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A&E's 'Wedding Wars' gives Porno Pete the vapors

Tonight at 9PM ET, A&E is debuting an original movie, Wedding Wars, which has been promoted over the past few weeks by asking the question “What if gays went on strike?” The premise:

Shel (John Stamos), a gay party planner, agrees to organize the nuptials for straight brother Ben (Eric Dane) to Maggie (Bonnie Somerville), the Governor of Maine’s (James Brolin) daughter. After Shel finds out that Ben, a campaign manager for his future father-in-law, is behind the governor’s speech against gay marriage, he decides to go on strike for equal rights. Shel’s strike picks up steam and eventually spreads nationwide, leaving the impending wedding vows in the hands of a tacky planner and overall, in question.
Wedding Wars is directed by Jim Fall (Trick, The Lizzie McGuire Movie) from a script by Stephen Mazur (Liar, Liar).

OK. That sounds like a nice light comedy with a message about equality tacked on, right?

Look at what Peter LaBarbera sees as the message in the film.

Just what America needs: more homosexual propaganda on TV. Yep, every day I’m reminded just how disenfranchised this poor, beleaguered “gay minority” is. Who are they kidding? The homosexual activist lobby has elite power — far disproportionate to their tiny numbers – and they aren’t afraid to use it.

If you have any doubts about how ludicrous it is to say that the “gay marriage” movement has ANYTHING in common with the noble civil rights struggle that ended state-sponsored segregation in this country, check out this link for the annual “Aspen Gay and Lesbian Ski Week” (note the appropriate theme of the Seven Deadly Sins). Talk about wealth, power, and privilege.

We can chuckle at the symbolism of actor John Stamos’ career path, from playing a caring father of twins in “Full House” to playing a homosexual party planner in “Wedding Wars.” But the downward evolution of the fight for “equality” in America — from Selma to Aspen, from ending horrible Jim Crow laws to shilling for counterfeit “marriage,” from stigmatizing racist bigotry to scoffing at Christian morality — is a sober reminder of the corruption of civil rights in this nation.

Am I missing something, or has someone taken Peter’s remote away, his TV is locked onto A&E, and he’s strapped to a chair, forced to watch this movie? He moves on to tell us how we, the homosexual activists are pushing our AgendaTM, and destroying Christianity in the process.

Porno Pete goes over the edge after the flip.

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So often pro-family advocates are asked why we care so much about “what two people do in their bedroom,” “why can’t we just leave them alone?” etc., as if homosexuality is a private matter that just sort of exists without demanding attention. For some, of course, it is. But “Wedding Wars” shows us the flip side of the “gay” movement, which proudly DEMANDS approval at every opportunity, and feels the need to ridicule Judeo-Christian values in order to score points for the “gay” cause.

  Makes sense: sinful lifestyles cannot be elevated to normal and even “Christian” status unless sin itself is redefined, and normalcy and Christianity are brought lower.

This seeming pathological drive for approval (tolerance is passe) is why proud homosexuality will remain the most divisive social issue this country has faced in a long time. The “gay” activists won’t leave us alone. They can’t. To achieve their revolutionary, egalitarian goal of treating homosexuality the same as heterosexuality in our culture, they and their increasingly radical straight allies are forced to discredit and destroy a lot of good, Bible-based tradition – and turn the hearts of America’s children against God’s created purpose for sexuality.

This is so twisted. Last time I looked, the fundies were the ones that can’t seem to leave us alone, mounting efforts to pass ballot measures depriving us of rights that other Americans take for granted, allow us to be fired from our jobs, and marginalize our relationships.

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