At least that is what the left wants you to believe. And that's what they want you to believe about Jane Pitt, Brad Pitts mother. She recently wrote a letter to the local newspaper here in Springfield, where she lives and where Brad grew up. I've actually been to Brad's sisters house helping replace an air conditioner.
The letter was a rebuttal to another letter saying that Christians were right not to vote for a Mormon. Richard Stoecker writesI think it would be a bigger and greater dis-service to Christians everywhere not to vote, especially when the opponent has no Christian values at all. Yeah, Obama says hes a Christian, but come on we are not stupid. He only said that because Americans believe he is really Muslim....just as Romney and his supporters are offended by complaints about Romney’s Mormonism, Christians are offended, and believe God could be offended, by the teachings of Mormonism
But back to the real story. If you were to google Jane Pitt you would read headlines like.mother writes Anti-Gay Anti-Obama letter
Why is it when someone has differing views the left always wants to pin someone as Anti-(fill in the blank). Its always black and white. I am a Christian, so therefore I must be Anti-Gay.
Sorry I am not Anti-Gay. I don't agree with the lifestyle and I don't believ that marriage should be between two same sex people.The only reason Gays and lesbians want to marry is because of the benefits, like married filing jointly and getting to see their partner in hospitals when the hospital says family only. I find it ironic that Brad Pitt said that states should not decide who can marry and who cannot, yet it is the States that Gays and Lesbians are trying to convince to let them marry. Which is it.
Although i don't believe it is right, gays and lesbians are no more a sinner than the best Christian. We are all sinners and all sin is equal.But is not just about sin. Nature, evolution, whatever you want to call it if you believe that way, designed man and woman to procreate. They were made for each other. If homosexuality is the norm we would have been extinct a long time ago. But just cause I don't agree with it doesn't make me a bigot or close minded or even a homophobe.
Homophobe isn't even a correct term. Phobia means the irrational fear of something. I don't avoid homosexuals. I meet many gay people and couples. I don't run from them. But yet it's one of those terms the left loves to use to point the finger at someone else that doesn't agree, leaving little to no room for discussion.
As far as the President, I am not a racist. Just cause someone doesn't agree with another persons views doesn't make them close minded or a racist, especially if the other person is black. And lets get something straight here. Obama is not Black. He's bi-racial.
I didn't vote for him nor will I ever. Not based on skin color but based on his views. To be truthful, I have wanted Alan Keyes to win the Republican nomination for POTUS long before Obama even became a Senator. I would vote for any black Christian man or even Liberatarian if his views were close enough to mine. But Obama is on the other side of the spectrum when it comes to views.
So am I a racist. Pfft. I have many black friends and will continue to.
Martin Luther King Jr. Said it best.
I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
I am not a Racist. I am not a Homophobe. I am not close minded. I am not a Hater. And I am not a Bigot. I am a Christian.
They will know we are Christians by our love.
"By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another."