BLUNT TALK AGAINST IMMORALITY: WND Attacks "All Conservatives Who Tolerate This Sin"
"Today's 'conservatives' and the sin problem" is the title of Joseph Farrah's online comments today:
"I can't even count how many times I've written in books and columns about why I am not a "conservative."
No matter how many times I do, I am still saddled with the label by friends and adversaries alike.
It seems everyone must be a conservative or a liberal in America today.
Today I write with a new reason: "Conservatives" don't recognize sin when they see it. Nearly the entire "conservative" establishment, such as it is, fears even mentioning this word or acknowledging its existence. And, I'm afraid, without that recognition, this is a movement that is hopelessly lost.
Let's take the issue of homosexuality.
In the Judeo-Christian biblical worldview, there can be no doubt that homosexual behavior is a sin - even a particularly grave sin in God's eyes, one He characterizes as "an abomination." God's Word is unequivocal on that point - New Testament or Old.
Yet, increasingly it seems, American "conservatives" are shy about calling this sin what it is. They also seem oblivious to the societal costs of affirming homosexual behavior as acceptable, normal and morally and legally equivalent to heterosexual behavior - sexually transmitted diseases, gender confusion among children, the breakdown of traditional marriage and the family unit, child molestations, military cohesiveness, the spread of moral relativism and, as history has shown, cultural decay.
When was the last time you heard a "conservative" leader with a high media profile speak out against what can only be described as the pervasive glorification of the homosexual culture in our schools, media, entertainment industry, Madison Avenue and, of course, government in all of its forms?
There are a few, to be sure - Pat Buchanan and Michael Savage come to mind. Any others?, says Farrah on WND.
THEY ARE CAPITULATING
.........It's a very big deal, and, sadly, "conservatives" are letting it happen. They aren't fighting. They are capitulating. They are compromising. They are becoming part of the problem, not the solution. Their standards are being destroyed... says Farrah.
Response from Eugene Delgaudio, President, Public Advocate:
Public Advocate has been condemning the gay lobby since 1981 when I became its spokesman.
We are conservatives and have stated that true conservatives are lovers of morality and moral values. The same people that attack you also attack Public Advocate over the years.
I am glad you are speaking out. Take your stand like John Wayne or our founding fathers would.
Mr. Farrah, you are on the straight and narrow path and you will be condemned by the compromisers who have decided to sell out our values and run our moral values into the gutter. This is a dirty battle you are engaged in and you must prepare for the most intense response from the homosexual lobby and their allies. Please continue to be a witness.
Victory is knowing that most people support you but have been shoved into the silent class of targeted Americans: the Christian. You and Public Advocate speak for the majority.
--- Eugene Delgaudio, President
For the entire column From Joseph Farrah
Today's 'conservatives' and the sin problem