Homosexuals have commandeered the entertainment business. It seems that every movie or TV program has a token homosexual featured in unnecessary story-line roles so viewers will grow numb to the idea that their behavior is what’s at issue. How many times have you watched Home and Garden Television (HGTV) to see a show featuring homosexual “couples” and their new homes or renovation projects? It’s depressing. Now the self-outed homosexual Rosie O’Donnell, who is one of the co-hosts of ABC’s “The View,” said “radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state.” Co-host Joy Behar, injecting some sanity into the program, protested that these unnamed “radical” Christians are not calling on other Christians to inflict jihad on other Americans.
When Pat Robertson called for the assassination of Hugo Chavez, he was unanimously opposed by other Christian leaders. This is not happening in the Muslim community. Paul Hill, the abortion-doctor killer, was excommunicated from the church where he was a member, and he was routinely and regularly counseled not to kill in “the name of the Lord” or even speak publicly on the topic. In fact, I was one of those who told him that he did not have biblical grounds to assassinate abortionists.  Others had given him similar counsel. Are there exceptions? Most certainly. But they are a minority of a minority opinion routinely condemned by the vast majority of Christians. The judicial approach to rid America of abortion is taking place without a bullet being fired. Abortion “clinics” are being closed by using existing law.
The accommodating media are beginning to pay the price for their toleration of cutesy homosexuality. When given a platform, the real agenda of the homosexual movement expresses itself. Christianity is the enemy, and aberrant behavior is the norm. All attempts to portray a normal domestic lifestyle—adoption, marriage, “gay” cruises—only goes to prove that homosexuality is by definition abnormal. Manufacturing families is an indictment against the movement toward societal acceptance.
Rosie knows that if she can smear Christians by labeling them as terrorists, then she can dilute their arguments against her attempts to normalize her homosexual lifestyle. But the more homosexuals feel comfortable expressing themselves, the more people will see how radical their opinions really are. While there might be a short-term downside to their being so prominent on TV and in the media, maybe there’s a silver lining. The majority of Americans may tire of them and the expression of their emerging radical opinions on so many topics. We can only hope.
 Paul Hill
 Listen to the interview with Charlie Wysong on www.GaryDeMar.com (September 2, 2006)