Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Liars and hypocrites don't fade away . . . they just wrap themselves up in religion

I know I shouldn't mention you know who, but what can one do when he makes it so easy almost every day.

Our friend Peter LaBarbera is back attacking the so-called transgender menace:

WATCH IT: Tranny Insanity at CNN — No Other Side on 8-Year-old Boy Gender Confusion Story

It is simply mind-boggling that CNN chose not to include another viewpoint on this story about the Colorado elementary school encouraging gender-confusion in an eight-year-old (biological) male student who thinks he’s really a girl. (Click HERE for the One News Now story citing AFTAH on this.) You will note that CNN interviews only the parent of another gender-confused child — a girl whom the mother refers to as “he” on the CNN video.

Now the thing that stands out in this piece is Peter's hypocrisy.

Apparently he is okay with being able to appear on Hannity and Colmes by his lonesome while attacking the lgbt community

But now he is calling for fairness.

Talk about your hypocrites.

And unfortunately, Matt Barber has not left Concerned Women for America.

But he is getting pathetic. On the conservative Town Hall site, he has published a ridiculous tome, Unmasking the Gay Agenda.

I don't think I need to tell you all what he says. It's the usual "gays are planning to take over" nonsense backed up the usual suspects of distortions employed by the anti-gay industry:

1. In Their Own Words

What you are about to read is just a quick, though disturbing, glance behind the homosexual lobby’s lavender curtain.

Below are two of the central demands put forth by homosexual activists in their “1972 Gay Rights Platform”:

I am not even going to repeat these so-called list of demands. But the fact that Barber mentioned them is lunacy on his part. I have never heard of these list of demands, except on anti-gay industry sites. I think that it is farfetched to claim that lgbt organizations, activists, and bloggers are using these list of demands, especially seeing that they are over 30 years old.

Wait a minute . . .

I do remember that in a recreation of what Hamilcar Barca did to his son, the famous Carthiginian Hannibal (look it up), I was forced in 1973 to lay my one-year-old hand on a copy of Joan Crawford poster and swear that I would do all I can to promote the 1972 platform.

Then it was repressed in my mind until I could become of age.

That was sarcasm, folks. And based on how the anti-gay industry jumps on almost every word that lgbts say to smear us, I feel that it was necessary to say that.

Otherwise the headline to tomorrow's edition of World Net Daily would read:


Of course Barber does not provide proof that lgbt organizations, activists, and bloggers are pushing the demands of the 1972 platform. What he does is distort actual events (i.e. schools teaching correct information regarding sex education) to claim that this platform is being pushed.

2. In their manuscript, After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90’s (1989, Doubleday/Bantam), Harvard educated marketing experts Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen meticulously laid out the homosexual lobby’s blueprint for success in what is widely regarded as the handbook for the “gay” agenda.

Here we go again with that book. In 1989, Kirk and Madsen published a book giving their opinions on how lgbts can achieve equality. Since that time, anti-gay industry groups have inferred that almost lgbt activist carry a copy of this book in our hip pockets.

This is a blatant lie. While the book does present excellent ideas, there have never been any meetings or planning sessions around making the ideas of the book a reality.

This is in total contrast as to what happens when the anti-gay industry develops talking points on lgbt issues. The following nonsense do have roots in planning sessions:

Children have a right to a mother and father,

We must protect the union of marriage from unelected judges,

People with "deeply held religious beliefs" will be forced to compromise these beliefs if ENDA is passed.

In mentioning the so-called 1972 Gay Platform and the book by Kirk and Madsen, Barber is employing a very effective anti-gay industry tactic - Conspiracy Theory,

The Conspiracy Theory tactic is taking unrelated events and weaving them together as proof of a conspiracy. The idea of a conspiracy is not based upon any actual proof but by the fears and the prejudices of the audience one is addressing.

If Barber is looking for insidious plotting, he is best served in taking good notes in a future planning session of his group, Concerned Women for America.

3. The push for federal “hate crimes” legislation is another activist tool intended to silence traditional views on human sexuality and sexual morality. Similar laws have already been used around the world, and even right here at home, to persecute Christians and other traditionalists. For example, in 2004, 11 Christians were arrested in Philadelphia and charged with a “hate crime” for merely preaching the Bible at a public homosexual street festival. They could have served up to 47 years in prison.

Talk about your blatant lies. As my post from yesterday clearly said, these 11 "Christians" were not just "merely preaching the Bible at a public homosexual street festival." And the sad thing is that I'm sure that Barber was fully aware of the truth when he sat down to write his column.

Yesterday, I called Matt Barber the William Hung of the anti-gay industry.

Today, I only have two words:

She-bang! She-bang!