Sen. Larry Craig and the Other Side of the Coin
By: Rev. Bresciani
After Larry Craig pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges, offered apologies and resigned the media circus began. Scoffers, jesters, writers and besters have hopped on board the rollicking happy critics train and left blogger sites have had a revival heretofore unprecedented.
All the hype about Larry Craig’s demise leaves something out. Conspicuously missing is the attention that should have been paid to the appalling habits, the seedy haunts and inconvenient places gays have chosen to further their sleazy activities. But lets not forget that just as the undercover cop who nabbed Larry Craig, may have never expected to nab a U.S. Senator; neither did the gays who frequent the stalls at the airport bathroom. Their preferred targets, victims, would be younger men perhaps even underage. Just like your sons.
The other side of this coin then is “what the hay are gays adding to our public bathrooms, our country and our image to the rest of the world.” The mayor of one Florida town says they are adding nothing at all.
The mayor of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Jim Naugle has had gays in an uproar since his remarks about stepping up security and taking severe steps toward stopping all gay activity in the stalls. Although not all are related to gay activity, the 92 arrests in the college break town have shown that there is a dangerous trend afoot.
With fears of a gay backlash and their refusal to visit the city that rakes in big bucks with gay tourists the Boston Globe, August 31, 2007 said “The visitor’s bureau typically sets aside $350,000 of its $5 million advertising budget for marketing targeted at gays, but earmarked $450,000 this year because it was deemed a growth market. Officials said they may need to spend even more, perhaps dip into a reserve kept in case of a hurricane, to combat Naugle’s comments.”
For some Americans this is hard to imagine. Dipping into a hurricane relief fund to bolster the advertising budget allocated to attract gays to one of our cities? This sounds like something out of “Ripley’s Believe it or Not” or an edict from hell.
For over thirty five years now I have warned that the economy of this country is in danger of a collapse that will make the stock market crash of “29″ look like nothing. I it is hard to understand how an economic crash could chasten or purify anyone until now. It is easier to understand in the light of the Boston article. The best thing that Ft. Lauderdale could have happen to them is that they had no money at all, for anything. Don’t worry that is what is coming.
I am in good company with the Rev David Wilkerson, founder of the Times Square Church in New York who also had a revelation of an impending economic collapse in America. But with or without Wilkerson’s company I now see both the necessity of such demise and the nearness of it. The necessity is based on “if you can’t pay you can’t play” and the nearness is based on “it’s already gone too far.”
It must be noted that neither the Minneapolis Airport bathrooms nor those in Ft. Lauderdale are the problem alone. Public bathrooms across the nation are now one of the favorites of the gay sleaze spots. Why all the attention on a single U.S. Senator and so little for the gay trend? That’s easy to answer as we approach an election year. We are also approaching a year of judgment but few will be aware of that.
To wit; “But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.” Mt 24: 37-39
Rev Bresciani is a Christian author and a columnist for several online sites and magazines. His articles are now read in every country in the world. For articles and news from around the world visit “The Website for Insight” http://www.americanprophet.org
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