[ASI] Stay Straight; Don't Go Gay

March 28th, 2013 at 11:48 am EST
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America's Survival:

I have had my disagreements with Rush Limbaugh, but I thank him for going after Bill O'Reilly of Fox News. O'Reilly had dismissed opponents of homosexual marriage as "Bible thumpers." Limbaugh points out that includes many in his audience.

Here's what O'Reilly said: "The compelling argument is on the side of homosexuals. That's where the compelling argument is. 'We're Americans. We just want to be treated like everybody else.' That is a compelling argument. And to deny that, you've got to have a very strong argument on the other side. The other side hasn't been able to do anything but thump the Bible."

Limbaugh countered: "So how many of you who watch Fox are Bible thumpers? Do you think there are any Bible thumpers, quote/unquote, that watch Fox? Because last night you were sort of marginalized on The Factor as not having a compelling argument and just being a bunch of Bible thumpers."

Limbaugh is correct that Fox News is attacking its own audience. But it's worse than that.  As we have documented, Fox News is financing the homosexual movement. 

Almost as dumb as O'Reilly, Republican chairman Reince Priebus gave an interview to USA Today that mocked those of us who believe in traditional values.

Rather than talk about the value of traditional marriage, and its benefits for children, he denounced opponents of homosexual marriage as "Old Testament heretics." He says the GOP platform opposes homosexual marriage but that the party should welcome homosexuals into the party.

"To me, it keeps coming back to demographics," he said to USA Today. He said the GOP needs to expand its appeal to Latinos, blacks and other minorities or face "a very bleak future."

But if he thinks "going gay" will work, he has another thing coming. As one who covered Tuesday's March for Marriage, it was significant that there were so many members of minority groups. This was not a mostly white crowd. In addition to the presence of black, Hispanic and Asian supporters of traditional marriage, there were some notable Democrats, such as New York State Senator Ruben Diaz, and he let people know he was several minorities in one.

"I'm Puerto Rican," he said. "I'm black, with kinky hair. I am a Democrat and I am a Senator. I'm against abortion. I'm against same-sex marriage and I won the last election with 89 percent of the vote."

If the GOP wants to appeal to minorities, do not "go gay." Rather, STAY STRAIGHT.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net



For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




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