Did you read Archies comics when you were a kid?
typical of things I first owned when I was a Cub Scout.
But the numerous variations on the comic series featuring "Archie Andrews" -which began in 1941- were pure teenage America, always fun and taken as whole delivered a positive message. After some honest and probing self-analysis, I'd even have to say that my youthful crush on Veronica could be the origin of a lifelong preference for brunettes (hey, she was hot!).
The traditional-style Archies comic book series is still published actually- and while I have no way of knowing what demographic they pull nowadays, I first read these things when I was about eight years old.
Therefore it's safe to assume that's the kind of little kids that will be soaking-up the radical gay agenda theme they're now peddling both in-print and online... and in one little corner of our (under siege) culture you might have thought to be safe from such ceaseless propaganda.
Recent issues feature The Archies' new openly gay character "Kevin Keller", who dubuted in 2010 as a new kid-in-town. Seems Veronica was hot for him from the day one, yet he oddly showed no interest in the raven-haired comic goddess.
Now a year later, they're marrying him off to his black boyfriend...
|"Note the military uniform, making this |
celebration of interracial sodomy the
perfect expression of political correctness"
For some reason, the left-wing nuts that run the Archie empire are looking to have a whole different sort of effect on boys reading Archies comics today than learning to appreciate the ever-hot Betty and Veronica as we did in my time...
is this really necessary?
So be sure not miss the special #OWS double-issue boys-n-girls, now in kiddie book-store sections nationwide... maybe next week 'Jughead' can put together an after-school athiests' club, wouldn't that be neat... Archies gay comic