commentary: A Step Into the Pit
Everybody is Discriminated Against
John W. Ritenbaugh
Given 12-May-12; Sermon #1101c; 13 minutes
John Ritenbaugh, observing that President Obama is presumptuously thumbing his arrogant nose at God, endorsing homosexual marriage, concludes that our hedonistic, self-centered society as a whole does not seem to care what God thinks. President Obama, sticking his finger in the air, discovering that 50% of the electorate now apparently favors same-sex marriage, boldly proclaims that he has carefully and thoughtfully ‘evolved’ into that brave political position. Over the preceding decades, feminists and homosexuals, modeling their protests on the example of the Black Civil Rights movement, suggest that they are the ‘only’ ones “discriminated against.” This disgusting Chutzpah ignores the blatant fact that the over 50 white male professionals and the Christian (especially Sabbath- keeping Christians) are clearly the most discriminated - against members of society. Certainly, society has discriminated against the young Mormon male more than it has ever discriminated against women, who surprisingly, are not a minority at all, but actually constitute the majority of the population. Political correctness seems to allow for selected groups of people (seen by opportunist politicians as potential voter constituencies) to bellyache, whine and kvetch about their alleged ‘unfair’ treatment, while turning a blind eye on people who are actually persecuted for righteousness sake, trying to follow God’s standards.
Black community’s aversion to homosexuality Black support of Obama BYU Discrimination Economy Feminism Gay rights Hedonism Homosexuality Media attack on Mitt Romney Mormons Narcissism President Obama’s ‘bold’ and ‘courageous’ political stand Leaving God out of our consciousness Same –sex marriage Self-centeredness Unemployment Who cares about what God thinks ?
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