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The Gods of Liberalism Revisited


The lie hasn't changed, and we still fall for it as easily as ever.  But how can we escape the snare?



Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Congress Should Not Decide 'Gay' Marriage, Groups Say

Normally, I wouldn't have a problem with the idea of leaving the issue of homosexual "marriage" to the church as opposed to Congress. However, such an argument is a red herring, because that's not an option. Unless Congress does something, the judiciary is already trying to decide it for everyone. They have been since at least 2003 when the Supreme Court said sodomy was fine and dandy. They continue as they force it on the people and legislature of Mass. and overturn the constitutions of places like Georgia.

So no, the choice isn't Congress or the church: it's Congress or the judiciary. And the judiciary isn't elected. In fact, they aren't even charged with making laws. Uh, in fact, they aren't even supposed to be making laws, as they have been for quite some time.

Actually, I'd go one better and say God should "settle the contentious issue." Oh, he already did. He made it abundantly and repetitively clear in his Word that homosexuality was wrong and that his design for human sexuality is one man and one woman for life.

But what God said just isn't good enough for Americans anymore. We're a whole lot smarter than He ever was. After all, He just created us and everything in the universe--including the universe itself.

Good for ACLU, Not Good for Country

South Dakota War College points out the (the latest) hypocrisy of the ACLU and the Left.

"Directors should remember that there is always a material prospect that public airing of the disagreement will affect the A.C.L.U. adversely in terms of public support and fund-raising," the proposals state.

If this is true for the ACLU (and I don't dispute the truth or accuracy of this conclusion one iota), then why is it the most wonderful and glorious thing for a bunch of spoiled brats on the Left to malign, badmouth, and accuse our own country of heinous crimes and lies (especially when they aren't true) in the world forum (e.g. peace marches, 911 conspiracy fantasies, and let's not forget the "Just so you know..." Dixie Chicks who slammed our president on foreign soil in time of war).

To put it more simply, if the Left realizes it's damaging to the ACLU for them to air their disagreements publicly, why do they think it does no damage to America when they falsely accuse America and other Americans of lies, deception, crimes, unconstitutional behavior, massacres and the like ...especially when it's just in the interest of scoring political points.

Do they not realize this leaves us in a weakened position in dealing with threats like Iran and North Korea? Or perhaps the more appropriate question is: do they care?

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Imperial Judges

From Yahoo News yesterday:

U.S. District Judge Robin Cauthron ruled Friday the measure violated due process rights under the U.S. Constitution because it attempted to break up families without considering the parents' fitness or the children's best interests.

That's the whole point. The law IS considering the parents' fitness and the children's best interests.

People who sodomize other people and expose children to it aren't fit to parent. We used to understand this as a society; now we've lost our way. We'd rather protect hedonism than have the courage to tell someone what they're doing is wrong.

Meanwhile, children are caught in the middle of this war of political correctness, and end up casualties of normality.

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