Homosexuals, Supporters Trying to Bury Carson

I’m getting a little bit sick of all the bullying going on by the homosexual lobby. They’ve got otherwise sensible people so scared of them that you can’t even broach a discussion unless you agree with the queer party line.

For the past week, I’ve seen people who up till now had been supportive of Ben Carson running for president suddenly get squeamish because of his recent comments about homosexuality being a choice: “I guess his career is over. That was just a little too much, don’t you think?”

In case you missed it, Carson said on CNN that he doesn’t believe homosexual marriage is protected by the Constitution (it’s not — go ahead and look). Then he did the unthinkable — gasp — by suggesting that homosexuality is a choice: “Because a lot of people who go into prison go into prison straight – and when they come out, they’re gay. So, did something happen while they were in there? Ask yourself that question,” he said.

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So right off the bat, he’s not only got the queer mafia after him, but also the queer Mafia. Homosexual and criminal lobbyists — there are two groups you don’t want to meet in a dark alley.

“Anti-bullying” terrorist Dan Savage flew into a hissy in his weekly column, writing, “If being gay is a choice, prove it. Choose it. Choose to be gay yourself. Show America how that’s done, Ben, show us how a man can choose to be gay. S*** my d***. Name the time and the place and I’ll bring my d*** and a camera crew and you can s*** me off and win the argument.”

Even Glenn Beck was practically foaming at the mouth, saying, “Goodbye to his presidential career.  It’s over. It’s over. There is no way to recover from that. That just sounds like a lunatic. … That is just a ridiculous statement on a million fronts. A ridiculous statement. … Just [imagine] I’m at a cocktail party and I’m talking to a friend and they say, ‘Well, yeah, you know, you go to prison and you’re straight, you get out and you’re gay,’ don’t you look at your friend — I don’t care if he’s the guy who works at the 7-Eleven and he’s not running for president ever — don’t you go, ‘That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard’?”

Actually, I’ve heard dumber things from talk show hosts and homosexual activists.

Like, for instance, denying that some studies have estimated more than 90 percent of prison inmates have engaged in homosexual acts (Barnes and Teeters) while behind bars, and that violent homosexual assaults have been reported by as many as 41 percent of inmates (Wooden and Parker).

The outrage has become so blind that stories on Carson are now regularly referring to him as a surgeon and creationist, which we all know is a grave sin in the modern-day world.

It’s interesting that the Darwinists are piling on as well in the effort to stop this brilliant neurosurgeon from marching toward the White House.

Now, if Carson were a Democrat, the cry would be raised that his opponents are all racists because Carson is black.

In America, one of the greatest crimes a public figure can commit is to be genuinely conservative, and that’s only compounded if the person happens to be black. That there is some component of racism among Carson’s opposition is probably true. We are talking mostly about Democrats, the party that gave us the Ku Klux Klan, after all.

But the racism of liberals is also irrelevant, because Carson poses an even bigger challenge.

The entire suite of homosexual activist causes is predicated upon the idea that people are “born that way,” that they have no control over their behavior.

The homosexual lobby has fought tooth and nail to keep anyone from drawing the logical conclusion from that belief, that homosexuality is therefore some sort of disability or mental dysfunction, as it used to be classified, and they have instead turned the idea into a ticket for all manner of government and social privileges, including fake “marriage.”

But there has never been any scientific evidence that there is a gene that controls homosexual behavior or desire. Logically, that leaves choice. Abuse (such as you might find in a prison) is often linked as a causal factor, but just like the rest of the human race, homosexuals have the ability to choose how to act. Science, logic and common sense all suggest the “born that way” hypothesis is just a rationalization.

If ever the American public accepted that homosexuality is a choice, the whole house of cards could collapse, so Carson is an existential threat to the well-funded homosexual lobby.

Viewed in that light, it’s not surprising to see Darwinists in the mix against Carson as well. After all, a successful neurosurgeon who disbelieves the so-called evidence for evolution tends to put the lie to the whole secular humanist religion that atheists are trying to foist on this country, as well as the argument that you have to believe evolution to be a scientist.

Since last week, Carson has apparently apologized for his prison analogy. That’s no doubt a decision he was pressured into for the sake of damping down some of the controversy.

I hope he will not back off the truth about homosexuality, however. It’s a truth people need to hear, so that the radical homosexual lobby’s stranglehold on American policy can finally be broken.

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