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It Gets Better

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It’s been a long time since I posted, but sometimes something in the media draws you in and compels you to comment.  This is one of those times for me.   I am posting with a message of hope.  There’s been some disturbing news about young people lately and as a role model I want you to know that it gets better.

A lot of celebrities have been reaching out to gay youth to let them know that their better days are ahead.   I don’t think there’s anything that I can say that Tim Gunn, Kathy Griffin, or Sarah Silverman haven’t said.  Instead I want to talk to those teens and young adults who have felt it necessary to attack their classmates.  Right now you’re in a lot of trouble at school probably and people are publicly scorning you because you’ve attacked somebody just because they’re different from you, but I want you to know–it gets better.

About 11% Americans identify themselves as belonging to the tea party.  That’s about 1 out of 9.  Even if you’re in a really liberal state like Massachusetts or California, there are probably a bunch of tea party members living right by you.  The point is, you’re not alone.   Join the Young Republicans or go to a tea party.  You can find friends at the National Organization for Marriage website.   You’ll be surprised how much support you’ll find.   It does get better.

As a teen when you haze, or punch, or name call the liberal school system will try to punish you for your intolerance.  As an adult when you work to prevent gay people from getting married, joining the military, or otherwise enjoy the rights of the rest of the population, you’ll be praised for your family values.  Better huh?  Calling a gay kid a fag may get you a detention in school, but David Barton is considered a man of God for pushing that homosexuality be regulated by the government as an unsafe practice.

So hang in there.  Don’t get desperate.  It’ll get easier.  Start cleaning up your image and maybe you can run for congress and then really have some fun.   The future’s ahead of you and it’s great.

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October 7, 2010 at 7:35 pm

Ricky Martin’s Gay?!?!

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Though I continue to see it as one of the gravest threats to our country, I don’t really know what the gay agenda is all about.   Needless to say I was shocked and dismayed to learn that they had gotten to Ricky Martin too.   Since he first burst on the scene with Menudo, I always thought that Ricky Martin had the machismo and Latin charisma of a young Cesar Romero. To find out that one of the music industry’s most eligible men is actually gay is shocking to say the least.

“I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man,” Martin wrote this week on his official web site. “I am very blessed to be who I am.”

There is no telling what other artists we thought were straight will come out in the days and weeks to come as the homosexual agenda continues to sweep across this continent in a rainbow colored wave of debauchery, but you can be sure that http://www.thatsrightnate.com will keep you updated.

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March 29, 2010 at 10:28 pm

Field of Queens: Iowa Ends Gay Marriage Ban

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Oh Iowa, what have you done?  Will the rest of this country ever be able to look at a bunch of smartly clad men walking out of your cornfields together in the same way ever again?  Through a series of stunning movies, the state has clearly asserted itself as the Midwest’s center for debauchery much like California is in the West and New York in the East.  First they helped put Barack Obama on the national scene in the Democrat caucus, now they have legalized gay marriage,  and I bet there are other things too.

I apologize if I come off as angry today, it is just that I love this country and this isn’t the way it is supposed to happen.   The courts aren’t supposed to legislate.  That is the job of the people.  Does anybody really believe that at least some of the Southern states would have desegregated schools by now if the courts hadn’t intervened in the 1950s?  The courts do nothing for us, but cause trouble and strife.

What you’re get in Iowa now is a bunch of gays.  I don’t really have a problem with gay people, but there will be obvious changes to the state almost immediately.  Des Moines will no longer be pronounced (Damoyns), but will soon by called (Day Mwa).  Eventually, the entire state will be turned into a little Sadam or Gamoran right in the middle of our heartland.  Do we really believe Iowa’s trademark farmer’s tan can survive this?   Iowa was built by men who rarely had sex with their wives, let alone each other.

What I suspect happens is that you’ve got these people and we’ll they’re Christians.  They’re good people, they try to raise their kids the right way and all of that.   Then one day Jimmy gets bored of going to church and wanders into a gay pride parade.  He’s intrigued by the music and the bright colors and he starts to question his own sexuality.  Before long he’s starting to notice that other men are attractive and within a year or two he’s on top of a float in a gay pride parade dressed like one of the Village People.

We need to put a stop to this and hit Iowa where it hurts.  According to the Made in Iowa website, their number one seller is the Iowa Country Barn Burner Mustard made by the Dennison Mustard Company of Western Iowa.  Until the God fearing people of Iowa put a ban back on gay marriage I’m calling on my readers to quit using all Dennison Mustard Company products.  If we really make it hurt in the wallet, Iowa will come to its senses.

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April 4, 2009 at 9:39 am

Gays Do Not Belong in the Military

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Yesterday on Fox News, Fred Barnes encouraged John McCain to go after Barack Obama on gays in the military.  It is sad that the campaign has been reduced to this when everybody knows that gays do not belong in the military in the first place.  There is no constitutional right to serve in the military.  Being able to serve multiple tours of duty in Iraq or Afghanistan is above all a priviledge.  As a priviledge, the government has the right to deny it to anybody they want to.  The grand adventure of being a soldier is reserved for those patriotic young men (and now women) who uphold American standards of morality and decency.  When the insurgents attack and a soldier finds himself surrounded by heavily armed militants do you think he wants to see a homosexual with a gun next to him?  Of course not, he’d rather be there alone.

If we were to open the military up to homosexuals they would take jobs away from heterosexual troops.  The homosexuals would naturally stand out at inspections where their uniform would be impeccably neat compared to the heterosexual soldier next to him.  Their barracks would not only be ship shape, but decorated as well.  Straight soldiers would not be able to compete with this and would not be able to ascend to leadership positions.    By all means, let’s put the facts out there and lets see how many people support Obama’s position.

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July 6, 2008 at 9:01 am

Preserving Marriage

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With the looney left having threatened the very institution of marriage by allowing gays in California to marry, we finally have some men of decency stepping forward to say, “Not in my country.”  S.J. Res 43 is a joint resolution to propose a Constitutional amendment to  limit marriage to a relationship between one man and one woman and I say its about time.

Co-sponsors David Vitter and Larry Craig openned themselves up to personal criticism after revelations last year that Vitter was a client of the now deceased DC Madam and Craig was mistakenly arrested for lewd behavior in the Minneapolis airport.  Still, these men of concious and their 7 other co-sponsors know that when marriage is threatened they have a responsibility to take a stand regardless of how hypocritical it may appear.

We applaud Vitter, Craig, and the 7 other sponsors for seeing a threat to the American family and rising up to do something about it.  I urge all readers of my blog to write to their congressmen and let them know that you want them to join with Vitter and Craig to protect wholesome family values.

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July 2, 2008 at 8:10 am

More on Gay Marriage

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President Bush has been meeting with Saudi Arabia in an attempt to ease the oil situation and then in Israel to condemn Barrack Obama’s foreign policy of diplomacy.

However, I’m curious to see what he thinks about the California looney left courts subverting the will of the people.  Republicans like myself will not stand for one person (It was a 4-3 decision) overturning the will of thousands of voters.

Let’s face it.  In this country people should be judged by their own worth and like a lot of conservatives I do not believe that special rights should be awarded to people based on their sexual orientation.  There are already laws in place to protect everybody and that means gays too.  Special rights and priveledges like the right to get married should not be given to homosexuals.  That’s not just my view, but the view of many fine organizations like http://www.nospecialrights.net/sbincc.html who do not believe in giving rights to gays that we heterosexuals don’t have.

 

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May 17, 2008 at 4:58 pm

California Court Overturns Gay Marriage Ban

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First, let’s ignore the fact that its gay marriage that we’re talking about here.  The main issue I want to discuss is the fact that one vote on the state court overturned the will of millions of Californians who voted for a ban on gay marriage.  Let me repeat this–One vote in the state court overturned the will of millions of Californians.

Activists judges are the most disgusting creatures on the planet.  The courts have their place, but it isn’t going against the will of the American people.  That right should be reserved only for the U.S. Supreme Court and only then in special cases like Presidential elections.  This isn’t something that state courts should be allowed to do willy nilly.  The courts should not be allowed to get away with this and I hope President Bush will do something about it. 

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May 16, 2008 at 6:16 am