Monday, June 25, 2012

Gay Activists Make Obscene Gesture At Reagan White House Portrait

From: Kelly L.
Sent: June 25, 2012
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Subject: Fw: Gay Activists Make Obscene Gesture At Reagan White House Portrait
Gay Activists Make Obscene Gesture At Reagan White House Portrait
What? These articles really upset me. I have no problem with gay people but I do have an issue with disrespecting our former presidents and the  office. Please share, Kelly.
I recently read an article that absolutely made my blood boil. The article stated that Obama’s White House invited members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community to celebrate “Gay Pride Month”. While in the White House, a couple of the hardcore members decided to stand in front of the portraits of former presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, and flip them off, give them the middle
finger, diss them, etc. (I hear in the back of my mind that we should respect the office of the President even if we don’t respect the man just before my anger explodes at this blatant example of vulgar disrespect.)
Here, we have people who have voluntarily CHOSEN and accepted a lifestyle that is
completely against the norm of human relations. Yet, these people want the tolerance and respect for that lifestyle that they themselves are NOT willing to give others. They are not willing to accept the fact that Christianity holds God’s truth that He made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve! They are not willing to believe that God did NOT make a mistake when He made them a man or a woman, contrary to what some of these “psychoanalysts” might tell them. Bisexual people are apparently worried to death about being left without a date; therefore, they swing both ways to cover all their bases. Read More

The White House expressed disapproval Friday of photographs showing gay-rights activists, guests of President Obama, making obscene gestures at the portrait of President Reagan during a gay-pride reception at the White House last week.
“While the White House does not control the conduct of guests at receptions, we certainly expect that all attendees conduct themselves in a respectful manner,” said White House spokesman Shin Inouye. “Most all do. These individuals clearly did not. Behavior like this doesn’t belong anywhere, least of all in the White House.”
Matthew “Matty” Hart and Zoe Strauss, both from the Philadelphia area, posted photographs of themselves on Facebook giving the middle finger to Mr. Reagan’s official portrait hanging in the White House as they attended the party. Read More

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