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By Coach Dave Daubenmire
June 21, 2012

WARNING: PICTURE MAY BE OFFENSIVE. Click here to see the picture that Facebook removed and banned from view.

I am not big on "social media" although I do have a Facebook page. In fact, I am not very computer savvy but I am handy enough to float around.

I am always amazed at the power of the internet. After I post one of these commentaries online it is not at all unusual for me to hear from readers literally from around the world. I grant almost all my "friend" requests on Facebook and as a result I am in regular contact with "friends" I have never actually met.

The world is getting smaller and smaller

Two weeks ago I wrote about our "Living Waters" project and our planned trip to the "Gay Pride Parade" in Columbus, Ohio. A small band of committed warriors followed through on our project last Saturday and, as usual, it was an eye opening experience. We were able to hand out nearly 2000 bottles of water that were specially made as Bible tracts in an attempt to help lead some of the lost into the Light.

This week's commentary is going to be short. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. I’ll provide pictures at the end for the curious.

There is no nudity in the picture. It is a photo taken by my buddy Dennis of two men simulating oral sex. I posted it on my Facebook page Saturday evening to enable folks the opportunity to get a real "flavor" of what it is the sodomites are proud of. By Sunday morning the editors at Facebook removed the picture with a warning to me that the "offensive picture" was in violation of their decency standards.

Unfortunately, the city of Columbus, Ohio has no such decency standards. The picture was taken as the men 'staged' their in-your-face flaunting of their right to be deviant. It was done in full view of the police officers who lined the parade route, and it was done with the hoots-and-hollers of those enablers who gave up their Saturday afternoon to "affirm” this unique expression of love.

I have a few questions that still get stuck in my craw.

If it is too vulgar to post on Facebook why is it permitted on a public street in Columbus? If it is permitted on a public street, in front of children no less, why can it not be posted on Facebook?

Most of the Police officers still have a sense of right and wrong and they do not like being mocked. I sauntered up beside one of the men in blue as another topless female passed by me on the street "Officer, walking bare-breasted on a public street in front of children can not be legal in Columbus."

"It's not." He growled. "But we have been told not to enforce the nudity violations."

I wonder if that directive came from Columbus' recently-named first-ever openly lesbian police chief.

The sodomites play by a different set of rules. They know that the City governments are intimidated by them. They know the churches are scared of them. All they have to do is yell “hate.”

I wonder if the police would have looked the other way if this simulated-sodomy had been performed at a Memorial Day Parade. Could you do that on the street in downtown Columbus on any other day of the year? Could you do it in your cul-de-sac?

A recent story in Columbus provides a great backdrop to the point I am trying to make. It seems that Ohio State football player Jake Stoneburner was recently arrested for peeing against a building following a day at The Memorial Golf Tournament played in Columbus. It seems that Jake had a full bladder and chose to empty it the way we often do it out here in Buckeye Country.

It was 2:00 am on a Sunday morning, a block from his childhood home in a neighborhood where he still lives, in the dark, doing all he could to shield his private parts from anyone who might notice.

The cops noticed. He was arrested and is currently suspended from playing his senior year at Ohio State. He made a mistake. He should have held his water and he could have discharged it at the Gay Parade as the cops, and those who rooted for the Buckeyes, cheered him on.

Enjoy the photos. Check out the pictures of some of the churches who marched in the parade in support of the homos; Look at the shots of cross-dressers who reveled in their debauchery; Weep at how young the marchers are...fruit of the government schools and the promotion of sin, as well as the young children who were dragged to this "celebration of diversity" by their morally-negligent parents.

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Corporate sponsors fell all over themselves providing floats and marchers to honor the diversity of their workforce. I will be sending the picture of pretend-sodomy to my local bank as an explanation for why I am moving my funds.

There were a few street-preachers there, but, for the most part, not many of us were speaking out against sin. Jesus was not represented at the parade.

Take a look at the pictures. They are more sad than vulgar.

I'll save my breath this week. A picture is worth a thousand words. Thanks to all of you who contributed to our project.

One +One = love. At least that is what the sign said. Lust is not love.

They are coming for your grand kids…time to wake up and fight back

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Coach Dave Daubenmire, founder and President of Pass The Salt Ministries and Minutemen United, is host of the high octane Pass The Salt radio show heard in Columbus, Ohio.

In 1999 Coach Daubenmire was sued by the ACLU for praying with his teams while coaching high school in Ohio. He now spends his energy fighting for Christian principles in the public domain.

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I am always amazed at the power of the internet. After I post one of these commentaries online it is not at all unusual for me to hear from readers literally from around the world. I grant almost all my "friend" requests on Facebook and as a result I am in regular contact with "friends" I have never actually met.