Wednesday, October 10, 2007

What's wrong with this picture?

Caution: parental guidance advised

Recently, law enforcement arrested Sen. Larry Craig (R-Idaho) for solicitation of gay sex in a Minneapolis public bathroom - but such laws were suspended in San Francisco to allow for public displays of oral sex and nudity at Folsom Street Fair. (See promotional poster on left.)

Media (including local media) provided extensive coverage of one person (Craig, a conservative) soliciting sex in Minneapolis, while ignoring hundreds of thousands attending the event in San Francisco which flaunted public sex, nudity, fondling and oral sex - all with children present.

And our legislators voted for a Federal Hate Crimes law to give states more power to prosecute hate crimes - but say we don't need a Federal Marriage Amendment to help states protect marriage.

What's wrong with this picture?

Will it become a hate crime to speak out against events like the Folsom Street Fair? Will your pastor be prosecuted for citing Scripture that condemns these acts - or the blasphemous, sadistic poster above. Will your children be indoctrinated to affirm and perform these unhealthy sex acts in public schools?

You already know the answer. Right now, in your heart of hearts you know the truth but are likely afraid to speak for fear of being called hateful and intolerant - while Minnesota public schools indoctrinate your children to accept same-sex marriage and teach "safe" homosexual sex. (e.g., Birds & Bees Project)

Perhaps your discomfort and silence today is enabling generations of children to become comfortable with sin, unhealthy sex and the destruction of marriage tomorrow.

Is that what you really want?

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