By BobbyHomosexual activists were at it again Sunday night. During NBC's coverage of the Miss USA beauty pageant, which is part of the NBC/Trump Organisation partnership's Miss Universe, one of the judges, an avowed sexual deviant, asked if marriage should be between any two people in the same way that a certain mayor of the nation's virtual capital (considering that city is which our "prime minister" but in reality dictator, considering what the damage she has done to this country since she took over as the nation's leader, represents) has been called "any two-some" by a radio host in that region believes.
The contestant said no, it should be between one man and one woman, and the judge went on a rampage on his blog, even admitting that cost her the win.
The judge, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, suffers from a psychiatric disorder. His intentional attempt to push the homosexual agenda, which violates I Corinthians 6:9-10 in that ". . . neither . . . effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind . . . shall inherit the Kingdom of God." My Ryrie Study Bible states "People whose lifestyles exhibit wickedness, not fruit, show they are unsaved and will, therefore, not inherit the kingdom of God."
For pushing his wicked agenda that violates the Bible, I must say . . Perez . . . (points finger at him), You're Fired!
Meanwhile, back at the ranch of MTV, their popular "Spongebob Squarepants" character and Burger King were involved in a questionable advertising campaign aimed at adults with sexual overtones. It was highly inappropriate.
I was outraged at this and had to remember the time at Starpower Regionals in Spartanburg a few years ago that I discussed the issue with a teammate and her sister about how low teen dance routines could go. The judges at Starpower would whisk any of the performances of that Burger King ad with severe penalties. Rodney Wise and Rick Monroe would yank their cards and reject it to the point they would eject them -- and if they tried to enter, get a black flag.
But I reminded myself this was MTV, and MTV has no morals. Here we go again. What do you expect?
The worst part was this Burger King ad was not appropriate for families, and this aired during the family hour on network programming. What gives?