Culture Driven By Gay Sex And Atheism

 

Sean Penn Shows How To Clean Up Hollywood

Sean Penn Shows How To Clean Up Hollywood

 

 

Last night at the Oscars, if that’s what they are still calling the event, the double-whammy of Penn and Maher, demonstrated that the level of cultural crash in The United States is even more profound than the economic crash.  

It is clear now that the most powerful entertainment vehicle in the world, Hollywood, has gotten so stuck over the last three decades on making sure that the rights of every marginal woe-begotten soul on the planet are represented in their output, that they’ve now progressed to the role of trying to make sure that our culture is driven by splinter groups.

A tiny fraction of the people who make the United States great are either gay or atheist, and yet these two aspects of the culture are now driving the culture.  

Sean Penn and Bill Maher are actively out there, openly, everyday pursuing with all their money, talent and resources, and every conceivable boost from the mainstream media, an agenda designed to to wipe out America’s belief in God and family.

To me, that qualifies them not as cool, or amusing, but as a pieces of dog crap.  And like Clint Eastwood so poignantly expressed in a early 80s film Sudden Impact, when it was still OK to hate jerks, “…a lot can happen to a piece of dog crap. It can dry up and blow away in the wind, it can get stepped on and squashed, or it can get scraped up with a shovel and thrown away, so my advice to you, is to be careful where the dog craps you.”

So currently Maher and Penn have been crapped onto center stage.  And like most of America, you are either holding your nose or trying not to watch.

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