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Admin Does Not Take Stand on Killing Based on Sexual Orientation?

You do not have to be a supporter of the GLBT movement. You can be uncomfortable with their choices. Heck, you may even disagree and believe God is going to be upset and send them to the fires of hell--couldn't imagine such a punitive God. But by most, they are accepted as members of society. This is America, where tolerance means we tolerate gays and those who are not gay supporters. We even argue about the subject. Regardless, it is safe to say that killing someone for their sexual orientation is not accepted in this society...well, except for those in government:

Arab and African nations succeeded Tuesday in getting a U.N. General Assembly panel to delete from a resolution condemning unjustified executions a specific reference to killings due to sexual orientation. [Read]

Now you may ask why we would suggest something so provocative as the United States government implicitly condones killing based on sexual orientation, but it is a sad fact about the politicians we have leading this country:

The U.S. delegation voted against the deletion but abstained from the vote on the final resolution.

When the verbiage expressly condemning this kind of human cruelty was removed, our delegation voted against the weaker language, as they should, but when the weak language was sustained this administration was not willing to take an explicit stand against the measure? They abstained from voting.

We will speak for American citizens: Vote NO on our behalf! It's really that simple. NO!

Abstain?

This is leadership?

Not only should you have disdain for those in power, you should have disdain for those who put them into power. Yes, we did this...you know who you are.

posted at 01:51:33 on 11/19/10 by clearpolitics - Category: Freedom - [Permalink]

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