Editorial: Obama promotes homosexuality

When President Obama ran in 2008, he said he was against homosexual marriage.

Now he is the biggest promoter of homosexuality in America.

In June, he designated Stonewall Inn as a national monument. This is a designation exclusively held for places of honor in America.

But the  Stonewall National Monument in New York City will be the first addition to the National Park System specifically highlighting the history of homosexuality.

The infamous homosexual bar in New York’s Greenwich Village came to the forefront in June of 1969. Homosexuals at the bar fought against police and gained the complete support of the liberal U.S. media.

The bar had been raided repeatedly due to illegal activity and acts of perversion.

“Raids like these were nothing new, but this time the patrons had had enough,” Obama said in a White House video announcing the new monument. “So they stood up and spoke out. The riots became protests. The protests became a movement. The movement ultimately became an integral part of America.”

Obama and his ilk try to equate the battle for special homosexual rights to the struggle for black people in the 1960s. There’s no comparison. Minorities are born that way. Homosexuals choose their aberrant sexual behavior.

Obama is so committed to homosexuality that he mention edStonewall Inn in his second inaugural address. Of course, after he was safely elected in a second term, he came out for legalized homosexual marriage.

This is a slipperly slope for American culture. First, Bill Clinton accepted homosexuals in the military with his “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Then the U.S. Supreme Court ordered all 50 states to accept homosexual marriage.

Next will be the acceptance of polygamy, pedophilia (at first, it will be if the child consents to sex with an adult) and who knows where it will end.

This is one more reason why Hillary Clinton – who also reversed her position on homosexual marriage – should not be elected to create a “third term” for Obama.