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It Is So Tough Being a Conservative These Days

jkwoftw Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 11:33 PM
Who are we supposed to trust on homosexual issues? Psychologists and Social Scientists? Like the APA, who took homosexuals off the list of mental disorders not based on any scientific breakthrough, but based on politics? The two fields of study with over 90% liberals who control all the peer reviewed journals and almost 40% of whom admit to discriminating against conservatives in the hiring process? Do you honestly think that such a group would search unwaveringly for the truth, even if they discovered it to fall outside of their collective ideas about human nature? Give me a break. Every time someone (regardless of political views) publishes a study about homosexual childrearing/quality of life that is less than glowingly positive in every
jkwoftw Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 11:36 PM
single way, the authors are sent death threats and have multiple organizations trying to get them fired. I'm not saying that the anti-gay crowd is any more objective, but don't you dare defend Western Psychologists and Social Scientists.
"It was never a medical decision—and that’s why I think the action came so fast…It was a political move…That’s how far we’ve come in ten years. Now we even have the American Psychiatric Association running scared."
-Barbara Gittings, Gay Activist

It is so tough being a conservative these days.

When I first heard about published reports that Chick-Fil-A had supposedly reached some kind of an “agreement” with a bullying Chicago alderman to stop donating money to Christian groups like Focus on the Family in order to get permission to open a new store in Chicago, the anguished phone calls from Chick-Fil-A supporters came flooding into my radio show today.

If the reports are even remotely true, the backlash from Judeo-Christian conservatives might just make the opposition that the activists drummed up seem like a walk in the park...