{ CNN goes way too far with missionary youtube video/ad }

I have written a couple of organizations throughout this election to express my opinion and my views on Prop 8. The latest to receive my correspondence is CNN, regarding the outrageous youtube video that they let air on their network this morning, in which two LDS missionaries are portrayed ransacking the home of two lesbian women and ripping up their marriage license. Click here to watch the video on beetle blog and then use the link below it to write to CNN to express your views.

http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form5.html?103

Get out there and get involved. Be polite, but tell them what you think!

……Update…..

Please share your strong feelings with your local TV stations who are airing these commercials, and notify the FCC at 888-225-5233 that you feel that these ads are inflammatory. LDS Missionaries have had almost nothing to do with this campaign, and are now becoming targets for hate acts.

I’ll be calling the FCC in the morning. You should too!!!!

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One thought on “{ CNN goes way too far with missionary youtube video/ad }

  1. What needs to be said, but seldom is, has to do with the homosexual sex act itself. It’s perverted. It is an abomination, but few are ready to acknowledge it.

    This is the real reason why the LDS Christians oppose SSM, and why non-LDS Christians oppose it, or should oppose it. God has forbidden man to lie with man, because it perverts the purpose of sex and marriage.

    When Mormons teach their children about marriage, it’s in the context of a bond and relationship that will never end, passing through death, standing before the judgment seat of God, rising in the resurrection, and dwelling with the billions of families that will inhabit the earth for a thousand years, preparing for its coming transformation into a celestial abode, when the old earth and the old heavens shall pass away, as a new earth and a new heavens replace them.

    In that day, the former earth and the former heavens will not be remembered, or come to mind. However, this great hope and glorious vision of the future is forever lost to those who, for whatever reason, reject the path that leads to their part in it.

    Yet, that is their business, and they have the God-given right to choose what they will believe, or will not believe.

    Nevertheless, it would be foolish to think that the Mormons don’t understand how their children will have to withstand the persuasion of those who will come among them saying, “Believe it not!”

    They will be cajoled, prodded, brow beaten, scorned and even persecuted for their faith in the sanctity of marriage. They will be urged to reject it as folly, to look upon it narrowly and consider it as a foolish and a vain hope, in a thousand subtle, and some not so subtle, ways, and, alas, many will surely succumb, choosing to believe it not.

    Do you think, then, that the Mormons don’t have the right, indeed the duty, to defend their position, for their children’s sake? Should they not be expected to seek to firmly establish the holiness of marriage in the minds of the people, striving to circumscribe and minimize, in every legal and ethical manner possible, the power and influence of those whose persuasion in the schools, in the media, and in the halls of the state, is, and ever will be, exerted to deny it, to the utmost of their ability?

    Institutionalizing perversion, officially calling good evil and evil good, allows it to be taught in public schools, written into public laws, accepted as the community standard, and treated as a publicly sanctified norm, to which no opposition can be brooked.

    Clearly, we must oppose such a move, and resist those who seek to establish it, for whatever reason, or face the consequences, when we are fully ripened in our iniquity, like the cities of the plain.

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