How the American People are Being Duped By the Media and the Gay Lobby
If the recent Gallup poll is to be believed, that the majority of Americans now support the right of same-sex couples to marry, one has to wonder why the change in public opinion. Another recent Gallup poll might shed some light on why the public might be more open to same-sex unions and why they are being misled. According to Gallup, Americans now believe that 25% of the population is gay or lesbian. This number is incredibly inflated!
The classic study on the subject was done by Alfred Kinsey in the 1960's. Kinsey proposed that 10% of men between the ages of 16 and 55 had been "more or less excusively homosexual" for at least three years. Gay activists jumped on this study to show, in their minds anyway, the existence of a sizeable gay community. But, Kinsey's study was never meant to count the number of homosexuals but to simply illustrate human sexual activity. But, the activists saw this as a great tool and the 10% figure stuck for decades.
But, even that percentage is now thought to be inflated. According to demographer Gary Gates, based on an extensive review of population based surveys, the number of self-identifying gays and lesbians is about 9 million people, or 3.8% of the population.
Why this disconnect between reality and perception? Its the result of a massive propaganda campaign directed at the American public on two fronts: the media and the public school system.
The media has been attempting to normalize the gay lifestyle for decades. I can remember, as a very young child, an episode of Phil Donohue where his guests were two very normal looking gay men. They could have been pulled from General Casting by requesting "two all-American jock-types". They were there to dispel all the "lies" about gays. They are just like us, except in the bedroom! Also, the audience was comprised entirely of young children: teens, tweens and other impressionable sub-groups. That was nearly 30 years ago. In the meantime, we've had Will and Grace, Ellen, Glee, programs on MTV and VH1 dedicated to advancing the normalization of homosexuality and all aimed at the young. Sure, you're going to think that the world is gay if that is all you ever see when you turn on the television!
When the kids aren't sitting in front of the tv, they are being indoctrinated at school. Let's start at the top with President Obama's pick as the Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools, Kevin Jennings. Mr Jennings, who founded the Gay and Lesbian Independent School Teachers Education Network, wrote the forwad to a book entitled “Queering Elementary Education.” This book is a collection of essays by different authors who supported teaching young children about homosexuality. Mr. Jennings’ foreword explains why he thinks it is important to start educating children about homosexuality as early as activist-educators can get away with doing so.
You can go here to see many examples of the prevalence of the homosexual propganda being foisted on our children every day at school.
The bottom line here is that we are seeing our society reshaped, degraded, by 3.8% of the population and their supporters. They are waging a war against over 90% of the public and they are winning by propaganda and misinformation.
Our young Marxist/Maoist El Presidente has sold out this country, and our entire military. His communist minions have been working tirelessly to weaken this nation’s ability to defend itself. Not just from the legion of the damned, which comprises the current crop of the world’s heavyweight bad guys. We all know who they are and that someday we will have to confront some of them, possibly sooner rather than later.
Mr ObaMao has alienated many of our friends and allies as he pranced about the globe genuflecting before tyrants and dictators, all the while bleating his delusional nostra culpa.
Our borders and ports of entry are virtually undefended… intentionally. We have people flooding across our borders, almost at will. We know for a fact that thousands of middle eastern types have smuggled themselves up through South and Central America, through Mexico, and into the United States where they reside right now.
There are jihadist cells throughout our country, and many are being given aid and shelter by radicalized Mosques across the country. Most of these Mosques have been financed by Saudi Arabian or other radical Islamist so-called ‘charities’. We don’t have to go overseas to find them. They’re right here. They are infiltrating our schools and our city and state governments. They have penetrated to the highest levels of our government and are influencing policy in favor of more Islamic acceptance. read more »
What we are witnessing is the inevitable and entirely predictable result of our intemperance in choosing the leadership of our country. We chose a man who had no discernible management training or experience whatsoever. We chose a man who had no track record for us to check. One who has spent (and is still spending) millions of dollars to keep hidden any record of his life, schooling or, for that matter, the very sparse resume he brings to the presidency with him.
There is little or nothing in the way of legislative accomplishment to point to for his attenuated Illinois State Senate stint… except setting a record for the most ‘present’ votes. A ‘present’ vote, folks, is a lot like nothing… which is precisely what we’ve gotten from him. It’s more indicative of the inner character of the man… if that’s what you care to call him.
We’re all far too well versed on the Obama phenomenon and the unlikely sequence of events that put the Marxist / Islamophile in office. It’s only fair to say that, between his determined sprint to national socialism (does that have a familiar ring to it?) and his equally determined championing of all things pertaining to radical Islam, there’s not a lot of room for America… or Americans.
Yesterday, Barack Hussein Obama celebrated his Vietnam. This will, along with his many other stellar accomplishments, be hung around his neck like an anvil. By telegraphing withdrawals, and the number of combat forces to be removed, he has signed the death warrants of more US service members. This man is disgustingly weak and a traitor to this country… in fact if not in deed. read more »
While the three witches from Macbeth and that troll Stephen Breyer are busy conjuring up ways to make our lives miserable, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court has been handing down a remarkable number of excellent decisions as it closes its current term. Is there hope yet for finding ObamaCare unconstitutional in 2012?
On Monday, the court ruled in favor of Wal-Mart that 1.6 million female employees from all different experience levels, supervisory positions, managerial structures, work specialties, employment backgrounds, ages, races, geographical regions, and 3,400 different retail stores cannot collectively prove that they were paid less or denied promotions because of their genitalia.
The plaintiffs didn’t have a particular manager in common, or a particular store, or even a particular region of the country.
Ignore for the moment the fact that a much higher percentage of female employees work part-time or take extended leave to give birth to or care for children, have shorter work histories, or assume fewer responsibilities or work less overtime because they have more modest aspirations for reaching upper management. Never mind that Wal-Mart was named one of the 35 best companies for promoting females in 2007 by the National Association for Female Executives.
The fact remains: The purpose of our court system is to dispense justice by punishing offenders for specific, provable acts of wrongdoing. The purpose of a class action lawsuit is to allow numerous victims who have suffered an identical inconvenience from a specific, narrow, defective or faulty product, service, or contractor—a medicine with an unforeseen side effect, a car door handle that breaks off, a provision violated in the fine print of a banking contract—to pool their resources and force a corporation to address a systematic problem via a substantial monetary settlement. read more »
Military strategy dictates that if you decide “where” a fight will take place, then you will be able to choose the ground that is most favorable to you. The same holds true in politics.
As debate in Washington rages over the deficit, the debt and the debt limit, Republicans in Congress need to keep in mind that the table for the 2012 election is being set – and a fight over big, expensive government offers the GOP the perfect opportunity to choose their own ground.
The 2010 midterm elections offer some instruction on this point. According to a Gallup poll, that election set a modern day record for the highest percentage of people who claimed that they were “more enthusiastic” about voting just prior to election day, (53%). Further, it represented the largest “enthusiasm” gap between self-identified Republicans vs. Democrats – with 63% of Republicans saying they were more enthusiastic, vs. 44% of Democrats.
This begs the question, what were they excited about (or not)? Of course the answer is government – the new Obama brand of bigger, more intrusive and expensive government, to be specific. Republicans couldn’t wait to kick it in the teeth, and far fewer Democrats were interested in defending the policies of the man they so enthusiastically put in office just two years earlier.
In other words, the party whose voters are more enthusiastic is likely to win, which is all the more reason to stay focused on the conservative issues that excite our base. read more »
Another media/establishment instant darling. This guy bears watching… but not voting for. Yesterday, we watched as former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman attempted to take on the mantle of Ronald Reagan, announcing his candidacy from the same place… in front of the Statue of Liberty, where Reagan announced his 1980 presidential run. Ronaldus Magnus this guy is not. Not even close.
His speech was bland and milquetoast. It was accommodationist blather, full of cup-half-empty assertions of how this country has lost its greatness. He then went on to remind us of our manners, and how he at least would maintain the high ground throughout this campaign. He loves and respects our president, just as he knows Barack Hussein Obama just loves this li’l old country to death, doncha know?
Okay, Governor or not, RINO platitudes or not… this man is no Conservative. The Lame Stream statist press is holding him up as their darling. It’s the same routine all over again.
Republican history has shown us repeatedly that we win when we stick to Conservative principles, and we lose when we stray into the area of ‘moderate’ Republicans. Beware the chosen of the party establishment. These bozos are working as hard against Conservatism and the Constitution as they are the opposition… maybe harder. read more »
Up in smoke...
It's been a year now since the Obama administration proclaimed the "Recovery Summer" (or, the Summer of Love for what "The One" is doing for the economy).
So how'd all that work out? Well, unless you're a government employee, not too good.
American Job Creators has a great video out which pretty well get's the point across. Enjoy - and feel free to share...
The strength of the so-called Tea Party groups has been that they are entirely the expression of the American people. They are a direct result of the danger that the country is in. It is a popular movement, driven by the will of a people who have been pushed to their limits by an oppressive regime dedicated to an alien way of life which imposes their doctrine of tyranny over every aspect of our lives.
The Patriot Movement has emerged as the heart of the Republican Party, with 60% of Republicans stating that they are Conservative. A not surprising additional 20% of Independents identify themselves as Tea Party members… bad news for the De Marxists who virtually had the independent vote to themselves in the 2008 election cycle.
This oft buried factoid has Democrat planners really concerned over the 2012 Presidential elections… it’s the independent voters who most often determine the course of any tight race in America. As if that wasn’t enough, they’re saddled with what looks like the least saleable second-term President in US history.
I predicted, even before Barack Hussein Obama was elected, that the burnish would soon fade off his shiny armor and his charger would turn to a jackass. Being right has little satisfaction when in the last two and a half years this neophyte emperor has overseen the loss of over two million American jobs and the deliberate assault on the American economy on a multitude of fronts. We all see it, we all feel it. The American mind is focused like a laser. read more »
Wonder what the food fascists advocating dietary asceticism scarfed down as children. As anyone that has sat through an evangelistic missionary testimonial knows, those griping the loudest about your errant ways are usually the ones that could make a sailor blush before they came to religion.
A Chicago school's policy of controlling what students eat is an example of the threat posed to human liberty by public education. Sad thing is many private educators are just as eager to usurp parental authority. Compounding that, if schools are religious, they'll then compile lengthy theological justifications why you are not a "good Christian" if you don't have a smile plastered across your face regarding the handed-down decree.
If babykillers insist that the government should keep its laws off the body of women wanting abortions, who in the name of Hades are these civil servants to tell anyone what they can or cannot eat for lunch? Students forced to eat food they don't want should toss it in the trash in defiance or preferably hold mass puke rallies and refuse to clean up their own regurgitation.
If educational authorities are granted control over what we eat in the name of protecting us from ourselves, where does this intervention end?
Do education flacks have the authority to tell parents what they may feed their own children in the confines of their own homes?
With each passing decade and generation, it seems the areas central planners claim jurisdiction over continue to expand and the areas over which we exercise jurisdiction and personal preference continue to contract. read more »
The New Hampshire debate is over...and the first votes in the 2012 battle for the Republican nomination will be cast in just eight months!
Some candidates have officially launched their campaigns; others plan to do so in the coming weeks - and others have decided not to run at all.
In other words, the field is starting to take shape - and we want to know what conservative activists think about it.
We are surveying over 200,000 conservatives around the country to find out what THEY think., and we want your vote to be included.
Who is your first choice? Your second? Is there anyone that you wouldn't support?
Let us know - then pass the survey on to other conservative friends by sharing it via email, Facebook or Twitter and help spread the word.
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