Sunday, November 01, 2009
"Live and Love as We Like"--Sounds like a 1960s Pop Song
Read Albert Mohler on Obama's sexual relativism and endorsement of the homosexual lobby's Trojan Horse on "hate crimes."
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Mohler writes: "It is fair, however, to sound the alarm that very important rights involving the freedom to speak openly against homosexuality, for example, are now at far greater risk."
In his remarks, the President gave a shout-out to David Bohnett, the wealthy homosexual activist who sponsored the reception celebrating the bill.
Did you catch the news about Bohnett's recent remarks at a GLSEN awards ceremony?
Calling for "active measures" against religious opponents, he said:
“Let us make it known, however, that we will challenge those religious leaders and institutions that shamefully and cowardly use the imprimatur of their church and the name of god [sic] and Jesus to promote hatred and bigotry toward lesbians and gay men. Among our greatest adversaries who actively work against us are the leaders of the Catholic, Mormon, and evangelical churches who seek to deny equal protection for us and for our children…
"…there are other groups and individuals who actively work against our efforts, and that our work in education and outreach further emboldens their hatred and zeal to deny us our equal rights. Let us say to these folks; ‘we condemn their intolerance’ and we will expose their hypocrisy, choke off their financial support, and shine the bright light of shame and humiliation on their cowardly prejudices.”
Bohnett is just a more radical version of Obama's rhetoric, which is predicated on marginalizing opponents for the sake of a pretend unity.
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