A ‘gay’ guide to GOP candidates

Salon magazine recently performed a public service for homosexuals – publishing a thorough “gay” guide to the GOP presidential candidates.

Jesus Said:

“And as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of man. They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all. Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot; they did eat, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they builded. But the same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven, and destroyed them all. Even thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed. ”
—Luke 17:26-30

“But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female.”
—Mark 10:6

But it’s not just a public service for homosexuals. It’s also a public service for those of us who see the homosexual political agenda as extremely dangerous to the very survival of our nation.

I thought I would perform a public service myself by making it unnecessary for you to read through a voluminous report in a publication littered with soft-core porn, obscenity, vulgarity and profanity by summarizing it right here.

Who is the most homosexual-friendly of the Republicans seeking the presidency?

It’s Rudy Giuliani, hands down, according to the report.

It mentions his comfort in dressing in drag and squealing “with girlish delight when real estate mogul Donald Trump nuzzled his fake breasts.” It mentions how, after his divorce, he moved in with his close friends – a homosexual couple he agreed to marry “if they ever legalize gay marriage.” It mentions how Giuliani marched in “gay pride” parades and, as late as 2002, wrote a letter commemorating the “triumph” of the 1969 Stonewall riots, the Lexington and Concord of the homosexual activist movement. It mentions that he opposes a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage – even in his bid to remake his image as the second coming of Ronald Reagan.

I agree with Salon. Giuliani is, far and away, the most homosexual-friendly person seeking the Republican nomination. It’s one reason I wouldn’t vote for him. On so many cultural issues, he’s part of the problem, not part of the solution for America.

Who’s next?

According to Salon, it’s John McCain.

“With rare exception, he has avoided engaging in the politics of sexuality through much of his political career, evidently because he doesn’t really see much of a role for government in these matters,” explains Salon.

The report also reminds us that during his 2000 run for president, he launched blistering attacks on Jerry Falwell and other evangelical leaders, calling them “agents of intolerance.”

He, too, opposes a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage – the only way to prevent it, as far as I can see.

I have other reasons for having decided not to vote for McCain, no matter what. But for those who see him as a viable alternative, consider this virtual endorsement by an advocate for the homosexual activists.

Who is the third most homosexual-friendly GOP candidate?

This might surprise some people. According to Salon, it’s Ron Paul. And that makes sense given his view of the institution of marriage. Paul said, at the debate I moderated last week, “Marriage only came about, and getting license only came about, in recent history for health reasons.”

Actually, those of us who read and believe the Bible see it a little differently. The first marriage was between Adam and Eve. It was God-ordained. It’s an institution created in heaven, not on earth.

Ron Paul is not on my list of possibilities for other reasons. But I’m finding new reasons to oppose him all the time.

The fourth most homosexual friendly Republican in the running is, according to Salon, Fred Thompson.

Thompson famously declared his opposition to a constitutional amendment to define marriage as an institution between one man and one woman by explaining it was unnecessary. On Sept. 7, he declared, “There have been no state legislatures that have affirmatively allowed gay marriages in the United States.” That same day, California legislators did just that.

While initially somewhat excited about Thompson as a possible electable alternative to the other front-runners, responses like this and his avoidance altogether of the Values Voters Debate has rendered me extremely skeptical about voting for him under any circumstances.

In fifth place is Mitt Romney, dubbed by Salon, “the switch-hitter.” The report notes that his position on the issue today is 180 degrees opposite from the way he governed in Massachusetts.

“The Romney record on these issues is such a muddle that his performance in the White House is difficult to predict,” concludes Salon.

I agree. Anyone willing to take a chance on that crapshoot? Not me.

In sixth place is Mike Huckabee.

“He has told reporters that he is open to state-sponsored civil unions that would bestow the legal rights of marriage on gay and lesbian couples,” says the report.

It strikes me that Huckabee is trying to be everything to everyone. Didn’t we have enough of that with the election of another Arkansas governor by the name of Bill Clinton?

The other candidates vying for the GOP nomination could all be safely described as open, unadulterated opponents of the homosexual agenda, according to both Salon and my own research. They are: Tom Tancredo, Duncan Hunter, Sam Brownback and Alan Keyes.

It seems to me homosexual activists have more choices among the Republican candidates than do traditional Republicans.

  1. Peregrina, 27 September, 2007

    Sometimes it’s difficult not to be discouraged. But my politics are ultimately eternal…my heart knows this…but at times my head runs off by itself.

    Sigh. I have always taken a bit of pride in never missing an election, even the locals. At this rate, I wonder if this will be the first.

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