War is hell; Bryan Fischer thinks we're leading folks to both
And now another bit of sunshine from a key speaker at the Family Research Council's upcoming Values Voters Summit, Bryan Fischer:
"...[T]the other side will never give up, never back down, never quit. They pursue their radical agenda with a mindless persistence, pressing, clamoring, hectoring, demanding, bloviating without ceasing. There can be no truce with such an adversary.
I'm reminded of the homosexuals who demanded sex with Lot's guests, as recorded in Genesis 19:4-10. They "surrounded the house" and "pressed hard against the man Lot" until they were blinded by God. Even that didn't stop them. "They wore themselves out groping for the door."
We are up against tireless adversaries and we ourselves must be tireless and unflagging in our opposition to their life- and culture-destroying agenda.
Whether we want to be at war with them is immaterial. They are at war with us and our values, and we either fight back or we lose our country."
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You know us: Total war mongers. Never mind that on their side are the marriage bans, constant rhetorical slights, "ex-gay" conversion camps, attacks on high-ranking officials for no greater reason than sexual orientation, propaganda that turns any one of our nondiscrimination efforts into "attacks on Christianity," an unfair tax code that discriminates against even legally married same-sex couples, a military where expressing love for someone of the same gender comes with immediate termination, immigration issues that keep loved ones apart, crude and cruel adoption bans, and a political reality where the mere idea of two people in love is used as a pathway to high office. No, no -- it's we, the people who are all like, "Hey, this life thing is crazy and sometimes sh*tty enough -- let us have a little bit of mental comfort, por favor!" who are really throwing the bombs in this here "culture war" thingie.
Oh, and also: Pigs can fly, hell rents ice skates, and Bryan Fischer is not a liability for the movement that calls itself "pro-family."
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