutional right against the face of public referenda, we are going to have another generation of judicial troubles. Nonetheless, I have a hard time seeing the 9th Circuit overturn the District Court. At the Supreme Court, the only chance is for Justice Kennedy to decide that though gay marriage cannot have criminal sanction, it is not a 14th-Amendment right.

I am becoming more Jacksonian as the years go by. As Russell Kirk said, "After Judges comes Kings." The people of the states need to have the right to define life, death, family, marriage, and community.

Leticia said...

Excellent assesment of the problem and the probable outcome, Tertium, I concur.

kkollwitz said...

Glenn Beck probably thinks artificial contraception isn't a problem, either.

Anonymous said...

This is an interesting blog you have here. I just stumbled upon it when clicking on next blog. The way I see it when it comes to marriage is this: I have two very young children, and I will do everything to shelter them from sex in general, because why should they see that, man and woman or homosexual. The point being it's inappropriate for kids. That being said, I just think that in twenty years, if one of my kids ends up telling me he or she is gay, I'm not going to hate him or her, and nor do I think it's a sin or punishment by God.He judges, I do not. No one WANTS to be gay. Why would anyone choose to take a lifestyle that involves such discrimination and hate towards them? And because in the end, I want my kids to live healthy and happy lives, and never feel that I am ashamed of them, b/c quite honestly, if they do end up in that boat, I won't be ashamed of them, because I know they will be good, caring, loving individuals. So, Anyways, I'm not saying I'm right, you're wrong, or vice versa. I'm just putting m p.o.v. out there. I don't think I'm extreme. I mean, I'm happy with saying the pledge of allegiance in school, with saying Merry Christmas, in God we trust, etc., I just don't force my christian religion on others, and that includes marriage. That's what terrorists and conquerors do, and we are better than that.

Rod said...

What garbage, annonymous. If anyone is forcing anything on anyone is the gay community enforcing their immoral lifestyle on us. If you see a woman getting beaten by her arab husband, will you not do anything about it because you don't "force" your "christian religion on others?"

Dymphna said...

Beck isn't a Christian so it he may see marriage differently.