Since this seemed rather banal and obvious to me, I did not post on it earlier. However, the Lies of the Left must be answered.
The background is that a candidate for judgeship who is a practicing homosexual was voted down. The Washington Post makes this erroneous comparison of him versus other candidates who were chosen:
RICHMOND — Guns, gays and organized labor.Three outspoken champions of these hot-button issues in Virginia were on the list of people the General Assembly planned to appoint as judges this week.
The gun-rights guy, a former Republican state delegate who has pushed for lifting restrictions on concealed weapons in public buildings, got his judgeship. So did the pro-union Democrat, another former delegate, whose grandfather organized coal miners in Southwest Virginia.
But not the Richmond prosecutor who challenged the military’s now-defunct “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, has advocated for gay marriage and is raising twins with his partner.
The comparison is erroneous because the two who won were not advocating for immorality, nor were they openly engaging in such immorality and demanding that people accept it as “normal.”
It is not about his being gay, but about his actions. Being gay is no more immoral that being straight. Having homosexual relations, however, is as immoral as committing adultery or incest. I would not want a judge who openly sleeps with another man’s wife, and demands that we accept that as “normal.” Neither would I want a judge who “married” his own sister, and demands that we accept that as “normal.”
This lawyers life is based on immorality, and he should not be a judge. I thank God for giving our elected officials the strength to resist the politically correct immorality.
And while we’re at it, kudos to North Carolina for their newly-adopted Constitutional Amendment banning same-sex unions.