Knight bemoans cadence call's increasingly reserved harmonies
Longtime professional anti-gay activist Robert Knight is feeling pretty well shunned these days. Mainly because so many of his conservative heroes and icons and expected-allies, while with Robbie on other LGBT issues, are increasingly coming down on the side of Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal:
On ABC's This Week on May 30, [George] Will agreed with colleague Matthew Dowd that apart from a few glitches, homosexuality will soon be a non-issue in the military.
What we are witnessing among the intelligentsia is a catastrophic case of groupthink: because they all repeat the same thing, it must be true. They ignore biology, morality, history, common sense, and grim health statistics because they are smarter than anyone.
Charles Krauthammer, who has written some of the best critiques of Obamacare and the rest of the Left's assault on America, is also aboard the gay express. He's smarter than God. So, too, are Chicago Tribune columnist Steve Chapman, Weekly Standard columnist Stephen Hayes, Fox News analyst Margaret Hoover, and American Spectator columnist Phillip Klein, all of whom have called for repealing the military ban. Klein called it a "no-brainer." No arguing with that.
The silence of other talking heads is deafening while Democrats ram through their immoral assault on our military. So I have a couple of questions for these pundits: First, given that you've warned us repeatedly about many dangers of the Left, why are you embracing the centerpiece of their war on American values? Homosexual activism is the spear point of the larger cultural blitzkrieg. Without Judeo-Christian morals, liberty and freedom cannot thrive, as observers from Tocqueville to Adam Smith to George Washington have warned. Or just visit any inner city where socialist sexual values have prevailed.
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Oh, Robert. These Republican voices don't think they are smarter than God. They just think know that any God capable of creating and overseeing this natural realm would certainly be smart enough to understand the definition of civil freedom!
But keep digging in your heels, R.K. Personally, I've always felt that solitaire is an underrated game.
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