HE WAS BORN AND BURIED AS JOSHUA ALCORN. THE MENTALLY ILL TEEN CALLED HIMSELF LEELAH. A**HOLE OBAMA NATURALLY WOULD GO WITH LEELAH.
In a move aimed directly at Christian conservatives, the gay man from Kenya who is allegedly the president of the United States has called for an end to a technique that may very well cure people of that mental sickness called homosexuality.
Gay conversion therapy, as it’s called, probably won’t turn every faggot undergoing such therapy into a flaming, woman-chasing, heterosexual, but it may help some and even cure a few.
That’s why it MUST be outlawed as part of the gay agenda in America. It just wouldn’t do to spoil the narrative that gays are born that way.
In a free country, gay conversion therapy, which is just talk, would never be outlawed. But the pretense that America is a free country is just that, a pretense.
If Christians are starting to feel like a persecuted minority, I can’s say as I blame you. The goal is clear. Exterminate Christianity by any means necessary. Softly in the beginning, but getting harsher and uglier every day.
Christians have a choice as to which Christ they decide to follow. The soft, meek Jesus that liberal churches preach or the manly, angry Jesus who was tough as nails. I vote for the latter.
New York Times
President Obama is calling for an end to such therapies aimed at “repairing” gay, lesbian and transgender youth. His decision on the issue is the latest example of his continuing embrace of gay rights.
In a statement that was posted on Wednesday evening alongside a WhiteHouse.gov petition begun in honor of Ms. Alcorn, Mr. Obama condemned the practice, sometimes called “conversion” or “reparative” therapy, which is supported by some socially conservative organizations and religious doctors.
The petition has received more than 120,000 signatures in three months.
“We share your concern about its potentially devastating effects on the lives of transgender as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual and queer youth,” the statement, written by Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser to Mr. Obama, says. “As part of our dedication to protecting America’s youth, this administration supports efforts to ban the use of conversion therapy for minors.”
In an interview on Wednesday, Ms. Jarrett said Mr. Obama had been moved by the story of Ms. Alcorn’s suicide. But she said the problem went far beyond Ms. Alcorn.
“It was tragic, but I will tell you, unfortunately, she has a lot of company,” Ms. Jarrett said. “It’s not the story of one young person. It is the story of countless young people who have been subjected to this.”
Mr. Obama will not explicitly call for a federal law banning therapists from using such therapies on their patients, but he is open to conversations with lawmakers in both parties, White House officials said on Wednesday. Instead, he will throw his support behind the efforts to ban the practice at the state level.