With the Supreme Court’s insane decision on the homosexual issue (not yet legalizing homosexual American across America), maybe it’s time to look elsewhere to find a level or moral sanity.
Homosexuality is contrary to nature, logic, and all moral reasoning. It’s the capstone of where we are as a nation. Humankind is god, and the courts are its priests, and woe to those who oppose the Inquisition.
When Obama tried to push his homosexual agenda in Africa, he got a chilly response. Obama’s pro-homosexual position “was promptly rejected by Senegal’s President Macky Sall, who was sharing the stage with Mr. Obama. ‘We are still not ready to decriminalize homosexuality,’ Mr. Sall said. ‘I’ve already said it in the past. We’re still not ready to change the law. This does not mean that we are all homophobic.’”
First, President Obama said that people should be treated equally. In the homosexual debate, homosexuals are being treated unequally. Their sexual proclivities are given special legal status. The Constitution begins, “We the people. . .” It does not begin with “We who engage in certain sexual acts.”
Second, he told the people of Africa that “we have to respect the diversity of views.” It depends on the content of those views. Diversity in views does not mean that all the diverse views are views that should be respected. It’s obvious that homosexuals do not respect the views of people who oppose same-sex behavior. Same-sex behavior is not a behavior that should be respected. Any five-year-old knows it.
Third, Obama said, “I want the African people just to hear what I believe … when it comes to how the State treats people, how the law treats people, I believe that everybody has to be treated equally.”
The fact that “that everybody has to be treated equally” does not mean that everything a person does is morally acceptable. The point of equal treatment under the law is that rich or poor, male or female, atheist or theist, the law applies in the same way.
There was a point in America’s history where same-sex behavior was condemned for everybody. Everybody was treated equally under the law. The claim has been made today that there is a new group called “homosexuals” whose sexual behavior should be protected and propagated. If this becomes codified in law, then any group with certain sexual beliefs can practices could make the same appeal with no legal dissent.
In addition to what’s going on in Africa, Russia has come out strongly against homosexuality.
“Russia’s lawmakers say gay people are such a threat to children that there is a need to ban transmitting knowledge of homosexuality in the public sphere, and the Duma has now passed a bill to that effect.
The law received a 436-0 on June 11, with just one deputy abstaining from voting on the bill.
In the United States, pro-homosexual propaganda is being written into our nation’s government school textbooks.
Of all places, France has had a public display against homosexual marriage. “The crowd that marched against gay marriage . . . in Paris was large – at least 150,000 people. That is only half as many as took to the streets in January and March. . . .”
Of course, there’s no place to hide. We must take our stand where we now stand against five unelected judges who are making laws for 300 million. It’s got to stop.