One of the goals of the Strident Conservative is to be a light exposing the darkness of the lying liars on the left as they spread their radical “transformation of America” agenda. Over the past year, many of the lies have been in the area of same-sex marriage and the intolerance of those who oppose the idea.
Now, in light of the Supreme Court decision that “legalized” same-sex marriage in all 50 states, some of the concerns held by folks who support traditional marriage—a union between one man and one woman—are already being realized.
While spreading the truth about the consequences of legalizing same-sex marriage, I also challenged those who read my articles or hear me on the radio to take a stand for what’s right and make their voices heard. Thankfully, many of them have said yes!
Unfortunately, there are also those who say that these new laws don’t affect them, so they don’t see the need to make a fuss. To those people, I offer this quote from the great Dr. Martin Luther King:
According to several outspoken leaders who have been legally engaged with the issue, the redefinition of marriage by the Supreme Court has set up an inevitable clash between the “right” to same-sex marriage and religious liberty.
In his dissenting opinion, Clarence Thomas, the judge that homosexual activist and Star Trek actor George Takei referred to as a “clown in blackface,”—can’t you just feel the tolerance?—warned of the wide range of implications for religious liberty as a result of the court’s endorsement of same-sex marriage, stating that it’s inevitable that the two will come into conflict.
In an article I published last February on the topic of homosexual rights, I included quotes from activists in the movement that emphatically stated that this clash wasn’t only inevitable, it was part of the plan:
“The legal struggle for queer rights will one day be a struggle between freedom of religion versus sexual orientation.” – Canadian lesbian lawyer Barbara Finlay, quoted by columnist John Leo and Janet Folger (Porter), “The Criminalization of Christianity”
The “zero-sum game” is how homosexual activist law professor and Obama EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) appointee Chai Feldblum describes the legal battles between modern “rights” based on homosexual “orientation” (read: behavior) and the traditional American principle of religious liberty.
“Gays win, Christians lose,” Feldblum said, predicting homosexuals would win most of the legal contests.
By the way, Freedom of Religion isn’t the only part of the First Amendment in danger; Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press have been affected as well. For example, a newspaper in Pennsylvania officially banned any voices of opposition on the issue of same-sex marriage.
And this just in: the Oregon couple fined $135,000 for refusing to bake a wedding cake for two lesbians are now under a court order never speak against the homosexual agenda. We’re not talking about a gag order during an active case; this is an additional order given after judgement has been rendered.
“The Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries hereby orders [Aaron and Melissa Klein] to cease and desist from publishing, circulating, issuing or displaying, or causing to be published … any communication to the effect that any of the accommodations … will be refused, withheld from or denied to, or that any discrimination be made against, any person on account of their sexual orientation.”
The lines have been drawn. The “live and let live” philosophy is history. It’s time to fight for what’s right!
It’s time to WAKE UP!