Skip to comments.Answering the lie of “gay marriage and the wrong side of history”
Posted on 06/19/2014 8:28:50 PM PDT by massmikeEdited on 06/19/2014 9:44:38 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
By now we’ve probably all heard propaganda sound bite from the homosexual movement, that “gay marriage” throughout America is “inevitable” and that if you don’t get on board you’re “on the wrong side of history.”
(Excerpt) Read more at massresistance.com ...
Obama is choosing federal district court judges—one in particular, a homosexual Oregon judge appointed for that express purpose—who are simply overturning the laws voted upon by the people of the various states.
Real democratic of them, huh?
Once the Kenyan’s gone, we can start repairing the damage he’s done, but it’s going to take a while.
And the only way we can start is by electing an American president—no more `moderate’ GOP-e squishes need apply.
Because if they force another Dem-lite looser on us, it may not just be the end of the Republican party.
So there it is.
- Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, December 10, 1939 (Smith College, Sanger Collection)
I believe that it took the world about 100 years to finally figure out that Marxism was the wrong side of history.
I think it was several centuries before we figured out that the Divine Right of Kings was on the wrong side of history.
How many years, decades, or centuries will it take us to realize that the Divine (and Fabulous!) "Rights" of Queens are also historical miscues?
The comments on the Globe are venomous as expected, but its Boston, lets be honest if we could we’d nuke it from orbit.
Liberal hacks aside, the author makes a relatively cogent comparison at one point to Global Communism.
Communism made startling gains in a very small span of time.
Between 1917 and 1979, communism had an unbroken winning streak, a genuine domino effect. The ideology of militant communism conquered every country it would eventually conquer. From 1983 beginning with the invasion of Grenada, communism suffered an almost overnight collapse in the span of about a decade. After 1992 and Yugoslavia’s demise, the only communist countries remaining were Vietnam, Laos, North Korea, Cuba, and China. These still stand today.
Same-sex marriage is as unnatural as communism. In both cases many were brainwashed to love these ideologies, but the fact that they were and are inherently anti-human dogmas means that homosexual acceptance may suffer the same fate.
I might even draw connections between the states who did resist communism (Greece during its civil war 1940s) with the current global backlash coming out of Brunei, Russia, Uganda, Nigeria, and India.
Now obviously the homosexual agenda is far more subversive and subtle in its methods than 20th Century Marxism was, but rest assured that God ended the communist terror. We were not blessed with Reagan’s leadership by accident. God will bring fire upon those who disobey Him and do was is abominable in His eyes.
Allow me to predict, I think the number of nation states with same-sex marriage by 2100 will be less than 5. Unfortunately, we may be one of the 5. Hope not.
inevitable and that if you dont get on board youre on the wrong side of history.
Hmm, kinda like settled science, eh?
hell, who wouldn't want a system where you can dictate which of your relatives is going to starve in the mines and which is going to become a "party" member and become rich....
that's all communism is about.....instead of working to make yourself better, you work to get as much as the guy who isn't working at all...
when you think of it,we're already comumistic....some of us work, and many of us don't work, and those are on welfare, disability, SS, medicare, medicaid, food stamps, free phones and free foot...
Communistic of course, i am drawing a distinction though between the 20th Century communism, which you might call ‘Militant Communism’, and the spawn-form we have today which was originally called ‘Social Democracy’. It is social democracy that has infected both Western Europe and America along with other anglospheric nations. Of course, homosexual normalization is a facet of social democracy, not normally militant communism. North Korean embassies do not fly rainbow flags.
“quid quaeris? nubit amicus nec multos adhibet.” liceat modo vivere, fient, fient ista palam, cupient et in acta referri.
Juvenal Satire II , line 132
Ya know, it is just not that simple. And until we realize that it is not just one source that is doing this to us, it is over.
You say once he is gone we can repair. He’ll be gone and nothing will change because, quite frankly, no President, even ODimwit, has that kind of power. Not a one. Many of these Judges were appointed by Republicans. One was even supported by Santorum (my personal choice for the nomination last time).
So we can run around screaming about the Kenyan and that is all we will ever accomplish, or we can realize that the problem is systemic. The Senate approved one of those Odiwit judges the other day 98-0. Every single Republican voted to support a homosexual Judge in FL.
WAY too much credit is given to ODimwit. He just doesn’t have nearly that much power. “Getting rid of him” will accomplish ZERO. Nothing will change. In 2016 it is the GOP that is on the Defensive in the Senate. You think ANY of those blue States with GOP Senators running in 2016 is gonna go GOP? Not a chance. The most conservative estimates are that the GOP loses 7-10 seats in 2016.
Let us not be myopic. For if we are, we are just those looney Tea Partiers screaming in the corner. No one will pay us an ounce of attention.
I wish blacks would get together and shoot down the bogus notion that homosexuality is a civil rights issue on par with race. It’s only through this false equivalence that the gay marriage crowd can make its “wrong side of history” claims.
I agree it’s systemic and much bigger than Obama.
Viennacon, re,: “It’s Boston”:
On Richard Nixon’s historical first flight to China, a reporter asked Press Secretary Ron Ziegler, “Have you ever been to a Communist country before?”
“No, but I’ve been to Massachusetts.”
I choose to be on the right side of God.
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