‘No’ to 2 moms and 2 dads

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So, let me give you a real world example of liberalism gone amuck. What I saw on MSNBC sent chills down my spine—that a parent would abuse their own child on national TV to promote an insidious political agenda is totally disgusting. You must see this video (http://www.mediaite.com/tv/msnbc-host-asks-her-daughter-if-she-would-marry-a-girl-when-she-grows-up/)

Krystal Ball, another MSNBC talk show host and feminist, aired a video of her and her 5-year-old daughter, Ella. Ball asks Ella if she knows what marriage is and she says she does not. Then the daughter says marriage is between a man and a woman—that’s when her mother begins to indoctrinate her daughter about homosexual marriage. I was mortified that a parent would do this to her own daughter—on national TV. Social services should remove Ella from this house because her mother is without question an unfit parent.

So, this is the type of world that Melissa Perry wants to create, one where someone like Ball could take another person’s child and brainwash them into believing that homosexual marriage is ok. What parent has this type of conversation with a 5-year-old? Is this what Perry means when she says, “kids belong to whole communities.” They know they cannot win the argument with logic, so they must brainwash innocent children to perpetuate their radical liberalism. This is why we need to keep government out of our lives to the greatest extent possible.

What Ball did to her daughter may not be child abuse legally, but morally, it is definitely abuse and I am amazed that even liberals of goodwill have not criticized her for such abuse.

I challenge Perry to describe to the American people what her world looks like if our kids belong to whole communities. Is she ok with me teaching her 14-year-old daughter, Parker, that homosexuality is wrong? Whose values should be taught to these kids? So, is it ok for Ball’s 5-year-old to begin experimenting with kissing boys and girls or touching her classmates in intimate places? I see what the problem is. You are having an adult conversation with a 5-year-old, so she may as well enjoy the fruits of being an adult. Why else would you be having this conversation with her?

 

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