If you think that yesterday's post on just how twisted and determined people are to demonize Kevin Jennings was bad, check out the following video. It defies all description:
UPDATE - As you may have noticed, the video has been pulled. For those who did not see it, the video featured a picture of Kevin Jennings with someone else's mouth superimposed on his saying all sorts of rude things such as "indoctrinating children into homosexuality" and comparing it to a drug dealer gtting people hooked on his supply.
UPDATE 2 - The video has returned but with some changes. The author claims that it's a parody and repeats lies about the incident with Brewster:
Meanwhile, this is what James Dobson had to say about Jennings on his radio show:
Beyond the criticism of Jennings's past and fears of his future work, Jennings symbolizes Dobson's "greatest nightmare."
"I have been fighting for family values, and marriage, and family, and for schools that honor the values and principles that parents believe in for 25 years. And it's coming apart," Dobson said. "It's unbelievable what's taking place. And Kevin Jennings is the quintessential expression of that far left agenda."
So now I guess it's safe to say that Dobson has gotten officially involved in this issue.
This is not just an attack on Jennings, but the entire lgbt community.
It represents the fact that some people out there simply will not let go of their beliefs that lgbts are the "other."
Dobson says that he has been fighting for families for over 25 years. Do you think he means our families too?
Dobson and those like him don't see us as having families, raising children, or conducting ourselves in a decent ordinary fashion.
They don't see us as having rights and privileges like every other American.
They see us as eternal outsiders. They see us as threats to their ignorant idea of family. No matter how many lgbt families exist, no matter how many children we raise to be responsible adults, no matter how much love and support we give, it will never matter to Dobson and company.
They see us a diseased, mentally ill people trying to recruit children and silence so-called Christians.
Well it's perfectly alright for them to have those beliefs. And it's just as acceptable for us to challenge them every chance we get.
The last time I checked, this is our country too, the defintion of family belongs to us too, and no matter how many times he tries to imply it, Dobson does not sit on the right hand of God.