Orlando pastor: American veterans are no longer heroes because of single mothers who wear pants
Those celebrating the sweet land of liberty and thankful for soldiers who fought and died to protect American freedom are all wasting their time according to Rev. John Butler Book of Christian Viewpoint Ministry.
“We have a future leadership in our country of young people that have been devoid of that all important ingredient in the home called mother. That male ingredient called father,” Butler Book said in a bright banana-colored suit sitting at a desk.
He devolved into a story about how America was once a respected country after the atomic bomb was dropped on Japan during World War Two. “They were our heroes, today they become heals,” he said of the nation’s veterans. “Why?”
The reason he concluded is because family values aren’t what they once were. “The home has literally been destroyed.”
The Equal Rights Amendment, which never passed the necessary states by the 1982 deadline, enslaved women, according to Butler Book. “They left the home, left their children, left their husbands, divorce rates skyrocketed,” he said. Women then continued the decline of society by listening to “fashion artists,” many of whom “are homosexuals,” and “began to dress like men.” It wasn’t long before lesbianism caught on and became popular.
Instead, Butler Book believes our society should be more like the “Andy Griffith Show,” where Aunt Bea and Andy’s girlfriend were both wearing dresses.
“But you see, we have created an atmosphere of brainwashing and accepted it without any knowledge that we are a part and parcel of the problem because the missing link of the home is more than a prevalent stink in the nation, and that is mom,” he closed.
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