My response to the 17 Twin Cities DFL legislators who lashed out at the Vikings

This is my response to the 17 Twin Cities DFL legislators who according to the Pioneer Press “lashed out at the Viking’s owner.” They claim that Chris Kluwe’s punting coach, Mike Priefer, “called for the extermination of homosexuals” by nuking them on an island. Nobody seriously believes Priefer was in a position to call for such use of nuclear weapons, or that he actually did.

Kluwe was supposed to be a professional punter under contract to the Vikings. It was unprofessional of him to be out campaigning to undermine Minnesota’s laws and Constitution, which upset many Minnesotans, including myself. I will be less likely to watch professional sports when I understand they are being seized by distractors who want to stage political events to undermine our nation and our morality.

Obviously this controversy put his coaches, Priefer, and Leslie Frazier, under enormous pressure. Their job is to handle the team without public disputes and to motivate the team to play their best football and to win. This is the core value of football, and pro football is supposed to be the pinnacle of the sport.

While Priefer’s conduct in trying to handle Kluwe was unprofessional, because it exposed the team to greater problems than Kluwe already was, it was Kluwe who hurt the team morale, and further he provided a poor role model for all Minnesotans, including kids, who watched the spectacle. Given this, Priefer’s statement while as he said “way below the bar” had it been a public statement, was a sarcastic way to convey to Kluwe that this distraction to the Vikings was a big deal and he should realize his position and cool it.

Kluwe should have been released. If he remained with the team, he would have kept it up, because he had a homosexual agenda. And the fact that these 17 legislators are toying with the future of the Minnesota Vikings because they have a homosexual agenda, shows that they, and the DFL intend to keep it up too. They see this Viking team as an organizing tool for creating more and more conflict. Kluwe made these allegations not because he believed the statement was atrocious, but in order to win a lawsuit and get money. If he really believed Priefer meant things like this his duty was to quit the team and immediately go public. Did he even go to management with this?

But my objective is not to condemn Kluwe. It's a free country, he did what he did, he was released. I believe Priefer was trying, not with this overstatement, but through a series of talks, together with Frazier, to let Kluwe know what he was doing to his career and to the Vikings, who did not take a position of these political measures.

Further, Kluwe has really harmed, and continues to harm Minnesota. He is being used by homosexual activists, who continuously demonstrate that no American institution is sacred to them, they will just go on destroying American institutions until they get bored. I don’t believe all people trapped in homosexuality support this, but these activists do, and they should stop and think about their solemn duty to all Minnesotans, not just bored homosexuals, or homosexual activists who see an opportunity for them to team up with other identity-politics activists until they can seize power and write the new “side of history.” But they are not writing history, and their chapter in history is underwhelming.

History looks like this: There is a Minnesota Constitution and Article I is the Bill of Rights. In that Bill of Rights there is Sec. 16, entitled Sec. 16. Freedom of conscience; no preference to be given to any religious establishment or mode of worship.

And it reads like this:

“The enumeration of rights in this constitution shall not deny or impair others retained by and inherent in the people. The right of every man to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience shall never be infringed; nor shall any man be compelled to attend, erect or support any place of worship, or to maintain any religious or ecclesiastical ministry, against his consent; nor shall any control of or interference with the rights of conscience be permitted, or any preference be given by law to any religious establishment or mode of worship; but the liberty of conscience hereby secured shall not be so construed as to excuse acts of licentiousness or justify practices inconsistent with the peace or safety of the state, nor shall any money be drawn from the treasury for the benefit of any religious societies or religious or theological seminaries.”

So there’s the history. There are rights retained by and inherent in the people of Minnesota, and these include marriage as it has always been understood, as being between a man and a woman (and our laws indicate that when it gets to be between a man and two women or a woman and two men, or homosexual relations, it does not fit this inherent right of all of us and is grounds for divorce). And because it’s inherent, Mark Dayton, Scott Dibble, Karen Clark, or any other government actors can NEVER take that away from we the people. If Mark Dayton or Al Franken or Betty McCollum want to change it, let them propose a Constitutional Amendment of their own. The one presented by Teresa Collett and religious leaders in 2012 was not necessary. And it doesn’t matter that the statute defining marriage was stripped away by the DFL as soon as they got into office in 2013. These inherent rights remain. That's why they are called inherent.

The DFL MUST GO in the 2014 elections, to protect Minnesota from this kind of continuing homosexual propaganda and undermining, not just of our values, but of our Constitution.
Now back to our Bill of Rights, it states “the liberty of conscience hereby secured shall not be so construed as to excuse acts of licentiousness or justify practices inconsistent with the peace or safety of the state.” That applies here. These 17 legislators, and their Minnesota DFL Party are construing the liberty of conscience which does not require any homosexual or lesbian to join any religion to “excuse acts of licentiousness.” Homosexuality is seen as a perversion that is licentious. And homosexual propagandists are playing with a religious institution of marriage, using the power of the state they gained by majoritarian law-making, in violation of the U.S. and Minnesota Constitutions, to justify such licentiousness as if it receives the blessing of a religion. Violation of our Bill of Rights. If they want to change it, fine, they can try to get Minnesotans to vote to amend the Constitution to permit religion or freedom of conscience to justify licentiousness. It’s also not safe to allow them to adopt children and teach them the same values which are contrary to our Bill of Rights. And I saw Dibble say two alarming things: First, he said while the DFL's bill created new legal liabilities, it did not create any new protections (protections for following your inherent rights under our Constitution); and Second, that if any public school teacher is not willing to teach to all children the rightness of this licentiousness, that is to say, if they will not justify licentiousness, they have to leave the public school system. Both these outrageous statements are on the public record.

As such, Frazier and Priefer, while his joke is clearly not funny, and it would be terrible for anyone to wish this on “homosexuals” as if this is some kind of discrete group which could be rounded up—still they did right by trying to discourage Kluwe’s destructive and unprofessional conduct. I don’t say he’s a bad punter, he is a fine, competent punter, but we cannot destroy football while we destroy the Bill of Rights just because Chris Kluwe suddenly wants to become a celebrity by getting involved in some big controversy.

I just don’t see any other way out of this mess the DFL has got us into than to vote them out in 2014 and restore the Minnesota Constitution. They obviously don’t have anybody up there in the Capitol who will follow it. I mean no harm toward any homosexual or lesbian, and I would not want to violate or threaten any actual civil rights they have (I don’t view “coupling” as some kind of civil right they are denied). But we can’t allow them to use football, the public schools, the army, the government or the courts to batter down our Bill of Rights here in Minnesota or in Washington, the 1st Amendment free exercise clause. And actually, they are trying to establish their own state religion in violation of the establishment clause as well. Because they won’t leave sports alone, marriage alone, or the Constitution alone, all liberties this nation is founded on, I urge you to reject Kluwe’s homosexual propaganda and vote out the DFL from the Legislature and governor position on August 12, 2014 and again on November 4, 2014.