A great piece on “Homophobia” and how Miss California, Carrie Prejean is bein unfairly smeared

Sometimes you read something that makes you want to stand and applaud. This is one of those!

We see this in the controversy stirred by Miss California Carrie Prejean’s dissent against same-sex marriage, which arguably cost her the Miss USA title. However much I sincerely admire beauty, there are few things that interest me less than who wins beauty contests. Yet in the case of Miss Prejean, we see a perfect example of the totalitarian thought-control impulse of modern liberalism, which marginalizes dissent by coercive approval: Disagreement with the liberal agenda disqualifies one from any position of social prestige, and invites the accusation of mala fides.

In the case of the liberal agenda on gay rights, those who disagree are diagnosed with “homophobia,” a mental illness apparently afflicting a majority of the electorate in 30-odd states which have approved measures prohibiting same-sex marriage. Beyond its implausibility as a psychological disorder—conservatism as a species of insanity being a favorite theme of the Left at least since Theodor Adorno’s “scientific” study of The Authoritarian Personality—the problem with the “homophobia” smear is that this allegedly dangerous tendency does not correlate with any actual evil.

BRAVO!! The Other McCain has lots more! 

2 thoughts on “A great piece on “Homophobia” and how Miss California, Carrie Prejean is bein unfairly smeared”

  1. Thanks for posting this. I’ve thought for a long time that “inclusiveness” is actually just an intellectualized version of “scaredy-cat” – “If you won’t come around to our side, you just must be ‘phobic.'” Glad to see that I’m not the only one.

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