Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Using kids to push an agenda

We don't care who you are. Using little children, like pint-sized hostages, to get your "message" across via TV cameras and print reporters is scummy.

Gay-rights groups make covert plans to crash the annual White House Easter egg roll
FOR OVER A HUNDRED YEARS children have gathered on the South Lawn of the White House on the Monday after Easter to roll Easter eggs across the yard and meet the Easter Bunny. Seemingly few (if any) Washingtonians have ever tried to exploit the annual White House Easter Egg Roll for political purposes. Until now. A church-based homosexual rights group is planning to crash the event with a "family visibility action" to spotlight their non-traditional families.

"On April 17, 2006, when the White House lawn is opened to families for the Annual Easter Egg Roll, imagine if the first 1,000 families onto the lawn were LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender] families," enthused a January 4 email alert from Soulforce. Once America sees the White House lawn awash in LGBT families, "there will be no going back," Soulforce promised.
What does "no going back" mean, exactly?

Perhaps this outfit known as Soulforce should rethink this operation. Americans are very protective of their kids. You can even be values-neutral toward all things adult gay but loathe the idea that a gay adult might want to cozy up to a child. Any child.

It just goes to show that we are in the middle of an extreme cultural push by the forces behind the LGBT movement.

They'd just better be glad that the president isn't the card-carrying leader of the Islamic States of America. For more on that, we refer you via the blogosphere to:

Jeff at Beautiful Atrocities, who admonishes his fellow LGBTs in London to rethink their defense of Islam. This column is drawing rave reviews from lots of folks, and Mark Steyn has proposed that Jeff be nominated for a Pulitizer Prize.

Bottom line: Be thankful for the tolerance that exists in this country, but don't push it.


At 4:30 PM, Anonymous Nancy said...

Thank God nobody ever uses strollers of children to hold up signs like "thank you for not killing me" during the annual January forced pregnancy marchs. I'm sure when I'm out there watching everyone pass by on Monday I won't see a single instance of a child being used to further a parent's agenda.


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