The self-righteous, holier-than-thou crowd are constantly flouting laws and regulations that they do not like. Usually the excuse is framed as religious liberty. It is worth noting that we all subsidize non-profit organizations. Not only are their revenues tax exempt and tax deductible for the donors but these organizations do not pay local sales and use taxes. It is bad enough that I have to subsidize anti-gay hate groups; I draw a distinct line when a not-for-profit is actually a for-profit corporation.
Wednesday at Charisma News, Mr. Hillman carefully explores the development of the Homosexual Agenda™ which culminates in the publication of the book After the Ball which nobody, except conservative Christians, seems to have read.
The first thing they needed to do was exchange the truth for a lie and convince their core audience to believe the lie so they will passionately believe in and fund their mission. What is the lie? “God made me gay so we should be a group that has protected rights.”
Most of us hear the rationale of gay activists that they are born gay rather than their sexual preference being an influence of how they were raised through their exposure to societal factors and childhood wounds that predisposed them to this lifestyle. Kirk and Madsen made an amazing admission in their playbook written in the late ’80s, After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the ’90s.
I don’t have a sexual preference but I do have an economic preference and that is to not subsidize Mr. Hillman’s for-profit enterprise. Therefore (and yes I know there are two typos):