Christian Groups Respond to Clinton’s Human-Rights Address to the UN
Family Research Council Senior
Douchebag fellow Peter Sprigg made the following comments:
It is startling that President Obama is prepared to throw the full weight and reputation of the United States behind the promotion overseas of the radical ideology of the sexual revolution. If he did the same on other issues, his own liberal allies would undoubtedly accuse him of cultural imperialism. Threats to withhold foreign aid from poor countries unless they conform their laws to the views of Western radicals are unconscionable.
The United Nations, like the United States, remains sharply divided on the issue of whether special rights should be granted on the basis of sexual conduct, sexual orientation or gender identity. No treaty or widely accepted international agreement has established homosexual conduct as a human right, yet the Obama administration’s actions seem guided by this fiction.
President Obama should increase efforts to defend human rights that are widely recognized, such as religious liberty, rather than appeasing his domestic allies by imposing an alien ideology on other countries.
Who says defending religious liberty globally doesn’t go right along with defining gay rights? And the sexual revolution is not a radical ideology, it’s a historical fact that happened 40 years ago. Perhaps the FRC should catch up to it.