As the authors of the Pink Swastika said, “Homosexuals make extremely skilled liars.”
Now we know that Wednesday’s CNN-YouTube debate was less than the genuine vox populi event that its producers claimed it to be. It’s even worse that CNN continues to defend its vetting of several questioners who were easily exposed as activists. CNN network spokesman Sam Feist said that the network “didn’t ask their party affiliation or whether they were associated with a campaign,” and denounced the critics for “focusing on the questioners, but not really focusing on the questions.”
Nice try, but the dishonesty here involved more than the undisclosed political affiliations of selected questioners like David Cercone, who claimed to be a Log Cabin Republican but actually supports Democrat senator Barack Obama. Keith Kerr, the retired brigadier general who asked about gays in the military, is a member of Hillary Clinton’s National Military Veterans Group. The audience also should have been told that Kerr has been an honorary board member and lobbyist for the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), a gay activist group, since 2003. An easy search of the SLDN website reveals 33 references to his name.
We are struggling for our cultural values, it seems, at every turn. The military is the most well-thought of institution in our country, over the churches and government. It would be a shame if the Clinton feminization of the military succeeds with this blatant slap-in-the-face to relationships between the sexes which have been simple cultural norms for hundreds of years.
We don’t even know what damage it will do…but we’ve seen that the homosexual lifestyle ‘choice’ includes a ‘choice’ of a shorter lifespan than a heterosexual one. And that’s the tip of the iceberg.