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Saturday, December 8, 2007

Al Sharpton teams up with Homosexual Activists

The list of liberal left wing organizations is rather lengthy.
Al Sharpton’s National Action Network
Arizona Transgender Alliance
Equality Arizona
Human Rights Campaign
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
American Civic Liberties Union of Arizona
Planned Parenthood
National Organization of Women

All these groups are working together to push for an Employment Non-Discrimination Act in Scottsdale Arizona.
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Everything I’ve read indicates that most blacks don’t like homosexuals comparing their fight for rights with the black’s fight for rights. So what’s the "Reverend" Sharpton doing in the middle of this one? After all, he's been recorded using the word "homo" in a derogatory manner on numerous occasions and has indicated he does not approve of the lifestyle. So which is it, Rev?

Al’s on the wrong side. (Actually, he’s on his own side, which happens to be aligned with whatever side suits his agenda at the moment.)

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4 Comments:

At 8:53 AM, Anonymous American said...

I'm with you on Al Sharpton. This man has no credibility in my eyes. He does things only to get media attention.

However, I support no descrimination. Why should we care about someone's sexuality? To be honest, majority of the people in our country had sex with more than one partner. Majority of the americans had pre-marital sex, watched porno....list goes on. I oppose all these things and I never did any of these things in my peronal life. Does this give me a right to show descrimination to others? Answer - NO!!

 
At 1:14 PM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

American, you seem to forget that my blog is based on my faith. God says that certain things are a sin - including homosexuality. Therefore, I believe it should not be promoted, condoned, or accepted as normal. If I own a business, I don't want an unrepentant adulterer working with me - nor do I want an unrepentant homosexual working with me. And I should have a right to make that decision. It's MY business.

As for your statement that most americans had pre-marital sex, watched porno, etc. - this is a statement based on opinion, but without validity because you cannot produce facts to back it up.

And even if it were true, that would not make it acceptable, or right, or to be promoted, condoned or treated as acceptable.

 
At 5:08 PM, Anonymous American said...

You can find many studies on American's sex life giving details on virginity and number of partners. Here is one if you bother to read:

http://www.mcsweeneys.net/links/press01/sex.html

As to your point on God's word: I've no issue in you following your God's word. Actually I support your right to practice your religion. If it becomes a policy, then I have an issue. I don't want a Theocracy. That was my point.

 
At 8:57 PM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

I went to the link, but was not convinced. A survey of 2000 Americans, in a country of over 300,000,000 people is not what I'd call a very scientific or accurate study. Besides that, a survey done by a condom company does not seem to be one that would not be somewhat skewed.

Again, though, my point was that even if every American in the US was having pre-marital or adulterous sex and watching porn, it still would not make it something to be touted as normal, condoned, or acceptable.

This country was founded on Christianity, and I believe its leaders should be Christian, but that doesn't mean I don't think everyone has a right to worship or not worship whatever or whoever they want to . I do believe in freedom of religion. I also believe in freedom from religion. I don't believe in a "state religion" such as was in Europe at the time our forefathers came to this country.

I have some good friends who are atheists, agnostics, and Mormon, Jehovah's witness etc. I believe they have a right to believe what they believe. But I'm going to do my best to convince them they are wrong - because I love them and don't want to see them enter eternity without Christ. If you think that's intolerant, or bigoted, or prideful, or whatever - so be it.

 

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