Monday, October 09, 2006

Cities of the Plain

As part of their pitiless assault on the moral foundations of Western Civilization, gay people tend to travel, shop, and pay taxes. This money circulates freely through our society, as indistinguishable yet unreconcilable as the transfused blood of a black man in Trent Lott's veins.

Nationally, gay men and lesbians spent an estimated $50 billion on travel last year, a number expected to continue to grow as more destinations around the world market to them, industry experts said.
Having forgotten all about the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, Atlanta is saying "Hello sailor!" to these gay gadabouts, and tempting them unblushingly with such decadent pleasures as eating in resturants and visiting museums:
City boosters are taking the journalists — who write for the nation's gay and lesbian newspapers, magazines and Web sites — to dinner at gay-owned and gay-friendly restaurants; to meetings with gay and lesbian entrepreneurs; and to visit neighborhoods where openly gay residents can live without harassment.
This effort isn't limited to gays, apparently. Atlanta's also targeting:
[F]amilies, sports enthusiasts, women, African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians and others.
But never mind about them. What about these gays, and their perverted, slack-jawed, throbbing, thrusting, lifestyle?
"They want to enjoy their break somewhere where people are friendly to them and welcome their business."
If you believe that, friends, you'll believe anything. The real gay agenda is revealed at the end of the article:
"Yes, we are all playing catch-up in regards to promoting our city as a gay destination," said Corley, who also is owner of CLC Resource Solutions, an Atlanta recruitment and retention firm...."With ongoing partnerships...we are sure that our numbers will continue to multiply."
There you have it: A confession so forthright that it makes the Protocols of the Elders of Zion look like the Voynich Manuscript.

Thank God we have men like Gerald Schoenewolf to stand up for Decency.

(Illustration: Lot and His Daughters by Hendrik Goltzius.)


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