Don’t let liberals get away with saying they’re for “diversity.” They only want people to be different on the outside – like different hair, skin, and eye color. But what about being different on the inside? Well, that’s where they draw the line.
The latest example of this is when the president of Chick-fil-A, Dan Cathy, answered a question in an interview with Baptist Press. He said their company is “very much supportive of the family… the biblical definition of the family unit.”
During an interview on “The Ken Coleman Show,” he explained his position further:
“I think we are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at him and say, ‘We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage.’ “
(Question: How does Mr. Cathy KNOW that God is about to get all "wrathful" over gay marriage? And doesn't HE understand that claiming to speak on God's behalf is to go against the Third Commandment? I bet he doesn't.)
Do you think liberals celebrated Cathy’s beliefs, which add a little diversity to the conversation about gay marriage? After all, many companies are trying to make gay marriage mainstream. (For example, Office Depot’s decision to partner with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.) So, did liberals embrace Chick-fil-A, as a mark of their tolerance and diversity?
Um, not so much.
So, help me understand this, liberals. Are you for true and difficult diversity – diversity of opinion, religion, and beliefs? The kind of diversity that requires talking to each other about our differences of opinion and ideas? Or just the easy kind of diversity that makes for cool advertisements?
Well this of course is not a serious question, but let me address it as if it were.
Yes, of course we support diversity. ALL types of diversity, so long as it does no harm to others. However we DON'T support diversity which tries to impose THEIR idea of what is right and wrong, or morally acceptable, onto others.
You see Brancy you are confusing "diversity" with "duplicity." Mr. Cathy does not want to simply be allowed to live his life in the way that he sees fit, he wants to impose HIS definition of "traditional marriage" onto others and has given nearly two million dollars to groups that are fighting against equal rights for the LGBT community. And then he doesn't want to be judged or have his business negatively affected due to those decisions.
However it is perfectly reasonable for individual who DO support diversity to choose to spend their money in restaurants and businesses which respect the rights of others to love as their biology dictates that they love.
When YOUR version of diversity is determined to destroy another individuals diversity, THAT is not something that anybody should support. However I am not at all surprised to see that the ghostwriter for the child of Sarah Palin would be one of those that would.
By they way, if Dan Cathy, Bristol Palin, OR Nancy French took the time to actually read the Bible they would quickly come to understand that THEY are the ones who don't understand traditional Biblical marriage.
P.S. One more thing to keep in mind. Homosexuality is NOT a choice, but religion is.