posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 11:29 PM
Although I personally treat individual Homosexuals whom I may run into the same way I treat anyone, which is with Respect and Compassion, I still do
not agree with their lifestyle.
As a Christian, I believe in my heart that the simple lesson of "Adam & Eve" is all the justification which is required so as to define and justify
Heterosexuality, and thus Marriage as a direct consequence of such. It does not mean that I will treat a Homosexual in a mean or disrespectful manner,
to the contrary, I will judge and treat them based upon their character and actions, but I do not condone nor hold any acceptance of this specific
aspect of their lives.
As an American, and a Constitutionalist; as a firm believer in our Founding Ideals and Traditions, and as a student of History, I believe that
Homosexuality is wrong for this Nation. We certainly do not hold any specific religion to an officially higher mound over another, nor do we
officially purpose decisions or actions upon such, but we cannot deny that the founding values of this Nation are in fact Christian, and therefore, in
opposition to the very idea of Homosexuality in general. In terms of History as well, every civilization which has succumbed to rampant and seemingly
immoral sexual practices, including Adultery, Homosexuality, and so on, has as a result of such collapsed. It is a simple fact of life, and it should
not be ignored. We MUST learn from History, it is our greatest Teacher, and to ignore or somehow believe that we will not face the same disastrous
results by taking a similar path, is utterly naive.
Therefore, I will state emphatically that I have no problem with a good, productive member of society who just so happens to be Homosexual, but I do
have a problem when likewise individuals begin to push forth their agendas upon myself and others. If you simply keep your sexuality to yourself, then
I sincerely have NO problem with such, but DO NOT attempt to commence forth on an Anti-Christian, Anti-Heterosexual, Anti-Traditional American Value
campaign. (This also applies to the need to cease with the labels and name calling, which includes blasting Christians and anti-Homosexuals as
"Homophobes". It is oh so easy to dispense with likewise ravings and such, but the truth of the matter is that you need to respect the opinions of
others, if you in turn want your opinion to be respected as well).