Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Obama Plays to the Gay Crowd in His Inaugural Address (Payback Time)


The nation's 44th president is the first to say the word “gay” in an inaugural address — and equated the gay-rights battle to the historic struggles of blacks and women. Obama said this: “Our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law — for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well.”
First of all, there is absolutely no scientific proof that homosexuality is biologically predetermined. Unlike gender, and ethnicity, homosexuals are not born that way. (See Fr. John Harvey's authoritative The Truth About Homosexuality.) Secondly, no law, no mandate, no political machination will bring love and or happiness to the gay community. Mr. President: You, nor any other politician, can do that. Only Our Lord Jesus Christ can bring healing to the homosexual population. For He wants nothing from them: He doesn’t want their political support, campaign contributions, nor their vote. He truly loves them. That' all.





1 comment:

  1. Dear Brother Joseph,

    I pray the President reads this.

    I saw this on a popular black blog. A black man responded in outrage. I notice the President mentions gays a lot. He could be beholden to them. His advisors could be pulling his strings. He could honestly believe what he said. He could also be gay or bi. The tabloid press claims he likes men. That is his business.

    As a straight black female, I just don't get it. I have close relatives who were alive during Jim Crowe days. I also have ancestors who were German Jews. I went to church with a man who grew up in Germany during Hitler's reign.

    President Obama went to Harvard so maybe my puny brain is incapable of comprehending how the gay struggle is similar to or the same as the black and female struggles.

    When people see me, they see a black female. It is a given I am straight unless I look like a stereotypical gay person. I cannot pretend to look like let lone be white, a man or a white man.

    Yes, there are non-white people who look white. I have that in my family. Yes, there are people who look like they are the opposite gender if you don't get a good look at them.

    What is my point?

    No one knows you are gay unless you announce it. Race/ethnicity and gender can be discerned with the eyes.

    Everyone be wise as serpents and harmless as doves. Be blessed and stay blessed. T. W.

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