I tuned into "Dancing with the Stars" Monday night while one of the celebrities and her professional partner were already on the floor. I enjoyed their brightly colored costumes as they danced their samba. It was after their performance that I learned that it was "story night," and that their story was "gay pride."
It never dawned on me during their routine that their rainbow-colored costumes represented their pro-homosexual "story." Yes, I know that the homosexual movement has co-opted the rainbow as their symbol, and that is my point.
I am saddened that decent words and symbols can be so twisted into new meanings that automatically and totally represent this immorality and other debauchery. I like rainbows very much and would like to display stickers and other rainbow themed paraphernalia, but I cannot unless I do not mind being associated with the radical homosexual movement. Similarly, I dare not apply the word "gay" to another happy person. Sad.
One of the early persistent themes of the homosexual agenda was to "remove the government from their bedrooms." Fine. As far as I can tell, they have accomplished that. But that has certainly not stopped them from cramming their immorality into everyone else's life. I would be quite pleased to see homosexuals removed from our living rooms and especially out of our pocketbooks.