Bryan Fischer
October 11, 2009
Lurching toward Sodom and Gomorrah
By Bryan Fischer

Judge Robert Bork wrote a book a number of years ago in which he described an America that was "slouching towards Gomorrah." Well, you can forget the slouching part. We are now running pell-mell, headlong toward Gomorrah, racing into the moral abyss at breakneck speed.

We are no longer on some kind of slippery slope. The United States is going over a moral Niagara in a flimsy barrel.

Pres. Barack Obama last night told cheering throngs of homosexual activists that he is determined to change the law that declares that homosexuality is incompatible with military service. He also pledged to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, the only thing that stands between civilization and darkness when it comes to the definition of marriage. If DOMA is repealed, it is a certainty that some federal court somewhere will compel all 50 states to perform homosexual weddings, regardless of what their own state constitutions say.

With the hate crimes bill virtually certain to be the law of the land by this time next week, and the Employment Non-Discrimination Act gathering steam, it is possible that all four major objectives of homosexualists will be accomplished in the United States by this time next year. The rewriting of America's moral code on matters of sexuality will be complete.

Family law will be turned into something unrecognizable if DOMA is repealed, and the homosexual agenda will invade the military if DADT is repealed, and the homosexual agenda will invade the workplace if ENDA is passed.

The hate crimes law means that it will be a criminal offense to think politically incorrect thoughts about homosexual behavior, transgenderism, and a host of other sexually non-normative orientations. People who engage in normative sexual expression will now have less legal protection than cross-dressers, pedophiles, prostitutes and voyeurs.

Our schools, under the influence of Kevin Jennings, an avowed homosexual who sees nothing wrong with adult males preying on teenage boys, will become indoctrination centers in homosexual dogma.

Homosexuality will become the favored sexual orientation in our country in all segments of society, and perversion will be granted special protections in the military and the workplace that are denied to heterosexuals and people of faith. No disagreement will be allowed; in fact, it will be punishable by fines, incarceration or worse.

Dissent will no longer by the highest form of patriotism. It will instead by the quickest path to getting fired, sued or jailed. Welcome to fascist America.

If there was ever a time for conservatives to stand athwart history and yell "Stop!", the time is now.

© Bryan Fischer


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