Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Media Pre-Occupied With Elena Kagan's Sexual Orientation. Why?

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Once again The Seattle Times is following the lead of the national press in obsessing over whether President Obama's nominee for the US Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, is homosexual.

The AP story they chose to publish this time is even apologizing for writing about it---but they keep writing.


It's odd that when people of faith and conservatives stand against the homosexual agenda to redefine marriage and re-engineer the family, they are called bigoted, hateful, and unfair; yet the very news outlets that label them as such have a continuing obsession with a nominee's sexual orientation. They can't seem to let it go.

And while the so-called "mainstream press" writes on, homosexual activists are demanding she "make a statement" about her sexual orientation.

This is where a mix of perversion and political correctness takes us.

There is a mountain of reasons why Elena Kagan should not be confirmed to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Newt Gingrich, while making a speech on Second Amendment rights the other night, digressed for 1 minute and 39 seconds and gave one huge reason why she should never, ever serve on the highest court in the land.

He said, "All you have to know about the President's nominee is..." His remarks will inform and inspire you.

We learned first hand that although it was homosexual activists in the Washington State Legislature that sponsored SB 5688, setting the stage for homosexual marriage in the state, it was three so-called family friendly Republicans that joined in helping pass the legislation.

Although Senators Dan Swecker, Val Stevens, Pam Roach and Representative Matt Shea and others pled with their peers not to pass the legislation because it was the last step to homosexual marriage in the state, Sen. Curtis King of Yakima, Sen. Dale Brandland of Bellingham (42 Dist.) and Sen. Cheryl Pflug of East King County (5th District) broke from their Republican colleagues and voted for the homosexual agenda.

It happens on both the state and national level. You elect someone whom you feel will represent your values and once elected, they vote differently.

I have no doubt that the President's nominee, if confirmed, will work hard to redefine marriage, abolish DOMA, abolish "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," expand abortion and as she has said, "redistribute speech" and further erode personal freedoms.

However, the press may well be feeding this part of her story to simply cloud the overwhelming reasons why we should demand that our elected officials oppose her nomination.

Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Blessed. Be Vocal.

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