When I Am President

When I Am President

When I Am President

An era of
aggressive homosexualist policies is the future for
the United States, promises Democratic presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton, brashly saying when, not if, she becomes
President in 2009.

Hillary Clinton, former First Lady and junior Senator from New
York, released a statement for "Gay and Lesbian Pride Month" in
which she told homosexual activists that the victories for the
homosexual agenda obtained by Congressional Democrats and others
in the past year are only shades of things to come. Among these
are the demise of the ‘Federal Marriage Amendment’,
which she called "divisive and discriminatory," the
implementation of civil unions legislation in New Jersey and New
Hampshire, and the imminent passage of hate crimes legislation,
which President Bush has promised to veto, out of concerns for
its implications for religious liberty.

"I’m running for president to replace the divisive
leadership of the past six years," said the former First Lady and
junior Senator from New York. "America deserves a President who
appeals to the best in each of us, not the worst; a President who
values and respects all Americans, gay and straight, a President
who treats all Americans equally no matter who they are or who
they love."

"For six long years, the Bush Administration has only seen the
families that matter to them. It’s been a government of the
few, by the few, and for the few," Clinton continued. "But when I
take office in January 2009, we’ll finally be able to
define success by more than the bigotry we stopped and the bad
decisions we prevented. America will finally have a President who
moves this country forward."

"She is calling anyone, specifically the President, but anyone
else like the President who doesn’t embrace her brand of
moral relativism, a bigot," said Matt Barber, Concerned Women for
America’s Policy Director for Cultural Issues to
LifeSiteNews.com. "If the dynamics were such that we had Hillary
Clinton in the oval office and a liberal controlled congress then
I think there is no doubt … that she will essentially
remove any barrier to protection between first amendment freedoms
and the radical homosexual agenda."

Clinton promised a broad expansion of federal hate crimes
laws, the ‘Employment Non-Discrimination Act’ (ENDA),
and the end of the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t
Tell’ policy in the military. Barber explained ENDA and the
hate crimes legislation are imperatives of the homosexual agenda
that "set the table for religious persecution and puts us on a
slippery slope to silence any opposition to homosexual lifestyle
that is rooted in sincerely held religious beliefs."

Clinton has positioned herself as the de facto leader of
homosexual activists in the United States when she told the
homosexual activist group, Human Rights Campaign (HRC), "I am
proud to stand by your side" and spoke enthusiastically of the
"agenda we are pursuing."