The American Family Association has put together a new video. I think they mean it to sound frightening, but the blurb on their website somehow doesn't quite strike fear in my heart. Check it out:
Residents of the small Arkansas town of Eureka Springs noticed the homosexual community was growing. But they felt no threat. They went about their business as usual. Then, one day, they woke up to discover that their beloved Eureka Springs, a community which was known far and wide as a center for Christian entertainment--had changed. The City Council had been taken over by a small group of homosexual activists.Not scared yet? AFA isn't finished. They up the crazy a bit.
The Eureka Springs they knew is gone. It is now a national hub for homosexuals. Eureka Springs is becoming the San Francisco of Arkansas.Aaaaahhhh! Not the San Francisco of Arkansas!
City Council member Joyce Zeller said the city will now be promoted, not as a Christian resort, but a city “selling peace, relaxation, history and sex.”Now this statement actually does disturb me. I wouldn't want to live in a community known as a hotspot for promiscuity. So I watched the trailer for the video, thinking the might have some intense footage that would raise my blood pressure.
Um, no. Check out the trailer for yourself. There's something about the narrator's
"kindly old man" voice that just doesn't strike fear in my heart. Furthermore, the only footage they offer is of old Christians who are saying indignant things about gay people vacationing in their city. But there are no videos of Folsom Street Fairs in the middle of Eureka. Just some footage of a few people in pink hats.
Yawn. Well, order your copy today. Or, as the AFA website says in boldface, red text:
Special Offer! Save over 33%! Order a 5 pack and put this vital information in the hands of your local officials, pastors and other community leaders.Something tells me supplies won't be running out any time soon. "5 pack"s? Seriously, folks. Who buys videos in a 5 pack?