You Can Dress Them Up . . .


“The Democratic leadership in the House of Representatives is having an identity crisis. They had been pushing hard on an Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) that would include special protections for homosexuals and “gender identity,” all at the cost of religious liberty. They soon found that the majority of their constituents were concerned about the effect this would have on churches to businesses facing millions of dollars in frivolous lawsuits. To allay some concerns the majority leadership put aside some of their radical agenda for now and stripped “gender identity” from the bill and restored some religious exemptions. These actions have sent the homosexual lobby, which has given millions of dollars to Democratic campaigns, into a snit. A protest letter was sent up to Congress by a number of the radical homosexual/transgendered groups; however, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) originally refused to sign on, prompting the resignation of the sole transgendered member of its board. Clearly these groups realize they played a large role in helping to elect the Democrats to the majority and they are looking for payback, either now or in a few years when there might be a president who would sign these bills into law. Do not be fooled though – the left is unified in their ultimate wish to change our culture radically – we must be just as unified in stopping them.”


2 Responses to You Can Dress Them Up . . .

  1. Lily McBeth says:

    It seems to me that I have read about people like you folks who were described as the “STIFF NECKS” in the Biblical stories. Your statement reflects the idea I read recently,”I am LEFT handed,but I am ALWAYS RIGHT.” Where do you derive your power to judge others? Maybe you should try reading the about the GREATEST COMMANDMENT-“Love one another,like I have loved you.”

  2. Chris says:

    I am not sure what you are trying to say with your first few sentences.

    As far as your comment on judging others – the article below from Paul copan will answer your question.

    And regarding your comment that the greatest commandment is “Love one another like I have loved you” – you are wrong.

    “Someone once asked Jesus which command was the most important. He answered, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” (Matthew 22:36-38).”

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