Bryan Fischer
ObamaTrade will export sexual deviancy
By Bryan Fischer
June 13, 2015

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There are many sound reasons to oppose the ObamaTrade bill that the president is seeking to ram through Congress, aided and abetted by Republicans who are in hock to Big Business.

But a little discussed reason to flatly oppose this bill is that it will become a major tool to export sexual deviancy to the world. In other words, it's as much about Big Gay as it is Big Pharma.

President Obama has appointed no less than seven openly homosexual and intersexed – whatever that is – ambassadors to push his agenda around the world.

They are salivating over the prospect of Republicans giving the president another weapon to use in promoting and advancing the worldwide normalization of the infamous crime against nature.

In a letter posted on the White House website and dated June 9 (which you can read here), these gay ambassadors are unambiguous about their intentions to ram homosexuality down the throats of every nation which becomes a member of the Trans Pacific Partnership.

Here are some excerpts from their manifesto, with explanatory commentary in parentheses:

"As Ambassadors, we are on the front lines representing the United States. We know firsthand that U.S. interests are best served when we pursue policies that also advance our values. (I.e., the value of granting special protections for sexual behavior that is unnatural, immoral, and unhealthy)

"That's why trade policy is among our most promising tools. (I.e, we can't wait to get started with the global agenda of forcing homosexuality on everybody, so please, please, please, Republicans, help our president pass this into law.)

"Done right, trade policy is a strong complement to our broader bilateral efforts to urge partner countries to defend and protect the human rights of all individuals. (I.e., including the "right" to engage in sexually deviant behavior with governmental approval.) In many ways, the two issues go together: open markets promote development, raise wages, and increase living standards, which in turn goes hand-in-hand with more open and engaged societies that demand a higher standard of protection for civil rights. (I.e., once the TPP is passed, we are going to force nations to celebrate homosexuality, bisexuality, transgenderism, and intersexuality whether they want to or not.)

"We are proud to be part of an Administration that remains deeply committed (i.e., this is not incidental but central to our mission as ambassadors) to the advancement of human rights for all, including LGBTI persons. President Obama recently said that "all people deserve (i.e., if you disagree with us, you're a homophobic bigot) to live free from fear, violence, and discrimination, regardless of who they are or whom they love." The Administration has backed up those words with actions, including through the issuance of a Presidential Memorandum to advance the human rights of LGBTI persons worldwide. This commitment is also clear in trade priorities like TPP, which would represent a significant expansion of enforceable labor rights (i.e., other nations will be made to toe the line regardless of their own cultural and moral values), and would support the elimination of discrimination with respect to employment. (I.e, we will punish, silence and marginalize anyone who gets in our way.)

"We are committed to working closely with the White House to ensure that any trade arrangement approved by Congress is a force for progress on human rights for everyone, including for LGBTI persons. (I.e, we are not going to ask, we're going to give orders.) By moving forward with President Obama's trade agenda, we can create a more prosperous, more innovative, and more secure global market and global workplace for the 21st century. With America's interests and values on the line, we hope Congress passes trade promotion authority without delay." (I.e., we need this tool in our toolkit immediately so we can force this agenda on as much of the world as possible before the president leaves office.)

In other words, this bill is not just about fast tracking trade. It's about fast tracking sin.

Bottom line: if you support sexual deviancy, you'll love ObamaTrade. If you oppose sexual deviancy, you will call your congressman immediately and urge him in the strongest possible term to stop this morally dangerous bill dead in its tracks.

(Unless otherwise noted, the opinions expressed are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Family Association or American Family Radio.)

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