Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Why we should 'protect' children from gays . . .

An excellent blogger and an online friend of mine, Rob Tisinai and his group - the National Marriage Organization, comes up with a few reasons why we all should "protect" our children from gays . . .


'Magic Johnson's gay son goes public with love and support from parents' and other Tuesday midday news briefs

Earvin Johnson III, Magic Johnson's Gay Son, Goes Public With Boyfriend, Parents Very Proud - At first, I thought that this was frivolous. But on reflection, I am wrong. It is GOOD to see a high-profile African-American couple accept their openly gay son without any conditions. And Little Magic knows how to work a fur. I just hope it's not real fur. 

Keyes: Marriage Equality is the 'Archetype of all Crimes Against Humanity' - Because THIS crazy black man doesn't accept his lesbian daughter. Sad.  

Leaders Aim to Conceal Kill-the-Gays Debate from Ugandans - Ugh! This ain't good!

  GOP Lawmaker: Only Gender Norms Can Define A Family - Forget love and support? Hardly.  

Why LGBT Undocumented People Need Immigration Reform - Awesome article! 

 Audio: Tony Perkins suggests gays try suicide because 'they can't fill that God vacuum,' are 'in rebellion to God's design' - I haven't picked on the Family Research Council or Tony Perkins for a while. And they always leave themselves wide open.

Irony of homophobia escapes Catholic priest

Witness logic turned on its head. With the shift to a positive view of marriage equality gripping the nation, suddenly those who oppose it are portraying themselves as the victims of intolerance even as they denigrate same-sex couples and families. Witness a short clip of this interview from Fox News

As much as interviewer Megyn Kelly tried to give him cover, Father Gerald Murray still made himself look like a hypocrite:

Maybe it's just me but reducing someone's relationship right off the bat to sin is bigotry. It astounds me with what chutzpah these individuals employ to distort with a straight face.