Is anyone paying attention? |

Is anyone paying attention?

Gay activist Michael Swift in the Feb. 15 – 21, 1987 “Gay Community News,” amount other things wrote, “The family unit – spawning ground of lies, betrayal, mediocrity, hypocrisy and violence – will be abolished. The family unit which only dampens imagination and curbs free will, must be eliminated;” and “All church who condemn us will be closed.”

Let me count the ways: Obama claims Sermon on the Mount supports same-sex unions, dismisses St. Paul, wants to repeal laws like the Defense of Marriage. California bill makes obligatory schools’ commemorating “Harvey Milk Day.” Gays demand Dr. James Dobson’s removal from Radio Hall of Fame nomination. California Supreme Court passed same-sex marriage law. Pro-family representative is treated with insults at House Armed Services Committee meeting on gays in the military. Jerry Brown changes Prop 8 wording to try to ensure defeat. U.N. accords two homosexual rights group “consultive status.” Christians who speak out, quote the Bible, refuse to compromise principals in Sweden, England, Canada, are fined and/or jailed. San Francisco tells Catholics to get out.

Ford, AT&T, PG&E, McDonalds, Disney and many other corporations support and finance homosexual causes.

Is anyone out there paying attention?

JoAnn Muetterties

Grass Valley

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