Sunday, November 07, 2004

We got lucky...

Not necessarily about the election itself, but rather about the radical homosexual agenda that got too greedy. Fox News reports even some homosexual advocates are starting to see it....

"I think it hurt," said Rep. Barney Frank, an openly gay Democrat from Massachusetts, the state that set off the firestorm last November when its high court ruled that gay couples have the right to wed.

Frank is among many political observers who credit the anti-gay marriage amendments with giving the president's conservative base a reason to go to the polls in crucial battleground states like Ohio.

"It gives them a position to rally around," said Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., who once served as San Francisco's mayor. "That whole issue has been too much, too fast, too soon. People aren't ready for it."

The key is here is Feinstein's comment. They went too far too fast. The homosexual modus operadi has been to slowly subvert their way into normal society, lulling us asleep to gain acceptance. The primary mode has been popular entertainment where homosexuals appear like just harmless, quirky people.

A homosexual "rights" group spokesperson denied that gay marriage was the sole cause...

Crunching the numbers, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force denies that gay marriage alone boosted turnout among evangelical Christians in Oregon, Ohio and Michigan, the three swing states where constitutional amendments were on the ballot. Bush voters also were motivated by the president's stands on abstinence-only sex education and a ban on late term abortions, said Matthew Foreman, the group's executive director.

"It's sickening and fascinating that when one in five voters said 'moral values" was the most important issue for them, pundits immediately equated that with gay marriage alone," Foreman said. "To pin all of this on 'the gays' is wrong."

Guess what, all of these issues lumped together form a core belief system about sexual morality, because we consider homosexuality to be immoral. Homosexuality is just the most vocal and repugnant of these immoral behaviors, so it gets the most play. Make no mistake, it was the threat of gay marriage that motivated Christian voters to finally get off our collective duffs. Mr. Foreman points out that in some Bush states, openly gay people were elected to statewide offices. He makes a great point without even knowing it...


But while we are willing in many cases to let gays live whatever lifestyle they choose, we also will not let them remake our society into their image. Marriage is ordained of God, and is so ordained as the union of one man and one woman.

This should be a lesson to us. I fully expect the homosexual movement to immediately start to work again to pervert marriage by more subtle means. That is why it is important that we stay on the fight, that Christians do not fall asleep again, that we support President Bush's agenda especially concerning judges and we NEVER abandon what God has taught.

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