Role models weren’t only people from the silver screen, but usually they weren’t gangsters. Today, they’re self proclaimed gangsters. Is it any wonder that the inner cities are teeming with would be murderers, thieves and assailants when that’s what their role models do? Listen to popular gangster rap music and ask yourself whether or not it’s uplifting to the soul. Progressives love gangsterism and it’s surprising because gangster music only discusses how women are nothing but self-propelled semen receptacles.
America accepted the first black (half black is apparently close enough) president as a role model. What sort of role model is Barack Hussein Obama?
In 2008, America elected a president from a broken home whose mother was sympathetic to communists; who as a youngster had formative relationships with a transgender nanny chosen by his mother and a bisexual communist pornographer “mentor” chosen by his grandfather; whose teenage friends were so devoted to drug use that they gave themselves a nickname derived from this habit, and developed their own vernacular related to methods of pot smoking; and whose chums as a young adult were Marxist professors and activists, a liberation theology preacher, and domestic terrorists. (h/t AT)
|Barack Obama at Nelson Mandela’s funeral.|
Today there is a log-jam of American celebrities rushing to the cameras to announce their “alternative lifestyles.” Meanwhile, a TV network knee-jerkingly suspends its most profitable star for merely expressing the biblical moral view of Western history regarding sexual behavior that was still against the law in many American states ten years ago. One wonders whether A&E would fire a homosexual celebrity for saying heterosexuality was distasteful to him. Consider all the feminist academics that pursue acclaim and professional advancement defending the view that heterosexual relations are inherently, “systemically,” oppressive.
Finding a role model in modern American society is easy for women. Watch TV.
- The Housewives of Beverly Hills
- Keeping up with the Kardashians
- The Entertainment Network