For some reason, Collins’ coming out has been big news. He has been hailed as a hero. Yet for years the homosexual rights movement has claimed that what two people do in the privacy of their own bedroom is nobody’s business. So why should anyone care about Jason Collins? — Gary Bauer
By request of Beliefnet I had to remove a picture they didn’t like.
I quote Beliefnet:
“we would like to respectively ask that you take down the image of President Obama kissing President Obama. We fear this image will be received as offensive to many readers because it is of the President of the United States.” unquote
Therefore, I’m sorry to report that I had to remove the Photoshopped picture (or they would have removed it) of Obama kissing himself.
I had added the caption under Obama kissing Obama picture:
“There are scores of pictures of Obama kissing numerous males floating around the Internet, but I found that Obama kissing Obama is the most apropos — it demonstrates how he flip flops. Recall he originally said he was against “gay” marriage – to get elected to his first term. Let me be nice and call it ‘adjustable liberalism.’ “‘
Excerpt from: Email Newsletter
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
From: Gary L. Bauer
Monday a Washington Wizards basketball player, Jason Collins, announced he is a homosexual. This “breaking news” resulted in a phone call from President Obama to Collins. Obama told him, “I couldn’t be prouder.”
At his White House press conference yesterday, after discussing issues like the Boston Marathon bombing, chemical weapons in Syria and health care, the president felt it was really important to tell the American people how proud he was that Jason Collins likes to have sex with men.
For some reason, Collins’ coming out has been big news. He has been hailed as a hero. Yet for years the homosexual rights movement has claimed that what two people do in the privacy of their own bedroom is nobody’s business. So why should anyone care about Jason Collins?
But while discussing the “news” and the importance of genuine tolerance, ESPN commentator Chris Broussard dared to cite his Christian faith and stated that, in his view, homosexuality AND adultery and premarital heterosexual sex are sins.
Predictably, the left showed zero tolerance for Broussard’s faith. ESPN issued an apology, saying, “We regret that a respectful discussion of personal viewpoints became a distraction from today’s news. ESPN is fully committed to diversity and welcomes Jason Collins’ announcement.”
So let me get this straight: Christianity is frowned upon as a “distraction,” while homosexuality is “welcome news”?
Meanwhile, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin, III is once again causing controversy. He tweeted yesterday, “In a land of freedom we are held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness.”
It’s not entirely clear what Griffin was referring to, but a lot of liberals took offense. One “hit man” for the left-wing “hit squad” known as Media Matters tweeted a warning back, “Don’t do this.”
Griffin is also a Christian. Even worse, there is speculation he may be a — gasp!– a conservative! No doubt that is why he is being watched — and warned — by the thought police at Media Matters.
TAKE ACTION: Contact ESPN. Use this link to send them an email or call 1-888-549-3776 (ESPN). Tell ESPN that you support Chris Broussard and that he should not face any repercussions for speaking honestly about his faith.
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