Monica Cole, the one mom at One Million Moms (Twitter count: 4,137), is taking out her rage on a commercial for Credit Karma because it features two dads talking about their credit score for all of… five seconds.
There’s nothing in that short ad that suggests anything beyond gay people exist… and yet Cole sees this as an attempt to “normalize sin.”
Credit Karma should be ashamed of their latest commercial’s attempt to normalize sin by featuring two men together. Promoting same sex relationships has nothing to do with marketing their product. Yet Credit Karma wants to make it clear where they stand on this controversial topic, instead of remaining neutral in the culture war. One Million Moms continues to stand up for biblical truth, which is very clear in Romans 1:26-27 about this particular type of sexual perversion.
There is concern about the way this advertisement is pushing the LGBTQ agenda, but an even greater concern is that the commercial is airing when children are likely to be watching television. To make matters worse, this advertisement has aired during family viewing time. This particular ad has also aired during football games and even on Nick Jr. during the day.
I’ve seen plenty of similar commercials with a husband and wife and I never saw it as promoting straightness. But Cole can’t see a gay couple without assuming there’s some larger agenda at work. (By her standards, how could Credit Karma remain “neutral” anyway?) She and her conservative Christian colleagues at the American Family Association are completely brainwashed into believing there’s something inherently wrong with LGBTQ people.
Cole cites Romans 1:27, which says “Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.” What’s that penalty? Cole doesn’t say it, but she’s apparently fine with executing men who have sex with other men. That’s what Christianity taught her — to the point where seeing a gay couple immediately leads her to imagine them having sex, which she thinks should result in the death penalty.
Someone make this make sense to me.