Thursday, December 20, 2007
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
We can learn a valuable lesson from Lot. As Christians now are required to "defend the purity of our homes at great cost" too. I think that Christians have finally been awakened to the threat of this type of sin overtaking the moral compass of our country and it needs to be stopped.
Homosexual activists will continue to attempt to "break down the doors" of morality in our country and we must diligently do all we can to prevent this.
When it gets so bad, the Lord's angels will be there to help. We must continue to keep up the fight to defeat the homosexual agenda while bathing our efforts in constant prayer.
There are liberal "gay-affirming" churches that have let practicing homosexuals into their churches. Rather than counseling them to confess their propensity to sin in this manner and urging them to "renew their minds in Christ Jesus", they are promoting, accepting and celebrating their sin right along with them. They are (knowingly or not) preventing them from the saving grace of Jesus Christ by promoting such heresy and apostasy! Too many lost souls can result from this deception!
The liberal media and people who resist the idea that all that they do, whether good or evil will one day be revealed before the feet of Jesus Christ. The ignorance of not taking Christians' warnings on this issue and their pride not allowing them to stop their promotion of this evil and sinful lifestyle will one day be exposed for the evil that it is and how it affected the destiny of thousands, if not millions, of eternal souls to eternal destruction.
One evangelist replied to a homosexual man who stated that he was "born that way" by stating that he is right. He was born that way. The Bible says he was born that way. How does the Bible do this? Through pointing out that we ALL are born with a sin nature that is rebellious, antagonistic, and contrary to the Holiness and Righteousness of God! The Bible is crystal clear on the issue that homosexual sex is sinful. A man is not to "lie with a man as with a woman. That is abomination."
Now, after reading all of this, we must go back and examine the true motives of homosexual activists with their domestic partner benefits at the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky. Jordan Palmer, the president of Kentucky Equality Federation told the Lexington Herald Leader the bill to ban domestic partnership benefits filed by Democratic Reps. Ancel Smith of Leburn and Richard Henderson of Jeffersonville was distasteful, could be have been talking about something in his mouth from his sinful ways?
Kentucky Equality Federation and allied organizations like Kentucky Fairness Alliance and Fairness Campaign of Louisville are trying to change the minds of people who have been brought up by parents who trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. They are nothing more than sex groups!!!
They are planning a rally in Frankfort to try and convert lawmakers and children from what they have learned in God's Word, the Bible, to the sinful practices of homosexual, bi-sexual, transgender etc. secular humanistic worldviews in order to desensitize, jam, and convert them to their radical liberal leftist ways of thinking. A perfect example is the movie "For The Bible Tells Me So" brought to Louisville by Kentucky Fairness Alliance. This is serious messing with minds people!!! Don't let ANYONE convince you other wise, especially sin loving writers at BlueGrassRoots, Bluegrass Report, The Bridge, or United We Stand.
Sunday, December 16, 2007
When you don't do what the sex group wants they accuse you of lying. Jordan Palmer, the sex groups president is quoted in the Herald Leader by Ryan Alessi as saying "A coalition of gay-rights groups is planning a Capitol rally in February."
Perhaps Kentucky Democrats are finally trying to do what is right.
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Speaking to the Pope and cardinals in a private meeting three weeks ago Cardinal Walter Kasper, head of the Pontifical Council for promoting Christian unity, said that there were disagreements with the Anglicans that had stalled talks.
"While progress is being made on theological divisions, new divergences are emerging in the ethical field," he said.
"These concern in particular the questions related to the defence of life, to marriage, to the family, and to human sexuality.
"Because of these new divisions that are being created, common public witness is significantly weakened, if not impossible."
Cardinal Kasper said that a Vatican document was published earlier this year stating that the Church of England was not a "proper church," a position still held by the Vatican.
He said that the discontent caused by the Vatican's position was unjustified, because it had not affirmed anything new, but restated the Catholic view.
"The crisis taking place within the respective Communities is clearly exemplified by the situation that has arisen in the Anglican Communion, which is not an isolated case," Cardinal Kasper noted.
The issue of homosexuality has sparked controversy in the Anglican Church, with traditionalist positions opposed to attempts of bringing in more liberal views.
In 2003 the Church of England announced that an openly gay priest was going to be appointed Bishop of Reading, although reactions from traditionalists eventually hindered his appointment.
In 2006 the Bishop of Oxford Richard Harries said that "there has to be a conversion to a new way to see that gay partnerships are not contrary to biblical truth."
The Roman Catholic Church, on the other hand, has always compactly criticised any forms of acceptance of homosexual behaviour, which is seen as a sin.
Tuesday, November 6, 2007
Kentucky voters on Tuesday turned scandal-stained Republican Gov. Ernie Fletcher out of office after only one term, electing Democrat Steve Beshear to a four-year term.
A former U.S. House member, Fletcher easily won four years ago, becoming the first Republican elected governor in the state since 1967.
Tuesday's elections were the last of the year involving governors, and looked likely to leave the landscape unchanged in terms of party breakdowns. Going into the year there were 28 Democratic governors and 22 Republicans.
The Democratic Governors Association said that outcome would leave its party in control of states with 294 electoral votes in the 2008 presidential election, compared to 244 for the GOP.
then there is this:
Democrat Jack Conway overwhelmingly defeated Republican Stan Lee on Tuesday to become Kentucky’s next attorney general.
“I am humbled by it,” Conway said. “We worked awfully hard.”
Conway said his campaign’s focus on the drug epidemic, cyber crimes and prosecutorial budgets propelled him to victory.
What a sad day for Kentucky. Looks like the queers will be taking over. Don't drop the soap!
Friday, November 2, 2007
Bad news for our public universities. It didn't get much attention beyond his blog, but Mark Hebert of WHAS-11 has reported survey results from Survey USA that show that a large majority of Kentuckians oppose benefits for the partners of unmarried gay state workers.
Should unmarried state workers be offered health insurance for their gay live in partner?
- 23% Yes
- 73% No
Thursday, November 1, 2007
I did not know the Bluegrass Chapter of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance broke off and became an independent organization [and no longer associated with KFA]. That would seem to be the life story of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance. One cannot help but wonder if Clear Channel, Lexmark, and all the other corporate sponsors of KFA’s dinner in Louisville on November 10, 2007 know how disassociated they truly are with the bulk of gay supporters and the general homosexual population.
Kentucky’s only gay lawmaker, Sen. Ernesto Scorsone [according to information from the Kate Clinton event] is now estranged from the organization he once supported. Most people at the Clinton event predicted the KFA will fold by the end of next year.
With Sen. Scorsone and others no longer backing then, KFA was desperate to find new money and supporters, leading then to bring another name into their 3rd Annual Dinner, the Louisville Fairness Campaign [Louisville area only].
Homosexual organizations and leaders arguing, fighting, and disassociating from one another is yet another reason the gays will lose the war on gay marriage. Just look at what recently happened with the Human Rights Campaign as a perfect example [the transgender population doesn't trust them, and rightly so].
I’m not opposed to laws to protect gays from being fired simply because of their homosexuality. Some things however, such as marriage, cannot be included in same-sex relationships that are by their very nature seductive, promiscuous, and without moral centers.
With Kentucky Fairness Alliance out of the way, only Kentucky Equality Federation stands in the way to righteousness but we have plans to stop them.
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Elvira Arellano, like many other advocates for immigration reform, must have been frustrated. There hadn't been a hint of Congressional action on comprehensive immigration reform since the Senate compromise collapsed in late spring. In early August, the Bush Administration moved unilaterally to stiffen enforcement, with Department of Homeland Security head Michael Chertoff announcing more fines and penalties for employers who knowingly hire illegals as well as an increased border crackdown.
So Arellano, an undocumented immigrant who had spent a year holed up at Chicago's Adalberto United Methodist Church while defying a deportation order, made a risky move: she emerged from the storefront church, drove from Chicago to Los Angeles, and gave a series of very public speeches over the weekend. By Monday, the 32-year-old single mother was in Tijuana, having been arrested and deported in one fell swoop.
Thursday, August 9, 2007
This guy really gets on my nerves with all his crap about the Republican Party of Kentucky. Checkout his site, he is a real nut job.
Saturday, August 4, 2007
Democrats just don't believe in small government.
The FairTax Plan is a nonpartisan national grassroots campaign to replace the federal income tax system with a progressive national retail sales tax. It provides a "prebate" to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue replacement and, through companion legislation, repeal of the 16th Amendment.
The FairTax would, for the first time, tax undocumented workers who now evade U.S. income and payroll taxes. Under the FairTax, all persons living in the U.S. pay taxes, whether they are here legally or illegally.
Read about it and join the movement at www.fairtax.org.
Monday, July 30, 2007
“It is time to bear witness to the fact that the people of Kentucky have stood for marriage, and do stand for marriage now,” said Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Lexington-based Family Foundation, which sponsored the rally.
Several legislators — most Republicans — spoke in support of the effort to get the General Assembly to pass legislation during the special yesterday, or in a special session Gov. Ernie Fletcher plans to call beginning Aug. 13.
The sex groups joined together to issue a joint press statement.
Unlike Kentucky Fairness Alliance, Kentucky Equality Federation has teeth. If you follow news about Kentucky Equality Federation in Louisville or Northern Kentucky they are young in comparison to the Louisville sex group or the KY Fairness Alliance meaning their management and members appear to be 28 or younger.
Are these tactics a sign of the times of what I have to look forward to as I get closer to 60? Maybe they are more than a sex group and possibly an age group also?
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
About 250 people are expected to gather Monday in Frankfort in opposition to domestic partner benefits in Kentucky’s public universities and agencies.
The “Rally to Protect Marriage” is set for 2 p.m. in the state Capitol Rotunda, said Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Family Foundation of Kentucky, the sponsor.
Ostrander said “we want to simply encourage the legislature to take up Senate Bill 5.” The legislation passed the upper chamber 28-6 in a truncated special session earlier this month.
In 2004, more people voted "Yes" for the Kentucky Marriage Protection Amendment than had ever voted both "Yes" and "No" combined on any other constitutional amendment in Kentucky history. After passage with record-breaking participation by citizens, those pushing "other" sexual relationships counter-attacked by influencing the upper-level administrations of the state’s two flagship universities – the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville.
There they set out to create "domestic partnerships" and offer them benefits. U of L started offering such benefits to employees who had live-in homosexual or heterosexual lovers in January and UK's Board decided to follow U of L's lead in April. Their goal is to establish them at the two largest universities, move them into other schools, then into cities and, ultimately, render the Marriage Protection Amendment useless.
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
They have planned a protest tomorrow in Louisville:
"Peabody CEO Gregory Boyce, Senate President David Williams, Governor Ernie Fletcher, and Speaker Richards will meet at the Louisville International Convention Center to discuss a massive subsidies package for coal-to-liquid plants that would give Big Coal hundreds of millions of dollars in incentives and tax breaks. We want to be there to greet them. Join KFTC members and allies outside the convention center on 4th Street between Market and Jefferson Streets."
Monday, July 16, 2007
Lexington's largest private employer is focused on improving its inkjet division, and thinks it will be a profitable contributor in the long term.
But the projected earnings shortfall has again given rise to conjecture on whether Lexmark might be prime for a buyout.
Analysts and others point to parts of the business that would make Lexmark an appealing buy for a private equity firm or other purchaser. But they also note the barriers that could discourage such an acquisition.
Steady annuity has declined on Lexmark's inkjet side because its installed base of printers has shrunk as, among other things, it withdrew from part of the market in a bid to increase profitability.
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Is sodomy and homosexuality becoming a national trend? Kentucky Equality Federation apparently thinks so!
Add your thoughts to the self righteous Kentucky Equality Federation's comments about sodomy and homosexuality becoming a national trend. What kind of crack are these guys smoking?
Monday, July 9, 2007
Boycott Lexmark!!! Stop purchasing their ink cartridges and their printers. I realize Lexmark is just wanting a tax credit so what about cancer research, Fraternal Order of Police, Hospice of the Bluegrass, Salvation Army?
Contact Lexmark (www.lexmark.com) and complain about them spending the money you pay them (when you purchase something with their name on it) on unrighteousness.
The Homosexual Agenda
8:00 a.m. Wake up. Wonder where you are.
8:01 a.m. Realize you are lying on 100 percent cotton sheets of at least a 300 count, so don't panic; you're not slumming.
8:02 a.m. Realize you are actually in your own bed for a change. Wake stranger next to you and tell them you are late for work so won't be able to cook breakfast for them. Mutter "sorry" as you help him look for his far-flung underwear. You find out that you tore his boxers while ripping them off him last night, so you "loan" him a pair of boxer-briefs, but not the new ones because you never intend to see him again.
8:05 a.m. Tell the stranger, whose name eludes you, "It was fun. I'll give you a call," as you usher him out the door, avoiding his egregious morning-breath.
8:06 a.m. Crumple and dispose of the piece of paper with his telephone number on it when you get to the kitchen.
8:07 a.m. Make a high protein breakfast while watching the Today show. Wonder if the stories you've heard about Matt Lauer are true. Decide they must be.
8:30 a.m. Italian or domestic? Decide to go with three-button Italian and the only shirt that is clean.
8:45 a.m. Climb into red Z4 and try not to look too much like Barbie driving one of her accessories as you pull out of your underground parking. Revos or Armanis? Go with Revos.
9:35 a.m. Stroll into office.
9:36 a.m. Close door to office and call best friend and laugh about the guy who spent the night at your condo. Point out something annoying about best friend's boyfriend but quickly add "It doesn't matter what everyone else thinks, just as long as you love him."
10:15 a.m. Leave office, telling your secretary you are "meeting with a client." Pretend not to notice her insubordinate roll of her eyes (or the cloying "poem" she has tacked to her cubicle wall).
10:30 a.m. Hair appointment for lowlights and cut. Purchase of Aveda anti-humectant pomade.
11:30 a.m. Run into personal trainer at gym. Pester him about getting you Human Growth Hormone. Spend 30 minutes talking to friends on your cell phone while using Hammer Strength machines, preparing a mental-matrix of which circuit parties everyone is going to and which are now passe.
12:00pm Tan. Schedule back-waxing in time for Saturday party where you know you will end up shirtless.
12:30 p.m. Pay trainer for anabolic steroids and schedule a workout. Shower, taking ten minutes to knot your tie while you check-out your best friend's boyfriend undress with the calculation of someone used to wearing a t-back and having dollars stuffed in their crotch.
1:00 p.m. Meet someone for whom you only know his waist, chest and penis size from AOL M4M chat for lunch at a hot, new restaurant. Because the maître d' recognizes you from a gay bar, you are whisked past the Christian heterosexual couples who have been waiting patiently for a table since 12:30.
2:30 p.m. "Dessert at your place." Find out, once again, people lie on AOL.
3:33 p.m. Assume complete control of the U.S., state, and local governments (in addition to other nations' governments); destroy all healthy Christian marriages; recruit all children grades Kindergarten through 12 into your amoral, filthy lifestyle; secure complete control of the media, starting with sitcoms; molest innocent children; give AIDS to as many people as you can; host a pornographic "art" exhibit at your local art museum; and turn people away from Jesus, causing them to burn forever in Hell.
4:10 p.m. Time permitting, bring about the general decline of Western Civilization and look like you are having way too much fun doing it.
4:30 p.m. Take a disco-nap to prevent facial wrinkles from the stress of world conquest and being so terribly witty.
6:00 p.m. Open a fabulous new bottle of Malbec.
6:47 P.M. Bake Ketamine for weekend. Test recipe.
7:00 P.M. Go to Abercrombie & Fitch and announce in a loud voice, "Over!"
7:40 P.M. Stop looking at the photographic displays at Abercrombie & Fitch and go to a cool store to begin shopping.
8:30 p.m. Light dinner with catty homosexual friends at a restaurant you will be "over" by the time it gets its first review in the local paper.
10:30 p.m. Cocktails at a debauched gay bar, trying to avoid alcoholic queens who can't navigate a crowd with a lit cigarette in one hand and a Stoli in a cheap plastic cup in the other. Make audible remark about how "trashy" people who still think smoking is acceptable are.
12:00 a.m. "Nightcap at your place." Find out that people lie in bars, too.
Sunday, July 8, 2007
Kentucky Equality Federation, Kentucky Fairness Alliance, Fairness Campaign.....how many gay rights organizations does Kentucky need? A new organization is also being formed for Kentucky! Who besides the Family Foundation stands for what is fair and proper?