Russia more moral than America
When the Soviet Union failed, some leaders in that vast country looked to America for moral leadership. Public school superintendents invited Christian missionaries into all parts of Russia to teach the Bible.
Even though the former Communist administrators didn’t believe in Christianity themselves, they knew that a common morality lacking under socialism was needed to hold society together.
Guess who now is providing more moral leadership – Russian President (and KGB operative) Vladimire Putin or Barack Hussein Obama, president of the United States?
The answer is Putin.
Putin’s government has approved strict new laws that deter the public display of homosexuality in Russia.
That has brought disdain from Obama, who is the first president in America to endorse homosexual marriage.
The radical homosexual movement in the United States and their pals in the mainstream media are so incensed that Putin would take any action against sexual perversity that they are organizing a boycott of Russian vodka and are pushing for a boycott of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Apparently, some outspoken homosexual athletes are planning to compete in those scheduled games.
This is not to say that Russia is correct in its treatment of it citizens. And the freedoms that Americans currently enjoy should not be curtailed.
But Putin, along with the Russian Orthodox Church, understand how the rapid growth of acceptance of homosexuality can undermine the underpinnings of a society (remember what happened in ancient Rome?).
The Russian people are fed up with the push to make the public accept homosexuality, particularly the rush to accommodate homosexual marriage in the West.
Societies are built on nuclear families and normal marriages (between one man and one woman) are the cornerstone of families.
In this case, the president in Russia is more moral than the one in the White House.