Friday, March 25, 2011

Christianophobic San Francisco losing families and youth

Several years ago, back in 2006, some 25,000 Christian teens converged on San Francisco as part of the Battle Cry rally, to rally against what they referred to as pop culture's terrorism against virtue.  San Francisco supervisors responded by passing a resolution warning that these young Christian teens would have a negative effect on the community.  Democratic Assemblyman Mark Leno was quoted as having said that the Christian youths were, "loud, they're obnoxious, they're disgusting, and they should get out of San Francisco."

The same city supervisors, pillars of tolerance that they are, issued a resolution that same year calling a 2003 Vatican document that addressed same-sex unions and "gay" adoptions as "hateful and discriminatory rhetoric that...shows a level of insensitivity and ignorance which has seldom been encountered by this Board of Supervisors."

Apparently referring to Christian youths as "obnoxious" and "disgusting" while telling them that they should leave San Francisco was not seen by the Board of Supervisors as hateful, insensitive or ignorant.  But it would appear that San Francisco's Christianophobia and intolerance toward what Dan Quayle referred to simply as "family values," is bearing fruit.  Families are abandoning the City by the Bay.  And this although city officials have been trying desperately to counter the family-flight trend.  See here.

San Francisco is not family-friendly.  And Christian families are not very likely to feel welcome in a city which views Christian youth as "obnoxious" and "disgusting" and moral opposition toward homosexuality as "insensitivity and ignorance."

1 comment:

jac said...

Sure Frisco has become the world's gay capital city.
God said he wouldn't destroy Sodome if only there was at least one righteous man in that place.
How many are they in St Francis town today?
Poor St Francis, how much is he ashamed to have given his name to the new Sodome despite all his prayers?

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