As I watch 100,000 people pile together shouting, "Gay, Straight, Black, White: Marriage is a Civil Right," begging to be allowed by law to participate in a life of homosexual behavior, I am impressed by how desensitized we have come as a society. When I get despondent and feel that the voice of life in our American culture is threatened by what seems to be an avalanche of desensitization and death, I remember Gov. Sarah Palin appearing out of nowhere with uncanny political and leadership skills and a message of God and love. And, I remember how violently I protested â€“ like the 100,000 â€“ for "my RIGHTS!" to freely participate in homosexual activity without any reminder of a conscience only a few years ago.