It appears the left has fallen off the cliff and knocked their heads. The Broadcast, a TV show based in Dallas featuring four female hosts were discussing Michael Sam’s kiss to his boyfriend during the NFL draft. When host Amy Kushnir discussed her viewpoint, in which she didn’t agree with the action being shown on television, she was accused of being a racist.
Since when can an American not have a different viewpoint? Why do we all have to “conform” to what the left fancies for the moment?
Well, we don’t and in my opinion, there is too much salacious, sensationalistic sex on television and on the movies. Please don’t tsk tsk me with, “you’re old fashioned,” or “this is 2014, we’ve evolved.” Evolved into what? Sorry folks, that doesn’t fly! Many movies and television shows today portray people having sex within the first five minutes of meeting. Adulterous behavior is considered the norm on some shows, along with having sex with whomever, wherever, whenever.
I’m not anti-sex—I’m simply anti-sensationalism, and I’m against movies and TV shows attempting to portray what I consider abnormal behavior as the norm.
Why do you think America has so many unmarried mothers? Go into any middle school or high school in the U.S. and you might be shocked when you see the way the girls dress and the behavior they display.
So back to Kushnir, why can’t she share her viewpoint without persecution?
My personal opinion is that I don’t want to see homosexuals kissing on TV–but I also don’t want to see heterosexual couples mauling and groping each other in public either!
One of the other hosts on the show commented that several NFL players were fined because they expressed their opinion on homosexual behavior. This, of course, doesn’t fit in with the agenda of the left.
Remember Tim Tebow and all the heckling and abusive comments he received because of his faith? Those individuals weren’t fined with anything; in fact, Tebow-haters were given kudos.
Bottom line, we do not have to agree with what the left says–and being called racist and/or homophobic is so 2008…