Monday, May 12, 2014

A Twisted Sense Of Accomplishment

One of the biggest stories in the media over the last few weeks has been the fact that Michael Sam became the first openly gay player in the NFL. But that wasn't enough. The news stations have been looping perverse video footage of Sam giving another man a "full on kiss" in celebration of being picked up by a team. Sam is now being hailed as a hero. So much so thatThe President even went so far as to congratulate, and praise Sam for his courage. But the attributes of courage, and accomplishment have been woefully misapplied in an attempt to validate Sam's behavior, and pasify the queer bullies, also known as the gay community. 

It begs the question. Where is the courage and heroism in letting ones sexual preferences, and or proclivities be known to the world?

The answer to this rhetorical question is, there isn't any. Describing Michael Sam's personal choices with such positive attributes in nothing more than a sad attempt to legitimize homosexuality. An all out marketing campaign to sell an image, or a lifestyle. The product (homosexuality), is being sold not only as something that should be accepted as the norm, but preferable because of the adjectives that are now being associated with being gay. In reality it is nothing more than a sexual orientation championed by those on a constant mission to ram it down our throats. Either you swallow it, you choke, or you stick to your right as an American to have an opinion.

Watching Michael Sam kiss his "boyfriend" on the 5' o'clock news is no different than watching pornography on the 5 o'clock news as far as I'm concerned. The only difference is that people recognize porn for what it is.


1 comment:

  1. There are many verses in the Bible which speak against homosexuality. I don't condone it--however, I believe that there is free will and as a result (as the old folks used to say) we have to "work out our own soul salvation."