Maybe Noebel Was Right

Maybe Noebel Was Right October 25, 2006

Okay, I know I took David Noebel to task yesterday for saying that after decriminalizing sodomy, the gays got all uppity and started demanding other things. But after seeing this article from Agape Press, I’m beginning to come around. Would you believe that those damn gays think they actually have a right to buy products from Walmart? And Walmart thinks they have a right to sell products to gays? I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true, I assure you. But Randy Sharp, the director of special projects for the American Family Association, did some crack research on the Walmart website and found out that – you’re not going to believe this – Walmart actually sells books that gay people might read:

In an “Action Alert” to its supporters on Monday (October 23), AFA identifies several book titles available through Walmart.com that it says relate to the promotion of homosexual marriage — among them are: What God Has Joined Together: The Christian Case for Gay Marriage; Legalizing Gay Marriage; Gay Marriage and Democracy: Equality for All; Defending Same-Sex Marriage; and Gay Marriage, Real Life: Ten Stories of Love and Family.


The nerve of these people, thinking they have a right to sell books that say things that the AFA disagrees with! Of course, you can also get all kinds of books by James Dobson, Phyllis Schlafly, Alan Keyes, Robert Bork and many others, so there’s no shortage of anti-gay books as well. I mean, it’s almost as if Walmart has this crazy idea that different people have different opinions and might buy different books on the subject. But how could they think that? I mean, that’s just insane.

Sharp also notes that Wal-Mart is now considering same-sex “partner” benefits, bolstering AFA’s notion that the retailer has moved from neutrality to actively promoting the homosexual lifestyle.

Well that’s even more outrageous. They think that they might be able to recruit and retain good employees by offering health benefits to gay and lesbian partners of their employees? Gays and lesbians aren’t supposed to have healthcare! The next thing you know, they’ll want homes and cars and even jobs! It’s just like Walmart to cave in to the Gay Agenda in this way. The next thing you know, their pharmacies will sell drugs to treat people with AIDS. And you just know that’ll make them gays all uppity.

AFA is urging consumers to register their complaints with both their local store manager and Wal-Mart president Scott Lee. “I think Wal-Mart shoppers would disagree with where their money is going to when they buy a product at Wal-Mart,” says Sharp.

LOL. Can you imagine being a Walmart manager and having some mouth-breathing, knuckle-dragging, milk-toothed imbecile come up to you saying, “I don’t like it that you sell books to gay people”? The only possible response is “get a life.”


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