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Monday, June 23, 2014

The Federalist on Homosexualists

First, misleading title. Our language hasn't quite caught up with the fact that it's not just homosexualists per see that are looking to destroy our culture with the deviant sex and sexuality department. The transexuals are in many ways worse by far, and the two movements aren't necessarily one and the same (though they are closely allied).

With that said, The Federalist's Stella Morabito has really done a nice job of outlining what is at stake in the whole redefinition of marriage (and ultimately, the family) battle:
We’ve seen also how the Obama Administration’s push for same sex marriage has occurred in lockstep with policies that are hostile to marriage, such as the severe marriage penalty written into Obamacare. 
Activist judges have taken their cues from Attorney General Eric Holder who used the DOMA repeal to proclaim open season on any state that recognizes marriage as an organic (i.e., heterosexual) union of one man and one woman. In their crosshairs are state constitutions, businesses, students, communities, churches, and all of those bogus “conscience clauses” that were written into same sex marriage legislation in order to sway wavering state legislators to vote “aye.”... 
Without civil marriage, the family can no longer exist autonomously and serve as a wall of separation between the individual and the state. This has huge implications for the survival of freedom of association.
The homosexualist movement is ultimately totalitarian, both in its means and ultimately in its end. And the most commonly used tactic for all of this is, of course, also aptly described:
Indeed, “civil rights” is always a nice line. It works well to stop debate. There’s lots of emotional blackmail involved because of the social punishments (labels of “hater” or “bigot”) heaped upon anyone who might question the agenda.
No questions about it, this is one of the most destructive (to culture and civilization) lies we've bought into as a civilization.

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