By J. Parnell McCarter



In order to maintain "peace", there has been one compromise after another.  Starting with established Protestantism in the American colonial era, we are moving to overt anti-Protestantism.  In between there was the removal of Protestant establishment, the spread of Arminianism and Romanism, the removal of Sabbath laws, the teaching of lies like evolution in public school, removal of laws against contraception and abortion, removal of laws against adultery, removal of laws against sodomy, now we have civil unions of sodomites, next sodomite marriage, and increasingly there will be laws against sodomite "hate speech" (which is overt persecution of Protestants). 


Appeasement will not work.  But here we go again.  Americans now support sodomite civil unions in an effort to appease them.  But they will not be appeased until there are hate speech laws which essentially outlaw Biblical Protestantism.


Below is information about the latest poll of what Americans think about sodomite civil unions.  Only a few years ago such civil unions were regarded as radical, but now most Americans seem to accept them.



Civil unions gain support
By Dennis Cauchon, USA TODAY
A majority of Americans favor legalizing civil unions for gay couples as an alternative to same-sex marriage, according to a new USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll.

  By Lisa Poole, AP

The poll found that 54% support civil unions, which provide some of the legal benefits of marriage, and 42% oppose them. That's a change from July, when respondents opposed civil unions by 57% to 40%.

The latest findings show a public struggling to find a middle ground on gay marriage. The issue has been debated heatedly since the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled in November that gay marriage would become legal in that state on May 17.

In the last month, San Francisco and other local governments have issued thousands of marriage licenses to gay couples in apparent defiance of state laws.

President Bush has endorsed a constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman.

Massachusetts legislators are scheduled Thursday to consider whether to propose amending the state constitution to allow civil unions for gays rather than marriage, a change that could not take effect until at least November 2006.

Public opinion analysts say the fast-moving events are prompting many Americans to consider the issue.

"People may be rethinking whether civil unions are a responsible alternative to gay marriage and all the hullabaloo," says Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press…