My Response to Rand Paul on Homosexual Marriage

Written by Rick David on May 20, 2013

Here’s a news flash for Paul and the Libertarians: our nation’s deepest root problems are cultural decay, not unbalanced budgets. Unbalanced budgets are merely a symptom of the deeper root problems of sloth, envy, greed, violence, irresponsibility, etc., etc., etc. The Gosnells and the government corruption of this society are the consequence of lost values which should be taught in a family. For an in-depth discussion, see “Common Sense And So Called Gay ‘Marriage’” By Howard Jacobs.

We need to probe the motivations of those working to codify homosexual marriage. Is it only about civil rights for a small percentage of people, or is there more to it? There is a “conspiracy” theory that some folks really do want to destroy this country. As facts are revealed, the theory is becoming provable. I would recommend the documentary, Agenda, Grinding America Down. Enemies of this country have been documented as plotting to destroy America by eroding our fundamental institutions, including the family.

Codifying homosexual marriage would open the flood gates to a host of destructive consequences. Once the boundaries are torn down, where do we stop? North American Man Boy Love Association members think they have a civil right to sodomize little boys. Fundamentalist Mormons want polygamist marriages. What effect will a government endorsement of homosexual marriage have on religious liberty and the first amendment? Erick Erickson of Redstate comments:

Within a year or two we will see Christian schools attacked for refusing to admit students whose parents are gay. We will see churches suffer the loss of their tax exempt status for refusing to hold gay weddings. We will see private businesses shut down because they refuse to treat as legitimate that which perverts God’s own established plan. In some places this is already happening.

Government endorsement of homosexual marriage will be an official declaration that biblical Christianity is a bigoted religion. Maybe, that’s the goal.

If Rand Paul wants to win in Iowa in 2016, he might need to lose his “but”. Rick Santorum still looks good to me and so does Ted Cruz.

Image: Senator Rand Paul; source: Flickr; author: Gage Skidmore; Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license

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Rick David retired from a career in business in 2011. His experience includes service in the USAF, in medical sales and in operations for an educational testing company. He has a passion for and has been actively engaged in conservative issue advocacy and campaigning for over 30 years. He currently resides in North Liberty, Iowa where he also served as a church pastor with his wife of 43 years and travels extensively volunteering in lay ministry.