Marco Rubio Isn't Any More Hateful Toward LGBT Than The Dictionary...
If you don't follow lock-step with the PC agenda of the day, you're a hater. That's the narrative today. Learn it. Understand it. Take Marko Rubio for instance. He’s being criticized by the left now, for saying.
“We are at the water’s edge of the argument that mainstream Christian teaching is hate speech. Because today we’ve reached the point in our society where if you do not support same-sex marriage, you are labeled a homophobe and a hater.”
The paraphrased leftist response: “Duh! Opposing anything gay, anything at all, is hate speech (unless you’re Muslim of course)” You know, Marco Rubio is just trying to play with our minds. Change our perception on the issue. Make us think that the long accepted and largely unquestioned current LGBT narrative is incorrect. He's fighting – in his own subtle way– against the current war on language.
You see, our liberal friends think they can just redefine everything, and makes us play by their dictionary. But I’ll make a bet. Pull out your dictionary—not the internet ones—the book. You, know that dusty contraption you haven't touched since Clinton's first term? Any dictionary should do just as long as it’s about… I don’t know… five, ten years old. Now look up marriage. What's it say?
So, you know…maybe Rubio isn't some ignorant hate-speaker afterall. Maybe he just owns a slightly older dictionary. One where marriage used to be defined as between a man and a woman. Shocking, I know. Now you may disagree with it, and that's fine! Let's have a discussion about it. But everyone has to acknowledge that this redefinition of marriage is relatively new. The whole world didn't just become hateful bigots overnight, despite what the left is peddling.
Let’s sum it up: A couple years ago, it wasn’t hate speech. But now it is. How in the hell is that possible?
It's simple: your dictionary is guilty of hate speech.