America's Gay Obsessed: Culture, politics, marriage, even the military -- why anti-homosexuality is evidencing
The chilling cover of this month's WorldNetDaily spinoff magazine:
Columnists include such over-the-top G-A-Y staples as Matt Barber, Linda Harvey, and Peter LaBarbera. And the overall tone quite literally paints LGBT citizens as a Weapon of (Provincetown,)Mass. Destruction:
It's a classic, war-time sneak attack.
While Americans' attention is riveted on fierce midterm battles and the subsequent power struggle in response to Barack Obama's attempted socialist revolution, a second stunning coup – one every bit as dangerous to the nation – is rapidly progressing toward victory with almost no notice or publicity.
For the past two decades, the powerful "gay rights" lobby has been crusading tirelessly to promote special legal rights for homosexuals, indoctrinate the nation's schoolchildren with their worldview, radically redefine the institution of marriage, repeal the U.S. military's time-tested rules of conduct, intimidate and discredit any and all critics, and – perhaps worst of all – criminalize and punish the open expression of Judeo-Christian moral beliefs.
This highly coordinated effort, once extremely controversial but today basically greenlighted by politicians and the press – including key conservatives – is rapidly advancing toward total victory, after which any return to Christian morality in American law and culture will become almost impossible.
AMERICA'S 'GAY' OBSESSION [WND]
This, a widely read publication among the far-right and TEA partiers, is truly a call to arms to the conservative movement. What LGBT call basic, overdue respect, these anti-gay far-righties call a "radical, anti-Christian" advancement. And what those who value and fairness consider to be cruel slurs, these folks call advocacy journalism.
There is, undeniably, an obsession going on here. Only when they stop blowing a shocked whistle on the mere fact that LGBT people exist in this natural world will the mania subside.
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