You can’t make these things up

Today I came across a surprisingly candid outline of the homosexual agenda (h/t FoxPolitics).  The document, called “Make Change, Not Lawsuits,” is posted on the ACLU website and endorsed by eight activist pro-homosexual groups and the ACLU.

The message of the 7-page document is– it’s possible to attain homosexual “marriage” throughout the United States through two means: changing law (exclusively through legislatures and courts) and winning the battle of ideas in the public square (i.e., public acceptance of homosexual marriage).  And they’re right.

In fact, it’s what we’ve been saying for years about the homosexual agenda and the need for our state’s constitutional amendment.  Notice the authors do not want to have the public vote on homosexual “marriage,” probably because in every state where the people voted on the issue, they upheld traditional marriage–all 30 states (AL, AZ, AR, AK, CA, CO, FL, GA, HI, ID, KS, KY, LA, MI, MO, MS, MT, NE, ND, NV, OH, OR, OK, SD, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WI).

So, what do “we the people” know that jeopardizes the agenda for homosexual marriage?   “We the people”  know the institution of marriage is unique and needs to be protected for the good of society.

How do I convey that when I’m the subject of these “conversation campaigns” the document is encouraging their activists to undertake?  Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family wrote an excellent, succinct piece entitled “Why not gay marriage?” (It takes a long time to download but here’s a great summary).

I encourage you to read the article, check out the sources/citations and pass on the message–the institution of marriage as the union of one man and one woman is absolutely vital to society!


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