The homosexual community is planning a nationwide protest on Saturday, November 15 and will probably continue throughout the year and perhaps even through next year and forever until they get their demands met. They have a website committed to providing links to area blogs and sites that give the place of each meeting. That can be found on this web page: Join the Impact!
Why the demonstrations? They said on that page:“This is an issue of equality across America. Stand up and make your voice heard!”
The LGBT community is still comparing their rights to the California issue of interracial marriages and how the courts had to override the vote of the people of California in 1948 which voted to outlaw interracial marriages. What they refuse to accept is that skin color is morally neutral while sexual preferences is not! Interracial couples can marry and bare children. Interracial couples, whether having their own or through adoption, can still provide the stable environment that ALL children need, a mother and father in a true female and male biological makeup.
They are making this a campaign against hate (see their “Fight the Hate” icon above). Is that true that we who oppose them hate them? Only partially. We HATE their HOMOSEXUALITY which is outright immoral. We do not hate the individuals at all. We have the right to hate immorality. Hollywood and San Francisco and all that support them are not recognizing and understanding why those of us who voted for Prop 8 can possibly be so “hurtful” towards the LGBT community. For one, Hollywood and San Francisco are great examples of the immoral sewage that is spilling out of California, so it makes sense that these two places would support homosexuality.
Yes, it hurts for the LGBT community to be told that homosexuality is immoral. But there are major differences in fighting for continuing immoral acts compared to fighting for civil rights of those with different skin colors from the majority. An example is the 4Simpsons blog which gives a quick rundown on the why not to support those unions here.
See next post on Playing the Race Card on Gay Marriage to show why gay rights does not equal civil rights of the past.