Saturday, September 3, 2011

RIck Santorum - Strikes Again

Definition of BIGOT According to Miriam Webster:
: a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance
Why does this culture insist on using words that do not apply? Is it perhaps because calling someone a bigot sounds like a big deal? Even if you have inappropriately used the word. You may be saying but Ron, Mr. Santorum is "intolerantly devoted to his own opinion and prejudice" to which I would reply, no he is devoted to the truth as it relates to reality and created things. The reality is that men were not created to procreate with each other nor were women. If in fact, all men or all women chose to have same sex relationships, there would actually be no children for them to adopt. Understanding reality and the proper order of things in creation is not intolerance it is reason in action. Maybe you think Mr. Santorum is a hater. He has made it clear on numerous occasions that he doesn't hate anybody nor does he want to legislate against people who struggle with same sex attractions, rather, he simply does not wish for politicians and pagans to force the re-definition of marriage on society. Moral choices such as having sex with someone of the same sex are not the equivalent of being born black, hispanic, asian, indonesian, or any other ethnic group with dark skin. Engaging in sexual acts with someone of the same sex is a choice that individuals make being born with dark skin is clearly not. They are not comparable. Redefining words such as bigot and prejudice and throwing them around at everyone who refuses to take the trolly to the land of make believe with you, is not only bad form it's highly dishonest. 

I enjoy Mr. Santorum's moxy!  Poor college kids getting their moral formation from the American Psychological Association. Well done Mr. Santorum.

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