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Hilary Rosen's War On Mothers, Fathers, Children And Heteros
Posted on 04/13/2012 10:20:09 AM PDT by joeclarke
Hilary Rosen had an unusually hardened tone to her voice as she castigated Ann Romney on Anderson Cooper's CNN program the other night. What had this outspoken gay lady had against motherhood? She and her 3 year lesbian partner (at the time, as they are now split) have been outspoken for LGBTQ* rights, but also adopted twin girls, so you would think Ms. Rosen would have a handle on the sacrifice required to perform maternal duties. Yet, when I think of maternal instincts, neither she nor her former significant other seem to have that feminine, motherly quality required to raise other people's children. Their poor kids are now jointly possessed, and traded between the former lovers, as unfortunately, many heterosexual kids are today.
Even Anderson Cooper - another regular on the gayest channel - CNN - could pass as a more motherly mother (really, perish the thought) after viewing some of his girly-giggle fits. Nevertheless, Out Magazine lists Anderson as the Number 2 Most Powerful Gay In America. I don't think we heteros have that much to worry about if the gay agenda has only that kind of firepower. I'm not homophobic (afraid of them), and I do hope that they may straighten out some day as some former gays that I have known, but I think that there is a good chance that these in-your-face-gays are heterophobic, afraid that we God-fearing straights will not ever accept them as matrimonial mother/father potential. As the late, great Billy Preston sang, "That's The Way God Planned It."
Just the thought that gays do not believe a father and a mother is required to nurture and direct children is a sin. However, fathers have been relegated to the lowest rungs in society as unneeded and useless in our progressive societies. And, that goes for single, unmarried mothers like Madonna who is already raising a handful, daughter Lourdes, recently photographed smoking
at the tender age of 15. Poor girl, no stable parentage.And, I don't know if Madonna is/has been GLBTQ, she has done a disservice to her daughter like so many Hollywood types as well as your run of the mill American teen girls, who get preggers, while not needing a husband/father.
Ms. Rosen's animosity toward stay at home mothers echoes back to Hillary Rodham's (before she rebranded herself as Hillary Clinton for presidential campaign reasons) demand that she not be thought of as an inferior cookie baker - like some maudlin female country singer, who would "stand by her man." In fact, I don't think Hillary has been with her man for over 15 years. But Hilary Rosen has a very hard edge to her, which is typical of the zealous, chauvinistic gay crowd eg., Rachel Maddow. Speaking of which, Hilary's former life partner, Elizabeth Birch, (of the three year relationship) has been at the cutting edge of the Gay Agenda, heading such entities as the Gay And Lesbian Task Force as well as a leading attack dog for the Human Rights Campaign.
I am not at all phobic about the homos, but we should all be concerned that they have an ever open invitation into our Little Caesar's (ie., Obama, see $40,000 per pizza fundraiser
hosted by Little Caesar's heiress) White House, despite the President's earnest profession in favor of the Defense of Marriage Act. Which, of course, means that he has flipped, and is now having Eric Holder argue against the DOMA in Federal Court. Hilary Rosen has been recorded visiting the White House over 30 times. Another concern, ne homophobia, is that Google, which prides itself on it progressive gay friendliness may use its considerable clout to shut down argumentative discourse, which would mean The End even for such a multi-billion dollar internet conglomerate. Write it down. I have tracked a number of gay-pushing companies that got hit big time, financially, for this reason coupled with other very poor business decisions. Just one is K Mart, which just prior to "reorganization," hired the Queen of Nice, Rosie O'Donnell as its spokesman. What possessed them? Same with Cover Girl asking Ellen DeGeneres to represent womanhood in its advertising. Even Oprah would have been a better pick.
I really have no animosity toward gays, and would condemn any wholesale persecution - which normally arises in societies throughout history. Yet, we cannot sit back and watch our society further decline because of our fear of being called "homophobic," which may be termed homophobicphobia, because we object to the practice, just as much as, evidently, Hilary Rosen and comrades condescend toward stay at home traditional mothers.
*The "Q" in questioning refers to the LBGTQ agenda to allow for children to Question their gay/straighthood at the earliest of ages. "I" for Identity will soon be added to the mix, so that those who would like to, or have switched their sexual identities, may also be represented by LBGTQI groups. Poor, poor public grade school kids who will have to memorize all this.
PS Hilary Rosen's new partner may have some effect on children across the country. According to PJ Media
: "Ms. Rosens current partner is Randi Weingarten who happens to be a powerful union boss as President of the American Federation of Teachers."
PPS The above contradicts the Wikipedia entry
that describes Ms Weingarten's current partner since 2007 as psychotherapist Liz Margolies: "On October 11, 2007, Weingarten publicly announced she is a lesbian. Weingarten introduced Liz Margolies, 54, a psychotherapist and health care activist, as her partner while accepting the Empire State Pride Agenda's 2007 Community Service Award by Christine Quinn.
TOPICS: Government; Politics; Religion
KEYWORDS: doma; families; hilaryrosen; homosexualagenda
posted on 04/13/2012 10:20:20 AM PDT
Consider the source of the attack—a disgusting and hateful dyke attacks normal people. Enough said.
posted on 04/13/2012 10:23:56 AM PDT
(Marxism works well only with the uneducated and the unarmed.)
Whatever the word is for “disgusted with queers”, it should replace homophobia since I don’t know anyone who is afraid of them but there certainly are plenty of us disgusted with them and their behavior.
posted on 04/13/2012 10:25:51 AM PDT
by Past Your Eyes
(Women and cats will do as they please; men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.)
Mitt Romney said he listens to his wife who told him she hears from women on the campaign trail that say they are concerned about jobs and the economy.
The democrats sensed that such a conversation could shed light on Obama's economic failures so they sent a surrogate out to change the subject.
Republicans took the bait hook, line and sinker and another golden opportunity to talk about Obama has been lost.
(again the (R)s got played like a WalMart kazoo)
posted on 04/13/2012 10:27:57 AM PDT
(Please check this out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFIcZkEzc8I)
It is a crime that active homosexuals are permitted to adopt or foster innocent children. Kids have a right to be raised in a wholesome, normal environment. Being raised by and among adults whose romantic relationships are inherently unnatural has to negatively affect these kids. Why is this outrage allowed by the authorities who monitor adoption?
posted on 04/13/2012 10:28:18 AM PDT
It’s really funny that the gays and lesbians coined the term LGBTQ. The B and the Q prove that sexuality is a learned behavior. They have no civil rights case.
posted on 04/13/2012 10:37:57 AM PDT
No one has seemed to comment on the absurdity of a lesbian to speak for womanhood.
posted on 04/13/2012 10:40:28 AM PDT
She’s an idiot...plain and simple.
I know the meaning intended, but don't call us "heteros." It is as much a made up term as "homophobe," and just implies that sexually normal people are but one of a variety of sexual predilection classes. I find it highly offensive.
We are created, by design, to interact sexually with the opposite sex. That this escapes some is utterly appalling.
posted on 04/14/2012 5:52:59 AM PDT
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