gleeComplain, complain, complain:

“This is Ryan Murphy’s (creator of “Glee”) latest depraved initiative to promote his gay agenda,” Dan Gainor, vice president for Business and Culture at Media Research Center, told ABC News.

The Fox show on Tuesday was centered around Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” – or what Glee club leader Will Schuester called the queen of self-love’s anthem to acceptance. The “assignment” this week for the New Directions students was accepting who they are – “the best and worst parts” – including their nose (Rachel), trouty mouth (Sam), slanted brown eyes (Tina), and homosexuality (Kurt, Santana, and Karofsky).

Yeah, what an “agenda.” Lots of gay kids in an extremely talented high school glee club has no bearing on reality whatsoever.

Calling McKinley High the “gayest high school in the history of mankind, Gainor told ABC, “This is clearly Ryan Murphy’s vision of what growing up should be, not most of America’s. It’s a high school most parents would not want to send their kids too.”

When he’s not busy telling kids to get off his lawn, Gainor should visit a public high school sometime, because gay kids are coming out younger and younger and it’s indeed becoming quite common for there to be lots of out gay kids, yes, in high school. So that’s the wingnut “Dan Gainor.” Let’s see how another wingnut is feeling about the television show featuring musical numbers and positive messages:

“We are not ‘slaves to our biology’ unless we choose to make ourselves so by believing it to be the case,” said Chuck Colson, a prominent evangelical and founder of Prison Fellowship Ministries, in an earlier commentary.

“[S]aying that biology is somehow normative is not the same thing as saying that is determinative. We are free to choose how we behave, both for good and for ill.”

Is the felon conceding that homosexuality is biological in origin? What’s that sound? Oh yes, the sound of fundamentalist wingnuts moving the goalposts, yet again. One more wingnut:

Lane Palmer of Dare 2 Share Ministries noted that the only way everyone was born was as fallen, sinful beings. Fortunately, that sinful life can be redeemed.

“Lady Gaga might sing about a sinful lifestyle being the design God had for her, but I promise you He (God) has something infinitely better for her, and you, and me,” he said.

Yes, please continue to make yourself feel better about your boring life by attempting to put yourself up on a morally superior pedestal over Lady GaGa. Tell yourself that your notion of a deity has better plans for, um, Lady GaGa, if only she would abandon her success to become a wingnut. That will work.

Maybe wingnuts should just stop watching the television.