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Congressional Democrats Attempts to Legalize Gay Pedophilia April 29, 2009

Posted by Daniel Downs in Democrats, discrimination, freedom, gay politics, God, hate crime, immorality, law, morality, news, politics, religion, science, secularism, sex.

Yesterday, The Catholic League reported:

“The House of Representatives will vote this week, possibly tomorrow, on a hate crimes bill championed by gay groups that includes pedophiles under the rubric of sexual orientation. This is the ultimate confession: liberal Democrats think of pedophiles as indistinguishable from homosexuals.

It should be noted that the Hate Crime bill does not protect gays. Criminal law already exists for that purpose. The legislation is a discrimination bill against all other citizens because it creates special laws sanctioning unlawful behavior. Congress and courts cannot make immoral behavior a right or legal. Any such law or decision is a crime. It is a crime against nature, human morality, and therefore the public welfare.

The Catholic League further reported:

“When this subject came up last week in the House Judiciary Committee, an amendment to the hate crimes bill that would have excluded pedophilia from the definition of sexual orientation was defeated by Democrats along party lines, 13-10. This was considered good news by gay organizations like the Human Rights Campaign, left-wing groups like the ACLU and various Jewish groups like the ADL.

“The debate is over: for liberals, child molesters should be given the same rights as homosexuals. Moreover, they should be given more rights than pregnant women and veterans; the latter two categories were explicitly denied coverage under the hate crimes bill. Even worse, an amendment that would bar prosecution based in whole or in part on religious beliefs quoted from the Bible, the Tanakh (Judaism’s sacred book) or the Koran was defeated by Democrats along party lines, 11-8. In other words, religious speech may be denied First Amendment protection.

It is evident from the above that Democrat lawmakers are not die-hard egalitarian liberals. They faithful members of secular fundamentalism. Secularism is the apposite of religion. Humanism, the value system of secularism, values the god of evolution science. It is stated in their statements of faith i.e., Humanist Manifesto (reminiscent of the political manifestos of communism). Thus, they discriminate against all others by forcing their public and private beliefs and values upon all others.

The elimination of public religion and its more influence in society and law has been goal of secularists since the last half of the 19th century. From the 1930s on, they began attracting an increasing number of disciples. Once public education was secularized, faithful adherents in public office made public schools one of its holy sanctuaries. Those called into the media rose to the status of priests and prophets.

Sexologists must be feeling a sense of accomplishment upon hearing Congressional Democrats attempting to pass a bill that will further mainstream sexual immorality of gays. What must be even more titillating to them is the proclamation of those sacrosanct politicians that the poor down-trodden pedophiles must become equal members of gay America.

All Americans are now supposed praise the powers of high (or drugs) and believe that child molesting gays are born-again members of the genetically predetermined lifestyle.

Moreover, the intended result of the high council’s inspiration is a widening of the already inclusive definition of gaydom, which is to include bi-sexuals, homosexuals, lesbians, animal lovers, transvestites, and child molesters. Oddly enough, this new and egalitarian improved version was the same one that was offered by Indiana U professor and all-inclusive gay practitioner Dr. Albert Mackenzie. It was the summary definition of his two research volumes on human sex. All of its glory and perversity was given the modern egalitarian brush of normalcy.

By the way, out of his wildly imaginative sex research was born sex education.

His large sex research was rife with many perverse hallelujahs of sex practitioners some who were already in prison and others the FBI want to put their; but Mackenzie and his gay associates refused to cooperate.

What is outrageous about his research was that the federal courts, legislatures, and society-at-large uncritically believed the creatively interpreted data. It proved how ready they were to believe any pseudo-scientific word.

Let’s face it. Americans are among the most religious people in the world. They will believe just about any thing. That is what the sexual politics is all about. It is what secularism is all about. It is what American freedom was all about too. Apparently, the many years of secular preaching about the righteousness of liberation from religious-based morality has born a generation of true believers.

Am I really a moron? If you sexting, if you have babies outside of marriage, if you have to have sex no matter who or what, if divorce is the easy way out, if you believe abortion is legal or okay, if evolution is truth, or if God and religion is absolute taboo, then you are a faithful member of secular fundamentalism.

Somewhere in the Bible it says something like demons believe too, but they have sense enough to tremble.


The author of this post is not a Catholic but respects their faith and supports their good work in our imploding Western culture.



1. carrisa - April 29, 2009

I am Catholic, but I certainly don’t subscribe to the views of the Catholic League. I don’t want a theocratic government. I want to be allowed to practice my religion without government interference, and I want the same for others. If that makes me a secular humanist, I have no problems with that. It also makes me American. I don’t understand why acts like the Mathew Shepard Act should not pass. My heart goes out to his family. No one should be killed for who they are, for just being. All of this outrage about homosexuality, as if it is the biggest sin on earth, is strange to me. You mention other sins (divorce, e.g.), but I never hear anyone advocating that laws should be passed to stop divorced people from remarrying or that they should be discriminated against in housing or employment. And I don’t think they should. It’s not our business. God is the judge, and I am not ready to cast any stones.

Daniel Downs - April 30, 2009

Why would any sane American support the Matthew Shephard Act? Gay and liberal politicians lie to the public for the sole purpose of advancing their immoral agenda. Shepard was murdered by another gay man on drugs. It was not hate crime against a gay. What I find truly amazing is a Catholic, which I assume that mean Christian, puts political and cultural issues before the interests of God and Christ. Scripture makes it very clear God hates sexual immorality and its politics. That is our business and its affects on all other people.

jd - March 30, 2010

LOL. The Catholic League does not advocate for theocracy, it talks about the double standard in the media and our laws. And no one is trying to outlaw same sex attraction.

The hate crime law is discriminatory b/c it doesn’t protect all classes of people, e.g., pregnant women. Do you know what the number one cause of death to a pregnant woman is? Homicide. Where is the protection for her and/or her unborn?

There are laws already against murder–all motivation included. We don’t need “hate crime” laws that discriminate against free speech (e.g., same sex attraction is a condition, but homosexual sin is what is wrong–as wrong as pre-marital sex, adultery, and divorce and remarriage)–and like I said, no one is trying to outlaw it; they are trying to outlaw speaking out against homosexual acts, which is what people are upset about).

BTW, you forget the second part of the story about not judging; Jesus told Mary M. to “go and sin no more.” It is not a judgement to call poor behavior out. And to accuse one of judging (by this incorrect standard according to Christian standards) is judging in itself.

2. Chester - May 25, 2009

the Matthew Shephard act doesn’t do thus

3. telson7 - June 14, 2009

People in the last days are lovers of themselves, conceited and full of them own ego. As result of those features in the last days people is lacking to face needs of other people, because they are slaves of their own lusts and needs. For this reason they try desperate fill theirs lusts and needs only concentrating themselves. Naturally, this means that they can’t face needs of their partners and spouses, because they see their own needs more important as their spouses and partners. They are incompetent to give love to their spouses in a way that his/her spouse or partner could undergo enjoyable sexual experience. Of course not in all relationships in the last days is not sex problems, but according to the Bible it is however very big and large problem in the last days. The Bible says that in the last days many people are incompetence to health, enjoyable and loving sex life.


4. jd - March 30, 2010

I think this person means Dr. Alfred Kinsey, not Albert Mackenzie???? Who is Albert Mackenzie?

5. rotem - May 21, 2010

you shouldn’t legalize any pedophilia it shouldn’t matter whether its homosexual or heterosexual in fact heterosexual could probably be more damaging to children maybe I’m just a bit more passionate about it because when I was 4 my babysitters husband decided he liked little girls it shouldn’t matter how they do it they should all get the same punishment for a minor under the age of 14 life sentence no chance of parole.

6. law of Attraction Tips karen luniw - July 11, 2014

You made some decent points there. I checked on the internet for more info
about the issue and found most people will go along with your views on this site.

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