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October 03, 2006

Catching Up

Much has happened since I last posted. But that's time and the world. Whether you like it or not, whether you participate or not, things happen and times marches on.

So we'll use this post to do a little catching up.

Schools Ignorant and Arrogant
Yesterday's tragic school shootings in the Pennsylvania Amish community of nickel Mines reopens a fresh new debate about saftety in schools. Saftey should never be compromised for any child. Yet, when I think about the selfish and self serving agenda of gay activist groups like GSLEN, I cannot help but shudder. As a Christian parent with three children in public schools, I also cannot help but think that America is ignorant and arrogant in the face of God. We legislated Him out of our public schools under the guise of "rights". No longer are children taught to acknowledge God, but to extol the "virtues" of godless humanism. Discipline is now politically correct, not corrective. Drugs, violence, sex and various forms of humanistic brainwashing has created a cesspool environment for our students. While I am not an advocate of some sort of mass exodus from public schools, I am in favor of Christian parents and teachers taking a more active and vocal position in the local schools.

Pedophiles in Office
Congressman Mark Foley (R-FL), whom gay rights activists considered as a "closted" homosexual is also man with a sick attraction to young boys. Foley, resigned last week when revelations of his demented attraction hit the media. This should be of no suprise, because the gay community cultivates and celebrates a pedophile culture. Foley seems to have been comfortable making advances to what the homosexual community calls "twinks" [caution: suggestive photo via wikipedia]. The term is largely associated with pornography

Foley follows a tainted group of openly homosexual legislators

  • In 1973, at the age of 36, Rep. Gerry Studds (D-MA) engaged in a sexual relationship with a teenage male page whom he took to Morroco to do the dirty deeds. Although he immediately pleaded guilty to the charges and was reprimanded by the House Ethics Committee, Studds refused to resign. Ironically, he was re-elected by his district until he retired in 1996 and seen by gay rights groups as a pioneering gay legislator.
  • Barney Frank (D-MA) was embroiled in a sex scandal complete with prostitution, pedophila and the ever mythical "monogamus gay relationships". Frank took up with Stephen Gobie, a male prostitute who had a previous conviction for producing obsenity involving a juvenile among other things. Frank quickly integrated Gobie into Capitol Hill life but Gobie wasn't a changed man. He began running a prostitution ring out of Frank's Washington apartment. Frank was censured by the HEC and emerged as a power player in national politics.
    Foley, though his crime didn't involve sexual contact, seems to have lost favor with gay activsts as Americans for Truth point out.

    Hook and Crook
    Bishop Harry Jackson's Townhall editorial accuses gay activists of playing the sleight of hand. Should that surprise anyone who knows how underhanded they can be?

    "Despite the rhetoric of Democratic legislators this summer, they were working feverishly behind the scenes on an anti-marriage agenda. Their language was rehearsed and unified. Unfortunately, most of them lied to the public about their motives for not wanting to fully discuss a constitutional amendment to protect marriage."
    Bishop Jackson is correct. Over and over we hear from the Democrats that the nation has "more important issues" than gay marriage yet behind the scenes they 1. Label anti-gay ballot measures as divisive
    2. Train state party operatives in all 50 states on how to campaign against anti-gay ballot measures.
    3. Work with National Stonewall Democrats to develop talking points.
    4. Equate pro-family values arguments with racism
    5. Enlist celebrity backing and endorsements.

    If they truly believed the other issues were indeed more important, why the feverish work in repsonse to it? Perhaps only their hairdressers know.

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