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Posted on Oct 23, 2008 Print this Article

Obama's Gay Activist Supporters Threaten Society And The Military

An October 20 commentary by Linda Harvey on WordNetDaily.com, titled "Gay Pedophilia & Obama", profiles Kevin Jennings, founder and long-time head of the radical homosexual group GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. Jennings is now the Obama campaign's fundraising co-chair for the "LGBT" (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community. Harvey describes Jennings' promotion of a radical homosexual agenda through the vehicle of the public school system. In calling for Obama to remove Jennings from his position with his campaign, Harvey enumerates several questions that arise from Jennings official association with the Obama campaign.

Many of these same questions apply to the radical homosexual agenda with respect to the military. Once the gay activists' achieve their goal of open homosexuality in the ranks, the arguments against imposing the same upon civil society, such as in the public schools, become greatly weakened. That is the whole idea. If the homosexual agenda is acceptable for the military, one of our nation's most conduct-restrictive public institutions, why would it not be acceptable in all civilian institutions?

If anyone doubts the intent of Sen. Barack Obama to push the gay agenda to the limit, be sure to click on the box highlighted in Ms. Harvey's piece as "LGBT Left," and then on the "More Videos" section of Obama's rainbow-decorated web page. The only mystery is, why has the McCain campaign declined to draw distinctions between McCain's position and the radical LGBT agenda?

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Interested readers, including members of the military, are invited to comment through the "Confidential Contact" site on this website, www.cmrlink.org. Nothing in the CMR SITREP Blog is intended to aid or hinder elections or the passage of legislation before Congress.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008 Print this Article