Incidentally, if you were also feeling a bit rainbowed out — and it has only been days so far — then check out this post on Sons of Liberty. It will certainly remind you that you are not alone in your feeling of overwhelming rainbow fanaticism — rainbowphilia.
It’s a list of businesses or organizations going gaga over the gay flag and same-sex cause. The list of examples is excruciatingly painful and incestuous in pandering to this sociosexual political agenda. And maybe it is just the beginning too.
But at the very same time we learned that a rebel flag harkening back to the confederate history is far too controversial, polarizing and racist to even display. So there was a frenzy to ban it and a competition who could be first to throw it under the bus. Even NASCAR has gotten in the fray by banning it.
The problem it seems is that anyone waving it, using it or endorsing it in any way is now de facto racist. If that were not bad enough, reports say two flag companies announced they would stop making it, and stores will stop selling it. If you are looking for hash brownies or pot granola you might have some luck, but some things are considered too rage inducing to make anymore.
And then when you see the Left buried neck-deep in both issues it sort of lights your hair on fire. On one hand anything related to the flag is racist. While on the other, the rainbow flag is the greatest thing. Should that mean that anyone endorsing the rainbow flag is gay? Under and by the Left’s orthodoxy you would think so.
But no, everyone is suppose to embrace the rainbow LGBTQ flag, to be hip. That goes for businesses too. See the list, including the American Airlines picture. Even in this very WordPress program there was a rainbow banner installed on the edit page. I checked and Google had similar links to pro-LGBT pages celebrating their euphoric sexuality of the community. It obviously is not meant to be a personal statement but a gesture to identify with a broader culture.
No such allowance or tolerance should be made for the Confederate flag and those who rally around it. In that case: demonize it along with the people who associate themselves with it. Want an example? Reports condemn people who overlay the American Flag on their profile, after a successful campaign for people to put rainbow filters on FB profiles.
As that article points out about this fast-and-furious flurry of rainbow activity, does it all appear a little contrived, especially the White House lighting project? Was this roll out sporadic? It all shows how disingenuous the left is on anything. It’s all about the political cause. If it benefits that, great, but if not it is the problem. Now a sexual cause too.
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