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Is it Time to Throw in the Towel?

du2 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 11:29 AM
con't: Not just a liability to themselves, but to others. That's not the fault of those they ABUSE. There is a difference. But to hear some people of faith tell it, they think they can just to whatever, say whatever without consequences. Not so. Defamation, libel, slander, lying, threatening, inciting to threaten...these aren't legally protected utterances because they endanger others. Eventually, and this is what the public is seeing for themselves, there are religious leaders that are more and more demanding, obnoxious, cruel, and paranoid. The media isn't obligated to indulge that. And when they tread into libel and slander, they are a liability to that media. And obsessing over gay people in particular, eventually will turn people off.

Republican leaders have capitulated, pro-family pundits have caved, and gay activists have announced that their struggle for equality is just about over. Is it time for biblical conservatives to throw in the towel?

What a ridiculous thought. Why in the world would we do that?

I’m fully aware that:

· Newt Gingrich recently announced his belief that same-sex unions are “inevitable” and that Republicans must accept this if they want to win future elections.

· Pro-marriage leader David Blankenhorn has recanted his opposition to same-sex “marriage,” saying “the time has come for me to accept gay marriage and...