Good for her. She dared to say what I feel most Americans (including myself) agree with, but are afraid to say in public due to liberal terrorism:
Palin: But you are talking about, I think, a value here, what my position is on homosexuality and can you pray it away 'cause I think that was the title that was listed in that bulletin. And, you know, I don't know what prayers are worthy of being prayed. And I don't know what prayers are gonna be answered or not answered. But as for homosexuality, I am not going to judge Americans and the decisions that they make in their adult personal relationships.Christians understand that JUDGING people is wrong and should be left to God, speaking your OPINION however, is an entirely different matter. Homosexuals need the "born this way" argument to rationalize their immoral behavior. As liberals continue to normalize homosexual behavior and indoctrinate it in our schools, churches and institutions such as marriage, more Christians need to do like Palin and speak out against this practice.
I have, one of my absolute best friends for the last 30 years who happens to be gay. And I love her dearly. And she is not my "gay friend." She is one of my best friends who happens to have made a choice that isn't a choice that I have made. But I am not gonna judge people. And I love America where we are more tolerant than other countries are. And are more accepting of some of these choices that sometimes people want to believe reflects solely on an individual's values or not. Homosexuality, I am not gonna judge people.