Friday, October 16, 2015

Mark Creech, marriage, Little Red Riding Hood and the Supreme Court

Mark H. Creech
Mark H. Creech
Friday, Mark Creech, executive director of North Carolina's Christian Action League has a point to make about same-sex marriage at the expense of a fairy tale. Creech is the bigot who has said that “homosexuality is impure, dirty, and disgusting.” He has also claimed that “the real cause of homosexual desire or activity is the idolatrous instincts of the human heart.” There's just so much material to choose from.

Getting back to the fairy tale, Creech mutilates Little Red Riding Hood to demonstrate just how much he doesn't like the result of Obergefell v. Hodges at the Supreme Court. Given that it is the law of the land this is rather irrelevant so I'll spare my readers lengthy quotes. I'll just jump to the end:
I would not do all the work for the reader here, but if it helps, in this fable of Little Red Riding Hood, the Grandmother is traditional marriage. The wolf is homosexual activism. Little Red Riding Hood is an unsuspecting public, and, in another way, children and their future. The basket of assorted goodies signifies the many blessings and joys of real marriage. The woodcutter is true religion's opposition to so-called gay rights. His axe is state constitutional amendments to define marriage as one man and one woman. The five foolish judges are the U.S. Supreme Court justices who ruled to redefine marriage for the nation. The clever foxes are professionals who argue homosexuality is inherent, fixed, unalterable, and normal. The townspeople represent ever-changing public opinion.

Now that you have the key, perhaps you should it read <sic> again.
Probably not. Once was too much. The typo is wonderful.

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