Gay USA, Here Come the Flags




Mr. Obama is very effective and committed when he wants to be for those causes he thinks merit his attention. Iraq can’t pull him from his vacation resort; he just released more terrorists in Saudi Arabia because he’s not committed to safety; the southern border is porous because of policies like the DREAM Act; and he went ahead and had a White House celebration yesterday to laud the success of a a few DREAMers, ignoring the criminal ones. What he does care about is the militant arm of LGBTQ and he is committed to it.

Mr. Obama is drawing up a new executive order to make it impossible to not hire LGBTs. LGBTs should not be discriminated against, however, how will Obama define “discrimination” or how will it be defined by the courts and his government agencies since they all legislate illegally?

My problem with this is he is violating constitutional law by circumventing congress and writing legislation and congress is letting him do it.

Obama, the first gay president, if you ignore President Buchanan, declared June LGBT month. LGBTs are starting to add the “Q” for Queer, making it LGBTQ month but he hasn’t yet. There is also LGBTQA with the “A” standing for Ally.

Embassies are now raising rainbow flags just below the US flag on some embassies.

Obama is drawing equivalence between pride in one’s country to pride in one’s sexual proclivities. This doesn’t raise the value of being LGBTQ, it lowers the value of the US flag. LGBTs aren’t a country.

Obama’s goal of establishing a radical homosexual agenda can be seen in many ways, but flags are probably the most noticeable.

The rainbow flag denoting homosexuality is now being placed just under the US flag as if it were its own country. We are the USA of Gay, like it or not.

Gay Pride Week saw the rainbow flag fly over the US Embassy of Tel Aviv.

us flag over rainbow at US embassy in Israel

The US embassy at the Vatican wanted the Vatican to celebrate LGBT Day with them.

US embassy at the Vatican

It was flown over the US embassy in Madrid for International Family Day in May. Embassies ignored Armed Forces Day.

rainbow flag in Madrid


We flew it in Paraguay

At least Rep. Darrel Issa remembered it was Armed Forces Day.


Sen. Ted Cruz remembered also:

Last September, we flew the flag over the embassy in Uruguay to honor the first gay marriage.

The US ambassador to the Dominican has a husband and he has the embassy fan page flying the rainbow flag.

To mark the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO), the U.S. Embassy in Tallinn on May 17 displayed the rainbow flag on the Embassy building at Kentmanni 20, Tallinn.

The US embassy in Nicosia celebrated IDAHO.

Rainbow flag hoisted at US Consulate General

To commemorate Stockholm Pride 2013, the U.S. Embassy in Sweden flew the rainbow flag beneath the American flag, according to a post on the Embassy’s Facebook page.

Mark Brzezinski, the U.S. ambassador to Sweden, said for him it was about love.


May and June 2013, the US Consulate Shenyang and Local Partners Flew the Rainbow Flag across Northeast China.

The Northeast China Pride Festival has quickly grown to become one of the largest in China since it was first held in 2011. The U.S. Consulate in Shenyang has collaborated with local LGBT groups to organize the annual festival since its inception. This year’s festival theme was “Flying the Rainbow Flag,” and for the first time, organizers took photos of participants proudly flying the most recognized of LGBT symbols at major public sites in five of northeast China’s major cities.

That’s how your tax dollars are being spent – to promote LGBT around the world.

Consu General Stein

Consul General Stein with the flag

Then there is Bratislava and Slovakia: The US Embassy in Bratislava flew a rainbow flag and issued along with 19 other embassies the Representation of the European Commission in Slovakia in a joint statement supporting Rainbow PRIDE Bratislava 2013, the TASR newswire wrote.

“By flying this rainbow flag, the US Embassy in Bratislava is symbolically demonstrating our support and commitment to rights that I know Slovakia also supports and protects,” US Ambassador Theodore Sedgwick said in a video message on the Internet.

What do you think? Are they a country? Heterosexuals might want to start flying their own flag to get equal time.

Gay USA flag