Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Homosexual Lobby Admits Defeat in Illinois


What we are starting to see are more people starting to break free from politically correct circles.

People are simply starting to say “NO” resoundingly. Maybe the PC mentality has begun to wear out its welcome. Maybe folks are starting to see it for what it is and are no longer afraid of being called racists or bigots if they don’t fall in line with it. Maybe the overuse of the race card since Obama was elected has made the race card nearly obsolete.

In a defeat that spells trouble for the homosexual community, passage of a gay marriage bill was stopped in its tracks in, of all places, Illinois. What is interesting about the make-up of politics in Illinois is that there is a large Democrat majority. They hold 71 seats of the 120 in the House and only needed 60 votes in favor of the bill to pass it. They couldn’t do that.

According to MassResistance, “the homosexual lobby spent a million dollars on lobbyists to get this bill through. They had approximately 40 lobbyists working on House members — compared to about 4 paid lobbyists for [the other] side.” That tells you something. It tells you that people are getting sick and tired of this issue and want it gone. Does this mean it’s the end? Certainly not. We can be sure that the homosexual community will not give up. They will continue to push ahead with their agenda.
But what is their agenda? As quoted in an article on The Blaze, lesbian Masha Gessen stated,
“The push for gay marriage has less to do with the right to marry – it is about diminishing and eventually destroying the institution of marriage and redefining the ‘traditional family’.”
Gessen went further in sharing her viewpoint.  She basically stated, “Gay marriage is a lie.” She followed that up with, “Fighting for gay marriage generally involves lying about what we’re going to do with marriage when we get there.” Finally, she said, “It’s a no-brainer that the institution of marriage should not exist.”

It’s nice when people are honest, isn’t it?


  1. Don't worry, they'll get it through at the federal level.

  2. Please allow me to personally assure you all that Illinois is quite a bit more than the corridor north of I-80 or the I-270 bubble of civil decay that hugs the banks of the river east of St Louis.

    The rest of us here just get to work and pay for all that crap.

    For a little while longer.

    1. For a little while longer.

      :) I have a friend who lives in Southern Illinois and that area was pro-South during the Late Unpleasantness. The bottom of Illinois is actually further South than Richmond.