For years now we conservatives have been warning of the slippery societal slope we're on. You don't have to be a "social conservative" or "values voter" to see it. Just look around.
From the increasing acceptance of the coarsening of our language, to the ever-increasing tolerance and acceptance of marijuana use, to the destruction of the institution of marriage as one man and one woman.
And that is what I wish to discuss. The purposeful destruction of the institution of conventional marriage and if unchecked and unchallenged, what it is guaranteed to lead to.
I may be wrong, and I don't think I am, but every state that has passed a law and/or legally altered its Constitution to affirm the definition of marriage, did so by a vote of the people.
Most state votes affirmed conventional marriage overwhelmingly. In other words, the citizens know what marriage is and what it should remain as, but the federal black robed oligarchs that rule against the people don't care about the vote, or the People's right to govern themselves.
I personally don't care who anyone marries, but this fight isn't about conventional versus same-sex marriage. It never was. It was never about Johnny and Bobby declaring their "love" for one another. It's always been about the destruction of marriage and the undermining of conventional values.
Some may recall that more than a year ago, radical lesbian "journalist" Masha Gessen let the cat out of the bag when she admitted that advocates were lying about their radical agenda. She said they really don't want access to marriage – they want to completely redefine it. But the real goal is to eliminate it altogether.
She said, "… the institution of marriage should not exist… Fighting for homosexual "marriage" generally involves lying about what we are going to do with marriage when we get there…"
So just like Taqiyya in Islam, where it's okay to lie as a means to an end, the radical LGBT admits the same. But I guess they wouldn't have to lie if we weren't so close minded – right?
All this lying and destruction of societal convention – where does it lead? Where does all this gender bending nonsense, multi-person, multi-gender coupling lead?
To nothing good – I guarantee! It leads to a pushing of the aberrant envelope.
It leads to this.
The UK Daily Mail recently reported that, "Three Parent Babies" could be reality within a couple of years. Oh good! We should definitely do that. What could possibly go wrong?
Mailonline reports the reasoning behind this brilliance is that, "The three parent technique is designed to help families with particular genetic faults who want to avoid passing on devastating incurable diseases to their children."
I was originally against this, but the more I think of it, the better it sounds. Now instead of two parents fighting over custody of the children, we'll have three.
But why stop there? Why not four, or half a dozen? What the heck! The more, the merrier.
I certainly don't see any legal ramifications from this, do you? And the child will certainly be well adjusted – right?
But, it will be fine because, "an expert scientific panel gave its backing to the approach, declaring it was 'potentially useful' and did not appear to be unsafe – despite fears the move might lead to 'designer babies'."
Phew – I feel better. At least it "appears" to be safe. And also, in science as in life, we always "should" because we "can."
The article continues: "the techniques involve replacing defective DNA in the mother's egg with material from a donor egg. This means the resulting healthy child would effectively have two mothers and a father."
Again, what could possibly go wrong? We'd only be "genetically modifying" human embryos.
So in 5 to 10 years the American family may consist of a couple of dads, several moms, maybe some assorted farm animals and some mutant children. That's one for Norman Rockwell.
Oh, and just a closing thought: genetically modified humans will be a good thing, yet we want to outlaw genetically modified food. Sounds reasonable.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.