Friday, September 19, 2008

Brad Pitt's Homosexual Activism Peaks with $100,000 Donation against Authentic Marriage Amendment

cross-posted from A Catholic View

Another "celebrity" injects himself into politics and passes himself off as an expert on the issues.


Brad Pitt, an actor who for many epitomizes the lack of commitment to marriage, has once again taken a shot at marriage as the union of one man and one woman with a major donation to homosexual 'marriage' activists. Pitt announced yesterday that he is donating $100,000 to fight California's Proposition 8, a measure on the November ballot that would enable California voters to retain the definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

Pitt has a history of promoting homosexual activism since breaking up with former wife Jennifer Aniston in 2005 after five years of marriage. His trysts with actress Angelina Jolie were reported prior to his divorce from Aniston. In 2006, while living with Jolie he announced that they would not marry until homosexual 'marriage' was permitted in the United States. In an Esquire article in October 2006 Pitt wrote, "Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able." That sounds more like an excuse for them to not marry.

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3 comments:

Julie D. said...

I'm not sure what this has to do with reviewing media? ... unless it's the media in which the report appeared ... :-)

Ben S. said...

Just the thought of Brokeback Mountain makes me sick. Blowing 100k on promotion for homo activism is a huge waste of money, and could be used for hundreds of worthy causes. Honestly I would rather flush that money down the toilet than see it being used for homo activism.

נα∂ε said...

I'm a huge gay supporter, so I agree heavily with gay marriage. We can't follow EVERYTHING the Bible has to say; so it says homosexuality is a sin. It also says divorce is a sin, and millions of Americans get divorced every day. Men had several wives back in the Bible's times.
Love is love, period. There's nothing wrong with it. If they love each other, they should be allowed to be married, and have the same rights as heterosexuals.