I am on an email list for LGBT journalists/bloggers/PR people, and today someone on that list pointed out a recent conducted by the “Christian” news service OneNewsNow.com.
The poll question was: “What’s the major factor that allows homosexuals – a tiny fraction of the whole population – to dictate major changes in cultural morality?”
About 7,000 people responded. Of that number, 15 percent said it’s money that lets us homos control things and warp the morals of the culture. Another 7 percent said we do it through half-truths, and 33 percent said we intimidate our way to power.
But most of them had a much simpler explanation: 45 percent of the people who responded say LGBTs are able to change the cultural morality because — ready for this? — Satan is on our side. That’s right folks, the devil helps us do it.
I went to the OneNewsNow website to check it out for myself. But I couldn’t find that particular poll. It has apparently been replaced by a new poll question, asking for people’s reactions to a decision by the Arkansas State Supreme Court, released this week, striking down a constitutional amendment, approved by voters, to prohibit lesbians and gays from becoming foster or adoptive parents in that state. I found the choice of answers to be rather enlightening: “• Voters lose … courts win; • Children lose … gay activists win; • Morality loses … political correctness wins.”
Interesting, isn’t it, that they don’t give you the choice of saying “Doing the right thing wins … Right-wingnut homophobes lose.”
Anyway, I chose “Voters lose … courts win” because it wouldn’t let me see poll results until I chose one, and that was the least offensive choice to me. With 130 responses so far, “Voters lose … courts win” trails with 20 percent; followed by “Children lose … gay activists win” with 29.23 percent and, the winner, “Morality loses … political correctness wins” with 50.77 percent.
Makes sense, of course. We all know that “Political Correctness” is Satan’s mantra, and Satan is on our side.
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