It’s settled after reviewing all the facts! Governor Chris “Blunderbuss” Christie, took a long hard look at scripture, and the psychological medical data, and to the delight of the sodomite community decreed that: “Homosexuality’ is not a sin!”
There is a saying:
Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
The question: Is Governor Christie a fool or a political prostitute? Every major religion clearly states in God’s word that sodomy is an abomination in the eyes of God. Many are asking: is Governor Christie once again catering to the homosexual “ommunity” for future “campaign contributions” on his quest for the White House? This last declaration that “homosexuality” is not a sin is hard to swallow.
Governor Christie favors homosexuals before this
Let’s look at what Governor Christie has done before, to favor the homosexual community. First he named open homosexuals to the bench, new judges that support same-sex “marriage.” Then he signs into law Assembly Bill 3371 sponsored by openly gay Assemblymen Tim Eustace. This law purportedly protects minors by prohibiting any attempt to change their sexual orientation by parents or those in the medical profession.
What is most outrageous, according to its sponsor Assemblymen Eustace it would makes it a crime for a parent to seek “professional therapies to help minors overcome same-sex attraction”. Eustace had the chutzpah to put parents on notice, or should I say threatens parents, that if they do seek professional help they may face the wrath of the Child Protective Services to investigate their home and/or take their children from them. Eustace would appear to be the new recruitment poster boy for the lavender lobby: once we’ve got them, we’ll keep them!
Following an overwhelming numbers of citizen complaints, Governor “Blunderbuss’ Christie issued the following deceitful responses, saying:
At the outset of this debate, I expressed my concerns about government limiting parental choice on the care and treatment of their own children. I still have those concerns and believe that government should tread carefully into this area. I have done so here reluctantly, scrutinizing this piece of legislation with that concern in mind.
However, I also believe that on issues of medical treatment for children we must look to experts in the field to determine the relative risks and rewards. The American Psychological Association* has found that efforts to change sexual orientation can pose critical health risks including, but not limited to, depression, substance abuse, social withdrawal, decreased self-esteem and suicidal thoughts. I believe that exposing children to these health risks without clear evidence of benefits that outweigh these serious risks is not appropriate.
Governor Christie cites the APA, without a shred of scientific evidence that is “true science” has yet to find any biological (that is, genetic) basis for homosexuality, bisexuality and now the newest fiasco to make headlines trans-sexuality and toilets (“I’ll use this bathroom today”).
Indisputably, every scientific study has concluded “LGBT’ behavior is unhealthy, especially because it spreads sexually transmitted diseases, including several cancers. But Governor Christie claims to have done the research. Tell us, Governor Christie: did you research the data and the connection between homosexual abuse and “gay identity”? The researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found homosexuals are “at least three times more likely to report CSA (childhood sexual abuse)” than heterosexuals.
Yet you, Assemblymen Eustace, and our useless legislature say confused youths should be denied that right to understand their actions, or the right to seek help under this outrageous piece of legislation is illegal. Your copying of Obama and the disregard for citizen’s rights are in line with the Democrat Party. Tell us Governor when will you going to switch parties? You’re certainly no Conservative Republican.
Governor Christie, where does the science truly lie?
You claim to have based you decision on the so-called medical experts at the APA, so can you explain why former President of the APA Dr. Nicholas Cummings is quoted in USA Today saying:
Contending that all same-sex attraction is immutable is a distortion of reality. Attempting to characterize all sexual reorientation therapy as ‘unethical’ violates patient choice and gives an outside party a veto over patients’ goals for their own treatment. A political agenda shouldn’t prevent gays and lesbians who desire to change from making their own decisions.
Dr. T. Hurlbut’s open letter to you, Governor Christie, gives a details you should have taken into account, that is if you were even interested the ramification of this outlandish legislation. Dr. Hurlbut also informs us of the following:
This was after the American Psychiatric Association first dropped homosexuality from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders (the DSM). But it was before all the medical schools discontinued all the textbooks that still discussed homosexuality for what it is, and what childhood influences might cause it.
Surely Governor Christie, no doubt you took into account that practicing homosexuals gained a majority in the APA and took over the editorship of the DSM.
Again, I guess your first consideration was “campaign contributions” took precedent in your decision making process. Sir, you can “Bull-crap” the public, for just so long.
The good news: Liberty Counsel filed a legal action against this outrageous government intrusion related to New Jerseys teen therapy ban. As far as Governor “Blunderbuss” is concerned, the homosexual community contributes far larger political donations than those heterosexuals straights. – “One needs money to further one’s political ambitions.”
Speaking of homosexual scandals, it’s has been reported that the State faces a discrimination lawsuit based upon homosexuals in your administration harassing heterosexual employees. But that’s another story for the future, since this story won’t go away anytime soon.
So is it true, Governor Christie, that as a practicing Catholic of the highest order, you would rewrite Catholic Church Doctrine? My guess is your knighthood into the “Order of Malta” is out of the question, as are your chances of becoming President in 2016 after this slip-of-tongue, you just blew it (no pun intended).
You’ve been hanging out with Obama for too long. What right does government have to mandate what type of medical help a person may seek? What parents, doctors, or individuals believe is best? The hell with the public’s civil rights and the Constitution.
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