Saturday, November 08, 2008

More on the Proposition 8 protests

This is what happens when you cross the radical homosexual movement....

Certainly the attack on the protestors was unacceptable and no doubt would be denounced by the vast majority of mormons and by their church. But the "protestors" climbing on the walls of private property, hanging up signs, vandalism. That is the mode of this movement, cries of intolerance while blocking entrance to a place of worship, jumping on police cars, graffiti.

This whole debacle should concern everyone in this country. Don't think for a second that this is an isolated incident. This is the future. Today it is the mormon temple in L.A., tomorrow it may be your church building. Today there are arrests for violence, tomorrow it may be YOU in cuffs if you speak out in opposition of the radical homosexual agenda. It is not about equality, it is about submission. Anyone who dares cross the homosexual movement becomes a target and they now have advocates in the most powerful positions in the world: the Presidency and the Speaker of the House. Be watchful Christian. Today it is the mormons in L.A. but have no doubt that the Baptist church in Des Moines and the Presbyterian church in Savannah are next.

(I wonder what would have happened if the building was a mosque instead of a mormon temple?)

(HT: Evidence Ministries)


Bethany W. said...

I may be wrong, but didn't this just happen in Lansing last week too?

Bethany W. said...

Read this

Arthur Sido said...

That is funny, I actually have that webpage up and have for several days, I just haven't gotten around to blogging on it (but I will!) My wife is up north and I am caring for seven of the eight kids, which leaves me minimal blogging time. Thankfully she is on her way home right now, stopping at Joann Fabric to get some material for a headcover on the way.