We are all supposed to overlook the fact that she is now writing a book (can you say Christina Crawford?) and that her story is published by that ever unbiased Agape Press. It says her father died in 1991 but it doesn't say why NOW she is telling her story.
She is "testifying" against same sex marriage in Canada. She says:
My biggest concern is that children are not being discussed in this same-sex marriage debate. Yet, won't the next step for some gay activists be to ask for legal adoption of children if same-sex marriage is legalized?Same sex couples in this country can already adopt children. Giving same sex couples marriage rights ensure that those children are protected by the same rights and priviledges that opposite sex couples enjoy.
It is almost embarrassing reading this woman's story since she sounds so crazy and frantic. What's funny is that the whole story is footnoted. If you check out the footnotes, it reads like an attendance list at the GOP Convention. The references are from the Family Research Council, Focus on the Family, Exodus International, Worldnet Daily, NARTH, and other wacko Christian groups. There is not one unbiased source (it includes an article written by Maggie Gallagher, the woman who the Bush Administration paid to write about marriage and then she failed to mention that teeny weenie fact). Click here to read more about these groups and what they have to say about gay people in general, it's very sweet.
Strangely enough, there are several references to Catholic Church teachings, and we all know how well the church is all about protecting the children. The Catholic Church has done such a great job protecting children in Boston that Cardinal Law got a promotion from the Late Pope John Paul II. Dioceses all over the country have spent millions of dollars on "protecting" the children.