This week marks one month since our historic election of 2008. No, I am not talking about President-elect Obama, but rather, nearly 7 million Californians standing up for moral values and religious freedoms. Yes, that’s what it boils down to. Because, in spite of all of the discussions that have occurred around the legal and social aspects of Gay Marriage, it comes down to religion. Studies released this week show that religious voters backed the Proposition overwhelmingly, which should not come as a surprise to anyone.
For those who openly profess their faith, and believe that Homosexuality is a sin, it was not a huge leap of faith to back up their beliefs with a vote. We sometimes forget that 81% of Americans state that they are religious. This means that in spite of movies, television and all the decay we see around us, we are still a conservative nation.
This is a fact that our foes who oppose religious freedoms do not want us to remember. We have seen the mob tactics that the No on Prop 8 rabble rousers have used to intimidate, harass and assault (which are crimes) over the past month. And as every action has an equal reaction, we have seen a cohesiveness emerge as different faiths have stood together against the hate crimes that are being perpetrated by the Gay Marriage activists.
In the New York times today, a full page ad was run in response to the al-Gayda tactics that Gay Marriage Activists are using. No longer will the silent majority stand by while religious persecution goes on in America. The tide is turning back and we hope that soon the real waves of change will wash over the sordid filthiness of the Homosexual Crowd that is trying to destroy all that is good and moral.
More will come…