The gay and lesbian lobby has done a great job of winning over the American public and getting what they wanted over the last decade or so. They have succeeded in getting gay marriage legalized in 17 states and counting. Meanwhile, people who believe in old-fashioned, time-tested morality have been timid and hesitant to speak out or take action. In the words of Edmund Burke, “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men [and women] do nothing.” But it is now time for us to start doing something. We need to begin to fight back before it is too late.
But what can we do? There are lots things we can do without the breaking the law. For one thing, we can pray. Prayer changes things, especially when enough of God’s people pray for the same thing. We need to pray for a revival in this country. We need to pray for people’s minds to be changed and their eyes to be opened so that they can see the evil of homosexuality for what it is. We need to pray for them to be able to see it as God sees it. We also need to pray that God will remove all pro-homosexual judges from federal and state benches. God is still in charge. He is still on His throne. He put these judges in place (although they think got there on their own) and He can take them out anytime He wants. He holds their every breath in His hands.
Another thing we can do is to stop supporting overly gay-friendly companies such as Disney. Long ago, Disney professed its undying love for homosexuality when it began having “gay days” at its theme parks. Now it has stopped supporting the Boy Scouts of America because of that organization’s ban on gay scout leaders. Why do Christians and other moral people still support companies like that? Instead, we should be boycotting them. For example, I refuse to visit any Disney theme park or attend/rent/buy any Disney movie. If these companies begin feeling the financial pinch from our refusal to do business with them, then maybe, just maybe, they will reconsider their extreme gay-friendly policies.
Another thing we can do is to borrow a page from the gay lobby’s play book and begin fighting fire with fire. What I mean is that we should begin filing lawsuits as often as we can, just as they have been doing for so many years. We should be outspoken about our anti-homosexual views, and then when the retaliation comes – as it surely will – we should file lawsuits claiming a violation of our religious rights. For example, suppose your outspoken views on homosexuality at your office result in the loss your job. Then you should file a lawsuit claiming discrimination based on your religious views. We should also stand our ground when someone tries to force us to serve homosexuals in ways that are inconsistent with our religious values. Let’s say, for example, you are a professional photographer and a gay couple files a lawsuit against you for refusing to take pictures at their “wedding.” You should go on the offensive by filing a countersuit claiming that they are attempting to strip you of your religious freedom.
One final thing we can do is to help “stir the pot” (so to speak) to demonstrate what a Pandora’s Box of consequences the acceptance of gay marriage has released on our society. I’ve always heard that stirring poop makes it stink even more. I believe the same applies to immorality. We should recruit people who desire such things as polygamous and incestuous marriage and encourage them to file lawsuits to force the government allow them to do what they want. We should even raise money to help them with their legal bills. Next, we can remind everyone that we told them what gay marriage would lead to. Then, perhaps, large numbers of people will regret their decision to jump on the gay marriage bandwagon and subsequently defect to our side.