There is also a story today that a judge is apologizing to a convicted murderer named ‘Robert’ who has legally changed his name to ‘Michelle’ and wants taxpayers to pay for his sex change operation. The judge is apologizing because it has taken so long. Here is that story if you can stomach it. http://www.aol.com/2011/08/19/inmate-sex-change_n_931222.html
Earlier this week the militant homosexual agenda was directed at Sesame Street in an attempt to get Bert and Ernie married. So far it seems like this one has failed this time, but they won’t quit. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/08/10/petition-underway-for-bert-and-ernie-to-get-married-on-sesame-street/
With the sexual corruption in Hollywood it is no surprise that Corey Feldman, former child actor and abuse victim, said that pedophilia is the biggest problem in Hollywood. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/12/corey-feldman-pedophilia-is-hollywoods_n_925287.html
Try to think of a TV show that doesn’t have a character that is into some sort of sinful or even deviant sexual behavior that is flaunted as normal or good. Good luck on that one you will need it. Some entire shows are based on it. Even shows where it has nothing to do with the plot or story-line have it thrown in. When was the last time there was a well-adjusted happy Christian family portrayed where the parents were in charge and they were smarter than the kids? Who was the last TV husband and dad who was respected by his family?
Maybe this is more on the topic than I thought. We have to be the kind of godly, respectable, strong men that defend our families from the destructive things that are out there from getting inside. All the water in the world can’t sink a boat unless it gets inside. It never ceases to amaze me that families who would freak if someone was cussing, fighting, or having sex in their front yard and pull the blinds and call the police will then sit down on their couch with their kids and watch a TV show or movie with sex scenes, cussing, and violence right there in their own living room and then go to church on Sunday and talk about what a great show they saw last night. Man up and quit sending your kids such mixed messages.