posted on Nov, 18 2011 @ 03:56 AM
This should also be posted in the prophecy thread about judgment coming to San Francisco for sodomy.
Maybe this nation will wake up with what happened at Penn State. To go away from God, to mock, to deny what He proclaims to be an intrinsic evil.
One of the perversions of sodomites is the Man boy perversion. It's abominable, vile.
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What could end Rush Limbaugh's career?
Dr. Michael L. Brown - Guest Columnist - 11/15/2011 10:05:00 AM
columnists archives buttonDr. Michael Brown (FIRE School of Ministry)It was surprising to hear Rush Limbaugh say the words, "I don't have the guts
to bring it up" -- but he did, on November 8, to his massive radio audience.
Rush Limbaugh lacking the guts to address something publicly? Rush Limbaugh not willing to tackle controversy? Really?
He was responding to a statement by a caller named Lawrence as they discussed Joe Paterno and the scandal at Penn State.
Rush: "You know, if I really wanted to retire today I could answer you in a way that would end my career. Well, of course I'm therefore not gonna
say it .... There is a part of this story -- it's glaring; it's right in front of everybody -- and nobody's got the guts to say it. Nobody,
including me. I don't have the guts to bring it up. Nobody does."
Caller: "What's that?"
Rush: "Nobody has the guts to actually give the explanation for what was going on and why there was trepidation in reporting it, and that's all
I'll say. If you can figure it out on your own, fine and dandy ...."
What was Rush talking about?
Let's put this in context. If there is any prominent figure in America who does not bow down to political correctness or media pressure, it is Rush
Limbaugh. In fact, he's on record as saying that when people try to silence you, you should shout louder.
Long-time listeners of his show remember his 8-year assault on President Clinton as Slick Willie (an assault that continues to this day), his constant
mocking of Vice President Al Gore as Algore (as in "Igor"), his reviling of the "environmentalist wackos," his attacks on the "feminazis," his
mocking of Black Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan as Calypso Louie, his insulting imitation of Senator Barney Frank (to name one among many), his
renaming of TV channels, such as PMSNBC, and his incessant criticism of "Barack Hussein Obama, mmmm, mmmm, mmmm," not to mention his frequent
playing of the "Barack the Magic Negro" musical parody, featuring the "voice" of Rev. Al Sharpton.
He takes on the president, the Congress, and the media (not to mention his derisive attacks on foreign leaders and even radical Muslims), but there's
one group he won't take on, one subject he won't touch.
What is it that, in his words, could end his career? What is it about the Penn State scandal that is "glaring; it's right in front of
everybody," and yet "Nobody has the guts to actually give the explanation for what was going on and why there was trepidation in reporting it"?
Could it be that the sex abuse scandal involved a man allegedly abusing boys, meaning that the acts were homosexual in nature? And could it be that
even Rush Limbaugh didn't have the guts to address this? (Contrary to the protestations of some, a man who is sexually involved with boys is a
homosexual pedophile; a man who is sexually involved with girls is a heterosexual pedophile.)
Of course, the fact there are homosexual pedophiles does not mean that all (or most) gays are child abusers. Certainly not! And yet even Rush
Limbaugh, it appears, would not address this directly.
Perhaps Dr. Laura, another radio giant, could weigh in on this. After she expressed her respectful differences with homosexuality during her shows
more than 10 years ago, the Stop Dr. Laura campaign was birthed to thwart the launching of her new TV program.
According to StopDrLaura.com, "The year-long campaign against Dr. Laura ... so exposed Dr. Laura's anti-gay rhetoric to the world, that she could
not even sneeze without the major national media, and thousands of individual activists like yourselves, watching, recording her every word, and
pouncing when action was needed. As a result of the 50+ million hits this pro bono site received in just 10 months, and the 300,000 visitors per month
that we continued to get throughout the campaign, protests were organized in 34 cities across the country and Canada, over 170 advertisers dropped Dr.
Laura's TV show (including some 70 or so advertisers that Canadian activists got to drop her in that country alone!), and over 30 advertisers dropped
her radio show, reportedly costing her over $30 million in advertising." (For details on this, including a simultaneous attack on Dr. Laura on the
West Wing TV show, see my book A Queer Thing Happened to America, a book the publishing world felt was too hot to handle.)
Is this what the fearless Rush Limbaugh feared?
Within the last few months, both Microsoft and the CEO of Starbucks capitulated to gay activi