April 20, 2009

If You Could Ask One Question of Miss California . . .

. . . would you ask her about gay marriage?


As Donald Douglas observes, Hollywood gossip blogger Perez Hilton seemed genuinely disappointed by Carrie Prejean’s answer. The politics of coercive approval means that to disagree with the policy of same-sex marriage is to disapprove of homosexuality, which is impermissible. As with other “progressive” causes, the object of the gay rights agenda is not merely a matter of policy. Rather, it aims ultimately at thought-control, to forbid dissent.

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