'Rick Santorum vindicated'

Rick Santorum is vindicated, ust as we knew he would be. When I say 'we' I mean anyone with common sense, of course.

It's obvious that the whole "Hegelian dialectic" is at work here, with extreme ideas being introduced, and the public being purposely desensitized by the ensuing ''debate'' over some radical new social innovation.

The "sexual revolution'' was just that, a revolution, an overturning of the established moral and social order. At first it was just ''whatever a consenting adult male and female couple choose to do, behind closed doors" should be acceptable to all 'sophisticated people'. And nobody wanted to be unsophisticated; nobody wanted to be a prude or an old fogy. Nobody wanted to be judgmental. So we accepted premarital and extramarital sex among adults. Sexual morality loosened, and sex was becoming much more explicit in our movies and TV shows, and in the real world.

Soon the "psychology community'' was working towards destigmatizing homosexuality, by removing it from the manual of psychiatric illnesses or 'disorders.'

A few decades later, we have homosexual ''marriage'', known as 'marriage equality.' Oh, it's so clever the way the left comes up with these benign and positive-sounding phrases. Nobody wants to deny 'marriage equality' to anyone, right? Who could be against equality? We've made a fetish of it since the Civil Rights Revolution. All men and women are created equal and all that.

On and on it goes. When Rick Santorum made his predictions about how the left would not stop at homosexual rights, but would go on to normalizing more perversions, the left jeered, and so did the liberals on the Republican side. But it was obvious he was right. Those who scoffed owe him an apology.
But it's cold comfort being ''right'' about something so disastrous, morally and socially.