Did Disney’s Mickey Mouse Have Two Daddies?

And so the sayings go, “Get them early and you’ve got them hooked for life” and “As the twig is bent so grows the tree.” They apply to virtually everything in life. Eating habits, alcohol, drugs, and behavior.

Radical Islam learned long ago to teach their youth to hate the Jews. North Korea teaches their young to shun the evils of capitalism.

And here in America our youth are being taught not only to be tolerant of homosexuality but to celebrate it.

Now, like in the movie, The Matrix, I feel as agent Smith did when he exclaimed that he “feels saturated by it.”

It’s only just begun and already I’m sick of hearing and seeing it.

First there were homosexuals in the movies, then adult-oriented television programs with same-sex characters in prominent roles. There are children’s books like Heather Has 2 Mommies, Franky Has 2 Daddies, and Three Mommies and a Penguin, or something like that. There is a concentrated effort in the entertainment industry to ram the subject down our throats until we finally cry uncle — we give up – you win – all behavior is the same.

Then, of course, they will move on to whatever other behavior us rubes in “fly over country” find even remotely objectionable and ramp up the behavior modification again.

So, when I saw that the Disney Channel introduced a lesbian couple on the kids show, “Good Luck Charlie,” I would have liked to have said that I was surprised, but I’m not, and you shouldn’t be either. It was just a matter of time. “Now children – go tell your parents you want to be a homosexual. The folks at Disney say it’s OK.”

US Weekly reported that actress Desi Lydic, who plays mom Susan, tweeted to excited fans after the Disney episode aired, “I’m so proud to be part of that episode! Go Disney! #equality.”

Yeah for lesbians! I’m surprised US Weekly called her an actress. Isn’t that sexist and unequal?

And did you see the “Lesbian Couple”? They were both attractive women. Now I don’t wish to upset any lesbians, but I’ve seen my share of them and most are, shall we say – mannish at best. Sorry, but it’s at least anecdotally true.

Next up – SpongeBob and Patrick have a homosexual tryst in the pineapple. Don’t miss this ground breaking episode! Don’t laugh. I fully expect something like that.

Okay – I know at least some will say I am just being homophobic. Not true. Frankly I couldn’t care less what anyone claims to be. It’s none of my business, until you try to force me or my family to agree that it’s all the same. That’s not going to happen, because it isn’t.

Even discounting one’s religious beliefs, homosexuality is not natural. It is not found in nature. And don’t give me that crap about how many supposed homosexual animals there are. Until you can sit them down, interview them, and confirm that Joe the chimp likes Larry the chimp, I’m not buying it.

(Dogs eat feces and “return to their own vomit” (Prov. 26:11; 2 Peter 2:22). Are these behaviors that parents should consider normal for their children because animals do them? Ed.)

If you’ve got young kids, look out, a full court press is coming . . . for them.