Hillary R. Clinton – Gay Rights is a Foreign Policy Priority
So on December 6, 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton uses her turn at the microphone during an event to recognize International Human Rights Day to say:

Today, I want to talk about the work we have left to do to protect one group of people whose human rights are still denied in too many parts of the world today. In many ways, they are an invisible minority. They are arrested, beaten, terrorized, even executed. Many are treated with contempt and violence by their fellow citizens while authorities empowered to protect them look the other way or, too often, even join in the abuse. They are denied opportunities to work and learn, driven from their homes and countries, and forced to suppress or deny who they are to protect themselves from harm.

Great! She’s about to talk about Christians right? Christians who are still being horribly persecuted and suffering in so many parts of the world, especially in Muslim and Hindu majority countries – right? No . . . Clinton continues:

I am talking about gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people, human beings born free and given bestowed equality and dignity, who have a right to claim that, which is now one of the remaining human rights challenges of our time. . . . Some have suggested that gay rights and human rights are separate and distinct; but, in fact, they are one and the same. . . . Being gay is not a Western invention; it is a human reality.

First all homosexuality is not a right. Rights come from God, not man! That is the first error that Clinton made in her morally flawed logic. And we know that God has never made anyone a homosexual because homosexuality doesn’t produce new life and because of that it can never cooperate with the first commandment of God, which is to be fruitful and multiply. On the contrary, because homosexuality doesn’t produce new life it is one of the greatest threats to humanity and is only being promoted by liberals as a form of population control. This promotion of tools to reduce the world population because of some false idea that population growth in the so-called Lesser Developed Countries (LDCs) was a grave threat to U.S. national security is just an advancement of the original Kissinger Report in 1974. Their logic is that the few people there are in the world the more resources will be available for the rich and elite.

Secondly, how does this promotion of gay licenses (not rights), and using our tax dollars to do it, make our country any safer? Just as we class pedophilia a crime in this country, other countries are equally justified to class sodomy as a crime. These are free lifestyle choices that individuals make that harm society. No one is born gay and no one is born a pedophile – these are choices they make (yes, perhaps some, due to any number of extrinsic influences – NOT intrinsic).

Not a whole lot to say continue saying here, as we should expect nothing less from these radical liberals, but here’s more reason for you to get out on November 6, 2012 and send these people back where they came from. See Clinton’s whole speech (here).

Kathleen Sebelius and Barak Obama Pander
People you know it’s election year when a liberal does the opposite of what they had been doing for the past three years. On Wednesday, Sebelius overruled the Food and Drug Administration, which had recommended that the morning-after pill Plan B One-Step is safe and should be sold without a prescription to people under 17, just as it is now to those who are 17 and older. The blatant fakery and pandering to people with moral and values was so transparent that even the New York Times coverage this farce was critical! Read it (here).

Nonetheless, thank you Kathleen and Barack for doing the right thing for all the wrong reasons! That abortion pill should have never even made it to the free market in the first place!