Let divines and philosophers, statesmen and patriots, unite their endeavours to renovate the age, by impressing the minds of men with the importance of educating their little boys and girls, of inculcating in the minds of youth the fear and love of the Deity…in short of leading them in the study and practice of the exalted virtues of the Christian system. — Samuel Adams

GOP Funds House Race of Leftist Homosexual ‘Republican’

October 16, 2012   ·   By   ·   13 Comments

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Richard Tisei (Photo credit: Richard R. Tisei)

Richard Tisei (Photo credit: Richard R. Tisei)

True conservatives have more than a handful in fighting both Democrats and “Republicans in Name Only” (RINOs) at the federal, state and local levels.  It is a shame that we have to fight our own party to keep our Constitutional, Representative Republic from being completely removed from life support by political death panels of both parties.

Brian Camenker of the pro-family organization, MassResistance, has given us a sickening report on the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) throwing a huge amount of money into the campaign of an openly homosexual leftist in Massachusetts who is running as a Republican for Congress.

As Brian reported on Sunday,

The Republican establishment in Washington is pouring enormous amounts of money—over a million dollars—into Massachusetts to elect an aggressive, anti-family homosexual activist to Congress.

In Massachusetts, Richard Tisei is known as an openly “gay” liberal Republican politician who ran for Lt. Governor in 2010. Prior to that as a State Senator, among other things he worked to successfully block the people’s right to vote on the Marriage Amendment.

Tisei is the only Republican Congressional candidate in Massachusetts to receive such support from the national Republican Congressional campaign!

Brian goes on to write that Tisei is one of the “Young Guns” of the NRCC, just as Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy were.  The glaring problem is that Richard Tisei’s politics are in no way conservative.

In the Massachusetts State Senate, Tisei fought against bills to lower taxes.  He is a strong supporter of abortion.  He voted to expand the “buffer zone” around abortion clinics.  He supported the “emergency contraception” bill that would have forced Christians to go against their religious faith.  Mitt Romney vetoed that bad legislation.  Tisei is a hardcore supporter of homosexual “marriage” and the entire radical homosexual agenda.  He was the only “Republican” to vote for the anti-Christian, anti-freedom “Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes” bill which passed into law in 2011.  It mandates that businesses, schools and government accept cross-dressing and “transsexual” deviants as employees, or face penalties.

He also supports pushing the radical homosexual agenda on public school kids, by using taxpayer money to implement “anti-bullying” programs, which are nothing more than pro-homosexual propaganda campaigns aimed at our school kids.

Tisei’s voting record reflects a split political personality in which he voted with the Democrats as much as he voted with the Republicans.  He has no problem supporting Nancy Pelosi, as Brian quoted Tisei from a National Public Radio (NPR) interview:

“When Gov. Romney was here, I voted with him half the time, and I voted against him half the time. … I have no problem working with Nancy Pelosi. Just because she’s in the opposition, I’m not gonna poke her in the eye.”

He has “no problem” working with the wretched, anti-Constitutionalist Nancy Pelosi.  That’s just great.  With “Republicans” like Tisei, who needs Democrats?

Tisei is another liberal who ignorantly equates interracial marriage with same-sex “marriage,” which is a stunning insult to the true civil rights movement, because interracial marriage has always been about real marriage between a man and a woman, whereas there is no such thing—and never will be any such thing—as a homosexual “marriage” union.

Regarding homosexual “marriage,” Tisei told NPR,

“I look at this as more in a historical perspective. This is the same situation that popped up with interracial marriage in 1948 in California; a very controversial court decision there and California became the first state to legalize interracial marriage. It took a while for the rest of the country to catch up. State by state you saw a change, until finally the Supreme Court some 20-something years later with a decision that banning interracial marriage in the United States was unconstitutional.

“I kind of look at this situation we’re on as pretty much on the same track…I think you need both the legislature. . . AND you need the courts. This isn’t going to happen overnight, but look at the progress that’s been made already since Massachusetts became the first state in the country to legalize gay marriage.”

America is on the road to destruction on a number of fronts, and those who see nothing wrong with our government leaders embracing the radical homosexual agenda are blindly walking into tyranny.  Do you think that’s an exaggeration?  Many people simply do not understand the true goals of the militant homosexual movement.  Many people do not see past the surface rhetoric of homosexuals only wanting “marriage equality” or the same “rights” as everyone else.

Homosexuals already have the same rights as everyone else—the same rights to normal marriage and equal protection under the law (well, in truth they have more than equal protection with the devilish “hate crimes” laws that are in place).  This is not about expanding “rights” for homosexuals.  This is about stealing the rights of the vast majority of Americans who oppose the mainstreaming of this immoral, unnatural and unhealthy behavior.

This is about destroying the meaning of marriage and family, the bedrock of society.  This is about silencing voices that tell the truth about homosexuality and speak up for morally sound policies.  This is about tearing down our God-given freedoms of speech, expression, association and religion.  At its core, the radical homosexual movement is about tyranny.

The militant homosexual movement is well on its way to capturing the minds and hearts of many young people in the United States.  Public schools are indoctrination centers for homosexual recruiting and propaganda, and politicians like Richard Tisei are instrumental in shamefully pushing this diabolical agenda on our nation’s children.

It is despicable that the NRCC would spend money on the campaign of a “proud” degenerate who does not represent conservatism or family values.  Of course, we know that the Republican establishment is not conservative, but now it is no longer even pretending to be.

Clearly anyone who holds to conservative values should not give a dime to the NRCC or any of its affiliate political action committees.  Brian Camenker also makes this point in his piece as he urges us to contact the NRCC:

We think it would be useful to contact the Republican National Congressional Committee either by phone or email and let them know why you will never give them a penny. We believe it’s very important for them to hear that from a lot of angry people.

Beyond that, give generously to individual CANDIDATES. But don’t give any money the Republican Party or PACs connected with them. This is a widespread problem, trust us.

To get the full story on Richard Tisei and his history of radical homosexual activism, please take few moments to read Brian Camenker’s entire piece.  Also, consider supporting Brian and MassResistance in their valuable pro-family work and in their costly defense against the malicious lawsuit attacks by militant homosexuals.

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  • thisoldspouse

    I can’t help but think this is the state and mindset that Romney comes from.

    • WXRGina

      Oh, it is. Brian Camenker makes basically the same point in his piece, linked above. Romney would not likely pull back any of the “gains” the homosexual movement has made under Obama, and he would probably leave in place many homosexuals appointed by Obama.

      John Boehner also held a fund raiser for Tisei.

      • thisoldspouse

        And John Cornyn from Texas speaks supportively at a homosexual “Republican” group’s fundraiser.

    • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

      I concur.

  • JohnAngel915

    Fav quote from this report: “With Rinos Like Tisei, who needs Dimocrats?”. Along with my guns & religion, I cling to the notion that the groundswell of the Tea Party Nation will (eventually) sweep all liberals from the GOP. “Moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue”. Barry Goldwater, 1964 AD.

    • thisoldspouse

      I hope you’re right. But much of the TEA Party movement has no apparent interest in “social issues” from what I’ve observed. Unless these Tea Partiers wake up to the fact that conservatism is an indivisible WHOLE, they are part of the problem.

      • JohnAngel915

        Thisoldspouse: One example of the T-Party taking up a social issue was the MASSIVE Nat’l Chick-Fil-a demonstration. I think they do embrace conservatism as a whole. I see their biggest problem is their lack of connectivity, or communication among the many different groups. I do like it that it’s “the people”, and not one leader format that it is at this time. If there’s a George Washington that comes riding up to unite all the groups under one umbrella, fine. As for having another D/C inside the beltway leader to take the reins of the T/party, then “no thanks”.

  • David

    Hey Gina,
    Thanks for this post and your voice!
    My friends and I haven’t given a dime the GOP since they threw Palin under the bus. These North East “Republicans are hard core immoral reprobates who hide behind “fiscal conservatism”. Check out Linda McMahon who is running Rep in the CT. Senate race. She is a typical hard core RINO who the super progressives up here are calling… a radical supporter of the “Right wing” agenda.

    All are bowing down to the radical homosexual agenda in fear from the Government, the media’s slander, bully and hate crime laws. Being a true conservative let alone a “Bible believer” is paralleled to being Jews in Nazi Germany in the 30’s up here in the NE.

    God speed my sister!



    • WXRGina

      Good grief, David! Linda McMahon is against homo-”marriage,” and now she’s for it? She’s against abortion, but now she’s for it?! What a loser!

      I can’t imagine living in an ultra-nutty liberal state!

      Bless your heart, David. Hang tough!

      • david

        Gina, That’s how we Yankees roll up here lol! God help us.

  • retiredday

    When Chelene Nightingale was the Constitution Party candidate for Governor of California in the last election cycle, she said it was a mistake to get bogged down in specific social issues because voters can be so focused on their pet single-issue that voting blocks become fractionalized, if that’s a word. Her mantra was, “We the People” and her goal was a constitutionally united government that represented the will of the people. What I see coming from both Republicans and Democrats are issue-driven campaigns that lack either under-girding principles or over-arching vision. The voters are being broken up into smaller and smaller special interest groups. There is no ‘We the People’. There is no ‘E Pluribus Unum’. “All we like sheep have gone astray.”

    • WXRGina

      Right, Mike.

      But, there can be no uniting with evil-that’s a statement about worldview, all of it, not single-issue isolation, because there are many issues, and they all add up to worldview; Camp A or Camp B.

      • retiredday

        I understand that. And you and I are in the same camp. What I mean is that by seeking the “gay” vote, the Republicans are turning their backs on morally conservative voters. Rather than seeking the votes of the mainstream majority, they are attempting to cobble together a hodge podge of single-issue groups, solely for the purpose of maintaining political power… just like the Democrats. It was back during “W”s first term that I realized the Republicans no longer represent me. Sure, Romney isn’t as bad as what’s-his-name. But he and his Republican machine don’t share my worldview, nor do they give me any hope of even moving in the direction of my worldview. Call me crazy. Call me a rebel. But I won’t betray my worldview in order to support their power politics. I’m voting for the Constitution Party candidate: Virgil Goode.

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