Monday, January 6, 2014

Mark Creech sees a vast left wing conspiracy

Mark Creech, executive director of North Carolina's Christian(ist) Action League has said that “homosexuality is impure, dirty and disgusting.” Creech has said many things to denigrate gay people. Now, it seems, he is upset that ABC's Good Morning America host, Robin Roberts, has come out as gay. According to Creech this was all choreographed by gay activists:
Consider. Phil Robertson is from the South. Robin Roberts is from the South. Phil Robertson is a beloved television personality. Robin Roberts is a beloved television personality. Phil Robertson attended a university in Louisiana. Robin Roberts went to a university in Louisiana. Phil Robertson is a person of devout Christian faith. Robin Roberts is someone who professes to be a person of devout Christian faith.

Coincidence? Hardly! Contrived? More than likely. Especially since Robert's "coming out" takes place in conjunction with Robertson's reinstatement.
Unable to shut down the voice of one who opposes the homosexual lifestyle from a biblical perspective, gay activists and their media supporters must counter with the voice of someone they believe might eclipse it.
Sure Mark. So now we are comparing some cretinous redneck duck caller who lucked out with a reality show to an accomplished journalist who began a broadcasting career more than 30 years ago. But Creech doesn't leave it at that:
But there is a concerted effort, a vast left wing conspiracy, if you will, to stamp out any Christian voice opposed to the LGBT agenda to normalize same-sex relationships. The list of LGBT characters in television, radio, comedy, dramas, news and information, soaps, etc. are voluminous. However, a popular lone voice on a reality show with a biblical stand in opposition to same-sex relationships causes an uproar not soon to be forgotten. I think the gay community doth protest too much.
Enough with this "biblical stand" BS. Shut the hell up! While they believe it they are not telling reporters, for public consumption, that all Jews are going to hell. Imagine the backlash. Shut up. We don't want to hear anti-gay bigotry cloaked as religious propaganda. We don't want our community's children to hear it and we don't want the children of gay parents to hear it. Keep it in church. One doesn't get the option to agree or disagree with another person's sexual orientation, at least not without considerable opprobrium in return.

All of this blather is predicated on the ignorant notion that sexual orientation is some sort of choice. It is the promotion of superstition over settled science.
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