Janet Porter: Homosexuals and 'Baby-Killers' Are On The Same Side As The 'Enemies Of God'

How could Porter be a "respectable" religious right figure if she didn't attack the LGBT community in her diatribe?
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One would think that after her huge string of embarrassments, religious right denizen Janet Porter would learn the definition of either "discernment" or "regrouping."

No such luck.

Today, the lovely Ms. Porter raised "holy hell" in response to being dropped by VCY, the Christian station that ran her radio program for her disturbing sojourn in the belief of Dominionism (the belief that Christians are called by God to take everything over), even though she was dismissed a few months ago.

And how could Porter be a "respectable" religious right figure if she didn't attack the LGBT community in her diatribe?

We now have two generations who are lost in the lies of humanism, evolution and homosexuality, facilitated into fornication and abortion, trapped in pornography and devastated by divorce. Congratulations.

If you're still having a hard time discerning what to do, here's a helpful hint: if you find yourself on the same side as the ACLU, homosexual activists, the baby killers and the enemies of God, chances are, you're on the wrong side.

Girlfriend, any side of any battle you are on is the wrong side.

And for the edification of everyone, the following is the infamous "Oh Lord I demand you take the power of the media from the 'unrighteous' and give it to the 'righteous'" prayer that will probably be seen by future generations as the moment Ms. Porter officially "jumped the shark":

Actually I'm not angry with any of Porter's actions. She is a needed commodity in this so-called culture war -- for the LGBT community, that is.

No matter how slick religious right talking points are or how coached their spokespeople are, it's always good to have someone like Porter around to remind us where they really stand.

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