O”M”M says ‘Person of Interest’ turns PC

Christina here…

I got an email from One “Million” Moms!

Dear Christina,

Many One Million Moms supporters have contacted us in concern that a go-to show for parents and older children is no longer acceptable to watch. Several of our members were regular viewers of the CBS program “Person of Interest,” until now. This is not necessarily a show for young children since it is action packed with some violence and a 14-V rating, but one of the few programs on television that is fairly clean with no foul language or nudity. One Million Moms members have said they thoroughly enjoyed this series that airs on Thursday evenings at 9:00/8:00 Central. It is a fresh, intriguing, and extremely interesting show. As a piece of “escapism” there is no better show!

One Million Moms is disappointed that CBS and Warner Brothers turned “Person of Interest” into a politically correct machine. In mid-November, an episode aired that went way too far in an attempt to normalize homosexuality when creator and producer, J.J. Abrams, decided to introduce a married lesbian couple.

Viewers find out the female heart surgeon’s spouse is actually another woman. They treated this immoral relationship just like any other married couple. Clearly this is a way of promoting the homosexual agenda by making it appear absolutely normal.

TAKE ACTION

Please send an email letter and request that they stay true to their original style instead of becoming politically correct. Let them know that they do not need to follow the trend in normalizing homosexuality, or they will lose a majority of their viewers that tuned in for clean entertainment that did not push any certain agenda.

I guess then, that introducing a married heterosexual couple and treating that relationship just like any other married couple is promoting the heterosexual agenda. I guess anytime a Christian is portrayed neutrally on a show, it must be the “Christian agenda”. Anytime a female character is portrayed in a neutral way, it must be the feminist agenda.  In fact, any neutral portrayal of any character must be some kind of politically correct agenda machine for whatever aspects of that character you don’t like, to normalize those “immoral” characteristics.

Sometimes, OMM, you’re going to be exposed to characters on television you don’t like. Get over it.

Do you really think the producers of CBS and Warner Brothers are going to take you seriously anyway? Let’s just pretend all the people in show business are wholesome heterosexuals.

Let me also point out that your own silly Bible treated slavery like any other relationship, so it must have been promoting the slavery agenda. It also treated having 700 wives and 300 concubines as normal, so I guess it must be promoting that too. It treated murder as normal, so it must be promoting murder. It treated selling your daughter into slavery, forced marriages between rapists and victims, so I guess it’s a politically correct normalizing immoral agenda machine. Right?

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  • Zinc Avenger (Sarcasm Tags 3.0 Compliant)

    We could make real money selling clutching pearls to One Million Mothers. Shame there aren’t actually a million of them…

    • eric

      Well, your warehouse would at least be smaller than if you tried to sell them fainting couches.

      • Loqi

        I don’t think that’s the case, since the smallest warehouse you could find would be more than enough space for one couch for each member.

        • Zinc Avenger (Sarcasm Tags 3.0 Compliant)

          I’m just glad I don’t have to store their hot, anguished tears of rage. They produce far more of them than their membership suggests!

          • Azkyroth

            Given the specific heat of water, tapping genuinely HOT tears might have all kinds of benefits.

          • Zinc Avenger (Sarcasm Tags 3.0 Compliant)

            This “irathermal energy” could have potential if it takes less energy to show them scenes they find objectionable than they produce in hot tears.

  • iknklast

    Next thing you know, they’ll be presenting an atheist, and airbrushing out the horns! OMG!

  • baal

    “oh won’t someone please think of the children” Mrs. Rev. Lovejoy.

    I tend to be naturally anti-authority and dislike coercion – even from the activists of causes I otherwise support. I have yet to be offended by gay activists and haven’t felt that they were pushing irrationally for a tribalistic view point. I can’t say that about many other groups.

    I think the OMM are right on one detail, it is a sign of greater normalization of homosexuality. TV shows, however, tend to lag society (unless they are show that enjoys being controversial for ratings).

  • eric

    They treated this immoral relationship just like any other married couple. Clearly this is a way of promoting the homosexual agenda by making it appear absolutely normal.

    Yes, because a fictional vigilante team of hacker and gun-toting ex-assassin who regularly break the law is exactly who I reference when I want to know what ‘normal behavior’ is like.
    Sheesh. Just tell yourselves that the fictional protagonists are liberal, and are thus not responding with the appropriate shock, horror, and shunning because they are really anti-heros. Or even easier, call it a gaping plot hole. There’s already lots of them in your average TV series.

  • John Evans

    But Kirk and Uhura – KISSING

    • Zinc Avenger (Sarcasm Tags 3.0 Compliant)

      Society has never been the same since.

    • Steve

      They were against that too

  • smrnda

    Is any character on a TV show not openly a member of a particular religion just a plant meant to further the ‘secularist agenda?’ Life influences what we see on TV since even when things are pretty far-fetched, there has to be some level of connection with reality.

    The only issue in depicting a lesbian couple is whether or not it’s conceivable or convincing. If a fictional lesbian couple can be normal, the reason is that a real life lesbian couple can be the same way. I think the real horror is that the show is reflecting reality too much there, and you can’t slam gays and lesbians as unnatural perverts if you show that they have relationships and not just sex. It’d be like having a character who is an atheist but happy.

  • Gordon

    Do you know who seems to almost alway be portrayed positively in tv shows? Catholic priests. The mind boggles.

    • iknklast

      Yeah, I think most people my age still equate Catholic priests with Father Francis Mulcahey. He was so benign and nice he wouldn’t be able to promote Catholic doctrine if he tried.

    • John Horstman

      You clearly don’t watch Law and Order: SVU.

  • Adam

    I love how these loons think saying gay people exist is pushing some kind of evil agenda.

  • ottod

    Happens I saw that episode, and I thought, “Wow! It’s a good thing our fearless heros aren’t fundie god botherers, or they’d just write the doctor and her wife off and look for a fellow xtian to save.” Now that’s non-PC programming the handful of moms could get behind.

  • gratch

    I really like that show. It’s funny to I just saw this week’s episode and *SPOLIER ALERT*

    It’s about a straight married couple who hate each other so much they hire assassins to kill the other one and our heroes have to sort out the mess. So just to sum up:

    Loving couple in same sex marriage – Evil, bad for children and society

    Hate – filled couple bent on mutual homicide in “traditional” marriage – 100% God Approved!

  • http://criticallyskeptic-dckitty.blogspot.com Katherine Lorraine, Chaton de la Mort

    OMM is gonna hate my story when I get it published.

    Third section describes a married, lesbian couple (probably about six pages into the book.) I also have an asexual character and a transgender character (who is invisibly trans.)

    • Mike de Fleuriot

      An asexual character as well as an invisibly trans character, do you really think that they even know such people actually exist, let alone what these are in fact?

      • http://criticallyskeptic-dckitty.blogspot.com Katherine Lorraine, Chaton de la Mort

        Good point XD


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