The Gay Agenda is the Constitution (VIDEO)


For a long time now anti-gay folks have bemoaned the secret, sneaky gay agenda that is creeping upon America and turning white picket fence towns into dens of inequity and sinful excess.

So what is the big gay agenda? Well, according to CNN columnist and ESPN sportswriter LZ Granderson speaking during a recent, inspiring and amusing TED talk, it is… well… it is the agenda of seeking the rights set forth in the U.S. Constitution.

Now, if you don’t have 18 minutes to spare, I’ll give you the condensed version as written by Granderson in a blog post for CNN:

In other words, I wonder just how far along we would be as a society if the oppressive majority held all of the legislative and judicial power over the oppressed minority, essentially yanking the teeth out of Congress and the Supreme Court.

I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about the gay agenda, but may not know what’s in it. Here’s what you do: Download a copy of the United States Constitution, read it. Everything the LGBT community wants is in there.

Sounds like an oversimplification?

It’s not.

But you really should watch the full video because it makes the point exceptionally well:


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Howard Evans
Howard Evans5 years ago

Pam, you ranting that there's no such thing as a homophobe is much like Michele Bachmann claiming there are no congenital idiots in congress. You might want to look up "paradox", along with several thousand other words you clearly have no working definition of.

A person's sexual preferences are no one else's business. How would your significant other feel if they outlawed sex with microcephalics? I'll wait while you inflate him and get his opinion.

No one's claiming that all straight people are sick. We're saying you're sick, and surely this is far from the first time you've been told that. You need help. I'm just not sure whether you should start with an abnormal psychologist, a spiritual advisor or an English teacher.

Howard Evans
Howard Evans5 years ago

It starts with “We, the people ….”, not “We, the people exactly like me ….”

You’d think we'd have learned something from all the other times that some idiot said “If you give [fill in the name of some group] the same rights as everyone else, it will be the end of civilization as we know it”, and was then soundly proven wrong by subsequent events.

Life in this country is going to get a lot easier and a lot more productive when we all finally accept a few simple facts.

My life is my life and your life is yours. We each have a right to live them as we see fit, unless something one of us is doing is harming the other or infringing on the other’s rights. You doing something that I wouldn’t is not harming me or infringing on my rights.

The only way to guarantee my rights is to fight unceasingly to make damn sure that everyone else gets exactly the same rights, regardless of whether or not I approve of everything they do.

Anita Wisch
Anita Wisch5 years ago

The Constitution give us ALL the same rights and privileges, PERIOD!

nancy d.
nancy B5 years ago

James C - No one said anything about trying to make "straight people seem sick". But if the shoe fits.

Lisa H.
Lisa H5 years ago

And yes, James C, I'd love to meet YOU in a dark alley! I have fought for 30 years against retards like you, and will do so for another 30 years!!

Lisa H.
Lisa H5 years ago

I came out at age 15, in 1982. I don't "look gay", but have been a victim of gay bashing MANY times in my life. If you think homophobia is made up, take a look at the article about the NC Preacher who wants us all in concentration camps, and sign the petition against HIM ( Or at Rick Santorum, who gets rich from "curing" homosexuality. I've been attacked, verbally and physically. One man tried to rape me, to "show me what a good man could do". He didn't walk away :). So to the idiots who deny homophobia are either not gay, or so homophobic themselved they want to visit Rick Santorum.

Mari Garcia
Mari Garcia5 years ago

I always just laughed at this whole paranoid gay agenda theroy. Like it says a lot to me when a person takes a whole group of people and believes that.

James C, there are homophobes. I know plenty of heterosexuals who don't care. You need to stop being so deep in the closet.

Jessa Goerling
Jessica Goerling5 years ago

Homophobes are clearly on the wrong side of history here, and I can only hope that the map is a little more filled in by the time I'm ready to find a home and start a family.

Lynn Squance
Lynn S5 years ago

To add to David K's second comment --- "I'd just like to add that the biggest thing that stands in the way of our freedom guaranteed by the constitution is:

Sadly enough... Not wicked Despots from other countries...

It is only OURSELVES!

We are the only ones to blame. We the citizens of this country that have imposed this lunacy on others, AND we the citizens of this country that have allowed others to impose this lunacy on others!!!"

I remind you of Martin Niemöller's words ...

"First they came for the communists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist.

Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.

Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.

Then they came for me
and there was no one left to speak out for me."

Given the nature of humankind, there will unfortunately always be those willing to strip away rights and freedoms. As David says,what/who stands in the way of our freedom is we ourselves. We must always be ready to stand up, speak up, and fight for the rights of all, even those we disagree with, lest Martin Niemöller's words come true.

Thanks for so many great comments and a personal thanks for all the stars.

J.L. A.
JL A5 years ago

simplicity at it's best