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    Bush Promoting Homosexual Agenda: Do Conservatives Care?

    Published: Friday, May 23, 2003

    Christian conservatives regard President George W. Bush as a committed Christian and staunch conservative. This is very perplexing as Bush's track record on numerous key conservative issues is less than stellar, to put it mildly.

    For example, when one looks at Bush's record regarding favored treatment for the homosexual agenda, he discovers that Bush is every bit the pro-homosexual president that Bill Clinton was. Maybe more so.

    Consider that President Bush and the entire Republican leadership left Senator Santorum to virtually fend for himself in the face of blistering attacks when he verbalized his support for Texas' (Bush's home state) law against sodomy. However, this is just the latest example of Bush's propensity to curry favor with radical homosexuals.

    In 2000, Bush attempted to rid the Republican platform of planks against homosexual marriage and homosexuals in the military. He also lobbied to grant special civil rights for sodomites.

    President Bush has kept in place a 1998 Clinton executive order prohibiting discrimination against sodomites in the federal workforce.

    Bush ordered the military to stop expelling homosexuals after the "war on terrorism" began.

    Bush and the GOP Congress passed legislation extending family health benefits to Washington, D.C., employee's "partners" and also gave adoption rights to D.C. homosexual couples.

    Bush has appointed numerous open homosexuals to high office within his government. He even authorized tax dollars to pay for travel and housing of all homosexual "partners" of American diplomats.

    Bush has increased funding for homosexual propaganda campaigns under the guise of "health education" programs.

    The list of Bush's pro-homosexual policies and decisions would literally fill a book. In fact, the GOP's habit of promoting the homosexual agenda has become so redundant that even staunch Republicans such as Gary Bauer, James Dobson, Phyllis Schlafly, and Ken Connor recently expressed their disappointment and concern.

    However, instead of merely expressing disappointment and concern, Christian conservatives need to wake up to the reality that at the national level the GOP is not their friend. It has no intention of promoting their beliefs and only uses them to garner votes.

    Furthermore, conservatives need to get over their sophomoric infatuation with G. W. Bush and start telling the truth about his dismal record regarding the homosexual agenda.

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