“They’ve redefined family for the first time in a federal – in a piece of federal legislation, to include committed relationships. The problem with that is it’s really hard to define a committed relationship, and it’s really hard to define anything related to that.”
– Rep. Andy Biggs, on a radio program produced by the conservative Christian group Family Research Council.
Biggs was one of 40 lawmakers who voted against the coronavirus stimulus bill, said he did so in part because the legislation included paid sick leave benefits for domestic partnerships.
“No one can honestly deny the impact that no-fault divorce has had on children and the institution of the family. Within 20 years of the introduction of no-fault divorce, we saw the acceleration of cohabitation, single-parent homes, and unintended pregnancies. By the time Americans recognized their mistake, it was too late. Let’s hope the same isn’t true for our brave men and women in uniform.”
– Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, on the potential adverse ramifications of the military’s reversal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy last year.
“The Democratic Convention in Charlotte finally heard a pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-religious liberty message last night – but unfortunately, it came after the official speeches. For those who noticed, this convention was heavily focused on the issues of abortion and homosexuality, though speakers seemed afraid to utter either word. On his radical social agenda, the President did not disappoint. He explained that the only politicians who can talk about marriage are those like himself who wish to redefine it out of existence.”
– Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, on gay marriage.
At least all those goddamned queers have a punter on their side!
“An important statistic that I read once was that there’s a survey done of 12 year-olds that found at age 12, 25 percent of the students were unsure of their sexual orientation. But we know from surveys of the adult population that only maybe 2 to 3 percent of the adult population will actually identify as homosexual or bisexual. So you have this population of young people that left to themselves, 9 out of 10 would end up being perfectly heterosexual, but now with the politically correct environment in the schools, those kids are being told by their teachers and guidance counselors, ‘Well you are probably gay, you were born that way, you just have to accept it and embrace it.’”
– Peter Sprigg, of the Family Research Council who wants public schools to distribute “ex-gay” information.
In other words, it’s a vast left-wing conspiracy! Grab your guns and bibles, folks! Those damn queers are on the rampage again!