Democratic Party time: Liberal celebration of immoral diversity

The Democratic Party attracts these types of avid and competent voters.

This week big wheel and head cheese Democrats will be meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina to hold their presidential national convention. During this four day period (starting Tuesday)  it is expected that they will nominate their unconstitutional (non natural born citizen) White House scandal ridden and corrupted occupier, along with their gaffe guru as vice presidential nominee.

This celebrating convention is expected to trot out America’s immoral diversity by highlighting liberals’ support of homosexuality, partial birth abortion, and abortion genocide. No doubt there will be present at this national embarrassment, the hate mongering likes of Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton, race baiters. And, guess who will be covering this whole sordid 4 day affair? None other than the angry and paranoid liberal media. They will be out in force with some of the worse of that media; Chris Matthews, and his fellow MSNBC crew, to support (by their cheerleading efforts and news propaganda) this political convention which is expected to be a gathering of rabid personalities (led by their community organizing Teleprompter-speaking leader) hell bent on dividing America with its political correctness and multicultural goals.

This web author does not look forward to this Democratic liberal charade of America’s patriotic and traditional values. Frankly there will be few genuine traditional and conservative values, that will be on display.  The values, (rather)  that will be fomented by this Democratic convention, will be jaded values; as those values will be based upon the liberal sacraments of political correctness  and multiculturalism. 

Finally, mark this web author’s words:  What you will witness at this Charlotte, North Carolina DNC Convention will be the fiddling of American extremism.

A well-know Conservative (Dr. Michael Savage) has proclaimed for years about the supreme importance of America retaining its own borders, language and culture. Now, granted, America has been a “melting pot” of various foreign influences as it is a nation of immigrants. But that in no way should preclude her from certain prevailing, consistent and enduring standards. Sadly, though, the Democratic National Convention (if you have ears to hear and eyes to behold) will, essentially celebrate (immoral) extremism.  If you will, but look carefully, you will witness these extremist Utopians worship their odious sacraments of political correctness and multiculturalism.  These Democratic Party people will be playing to their hard core elements of environmentalism and whatever anti patriotic and traditional to America element, there is to be found and grasped.


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Nathan M. Bickel


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16 thoughts on “Democratic Party time: Liberal celebration of immoral diversity

  1. akathesob says:

    LMAO! It is funny but not when you understand just how bad it is.

    1. Karl –

      I’ll agree with you. When one thinks of these rabid lib Dems hosting their extremist convention every 4 years; one has to pump himself up with some sick humor to bear it all! A lib reading your and my comment cannot conceive of what we are saying. They don’t have a clue because they are bound and tethered to their myopic extremism of political correctness and multiculturalism!

      1. akathesob says:

        Could not have said it better.

  2. Andrew Jagow says:

    I read the article, as suggested (over at Christian Post) and I am still confused about what connection you are making between immorality and diversity (or between “extremism” and immigration, multiculturalism). As a teacher of the Bible, I have not heard that before.

    1. Andrew Jagow –

      First of all: Thank you for your comment. And, thank you for visiting

      As to your comment:

      If my recall serves me correctly, you are referring to some comment I registered last night on the Christian Post. Since that site has a facility that does not apparently allow substansiating links as evidence for one’s comments – even though the link is authored by the one commenting, I left a title to one of my links and encouraged anyone to Google the title. Apparently, you did, just that.

      I would like to answer your question; but, you left me no link and I’m very busy today and don’t have the time to go looking up a past Internet article comment of mine.

      Furthermore, I am unsure what you are saying. Your comment seems to be, somewhat ambiguous. Please convey your point. Are you taking exception to what I stated at the Christian Post?

      But, be that as it may; since you mention some familiar specific words in you comment; I will leave you with 2 links. Perhaps, after reading these two pages; that may assist you in understanding where I am coming from:

      I view the following, as “extremist” positions and practices. And, I have defined them on the site


      Political Correctness

      I hope that the two aforementioned informational links help clear up any misunderstanding you may have encountered with my Christian Post comment (s).

  3. Andrew Jagow says:

    Thank you, Nathan. Yes, your articles did clear up the misunderstanding. If I read correctly, you object to a multiculturalism that makes everyone’s morals relative in a world where there is no objective reality. I agree with that. I’ve just never seen the word “immoral” put next to “diversity.”

    Why do I care? Because I find diversity and multiculturalism a moral ideal to strive for in my ministry context. I am the pastor of a church in Virginia that has an intentional outreach to African immigrants in our community. I love our neighborhood and the school where my children attend, where it is like a gathering of people from many nations. I love it when our church looks like that neighborhood on Sunday morning, because it is a vision of heaven. In Revelation 7, when we will be gathered “from every tribe, language and race.” Does striving for that diversity mean we compromise the Biblical morals we have? No, indeed. It is the message of the Bible that is causing this meeting of nations to begin with.

    I pray you will continue to speak the truth, but to speak the truth in love. Without love, we are just a clanging gong and a clashing symbol. Our great country is filled with ordinary people like us who may disagree, but those who are Christian need to model Christ’s love, first of all. An adage from my seminary days: “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.”

    Shalom, brother.

    1. Pastor Jagnow –

      Thank you again for commenting on I’m glad that my reply and links helped clear up what may have appeared to you as a discrepancy of character on my part.

      I cannot disagree with your comment here. You offer a good perspective. I did not intend to have anyone think that I was against ethnic and cultural diversity. The diversity with which I intended to take exception [with] is that diversity which makes a mockery of the God-ordained and Biblical standard going back to the beginning – “…..and He created them; male and female…..” [Genesis] Unfortunately, in our American society this secularistic (and humanistic) diversity which is contrary to the divine revelation of the Scriptures is, worshiped. Look what the liberal Democrats just did with their political party platform. They removed the word “God” from it. They also slighted the state of Israel.

      Furthermore, you hit upon one of my favorite passages of Scripture – that there will be in heaven human souls from “every kindred and nation.” [Revelation] I’m always thrilled when I check my statistics and witness the evidence of global access to “The Christian Message” website the good Lord has granted me to steward. I never dreamed that when I left a small country parish that I would have a forum so expansive! To God be the glory!

      Finally, you refer to the Scripture verse: “speaking the truth in love.” [Ephesians 4:15] I maintain that, that Scripture must be taken in its Chapter 4 context and also the context of Romans 12, regarding God’s spiritual gifts to His people. Also, it must be kept in mind that “love” is not something of an emotional “feel good” quality or quantity. This “love” must always be tempered with the divine revelation truth, as it is explained in 1 Corinthians 13:

      “Rejoices not in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth;….” [1 Corinthians 13:6]

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