Homosexuality is the story of our mothers and fathers? Don’t think so.

Homosexuality is the story of our mothers and fathers? Don’t think so.

It’s June and it’s also “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride” month in the U.S.  Pres. Obama made it official with this proclamation.  We thought the proclamation’s opening sentence was particularly ironic:

The story of America’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community is the story of our fathers and sons, our mothers and daughters, and our friends and neighbors who continue the task of making our country a more perfect Union.”

There are not mothers and fathers without heterosexual behavior – male and female coming together.  Be it in the traditional way or even in a Petri dish.   It seems that Pres. Obama’s speech writers like to participate in the fiction of homosexuals bearing children – but we’ll give them credit; it’s a pretty sentence.  Ironic, too, that they used the term “perfect union.”

Pres. Obama goes on to list the ways that he has pandered and catered to homosexual advocates.  He lists in detail his promotion of the gay advocate’s wish list – all of which are to the detriment of religious freedom, traditional marriage and family values.  Read the proclamation here.

June is such a great month; school’s out, the beginning of summer; lots of family time, Father’s Day…

It’s a tragedy for a nation’s attention to instead be intentionally focused towards promoting a behavior that -when followed to its most obvious conclusion – assures that fatherhood (or motherhood) will never come to pass.

5 Comments
  • Patricia
    Posted at 00:12h, 02 June Reply

    I am sick with this… they are trying to brain wash our kids into thinking that the homosexual lifestyle is okay and it isn’t.. and Obama having so many admirers of the younger generation, just makes it worse. He is going to be accountable for these words and actions.. one day and maybe soon God will say, enough is enough.. and Obama will be abruptly removed from the presidency and won’t be able to poison the minds of the younger generation anymore.

  • Amy
    Posted at 21:49h, 02 June Reply

    @ Patricia…I agree there is an agenda here that is sick and wrong, but I think to give Obama so much credit for such an affect can immobilize and distract us from the most critical part we have as citizens and parents. Our job is to educate ourselves and our children in true moral character (primarily by living it) as well as to unravel the “spin” to reveal the truth! When we let go of fearful blaming and focus on what our part is, we see the truth and that will free up the energy we need to fight such ideologies.

    If our children start asking us the “why’s” will we be able to show them the evidence (be it from a religious freedom standpoint or otherwise). UFI is one resource for us to gather evidences and meet the onslaught by persuading and convincing others how and why this agenda is so destructive to the foundation of societies. If we make it only about our religious beliefs (which is not me saying religious freedom isn’t enough of a reason, it’s just not the only one) we limit our influence. I have to say I have more confidence in our younger generation, but I do wonder if we are “arming” them with what they need to fight these battles. We must start with arming and doing battle ourselves!

  • Wynn
    Posted at 22:14h, 02 June Reply

    No, Mr President. You are wrong. You do not speak for the country on this. Of course we don’t want to hurt or bully anyone. But we will not join with you in making this their month. Where is the virtue of equality in the way they treated anyone who voted against Prop 8? Not a word on that, eh?

  • Timothy Berman
    Posted at 23:07h, 02 June Reply

    I read the proclamation. While I do agree with the introduction and how the first paragraph of Barack Obama is a bit misleading; there are certain aspects of the proclamation that we must consider. The first is the appeal to human dignity and respect. Because we view homosexual lifestyle wrong and sinful, does not mean that we have the license and right to refuse service to those who practice this lifestyle. Respecting one another is not the same as tolerance. We also do not have the right to act out in violence, mockery, or ridicule.

    Pertaining to the mention of AIDS/HIV awareness, the CDC came out with a study that the high risk group where new cases of AIDS/HIV are those who participate in male to male sexual relations. This is not discriminatory, it is straight from the Center of Disease Control that had conducted extensive research in this. Concerning this, how is President Obama going to address this issue? Is he going to support laws where it is a violation to engage in any form of sexual activity in a public place, or where the public has general access too? Most communities have laws and ordinances that penalize sexual acts that are performed in public.

    Finally, those who are of the homosexual community ought to practice what they preach – tolerance and respect. My opinion is that respect is something that is earned and granted until it is violated. If you want the right to say Homosexuality is okay and normal and not a danger to society, then allow me the right to say that Homosexuality is a choice and a sin that violates the purpose of human existence and mortality. If you can’t respect my position, then why should you expect me to respect yours?

  • bettyann
    Posted at 10:45h, 10 June Reply

    On June 9, 2011 CNN began airing a report on a young man who is stating that he was “born” gay
    and his parents sent him to counselling to “butch him up” but that it was cruel and made him think that God couldn’t love him and that he had to change and in the end this caused his family to be separated. This carries on with the Dr. being interviewed with the intent to sway listeners to stay away from any such counselling — pushing the stance that you are born gay! Please check this out and get people the truth.
    Thank you.

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